The English shoegaze band Slowdive formed in 1989 and primarily consisted of Nick Chaplin (bass), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar), Christian Savill (guitar) and the band's primary songwriter Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar). Souvlaki is Slowdive's second studio album, originally released in 1993. It's considered as one of the best Shoegaze albums of all time but didn't receive much credit during its release. The album contains synthesizer contributions from Brian Eno on "Sing" (which he co-wrote) and "Here She Comes". It's just perfect in all terms, such as the wonderful tunes, captivating lyrics, and the excellent covert art.
Souvlaki is available as a limited edition of 4000 individually numbered copies on transparent & black (smoke-colored) swirled vinyl. The package includes an insert and the cover jacket has a special alubursh finish.
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Jacket with special alubrush finish
Number 2 - Pitchfork's 50 Best Shoegaze Albums of All Time
Includes "When The Sun Hits", "Alison" & "Sing" featuring Brian Eno
Limited edition of 4000 individually numbered copies on transparent & black (smoke-coloured) swirled vinyl