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Random information on the term “GALA”:

Gala is the debut compilation album by the English alternative rock band Lush, released in 1990 by 4AD as an introduction to the US and Japanese markets, comprising the band’s earliest releases in reverse chronological order, plus two additional tracks.

It was released on 13 November 1990 on 4AD/Reprise Records in the United States and 21 November 1990 on 4AD/Nippon Columbia in Japan; the album received a limited-edition release in the United Kingdom on 3 December 1990.

In support of the album, Lush toured in both the US and Japan.

Upon its release, Gala failed to chart, but the album was well received by critics in both the UK and the US. “De-Luxe”, which was released as a promotional single in the US, did receive considerable radio airplay and placed in the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Gala was compiled by Lush’s record label, 4AD, as an introduction to the United States and Japanese markets. The album features the band’s debut mini album Scar (1989) and Mad Love and Sweetness and Light extended plays (1990) in reverse chronological order. A cover version of ABBA's 1975 song “Hey Hey Helen”—which had been recorded for an abandoned anti-poll tax compilation—was included, as well as a rerecording of Scar song “Scarlet” that had been previously released on the Melody Maker compilation Gigantic! 2 in March 1990.

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