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Subject: Re: TMC: Sixteen Days
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 00:24:32 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 01:16:33 -0500
From: Hk Kahng (FARRAGO@DELPHI.COM)
Subject: Re: to Kelli-Jeanne continued....
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 1994 20:26:05 -0600
From: kendal obermeyer (kobermey@UNLINFO.UNL.EDU)
Subject: Too Pure / NYC showing of DCD's Toward the Within
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 03:47:20 -0500
From: Michael Hauben (hauben@CS.COLUMBIA.EDU)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 01:50:42 -0800
From: vilexile (einexile@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Tanya Donelly in French!
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 10:59:25 +0100
From: Christophe Gourraud (Christophe.Gourraud@AAR.ALCATEL-ALSTHOM.FR)
Subject: Head To Toe on CD
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:11:53 +0100
From: Christophe Gourraud (Christophe.Gourraud@AAR.ALCATEL-ALSTHOM.FR)
Subject: Re: Head To Toe on CD
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 10:50:58 +0000
From: "A.J. Norman" (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: Dark, depressing music..
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:05:00 GMT
From: Paul Rankine (Paul_Rankine_at_Not-Cop4%ccmail@X400MAIL.NOT.PS.NET)
Subject: Re: Dark, depressing music..
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 06:38:02 CST
From: Steven W Hill (shill@HARPER.CC.IL.US)
Subject: Unrest; Boo Radleys
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 09:22:22 -0500
From: mitchell clearfield (mclearfi@DARWIN.CC.ND.EDU)
Subject: Re: Dark, depressing music..
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 09:46:56 -0600
From: Literati (literati@PRAIRIENET.ORG)
Subject: Re: Stay Frightened
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:06:12 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:52:42 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: DCD on: Music from the Hearts of Space
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:19:12 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:12:05 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted (meee too)
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:58:24 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: depressing stuff
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:55:53 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted (meee too)
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 12:36:19 -0500
From: "spiral 8')" (99lear@LAB.CC.WMICH.EDU)
Subject: LESTAT CONCERT REVIEW
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:47:16 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Pale Saints photos for sale
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:42:11 -0800
From: Jodi Naas (naas@U.WASHINGTON.EDU)
Subject: depressing music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:51:57 -0500
From: Heather-Lyn A Haley (hhaley@SOC.UMASS.EDU)
Subject: Interview - Music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 13:05:48 PST
From: Ara Kermanikian (araker@MICROSOFT.COM)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 16:04:46 CST
From: Steven W Hill (shill@HARPER.CC.IL.US)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:05:52 -0800
From: GIVE ME THE CHOICE YOU NEVER HAD (DOMINGOD@HRM.ADMIN.USFCA.EDU)
Subject: Thanks
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:14:38 PST
From: Ara Kermanikian (araker@MICROSOFT.COM)
Subject: RHP, Breathless, Cindytalk Discog?
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:45:31 -0800
From: scarab or serephim (scarab@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:46:14 -0800
From: Brett Bull (eaeg348@EA.OAC.UCI.EDU)
Subject: Re: Unrest; Boo Radleys
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 15:23:42 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: depressing stuff
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 15:28:40 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 16:09:56 -0800
From: Ernest Lopez (elopez@chaph.usc.edu)

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 00:24:32 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: TMC: Sixteen Days


its the first this moral coil release.


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 01:16:33 -0500
From: Hk Kahng (FARRAGO@DELPHI.COM)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music


In addition to the usual suspects (Codeine, Red House Painters, Idaho, Low,
and all the other slo-roq favorites) don't forget to throw in the first
coupla Cowboy Junkies albums (a friend of mine called it "music to shoot up to"
and I didn't doubt him for a minute) and a handful of Madder Rose tunes.

Nick Drake also makes quite a companion for those downcast days (the four days
of "The Great Texas Flood of '94" were spent with the _Way to Blue_ comp on
repeat play), although on the other hand listening to Come while it's raining
makes me want to hang myself.

And if yr in the cigarettes and southern comfort mode, try the Tindersticks
(and by the same token, Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen?).

$0.02, or whatever the local exchange rates will give ya, and sorry, no refunds.


hk

PS.  And how could I have (almost) forgotten American Music Club?  Although I
wish I'd forgotten Acetone....


Date: Sun, 20 Nov 1994 20:26:05 -0600
From: kendal obermeyer (kobermey@UNLINFO.UNL.EDU)
Subject: Re: to Kelli-Jeanne continued....

