Sunday, January 20, 2013

Glorious Din - Leading Stolen Horses LP

Got a request to post the first album of Glorious Din. Previously posted on the dormant Fritz Die Spinne blog more than 5 years ago but the link is dead. Ripped my own copy. Worth to re-post I guess.
Really great postpunk sound on this album. Eric Cope has a similar voice as Ian Curtis.
For more info and comments of ex-members, I direct you to the original post on Fritz Die Spinne. They were talking of compiling and reissuing Glorious Din material but nothing happened yet.
An early version of 'Water From The Temple' and an unreleased elsewhere track can be found on the 'Numb Tongue No Taste' comp. tape.

Leading Stolen Horses LP (Insight-R 41585-1985)
1. Tenement Roofs
2. Pallet On The Floor
3. Arrival
4. Cello Tape
5. Sixth Pillar
6. Leading Stolen Horses
7. Water From The Temple
8. Insects

Leading Stolen Horses (320)

Leading Stolen Horses (FLAC)


Anonymous said...

There is a White vynil cover version of this album online to sell... you know if it's an official one? or is a pirate one? Thanks in advance. Erick.

Curious Guy said...

Don't think that this record has been bootlegged before, so maybe there is a white vinyl version.

frankie teardrop said...

there are definitely two pressings. i have a copy with a white cover.

VauIt said...

You share so much wonderful stuff, thanks!

Roetoes said...

Thank you. Great album.

Anonymous said...

hello could you please re-up s-hate & twisted nerve posts? it would mean the world to me :)

heres something back at you.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this! --Kyrsten

Curious Guy said...

New links for S-Haters and Twisted Nerve. Enjoy!
Hi Kyrsten, enjoy this one.

Anonymous said...

thanx! may recommend a finnish band called SIELUN VELJET. three first records are some of the best post punk records ever. vinyls shouldnt be hard to come by.

Anonymous said...

wow, another nice post-punk band. thanks for uploading. Zippyshare rocks, I got the album in about 1 minute.

Unknown said...

Here is a link to a complete live Glorious Din show from 1986:

The white cover version is the second pressing of Leading Stolen Horses and was released shortly after the first pressing. There were 1,000 copies of each version made. A large number of the first pressing were distributed to college radio stations.

form_d_k said...

I think the albums no longer there. Could you re-up?

p.s. Really, really enjoy your blog!

Curious Guy said...

New links. Enjoy!