Throwing Muses were Kristin Hersh, Tanya Donelly, Elaine Adamendes
and Becca Blumen at this point and were called «Kristin Hersh and the
Becca Blumen had left prior to this cassette and been replaced by
David Narcizo. «Catch» written by Hersh. «Let's Go Outside» written
by Donelly. «Machismo»
written by Hersh. «It's Not Too
Soon» written by Donelly.
«Bird Of Paradox» written by Hersh. «The burrow» written by Hersh. «Capital A» written by Donelly. «Clear And Great»
written by Hersh. «Desert»
written by Adamedes. «Ant Song» written by Hersh.
Released by the Muses on the label «Blowing Fuses» in 1985.
Re-pressed by the fan club in 1989. «Dirt is on the Floor» written by
Cassette of a Muses demo from 1985. Included on the ``In A Doghouse''
CD in 1998.
Throwing Muses are Kristin
Hersh (Kristin Hersh),
David Narcizo, Leslie Langston and Tanya Donelly. Featuring Ronnie Stone and Dave
Knowles. Produced by Gil
Norton. Sleeve by 23 Envelope and Richard Donelly.
Initial copies came with a poster. Produced by Gil Norton. Sleeve by 23 Envelope and Andrew Catlin. Original
quantities of the 12" included a poster.
Produced by Mark van Hecke. Engineered by Warren Bruleigh, Trow
Doolittle and Hideki Sunada. Sleeve by Kurt DeMunbrun, Kar, Richard Donelly and Kate
Whitney. Side 2 of MAD706 is 45rpm and features a long version of
«Soul Soldier» that has Kristin, Tanya, and a couple friends sitting
in a park in Newport, RI looking at clouds and kites. The baby noises
are Dylan's, through various effects, and sometimes backwards with
the rest of the dialogue. «Soul Soldier» coproduced by Gil Norton.
CAD802CD (1988): CADC802, Garoux Des Larmes [MAD706], Pools In Eyes [MAD706], Soap And Water [MAD706], And A She-Wolf After The War [MAD706], You Cage [MAD706]
In short, CAD802CD features side one of MAD706. It doesn't have side
two, which consisted of a re-recording of «Soul Soldier» and various
noises. Featuring Rich
Gilbert. Produced by Gary
Smith. Engineered by Paul Kolderie. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Shinro Ohtake.
Promotional release. The second track is not an interview, but an
actual song of sorts... (PRO-A-3157).
Promo released by Sire in the US, PRO-A-3070.
CAD901CD (1989): CADC901, Santa Claus
Two versions of the lp was released: One in brown and one in gray.
Featuring Bernie Warrell, Russ Gershon, Tom Halter,
Russell Jewell and Guy Yarden. Produced by Gary Smith. Engineered by Steve Haigler. Sleeve by v23, Richard Donelly and
Obigail Simon. Write to Michell Alorim, P.O. Box 1909, Harvard
Square, Cambridge, MA 02238, USA.
BAD903, BADD903, BAD903CD (1989): AD903, Mania [L CAD901], Downtown [L CAD802]
BADD903 is a limited edition 10".
BAD1001, BAD1001CD (1991): AD1001, Amazing Grace [R TAD5017CD], Cottonmouth [R TAD2019CD]
Exit Leslie Langston.
Enter Fred Abong. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver, Archer,
Quinell and Dave Coppenhall. Engineered by Paul Kolderie. «Counting
Backwards» engineered by John Beverly Jones.
«Counting Backwards» produced by Dennis Herring.
Released in the US.
This version of «Say Goodbye» is extremely different from the version
on CAD901. «Dylan» is the name of Kristin Hersh's son. Produced by Dennis Herring. Engineered
by John Beverly
Jones. Sleeve by David
Narcizo, Andy Catlin and Jim Anderson. «Red Shoes» coremixed by
Paul Kolderie. «Not Too
Soon» remixed by Csaba Petocz.
BAD1015, BAD1015CD (1991): AD1015, Him Dancing [R CAD1002], Dizzy [R CAD901]
Produced by Dennis
Herring and Gary Smith.
Engineered by Paul
Kolderie. Sleeve by Christine Cano and The American Bandana.
Released in the US by Sire on CD (40135-2) in a digi-pak featuring a
blow-up of the artwork of BAD1015. «Cry Baby Cry» written by Lennon and McCartney.
