Processed released on Tunetribe

12 Jun 2007
Gabrielles Wish have finally released their lost debut studio album on Tunetribe, after 10 years in which it has remained unreleased.
Processed, produced by Chris Nagle (Martin Hannett's sound engineer) was meant to follow the first two EPs and the live tape Live And Bobbins, released on Manchester Records, the label of New Order's manager Rob Gretton. An initial delay in the release became a decade when Rob Gretton died in 1999 and the label transformed into Pleasure Records and tried to venture in the electronica field (as can be heard on Manchester Suite) before dissolving. Now with Tunetribe Gabrielles Wish finally have the chance to make available an amazing collection of songs, as hard, dark and powerful as anything on the first EPs, produced by Nagle as well.
Each track (top quality MP3 files at 320 Kbps with no DRM restrictions) is priced £1.00, but the whole album (11 tracks) is priced only £ 7.99!

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