World Be Gone - Erasure

World Be Gone


  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2017-05-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2017 Mute Artists Ltd


Title Artist Time
Love You To the Sky Erasure 4:26 USD 1.29
Be Careful What You Wish For! Erasure 3:21 USD 1.29
World Be Gone Erasure 3:39 USD 1.29
A Bitter Parting Erasure 3:13 USD 1.29
Still It's Not Over Erasure 4:03 USD 1.29
Take Me Out of Myself Erasure 4:34 USD 1.29
Sweet Summer Loving Erasure 3:55 USD 1.29
Oh What a World Erasure 4:15 USD 1.29
Lousy Sum of Nothing Erasure 4:12 USD 1.29
Just a Little Love Erasure 3:33 USD 1.29


  • Review of the song World Be Gone

    By TheReflex
    I’ve only purchased the title track (so far). Very understated production. In my opinion, the chorus of World Be Gone is as good as anything Erasure has done. It wraps you up in its arms and squeezes you.
  • Awful

    By Scotnaims
    I have been a fan since the beginning. I don’t even know what the hell this is. Seriously, how did Andy and Vince out this album together and decide it was something they wanted to release?! I am going to just delete this from my iTunes and try to forget it ever happened. Waste of money... boo.
  • Still wonderful

    By Franc Cazares
    “Still It’s Not Over”says it all.
  • Is this really Erasure?

    By ViktorV009
    Like many other life long fans I have anticipated each new Erasure album since the 80’s. This album was completely disappointing to say the least. I remember some of their best songs used to stay stuck in my head for months and even to this day I will give them a listen. However this album has none of the hooks or melodies that made them one of my favorite musicians. I feel that Nightbird was the last true Erasure album and ever since it’s like somebody else is posing as them and releasing mediocre music. I hope they get back on track soon.
  • What happened??

    By sjbill
    This is so disappointing!! Disjointed and boring! I hope they don't end an amazing and lengthy career with this lame effort.
  • Takes you away!

    By DJSandersVip
    Erasure is dance and soul music with this album. Great music to drive to and think. Be Careful What You Wish For is one of my favorite songs.
  • Go back to a "fingers and thumbs" style

    By wmwads
    Make a chorus 2 album , or more like cowboy . This is just not the same.
  • Bad, becoming not so bad... But God, it's just so painful!

    By Gobbz
    Worst album of their career, hands down. However, Matt Pop's remix of "Love You to the Sky" is among the very best remixes of their entire career. So yeah, it's been warming up on me. The tracklisting of their 2nd single from this album gives me real hope that they can truly redeem theirselves. Here's hoping!
  • What the Hell?!

    By BTV
    Their last album, although somewhat forgettable, seemed to be going in the right direction. This should never have been sounds like were high and just messing around. Crazy!
  • Every band has to have a Worst Album...

    By ShadowDoc
    I've been an Erasure fan since the 1980s. If Andy and Vince took a dump in a box, I would buy I proved by buying this album. My understanding is that the Erasure creative process is that Vince does the instrumentals and forwards them to Andy, who adds the lyrics and vocals. I can't help but think the process was reversed this time, as the uninspired instrumentals cannot elevate the tedious and strained lyrics. Andy apparently had Something He Wanted To Say this time, and I hope he got it out of his system. The Violet Flame was great from start to finish, this album can't get off the ground at all. If you have to have the entire Erasure anthology, then pick this one up. There are a few nice bits in a few songs, but overall it's not memorable, I listened to it 3 times in a row and switched over to 'Ocean by Ocean' by The Boxer Rebellion, which is a much better Erasure album than this one. I'll be skipping this album when it rolls around on the Artist playlist and listening to the band when they were apparently in a better place. Which is any time in Erasure's history.