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US
USUS 33rpm LPArt from US catalogue
Come Talk To Me
Love To Be Loved
Blood Of Eden
Steam
Only Us
Washing Of The Water
Digging In The Dirt
Fourteen Black Paintings
Kiss That Frog
Secret World

US

£8.00£14.99

Released 27 September 1992

US is the second of Peter’s trilogy of two-letter-word titled albums and it is available here on CD and heavyweight 2LP.

The 2LP release is Half-Speed Remastered and cut to lacquers at 33rpm.

The vinyl was cut by Matt Colton at Alchemy Mastering, mastered by Tony Cousins at Metropolis and overseen by Peter’s main sound engineer Richard Chappell.

Sleeve artwork and inner bags as per the original vinyl release.

The vinyl LP album also contains a download card with a choice of digital download (Hi-Res 24bit/96k or 16bit/44.1k).

“It has been heart warming to see the return of vinyl. Even though I loved being free of its limitations in the digital world, there is still a warmth and presence to vinyl that somehow makes it a more natural human companion. It is great to see a new generation learning the secrets of the grooves” – Peter Gabriel

** Whilst stocks of Art From US last, all purchasers of US on vinyl will also receive a free copy of the Art From US catalogue – details here**

US, which was released six years after the phenomenally successful So, was, at that time, arguably Peter’s most personal record yet as he stepped into the confessional to explore and dissect many of the relationship issues he was then experiencing. But US is far from just being bleakly introspective featuring several songs that have gone on to be amongst the most cherished in the Gabriel songbook.

The album also continued the now well-established Gabriel motif of mixing high technology with decidedly analogue contributions from musicians from West Africa, Egypt and Armenia. Reunited with Daniel Lanois as co-producer, Peter extends the hand of collaboration to Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones, Brian Eno, Peter Hammill and Sinead O’Connor.

“Although US was not nearly as big a seller as So, I’m pleased that it is now getting better regarded, with hindsight, and I think it has some of my best songs on it.”

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