Peter's third solo album saw him break wide open with the his biggest hit "Cuts You Up" which is often included in lists of the greatest alternative singles. Propelling him into mainstream stardom, Deep also had two additional fantastic charting singles - "The Line Between the Devil's Teeth (And That Which Cannot Be Repeat)," "Cuts You Up" and "A Strange Kind of Love." Again produced by Simon Rogers, the critically acclaimed album is still a fan favorite.
Beggars Arkive is excited to announce vinyl reissues for all five Peter Murphy solo releases on Beggars Banquet, plus the release of a brand new rarities album titled The Last And Only Star. Each album is pressed on colored vinyl, and the pressings are limited. The albums will be released in a series of three beginning in April.
Peter Murphy's solo career began in 1986 with the release of Should The World Fail To Fall Apart and continues to this day. In addition to his work as the frontman of the legendary and groundbreaking Bauhaus, he has released ten solo albums, in addition to several live releases. Over the last few years, he staged several multi-night residencies where he performed a different album each night. He also recently reunited with his Bauhaus bandmates for shows.
...Deep showed Murphy balancing mass appeal and his own distinct art with perfection.
- Limited Edition
- Clear Vinyl
- Deep Ocean Vast Sea
- Crystal Wrists
- Marlene Dietrich's Favourite Poem
- Seven Veils
- The Line Between The Devils Teeth (And That Which Cannot Be Repeat)
- Cuts You Up
- A Strange Kind Of Love (Version One)
- Roll Call