No Place to Go (song)

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"No Place to Go"
A warped black and blue image of four musicians. White lowercase text above reads "my bloody valentine".
Single by My Bloody Valentine
from the album Geek!
B-side "Moonlight"
Released 1985 (1985)
Format 7"
Recorded October 1985 (1985-10) at Silent Studio in London, United Kingdom
Genre Post-punk
Length 3:20
Label Fever
Writer(s) David Conway, Kevin Shields
Producer(s) My Bloody Valentine
My Bloody Valentine singles chronology
  "No Place to Go"
(1985)
"Sunny Sundae Smile"
(1987)

"No Place to Go" is a song by the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine. It is the opening track and lead single from the band's debut extended play, Geek!, released in December 1985 on Fever Records. Featuring lyrics by vocalist David Conway and music by guitarist Kevin Shields, "No Place to Go" is considered the standout song on Geek![1] although Shields later referred to it as an "absolute failure" and "unrepresentative of what [My Bloody Valentine] wanted to do."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by David Conway, all music composed by Kevin Shields.

UK 7" single (Fever Records, FEV 005X)
  1. "No Place to Go" – 3:20
  2. "Moonlight" – 3:20

Personnel[edit]

All personnel credits adapted from "No Place to Go"'s liner notes.[3]

My Bloody Valentine
Technical personnel
  • My Bloody Valentine – production
  • Martin Pavey – engineering

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brown, Nick (1991). "My Bloody Valentine". Spiral Scratch (February 1991). 
  2. ^ Stud, Ben; Stud, Dom (1991). "My Bloody Valentine – The Class of '91". Melody Maker (IPC Media) (2 November 1991). 
  3. ^ "No Place to Go" (7"). My Bloody Valentine. Fever Records. 1985. FEV 005X.