BAD3001, BAD3001CD (1993): AD3001, Trust In Me, Star [R CAD3002]
Initial quantities of AD3001 has two limited edition postcards.
Written by Tanya Donelly
Coproduced by Lou
Giordano. Recorded at Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Chris Gorman. «Feed The
Tree» produced by Gil
Norton. «Feed The Tree» engineered by Tracy Chisholm and Dave Buchanan. «Feed The
Tree» recorded at Amazon Studios,
Liverpool. «Feed The Tree» featuring Fred Abong (Throwing Muses). «Dream On Me»
Muses). «Trust In Me» written by Sherman & Sherman. «Trust In Me»
featuring Dylan Roy. «Star»
CAD D 3002 had two limited edition postcards. Coproduced by Tracy Chisholm. Engineered
by Tracy Chisholm, Graham Lewis (Wire), Linelle
and Dave Buchanan.
Featuring Chick Graning and John Douglass. Written by Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses). Track 3, 5, 7
and 9 produced by Gil Norton. Recorded at Sound Emporium, Nashville,
Sixteenth Avenue, Nashville and Amazon Studios,
Liverpool. Sleeve by Chris
Bigg, Chris Gorman
and Michael Levine. «Full Moon, Empty Heart» remixed by Brian Harden. «White Belly»
written by Fred Abong (Throwing Muses) and Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses). «White Belly»
remixed by Brian Harden.
The cd is in a digipak. Exit Richard Close, Byron Guthrie and Kristin Kramer. Featuring
Julius Klepacz, Jack Daley, Tony Garnier,
Graham Maybe, Doris Chrysler, Melora Creager, Julia Kent and Serena U. Jost. The last
three people are «Rasputina». Recorded at Zabriskie Point. Sleeve
by Vaughan Oliver and
Jim Friedman. This is the
last release by Ultra Vivid Scene on 4AD. «Blood and Thunder»
coremixed by John Hanlon.
«Don't Look Now (Now!)» written by Mark Dumais. «Winter Song»
written by John Cale.
3004 (postcard) (1993)
3004 (stuff) (1993)
The solo album from Pixie Black Francis. Featuring Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu), Nick Vincent, Joey Santiago (Pixies), Morris Tepper, David Sardy,
Bob Giusti, John Linnell
and Kurt Hoffman. Coproduced by Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu). Mixed by Al Clay.
Engineered by Efren
Herrera, Sean Leonard
and Matt Packuko. Recorded at Clubhouse,
Burbank, California, Planet, Sausalito and Master Control,
Burbank. Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver, Chris Bigg, Simon Larbalestier and
CADD3004 is a limited edition LP released through the Chain With No
Name. It has a special four colour silk-screened carboard envelope
sleeve. «Hang on to Your Ego» written by Brian Wilson.
BAD3005, BAD3005CD, ADC3005 (1993): Hang On To Your Ego (3:23) [CAD3004], The Ballad Of Johnny Horton (4:22), Surf Epic (10:12)
3005 (postcard) (1993)
Featuring Joey Santiago
(Pixies), Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu) and Bob Giusti.
Enter Trey Many. Featuring
Denise James, Karen Neal (Inside Out), Melissa Elliott, Chelle
Marie, Elden M and Damian
Lang. Recorded at Warren's House. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg and Colin Gray. «The Homesick
Waltz» is not listed with the other tracks on the CD. It is listed on
the LP, but it isn't on the album. All tracks written by HNIA except
4, 9 and 16 by Melissa Elliott. The US version of this album doesn't
have the track «The Last Waltz» and lacks lots of samples. Yes,
that's Warren himself on the cover. Here's a list of whom sings what
songs: Karen Neal sings 1, 2 and 4. Karen Oliver sings 3, 5, 7, 10,
12, 15 and 17. Chelle Marie Ehlers sings 6 and 8. Denise James sings
11, 13, 14 and 16. Write to Star Artist Management, P.O. Box 114,
Fraser, MI 48026, USA. «Blue Moon» written by Alex Chilton (Big Star).
The last track is not listed on the sleeve but tacked on to the end
of «Nation Writer». The cd single is a rough cardboard digipak. The
cd itself is very similar to the 4AD labels from 1980. Produced by Wharton Tiers. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and the Estate of
Isabel Bishop. Also released in a jewel case by 4AD USA (45271-2).
«Love To Know» written by Tracy Thorn (Everything but
the Girl). «Love To Know» originally performed by The Marine Girls.
Double album. Sleeve by Simon Larbalestier.
Produced by Hugh Jones.
Mixed by Hugh Jones and Helen Woodward. Engineered
by Huw Price. Recorded at Blackwing. Tracks 8 and 10
cowritten by Laurence O'Keefe. Featuring Caroline Lavelle, Christopher Berry, Jon Brookes, Laurence O'Keefe
(Levitation), Peter Astor
(The Weather Prophets), Robert
Lord, Nick Ingham, Gavin
Heyman, Sonia Slaney,
Danny Thompson, Julian Swales (Kitchens of Distinction), Terry Bickers (House Of
Love) and B. J. Cole. Sleeve
by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Simon Larbalestier, Kevin Westenberg and
Victoria Edwards. «Heart Like A Wheel» written by Anna McGarrigle.