              Nov 20, 94 06:12:15 pm

>
>  Things will get better Kelli-Jeanne. Have faith, strength, and persistence!
>  Kevin Pajak : pajakkev@student.msu.edu
> p.s. Has anyone heard the new DCD song? I know Brendan Perry sings, but is it
> really DCD (with Lisa Gerrard) or is it smthg else?
>                                                Ciao.
     do you mean Don't Fade Away or do you mean something else...don't
fade away is off the live cd.....and videotape (of which i am a proud
owner...)
                                kobermey@unlinfo.unl.edu>


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 03:47:20 -0500
From: Michael Hauben (hauben@CS.COLUMBIA.EDU)
Subject: Too Pure / NYC showing of DCD's Toward the Within


Does anyone know if Adrienne Lenhoff of Too Pure USA still has an
email address? Her old AOL address bounced a message back to me..

Thanks!
-Michael

[Ob-4ad = Dead Can Dance's Movie Toward the Within is STILL playing
Fri/Sat Midnight Shows at NYC's Angelika]

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 01:50:42 -0800
From: vilexile (einexile@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music


On Mon, 21 Nov 1994, Hk Kahng wrote:

> PS.  And how could I have (almost) forgotten American Music Club?  Although I
> wish I'd forgotten Acetone....

Well that's no reason to go reminding the rest of us! Now I have to take
another bath in tomato juice.

 einexile


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 10:59:25 +0100
From: Christophe Gourraud (Christophe.Gourraud@AAR.ALCATEL-ALSTHOM.FR)
Subject: Tanya Donelly in French!


I read in my Saturday's newspaper that Tanya is going to record an album
in French. For that, she requested the assistance of Jean-Louis Murat, a French
songwriter that she considers as being the best at the moment (I personnally don
t
share her opinion, but many people do).

You may have a little chance to know Murat if you bought the tribute album to Le
nard
Cohen (I'm Your Fan). He was the only French singer to participate to it, with a
(good)
cover of the old man (in French).

Christophe

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:11:53 +0100
From: Christophe Gourraud (Christophe.Gourraud@AAR.ALCATEL-ALSTHOM.FR)
Subject: Head To Toe on CD


Yesterday I bought a Spanish magazine, called Rock De Luxe, which offers an Indi

compilation CD for its 10th anniversary.

Among the 19 songs it includes, several ones are by  4AD artists: Lisa Germano, 
ale
Saints, Breeders. Nothing special, except that the Breeders' song Head To Toe, i
 claimed
to appear for the first time on a CD.

I know that the original ep is on 10" format, but isn't there any CD including t
is track
anywhere?

Just curious...

Christophe

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 10:50:58 +0000
From: "A.J. Norman" (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: Re: Head To Toe on CD

              Nov 21, 94 11:11:53 am

Christophe Gourraud  said:

> Nothing special, except that the Breeders' song Head To Toe, is claimed
> to appear for the first time on a CD.
>
> I know that the original ep is on 10" format, but isn't there any CD
> including this track anywhere?
>

The claim at the time was that "Head to Toe", "Shocker in Gloomtown" and
"Freed Pig" weren't going to appear on CD anywhere in the world - so it
looks as if this compilation is unique.

--
Andrew Norman, Leicester, England | Jedermann sein eigner Fussball
nja@le.ac.uk                      |

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:05:00 GMT
From: Paul Rankine (Paul_Rankine_at_Not-Cop4%ccmail@X400MAIL.NOT.PS.NET)
Subject: Dark, depressing music..


     By far the most depressing/depression music I have is by SPK, the
     title is (I think - but Im old and the memory aint wot it used to be)
     System Unit Overload.  Its a very cold, dark album which kind of
     captivates/forces you to listen, but you're glad its over when it
     finishes.  Listening to it on headphones can be a disturbing
     experience,at best it makes you feel depressed, at worst, it might
     make you want to kill something/someone..its that powerful.

     Quite a few years back, there was a small discussion of early SPK on
     Digital Notes and my memory recalls the following (supposedly from a
     reliable source) :

     SPK was a combination of a musician/nurse who worked nights in a
     mental institution in Germany and  a very disturbed patient/inmate who
     had  night terrors caused by the 'noises in his head'.  The musician
     cultured a friendship with the inmate, as he was interested in what it
     was that made this patient scream, bang his head agaist the wall etc
     in a frightening and violent manner. The musician tried to get a
     description of those noises and created sounds to simulate them of
     which at least one album was made.  I cant vouch for this, but even if
     it is b/s, its still a good story...

