Mary Goes Round- Sunset LP/CD

A few years ago, I featured French psychedelic-tinged coldwave band Mary Goes Round’s second LP, the killer 70 Suns In the Sky. A few folks asked for their debut LP, but it must have slipped my mind for all these years, so this post will hopefully rectify this obvious oversight. As an added bonus, I’ve included the CD issue of Sunset, complete with five bonus tracks that follow the original 12” LP.

Interested parties can read up a bit more about the band here, if you missed the original post. Otherwise, here’s the info for this otherwise essential debut from one of the coldwave movement’s best bands:

Mary Goes Round- Sunset LP/CD
1. Mary Sleeps Alone
2. Dark Times
3. The Night
4. The Promised Land
5. The Great Desire
6. Sunset
7. Teardrops Again
8. The Nightmare
9. Mary In The Sky
10. On The Sea
11. The Shelter
12. Another Sunset

*download it here*

EDIT- First track of original zip was corruped. This has been remedied!

8 Responses to “Mary Goes Round- Sunset LP/CD”

  1. September Says:

    This band is quite good! The only prob is the first track; it's not working, says it's corrupt. I'm not sure if others have had the same issue. Just thought I let you know.
    Thanks for posting this btw!

  2. frankie teardrop Says:

    thanks for the head's up- all should be fixed now!

  3. englishfog Says:

    nice post, thanx

  4. favorite coldwave act next to asylum party. Very well written music.

  5. Slow Pulse Girl Says:

    Wunderbär!!!
    I've been looking for this one.

    Vielen Dank 😀

  6. rgratzer Says:

    Man, this album's great. Thanks a lot.

    This blog is opening up worlds to me.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    Wow! Just stumbled on this now and must say I'm REALLY enjoying it! Thank you for sharing!

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Ha-I bought this lp on vinyl when I was on holiday in France in the early 1990s. First time to listen to it in about 15 years. To me this is like the missing link between the Sisters' Body and Soul EP and their debut album FALAA. And IMHO far better than MGR's own 70SITS LP. Really really good.

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