BADD2012, BADD2012CD (1992): Firepile [R CAD2013], Jak, Ride into the Sun, Handsome Woman
Exit Tanya Donelly and
Fred Abong. Engineered by
Steve Boyer and Paul Kolderie. Featuring Leslie Langston and Bernard Georges. Sleeve
by v23. «Manic
Depression» written by Jimi
Hendrix. «Jak» written by Peter Prescott (Volcano Suns / Misson
of Burma). «Ride into the Sun» written by Reed/Cale/Morrison/Tucker.
CADD2013, CADD2013CD (1992): CAD2013CD, KH1 (cd)
Limited editions of the LP sold through The Chain With No Name
included the free LP KH1. The initial quantities of the CD was a
slim-line double CD box and was mislabeled CAD2013CD. (The «D» for
«Deluxe» was dropped.) Coproduced by Steve Boyer, Paul Q. Kolderie and Artie
Smith. Featuring Leslie
Langston and Bob Mould
(Hüsker Dü). Recorded at Power Station, NYC and Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. Engineered by Steve Boyer and Victor
Deyglio. A Japanese version of «Red Heaven» was released that had
most of the tracks from KH1 on the same disc as «Red Heaven». It
lacked «Bea» and «Delicate Cutters».
US promo release (PRO-CD 5832).
Recorded live 8th. and 9th. Oct., 1992. The Grand Theater, Clapham,
London on the Advision Mobile.
BAD4018, BAD4018CD (Dec 1994): Bright Yellow Gun [CAD5002], Crayon Sun, Red Eyes, Like a Dog [AD4018]
Enter Bernard Georges.
Basic tracks co-produced by Phill Brown. Engineered by Trina Shoemaker. Recorded
Studios, New Orleans. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Stine Schyberg. «Crayon
Sun» written by D. Hidago (Latin Playboys) and L. Perez (Latin
CAD D 5002 CD is a limited edition cd in a red, soft plastic box with
8 postcards and the cd itself in a digipak. Engineered by Trina Shoemaker. Basic
tracks co-produced by Phill Brown. Recorded at Kingsway Studios,
New Orleans and Larrabee North Studios, N. Hollywood. Mixed by David Bianco. Featuring Jane Scarpantoni. Sleeve
by Vaughan Oliver, Shinro Ohtake, Steve Gullick, Stine Schyberg and Crane
Anderson. «University» featuring Lenny Kaye, Dylan Hersh Going
and Ryder James O'Connell. «Snakeface» featuring Trina Shoemaker.
500 promo copies made for the Pinkpop Festival (PROMO 4AD 001).
AD6016 (1996): Shark [CAD6014], Tar Moochers [ReRe (*Tar Kissers*)]
ADD6016 (1996): Shark [CAD6014], Limbobo [ReRe (*Limbo*)]
6016 (postcard) (1996)
The two 7"'s are limited editions. Engineered by Steve Rizzo. Recorded at
Stable Sound. Sleeve by Gilbert Hernandez and
Steve Gullick. «Shark»
engineered by Trina
Shoemaker and Ethan
Allen. «Shark» mixed by Mike "Spike" Drake and Steve Cook.
Released by Throwing Music in the US (RCD5-1052).
The last track is not listed on the packaging. Also released by
Throwing Music in the US (RCD/RAC 10354). That release features a
video track for «Ruthie's Knocking». Featuring Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees) and Robert Rust. Engineered by Trina Shoemaker, Ethan Allen and James
Sayberth. Recorded at Kingsway USA, New Orleans and Larabee Studio.
Mixed by David Bianco.
Sleeve by David Narcizo,
MaryAnn Southard, Gilbert Hernandez and
Limited one-sided 7" release (1500 copies) available only to The
Chain With No Name and mail order customers. Side two of the vinyl is
Limited promo released by Ryko/Throwing Music. Recorded at Stable
Sound, Portsmouth RI on 5/20/96.
Released in a flip pack by Ryko/Throwing Music. «If» written by Latin
Also released by Throwing Music/Rykodisc (RCD10377/78) in the US.
Double cd release. Includes the video to ``Fish''. The last five
tracks on the second CD are older TM songs that were recorded in
1997; produced by David Narcizo. Sleeve by David Narcizo, Chris Gorman (Belly), Vicky Cessna, Joseph Narcizo,
Richard Donelly and