Pale Saints – The Comforts of Madness

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  • The first ever U.S. release of The Comforts Of Madness on vinyl, the way it was meant to be heard.
  • First time on vinyl in the US
  • Remastered for vinyl for the first time in over two decades
  • Pressed on high quality, European vinyl

The Comforts of Madness, the band’s debut studio album, was released in 1990. It proved to be their most successful and critically acclaimed record, reaching the top 40 of the UK Albums Chart. An ambitious sound that remains unique right to this day, Ian Masters and the crew successfully merged dream pop with rather gentle shoegaze. The album includes a cover of Opal’s, “Fell From the Sun”, and was produced by John Fryer and Gil Norton.

All Music calls the album a “brilliant example of insular, adventurous, and charmingly flawed noise pop,” which “sticks out from the remainder of the 4AD roster as well as the remainder of the then-current scene.”

Remastered for vinyl for the first time in over two decades, this record is pressed on high quality, European vinyl. This is first ever U.S. release of The Comforts Of Madness on vinyl, the way it was meant to be heard.