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Mojave 3 - Ask Me Tomorrow herunterladen Darsteller: Mojave 3
Titel: Ask Me Tomorrow
Stil: Folk Rock, Indie Rock
Etikett: Sonic Cathedral Recordings
# Cat: SCR073LP
Freigegeben: 12 May 2017
Land: UK
FLAC album: 1892 mb
MP3 album: 1574 mb
Bewertung: 4.9
Genre: Rock


2After All
Cello – Audrey RileyGuitar – Simon Rowe
3Tomorrow's Taken
Cello – Audrey Riley
Guitar – Simon Rowe
5Love Songs On The Radio5:48
6Where Is The Love4:38
7You're Beautiful
Cello – Audrey Riley
8Candle Song 35:26


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAD 5013Mojave 3 Ask Me Tomorrow ‎(LP, Album)4ADCAD 5013UK1995
#4-46084Mojave Ask Me Tomorrow ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)4AD#4-46084US1995
GAD 5013Mojave 3 Ask Me Tomorrow ‎(CD, Album, RE)4ADGAD 5013US1999
170.5013.20Mojave 3 Ask Me Tomorrow ‎(CD, Album)4AD170.5013.20Belgium1995
9 46084-2Mojave 3 Ask Me Tomorrow ‎(CD, Album)4AD9 46084-2US1996


  • Design [Designed By]Chris Bigg , Vaughan Oliver
  • DrumsIan McCutcheon
  • EngineerLaura Bouisseau (tracks: A2, A3, B2), Paul Tipler (tracks: A4, B3, B5)
  • GuitarNeil Halstead
  • PercussionIan McCutcheon
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Colin Gray
  • Photography By [Portraits]Mike Folliot
  • PianoChristopher Andrews
  • ProducerMojave 3, Paul Tipler
  • VocalsNeil Halstead, Rachel Goswell
  • Written-ByNeil Halstead


Cover art repurposed in a shiny gold mirror board sleeve. Contains a printed black & white inner sleeve with lyrics as in the original release.

Limited to 500 copies.


  • Barcode (sticker): 5 055300 391773


  • Recorded At – EMI Publishing Studios
  • Recorded At – Blackwing Studios



Ask Me Tomorrow - Mojave 3. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 1996 9 Songs. Ask Me Tomorrow. Mojave 3. Alternative 1996. Me Tomorrow is the debut album by Mojave 3, released by 4AD on 16 October 1995 in the UK and on 16 January 1996 in the US. The album was released roughly eight months after the release of Pygmalion, the third studio album by Mojave 3 founders Neil Halstead, Rachel Goswell, and Ian McCutcheon's previous band Slowdive. While recording Pygmalion, Neil Halstead began simultaneously writing more acoustic-based songs inspired by folk musicians in stark opposition to the ambient electronica of. From the Mojave 3 album Ask Me Tomorrow. Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell had a much different idea in mind, though, and Ask Me Tomorrow, though even further away from Slowdive's shoegaze beginnings, is just as intoxicatingly intriguing. Arguably it remains the group's high point, flashes of inspiration here and there as the band grew more straightforwardly authentic and less swathed in an aural cocoon, much of their uniqueness went with them. Listen free to Mojave 3 Ask Me Tomorrow Love Songs on the Radio, Sarah and more. 9 tracks 41:09. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. Unfortunately, to my ears, this album just feels dull, flat, and lacking in the qualities that later made Mojave 3 so great. To make matters worse, the band cannot carve out an identity of their own at this early stage, settling instead for a second rate Mazzy Star. Later on the group would correct this by writing more lively songs, allowing Ian McCutcheon to use actual drum sticks instead of brushes, and turning to Mark Van Hoen of Seefeel to indulge their more adventurous side. Band Name Mojave 3. Album Name Ask Me Tomorrow. Type Album. Released date 1995. Labels 4AD Records. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album1. Love Songs on the Radio. Tomorrow's Taken. Candle Song 3. You're Beautiful. Where Is the Love. Mojave 3 Format: Audio CD. This is Mojave 3's first album, or more accurately the first album from Neil Halstead and company since they recorded Pygmalion under the name Slowdive. As such, the songs on this album provide an interesting transition between their Slowdive work and their later Mojave 3 work. The songs are kind of folksy, and there is an emphasis on accoustic instruments, but there is still some of the old ethereal droning sounds left over from their Slowdive wall-of-sound days. Released 1995. Ask Me Tomorrow Tracklist

