In that light, God's Own Medicine was a hit, broadening the Mission's appeal and establishing them as the flagship for the movement as it was unfolding. And if one can get past Hussey's rather silly spoken intro "I still believe in God, but God no longer believes in me," then one will find moments worth hearing
Title on disc: God's Own Medicine. Recorded at Ridge Farm and Utopia, August - September 1986. P)1986 Phonogram (London) Ltd. (C)1986 Phonogram (London) Ltd. All songs published by RCA Music. Moldings exist with 'MADE IN FRANCE BY PMDC' or 'MADE IN FRANCE BY PRS' (on the edge of the disc) but there are also moldings with 'Made in the . by Cinram Optical Discs' or 'Made in Germany Yo' etched into the inner ring underneath instead.
Gods Own Medicine is the debut studio album by the English gothic rock band The Mission. It was released in November 1986 through by the Phonogram label Mercury Records. The original LP version contains 10 songs. The CD and cassette versions had the songs "Blood Brother" and "Island in the Stream" added. Both had previously appeared on the "III" (Stay With Me) single.
Wishing Well (bonus ) The Mission (UK) - God's Own Medicine 1986 - 13. Wishing Well (bonus ) The Mission (UK) - God's Own Medicine 1986 - 13.
1. (00:00:00) The Mission - Wasteland. 2. (00:00:00) The Mission - Bridges Burning. 3. (00:03:44) The Mission - Garden Of Delight (Hereafter). 4. (00:00:00) The Mission - Stay With Me. 5. (00:00:00) The Mission - Blood Brother. 6. (00:05:51) The Mission - Let Sleeping Dogs Die. 7. (00:00:00) The Mission - Sacrilege. 8. (00:05:13) The Mission - Dance On Glass. 9. (00:00:00) The Mission - And The Dance Goes On. 10. (00:04:21) The Mission - Severina. 11. (00:04:40) The Mission - Love Me To Death.