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Martin Creed

LOVE TO YOU

The Vinyl Factory / Telephone Records / Moshi Moshi

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LOVE TO YOU  is a collection of 18 love and hate songs from MARTIN CREED. With a total running time of less than 40 minutes not a second is wasted.

From the spitting vitriol of FUCK OFF to the heartfelt title track LOVE TO YOU, this is an album of short, sharp, funny yet touching songs delivered by MARTIN CREED and his band, described by The Guardian as "like something between Steve Reich and The Ramones."

Hand crafted by The Vinyl Factory, this edition has been mastered for vinyl and includes a super glossy cover, full colour inner sleeve, heavyweight 180-gram vinyl and exclusive oversized poster.

Product Details:

* Mastered for vinyl
* Pressed on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl on the EMI 1400
* Super glossy outer sleeve
* Full colour inner sleeve
* Exclusive glossy oversized poster of the album cover image

Available to order exclusively now from The Vinyl Factory.

For MARTIN CREED there is no difference between making music and making art. He is perhaps best known for winning the Turner Prize for Work No.227 “The lights going on and off” and like his art, his music may be disarmingly simple but it makes an immediate impact.

Work No. 1197 “All the bells in a country rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes” has been commissioned to herald the start of the London Olympics on 27 July 2012.



VINYL TRACK LISTING:

SIDE A

00H (0.30)
THINKING/NOT THINKING  (1.53)
1234 (0.32)
LOVE TO YOU (4.11)
DIE (2.48)
I CAN'T MOVE (3.31)
ALPHABET (2.37)
WORDS (1.03)
BE NATURAL (1.29)

SIDE B

I CAN'T STOP THINKING ABOUT YOU (2.27)
FEELING BROWN (3.00)
FUCK OFF (1.05)
WHERE YOU GO (1.05)
I DON'T KNOW WHAT I WANT (2.12)
NOTHING NOTHING (2.16)
WHAT'S THE POINT OF IT? (1.18)
YOU'RE THE ONE FOR ME (4.07)
AAH (0.27)
"Like something between Steve Reich and The Ramones."
The Guardian
For MARTIN CREED there is no difference between making music and making art. He is perhaps best known for winning the Turner Prize for Work No.227 “The lights going on and off” and like his art, his music may be disarmingly simple but it makes an immediate impact. 

Work No. 1197 “All the bells in a country rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes” has been commissioned to herald the start of the London Olympics on 27 July 2012.