Sleeve by Nick Cave and Bleddyn Butcher.
«Pleasure Avalanche» and «Six Strings That Drew Blood» are unreleased
tracks from the «Mutiny» sessions. The masters were lost. The tracks
appear here as rough mixes.
Produced by Hugh Jones.
Mixed by Hugh Jones and Helen Woodward. Engineered
by Huw Price. Recorded at Blackwing Studios, London.
O'Keefe (Levitation), Jon
Brookes, Cristopher Berry, Peter Astor (The Weather
Prophets), Terry Bickers
(House Of Love), Robert
Heyman and Sonia
Slaney. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Simon Larbalestier and
Kevin Westenberg. The
CD was also released as a promo. «You Upset The Grace Of Living When
You Lie» written by Tim Hardin.
Exit Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses). Enter Jim McPherson. Featuring Carrie Bradley. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin and Jason Love. Recorded at Coast Recorders,
San Francisco, Cro
Magnon, Dayton, OH and Refraze, Dayton.
Coproduced by Mark
Freegard. Engineered by Joe Buben, John Shough and Daniel Presley. Initial
copies of the 'Cannonball' 12" have a green metallic inner bag. «Lord
Of The Thighs» written by Steve Tyler (Aerosmith).
DAD3013 (1993): CAD3013CD, Bird [CADC1010], Spirit [CADC1010]
The LP is a double album. Recorded at Quivvy Church. Sleeve by Chris Bigg, Brendan Perry, Touhami
Ennadre, Ken Kavanagh and John Sherwin. «The Wind That Shakes The
Barley» written by Dr.
Robert Dwyer Joyce. «How Fortunate The Man With None» cowritten
by Bertolt Brecht.
CADD3014 (Aug 30 1993): CAD3014CD, BREED 2 (7")
CAD D 3014 is a limited edition. Featuring Carrie Bradley. Recorded
Recorders, San Francisco, Brilliant Studios, San Francisco, Refraze, Dayton and The
Plan, Bausalito. Coproduced by Mark Freegard. Engineered
by Mark Freegard, Andy Taub, Daniel Presley and Sean Leonard. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin, Jason Love and Kevin Westenberg. Also
released on Mini-Disc by Elektra in the US (61508-8). «Drivin' On 9»
written by Ed's
Produced by Brian
Paulson. Sleeve by Chris
Bigg, (b.p.m.) and Joe Dilworth. This is the last release by
Unrest. «Cath Carroll» produced by Simon le Bon and Brian Paulson.
Written by Mark Kozelek.
Sleeve by v23 and Simon Larbalestier. «I
am a Rock» written by Paul Simon. «Helicopter» cowritten by Jerry Vessel. «Star Spangled
Banner» written by Smith & Key.
BADD3017, BAD3017CD (Oct 1993): Divine Hammer [R CAD3014], Hoverin' [R CAD5016], I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You), Do You Love Me Now? (jr?) [R CAD3014]
BAD D 3017 is a limited edition 10" ep. AD 3017 is a limited edition
clear vinyl 7" single. Recorded at RPM Studios, NY and Cro-Magnon, Dayton,
OH. Produced by Fred
Maher. Engineered by Lloyd Puckitt, Susanne Dyer
and John Shough. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin and Jason Love. «Hoverin'»
cowritten by John Murphy.
«I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)» written by Hank
Williams. «Do You Love Me Now?» remixed by J. Mascis (Dinosaur, Jr).
CAD302CD (1983): CAD302, BAD305
Xmal Deutschland are Anja
Rickers and Manuela
Zwingman. Sleeve by 23 Envelope. CAD302
co-produced by Ivo and engineered by John Fryer.
BAD303 (1983): AD303, Hazel [CADC211]
BAD303CD (1983): BAD303, AD303, Peppermint Pig (12" version) [R AD303]
Produced by Alan Rankine. Engineered by John Fryer. Sleeve by 23 Envelope. AD303
was limited to 3000 copies.
BAD304 (1983): Breakdown [MAD315CD], Tarantula [R DAD609]
304 (advertisement) (1983)
Enter Lorita Grahame.
The 12" versions are extended remixes. Produced by Mick Glossop. BAD 304 was
also released as a promo on A&M Records in the USA (SP-12067), it
features the same tracks and the only difference is the promo sticker
on the sleeve.
Coproduced by Ivo (This Mortal Coil). Engineered
by Jason and John Fryer.
«Qual» mixed by Ivo
(This Mortal Coil).
Sleeve by 23
This is the last Birtday Party release on 4AD. They left to sign to
Mute Records and released «Mutiny» before breaking up. Most, if not
all of them, stayed on at Mute in various permutations as Nick Cave &
The Bad Seeds, These Immortal Souls and Crime And The City Solution.
The Wolfgang Press are Michael Allen and Mark Cox. Featuring Richard Thomas (Dif Juz), David Steiner (In Camera) and Andrew Gray. Coproduced by John Madden. Sleeve by Andrew Gray.
BAD309 (1983): Someone's Calling [R CAD206], Life In The Gladhouse [R CAD206]
309 (flyer) (1983)
309 (poster) (1983)
The 12" versions are extended remixes.