℗ 1987 Mute Records, a BMG company
Released April 12, 2024
Duration 36m 40s
Record Label Mute
Genre Alternative (Rock)
 

Get Lost (Don't Lie! / 2024 Remaster)

These Immortal Souls

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1.1
Marry Me (Lie! Lie! / 2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
4:49
1.2
Hide (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
3:48
1.3
Hey! Little Child (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
3:06
1.4
These Immortal Souls (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
7:58
1.5
I Ate the Knife (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
4:57
1.6
"Blood and Sand" She Said (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
4:19
1.7
One in Shadow, One in Sun (2024 Remaster)
These Immortal Souls
7:43
Mute presents These Immortal Souls’ first full- length album, Get Lost (Don’t Lie!), remastered on digital formats. Finally re-released after 35 years, remastered from the original tapes at legendary Birdland Studio by Lindsay Gravina and original These Immortal Souls members Harry Howard and Genevieve McGuckin. This is available alongside the 2024 remaster edition of their second album, I’m Never Gonna Die Again, and EXTRA, a brand new album including unearthed live ecordings and remastered cover tracks from across their career. The 30-minute LP, Get Lost (Don’t Lie!), was originally released at the end of 1987 following the band’s debut EP, Marry Me, on the American underground label SST. The band consisted of Australian-born Rowland S. Howard, who rose to prominence as Nick Cave’s collaborator in the Birthday Party, his bass-playing brother Harry Howard, drummer Epic Soundtracks (formerly of Swell Maps and Jacobites), and keyboardist Genevieve McGuckin. They came together in 1987, after Soundtracks and the Howard brothers split from Crime & the City Solution and were joined by McGuckin to form These Immortal Souls in London.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mute Studio Masters

Tracks 1-7 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source Track 1 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.17
-0.30 to -0.04
-11.34
-12.91 to -10.60
-7.84
-9.70 to -6.70
6
5 to 9
1
Marry Me (Lie! Lie! / 2024 Remaster)
0.00-10.88-7.46
2
Hide (2024 Remaster)
0.00-10.69-7.86
3
Hey! Little Child (2024 Remaster)
-0.30-10.60-6.85
4
These Immortal Souls (2024 Remaster)
0.00-12.42-9.07
5
I Ate the Knife (2024 Remaster)
0.00-12.91-9.79
6
"Blood and Sand" She Said (2024 Remaster)
-0.04-10.61-6.75
7
One in Shadow, One in Sun (2024 Remaster)
0.00-11.28-7.57

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