(1995): Air Miami: Airplane Rider, Heidi Berry: The Mountain [CAD6011], Dead Can Dance: Rakim [45789 (cd)], Pale Saints: One Blue Hill [CAD4014], Lisa Germano: Cry Wolf [CAD4017], Kendra Smith: Bold Marauder [CAD5006], The Wolfgang Press: People Say [CAD4016], Red House Painters: Summer Dress [CADC5005]
Promo release with tracks picked by Vaughan Oliver.
(2002): Secropia (05:33), The
Fourth Day (03:56), Homegrown Cultures (04:30), Renzo Piano (04:30),
Water (05:24), The Accidental Triumph (03:52), Leap Year (05:25),
Fresh Kills (04:16), Unica Zurn (04:26), Three Sided (04:45)
(1981): Nothing, Armour
Came with an lyrics insert.
(Oct 1991): Nothing Natural (5:56) [LUSH1CD], God's Gift (4:10) [AD1016], Monochrome (5:07) [CAD2002], Nothing Natural (version)
(3:59) [R LUSH1CD]
Released by Reprise (9 40231-2) in a digipak. Produced by Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins).
(1992): Nothing Natural, Monochrome [CAD2002], Nothing Natural (12"
version) [R LUSH1CD]
(2001): Nothing Special (04:19)
[CAD2101CD], Nothing Special (Burnt
Friedman-Nonplace Remix) (04:06) [R CAD2101CD], Nothing Special (Herrmann
& Kleine Remake) (04:25) [R CAD2101CD]
(2003): Not The Way (03:20), So
Damn Pure (03:33), Opium Flower (06:03), Your Mother and Father
(03:59), Nobody's Nixon (04:09), It's Getting Colder (03:57)
(1982): Lorries, Don't Bring Me
Reminders, You Me And
Happy, We Meet Under
Tables, Safe, Truculent Yet, 5/10, 1, 2, 3, Beep Beep,
Not To, Indians!, Remove For
Improvement, Blue Jay
Gotobed (Wire), Simon
Simmons and Bruce
Gilbert (Wire). �Blue Jay Way� written by George Harrison (The
(1991): Not Too Soon [CAD1002], Cry Baby Cry
(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.
(1980): No Turning Back, Lying
Shox are John Peters, Jacqui Brookes and Mike Atkinson. Recorded by
Mark Lusardi. Recorded at Gooseberry. Sleeve by Phil Hide.
(1995): Now They'll Sleep [CAD5004], Thief
(Jan 23 1995): Now They'll Sleep [CAD5004], Thief [AD5003], Baby's Arm, John Dark
Exit Fred Abong (Throwing Muses). Enter Gail Greenwood. Produced
by Glyn Johns. Engineered
by Jack Joseph Puig,
Oswald �Wiz� Bowe and Rail Jon Rogut. Recorded at
Nassau, Bahamas and Oceanway Studios,
Hollywood. Sleeve by Chris
Bigg, Chris Gorman
and Stephen DiRado.
�Baby's Arm� produced by Paul Q. Kolderie. �Baby's
Arm� recorded at Fort Apache,
(1995): Now They'll Sleep [CAD5004], King [CAD5004], Super-Connected [CAD5004]
Promo single released in a grey sleeve.
(1995): Now They'll Sleep (demo)
[R CAD5004], Red (demo) [R CAD5004], Puberty (demo) [R CAD5004]
Bonus CD included with initial copies of 170.5004.20.