Ride's 'Nowhere' to Receive 20th Anniversary Treatment

by Joseph Fisher

8 December 2010

 

Yes, World, there is a Santa Claus, and this year, he can bring you an expanded version of Ride’s classic debut album Nowhere! Out on December 21, the anniversary edition adds the Today Forever EP to the original record, while also adding a second disc of live material from 1991. Ride’s music has always seemed to go well with cold gray March days, but I suppose winter is an appropriate time for this release, what with all the snow and polar bears.

Topics: ride | shoegaze
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