Kommentare: (35)
Sound terrible. all combine with no stage at all. Why you do this? This is a nice album.
I have the original press. This is an absolute craptastic pressing in comparison. Tinny and hollow-sounding with no low-end, compared to the much warmer and tonally-perfect original master. Not sure who remastered this but it's another let-down from the much-maligned Sonic Cathedral label.
the sound quality is not bad. wish the cardboard could be thicker tho...
I Pre-ordered this one on Amazon but when the date of shipping arrived it suddenly wasn't in stock anymore. Also a big fuck you to all the flippers pre-ordering a 20 euro record and re-selling it for 100 euro.
I would never pre-order something this limited on amazon. Not surprised at all Amazon couldn't fulfill the orders.
Same with my Amazon order. The problem is Sonic Cathedral never had any plan to supply Amazon with this LP. Amazon should take the blame. They put it on website without confirming anything with sonic cathedral. 200 of 500 were sold on Sonic Cathetral website earlier in April and the rest 300 were supplied to record stores on release day. So Amazon gets 0
My copy arrived today, it's beautiful! Nice job Sonic Cathedral! :)
Very nice release..beautiful glossy cover and pressing is far better than color issues nova days. Recommended!
***DO NOT BUY***I email Nat from Sonic Cathedral to ask a few questions regarding this 500ltd release......So as it goes, Sonic Cathedral where only licenced for a run of 500.According to Nat, 4AD will be repressing the complete Mojave 3 back catalogue, at some point.So, if you can, I would suggest not lining these scalpers pockets. Just sit tight and wait for the 4AD represses to be released.Lets stand up to these vinyl scalpers, who are destroying our much loved format!!Happy Days, Lee.
fire dancer
good news, though I wish I read it before I bought this ;_;
Maybe. Maybe not. RHP for example: were at that time also not successfully. More important: Mojave 3 records came out when vinyl was dead. This will be the reason for a vinyl box set. The originals came out in a low quantity
I'd be surprised if there was a boxset. While there might be a few collectors with Mojave 3-shaped holes in their collections, both Lush and RHP were big bands with a lot more essential (and consistent) output than Mojave 3, who were marginal and largely unpopular throughout their post-Slowdive career. I'm not sure there's a real demand, even in the clammy-browed coloured-bits-of-plastic-obsessed collector-nerd fraternity for a Mojave 3 boxset.
Actually I was already awaiting a 4ad box to rsd 2017. Like the 2 years before presented in a white cardboard box by Lush and Red house painters.....I will bet, this will happen with mojave 3 too......
Good news to hear! I have the original, but this is such a lovely record I would certainly shell out for the repress. Not to the tune of 100 USD though!Kind Regards, Brian
That's very helpful news, thank you. Will just have to wait.
There's a guy on eBay who appears to be flogging about ten. How did he do that when it says strictly one copy per person?
might be a shop or distro owner who picked them up at wholesale.
anyone who has it knows about the sound quality?I have the 1995 version and this reissue is still on the way here. Just curious and worried about the Sonic Cathedral release as i have read about some negative reviews about other releases on this label.
Pretty much as expected then. Appearance over sound. A shame but not uncommon.
No it's not poly-lined, feels pretty scratchy when popping it back in its sleeve as it goes.
Is the sleeve poly-lined? GZ ship test pressings in poly-lined inners avoiding most of the issues with their standard, tight and static-prone printed inners. Client thinks all well and sells them unaware.
Light out of Fildon
Contacted and told 'the test pressing sounded fantastic'. Not very good on this occasion then!
Have you contacted the label? They're normally pretty good. Think that probably confirms done through GZ.
That's a good point. They have used GZ a lot in the past and they're not known for doing novelty colour pressings particularly well.
For f*ck's sake this isn't even officially out yet and already there's flippers?
The vultures are wasting no time gouging for this one...already going for $100+ and it's not even officially released yet.
Only 500 copies? Is it a joke? I don't understand why a lot of reissues have to be strictly limited these days. Limited editions are okay, in a way, but at least make a normal copy also...
and it is already sold out at source... why they only made so few of such a desired and beautiful sounding (and looking!) album I will never know...already being sold on Ebay in the US for $120 and upwards. LAME.
Someone is going to be rich, the rest is left bitter
I believe the majority of copies (300/500) are for retail outlets but you have my sympathy for the task of getting one! Sonic Cathedral stated that 500 copies was all they could afford to do, for various reasons. Wonder if different licensing costs kicked in above that number? Could easily have sold over 500.
Is this a official repress from the original master, or is this a bootleg from the commercial CD?
I did, and they did not answer that specific question.
Pressed from what source? The original master or the commercial cd?