(1983): Going Round (4:38), Muscoviet Musquito
(4:32) [R CAD703], Strange 9 to 9 (4:33),
Call it Weird (3:50), Abysmal Thoughts (4:33)
500 copies released in the Netherlands. Recorded May 30th at their
(1994): NONCX1 (minilp), A Day (Where
are You) (demo) (6:00) [R (*A
Day*) CAD503], Stumble and Fall (demo)
(6:10) [R CAD503], No Words (demo) (5:31) [R CAD503], Stranger (demo) (5:45) [R CAD503], Equal Ways (demo) (6:03) [R CAD503], 7th Time (demo) (6:54) [R CAD503]
The demos were recorded July '84. Released by Pseudonum Records in
(1983): Sugar Hiccup [CAD313]
One sided promotional single.
(1995): Judas My Heart [CAD5004], Judas My Heart [L CAD5004], Judas Mon Coeur [ReRe (*Judas My Heart*) CAD5004], The Bees [L CAD5004], Spaceman [BAD5007CD]
(1983): Sugar Hiccup [R CAD313], Flagstones, Hitherto, Because Of The
Coproduced by John Fryer.
(2001): Your Dirty Answer
(05:24), Spain (03:55), 37 Hours (03:27), Silica (04:23), William's
Cut (04:03), Summer Salt (04:07), Trouble (03:25) [CAD4017], Candyland (04:02), Measure
(01:10), White Suckers (04:25), Ruby (04:06), Flipside (03:58) [CAD3014], Listerine (04:47)
Limited edition of 5,000 copies features slipcase art and
freestanding display cards created by the art designer David Narcizo
of Lakuna. 500 copies of the limited edition released in Canada.
(1992): Superblast! [R CAD2002], Starlust [BAD2001], Fallin' in Love [BAD1016], Superblast! [CAD2002]
US promo release by Reprise (PRO-CD-5471).
(1995): Super-Connected [CAD5004], Spaceman [BAD5007CD], Diamond Rib Cage [BAD5007CD], Think About Your
Released in mainland Europe only. Initial copies were mis-numbered
�BAD 5003 CD�, which is the number �Now They'll Sleep� uses. Produced
by Belly. Recorded at Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Chris Gorman. �Think About
Your Troubles� written by Harry Nilsson.
(1988): Bone Machine, Break My Body, Something Against
You, Broken Face, Gigantic, River Euphrates, Where Is My Mind?, Cactus, Tony's Theme, Oh My Golly!, Vamos [R MAD709], I'm Amazed, Brick Is Red, Caribou [MAD709]
(1988): CADC803, MAD709
After track 10 on the CD there is an interlude where Charles goes on
explaining why he said �You fuckin' die!�. This is given a separate
track (no. 11) but is not listed on the cover. So the tracks listed
as 11-21 on the cover are actually 12-22 on the CD. Produced by Steve Albini (Big Black).
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Simon
Larbalestier. Released in the US by Rough Trade as �Rough US 38�
and �Rough US 38CD�. Later on, both �Surfer Rosa� and �Come On
Pilgrim� were released separately on CDs in the US.