The Cult's classic second album reissued by Beggars Arkive.
Originally released in 1985, Love was their breakthrough and produced several singles including “Rain”, “Revolution” and the timeless anthem “She Sells Sanctuary”.
The album eventually defined their career, but at the time, it flew in the face of everything that was going on in music. Their previous album, the moody and psychedelic Dreamtime, gathered plenty of critical praise, but they made a decision to take a complete left turn for the follow-up.
"Proof that instinct and conviction are far more powerful and worthwhile artistic tools than cynicism or puritanical tyranny, Love continues to resonate because it dared to be a balls-out British rock album at a time when such values were routinely viewed with suspicion. Above all, Love is an album of great and ageless songs played by one of the greatest bands of this or any age."