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5 Nov 1994 01:35:47 -0500 since this has so recently been designated a chat line i would like to inform all the intelligent people out there that i am having a this mortal coil marathon in honor of the recent posts on them. i own the box set and right now "blood" is on. hopefully i can play the original versions before my roommate comes home from sixth street (i had much "magic" and other types of natural fun last night, so tonight is homework/catch-up-on-email night.) then my tmc tribute will be complete. anyway, -joanna- sun, stars, sand, tears. . .
and Fly , Sauc Att On Sat, 5 Nov 1994, fretting a smashed pear wrote: > Hmm, I didn't see Earwig's _under my skin..._ The one I saw was an album > called _Pegboy_ on Quarter Stick Records... Maybe this is a different band. > There was a sticker that said "made in Canada." Yes, this is a different band. Pegboy is a kinda punky super-group on quarterstick. Not only is Pegboy's "earwig" very different from the thislisty la-di-da/Insides earwig, but it's not as good as pegboy's first album. A pity. Earwig's "under my skin i am laughing" album has pictures of kirsty yates on both front and back covers, just in case you get confused in the record store. kagin
I've been meaning to ask, but has anyone on the list heard of (or actually heard) Skinner box? It's very thislisty, though not really like anything I can think of. Sort of Dead Can Dancesque in some of the instrumentation, but...well, some of it's quite jazzy and some of it spooky (brings to mind an eerie, old house at dim yellow dusk for me, at certain points anyway). The first album (s/t) is a bit overproduced, but it's still brilliant...only on vinyl. Personnel for that one included Mark Erskine, who used to be in Savage Republic. Second & third, however (that'd be "The Playhouse" & "Imaginary Heart of") are on one CD, and are the work solely of Julianna Towns. It's all been out for quite a while. A 7" comp. released in Germany about two years ago featured the unreleased "Whisper Parade". Hard to find. You can also find a few tracks on an older 'Cross This Gray Land, and JT sang on Black Tape's _Chaos of Desire_. Instrumentation is full: keyboards, guitar, bass, dulcimer, violin, flute, vibraphone, autoharp and drums. Sultry female vox (sorry, I know that's a lame-o description) that are very consuming... I dunno. I think many of you might like it. The songwriting is excellent. Lyrics are a bit melancholy and sometimes almost morbid. I heard Ed Ka-Spell of the Legendary Pink Dots was quite entranced by it. Sorry, I'm so disjointed, but if you want to converse more on the subject email: [email protected], puh-lease. Take care, all... Lance
Skinner Box is awesome. Glad someone remembers 'em. Sometimes like an old horror film soundtrack, but more lyrical. I'll have to look for that 7" though. kagin
Has anyone written the Lush Info Service? What kind of stuff do you get from them and is it worth writing to? Also, "Invisible Man" on Split is about, as I read somewhere, Emma's dreams where she wakes up an it feels like someone is on top of her, strangling her. If my last message didn't get posted, "When I Die" is about Emma's father's death. Ned
, you wrote: > 4) I have a Specialty Test Pressing of Xymox' Phoenix of My Heart which has > 3 versions of PomH. However, it also contains the track "Love Thy > Neighbor" on it. Has anyone ever seen this track anywhere else? > (It won't be on that B-sides CD in 3.) Love Thy Neighbor was released as a b-side to the Phoenix single, so I don't think it is that uncommon if you can find the single anywhere. It doesn't seem that any of the post 4-ad singles are very easy to find though. Bob [email protected] [email protected]
>2) There is supposedly a Japanese pressing on CD of Lush B-sides, either >3) There is also a Xymox B-sides compilation out on CD by Zok. Looks pretty >4) I have a Specialty Test Pressing of Xymox' Phoenix of My Heart which has > 3 versions of PomH. However, it also contains the track "Love Thy > Neighbor" on it. Has anyone ever seen this track anywhere else? > (It won't be on that B-sides CD in 3.) Thanks for 2) and 3) -- I had no idea and will snap them both up if/when I see them! As for 4), I have a "Phoenix of my Heart" cd5 from somewhere in Europe (sorry, it's not on me right now). It's the same as the 4-track American release, except that the "PomH remix (spicy?)" is replaced by "Love Thy Neighbor"! Pretty cool, I think. I haven't gotten around to getting their stuff after "Phoenix", but I hope to someday -- which one is recommended that I get first? Does anyone have a decent discography of Xymox since Phoenix? CdEurope (telnet cdeurope.com) lists several titles with which I'm not familiar... Thanks! Matthew K [email protected]
any luck finding this book in NYC? I couldn't find it anywhere! -eddie
On Tue, 1 Nov 1994, Gerald Tang wrote: > Secondly, I wanted to mention the song Childcatcher by Lush which I > think is absolutely brilliant. It's not available on any of their albums or > singles but only came free with the May 1994 issue of the British music > outstanding.> Actually, the song "Childcatcher" by Lush is also on the All Virgos Are Mad cd comp. If this is a a redundant message that you have gotten 300000 times over I apoloigize....I haven't checked my mail in a while. You're so pretty the way you are..., Scorpio M.
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