A Gilded Eternity

Release date
22 Feb 1990
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
55:49

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Vapour 6:07 6,022
2 Afterglow 5:09 5,975
3 The Nail Will Burn 4:29 6,876
4 Blood 5:27 4,554
5 Breathe Into Me 4:37 4,673
6 From Centre to Wave 6:01 4,768
7 Be Here Now 9:28 4,179
8 Shot With a Diamond 5:16 3,476
9 The Nail Will Burn (Burn Out) 4:49 3,069
10 Arc-lite (Sonar) 4:26 4,022

About this album

The band changed labels to Beggars Banquet subsidiary Situation Two and released the ‘Arc-Lite’ single in 1989, and the third and final studio album, A Gilded Eternity, in 1990.

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  • PitFiend

    Excellent album. I'll throw in with the (all too small) crowd that believes this is Loop's best work.[4]

    12 Nov 2014 Reply
  • interhole

    africa

    18 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Hypnaswan

    The best!!!

    17 Nov 2012 Reply
  • ygmarchi

    Actually it's one of my favourite records, period. It's like VSpike says. When I bought it back then in 1991 (or 92) I didn't fall in love with it. It was too cold, repulsive. This record never tries to please you, it never winks. But year after year it has grown in stature and now I consider it really a great accomplishment. It doesn't love you, but you can love it.

    10 Mar 2012 Reply
  • ygmarchi

    Excellent album. I'll throw in with the (all too small) crowd that believes this is Loop's best work. [3]

    10 Mar 2012 Reply
  • Supernaut84

    Excellent album. I'll throw in with the (all too small) crowd that believes this is Loop's best work. [2]

    16 Jun 2011 Reply
  • XMD5a8000

    Excellent album. I'll throw in with the (all too small) crowd that believes this is Loop's best work.

    26 Mar 2011 Reply
  • pharma_joe

    No doubt shout it out

    7 Jan 2011 Reply
  • pintal

    Shout No Doubt

    12 Dec 2010 Reply
  • eyesaresmiles

    Fair enough. The original had the best production values of the lot anyhow i thought. I just think it sounds like they'd run out of ideas. Heaven's End is the real classic for me, though the Collision EP is tremendous. But each to their own and all that.

    14 Oct 2010 Reply
  • VSpike

    @Eyesaresmiles - I think when I first heard it back then I'd have agreed with you, but as time passed it's the one that's grown on me more and more until it became my favourite. I just got the remaster today and it sounds even better.

    10 Sep 2010 Reply
  • eyesaresmiles

    For me this was the moment it became clear they had passed their peak. Some great moments but mostly more of the same only less.

    10 Jun 2010 Reply
  • caleb_core

    Well said my friend.

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • VSpike

    What? No shouts for Gilded Eternity? People, come on! This is a seminal album, one of the greats from a great, under-appreciated band. This was their finest moment before they burned up. If you haven't heard this album yet, then make sure you change that.

    12 Apr 2010 Reply

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