     I dont know if you sometimes can feel/hear your pulse at your temple,
     and how annoying/distracting/disturbing it can be, well this is what
     that album sounds like.

     Anyway back to lighter things... It has been mentioned more than once
     on 4AD-l that The Glee Club are CT soundalikes/wannabe's.  On the
     strength of this I bought 'Mine', and would ask if anyone can give me
     specific tracks on Mine which is a copy of a CT track I'd be
     interested to hear.  IMHO, Swallow are more CT-ish that the Glee Club
     by a long margin, I like Swallow, and their last EP (Hush)was really
     good.

     Thanks to whoever it was that desribed Scorn as a cross between
     Seefeel and Kraftwerk.  I bought Evandescance (sure Ive spelt this
     wrong), and its been the only thing that Ive purchased
     recently(including new ones from cranes, cranberries, Laika, Towards
     the Within, Mouse on Mars,Anatomy of a Poet) that has broken the
     monopoly that Heavenly Voices has on my hi-fi at present.  Has anyone
     managed to get any response from Hyperium ??  Does anyone have a
     catalogue or list of artists available from them ??

     Sorry this post is so long, and getting in the way of all those smart
     ass one-liner posts that you all love.

     Everything, except the stuff I like, Sucks !!

     cheers

     Paul


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 06:38:02 CST
From: Steven W Hill (shill@HARPER.CC.IL.US)
Subject: Re: Dark, depressing music..

              21, 94 11:05 am

no 4AD content

Final reminder, to all Chicago area fans of the Legendary Pink Dots

Tonight Monday Nov 21 is Club 950's LPD feature night.
I especially urge you to come out if you've never heard the Dots before.
Email me for info.
Club 950 is at 950 West Wrightwood (Lincoln, Sheffield, Wrightwood)
open 9 pm, no cover, 21+, draft beer 75c
--
[][]  [][] Steve Hill                     Email:shill@harper.cc.il.us
[]  []  [] Network Technician             Voice:708-925-6273
           William Rainey Harper College    Fax:708-925-6030
[]  []  [] 1200 West Algonquin Road        Page:708-962-0430
[][]  [][] Palatine IL 60067-7398               "Mostly harmless."


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 09:22:22 -0500
From: mitchell clearfield (mclearfi@DARWIN.CC.ND.EDU)
Subject: Unrest; Boo Radleys


Hey, all.  2 questions:

1. Is Unrest's "Teenage Suicide" related at all to the song of the same
name (and at least one common lyric) from the movie "Heathers"?  I can't
find anything in the Isabel Bishop liner notes to indicate either way.

2. I just stumbled across a promo single for the Boo Radleys "Lazy Day",
and I really like it ("Lazy Day", "Vegas", "Feels Like Tomorrow", and
"Whiplashed").  What else do they have out?  How does it compare (both in
quality and musical style)?

Okay, so that's 3 questions.  Regardless, any info greatly appreciated.
Thanks,

Mitch


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 09:46:56 -0600
From: Literati (literati@PRAIRIENET.ORG)
Subject: Re: Dark, depressing music..


Paul smashed his head against a wall, until these words appeared:

>     By far the most depressing/depression music I have is by SPK, the
>     title is (I think - but Im old and the memory aint wot it used to be)
>     System Unit Overload.  Its a very cold, dark album which kind of
>     captivates/forces you to listen, but you're glad its over when it
>     finishes.  Listening to it on headphones can be a disturbing
>     experience,at best it makes you feel depressed, at worst, it might
>     make you want to kill something/someone..its that powerful.
>
>     Quite a few years back, there was a small discussion of early SPK on
>     Digital Notes and my memory recalls the following (supposedly from a
>     reliable source) :
>
>     SPK was a combination of a musician/nurse who worked nights in a
>     mental institution in Germany and  a very disturbed patient/inmate who
>     had  night terrors caused by the 'noises in his head'.  The musician
>     cultured a friendship with the inmate, as he was interested in what it
>     was that made this patient scream, bang his head agaist the wall etc
>     in a frightening and violent manner. The musician tried to get a
>     description of those noises and created sounds to simulate them of
>     which at least one album was made.  I cant vouch for this, but even if
>     it is b/s, its still a good story...
>
>     I dont know if you sometimes can feel/hear your pulse at your temple,
>     and how annoying/distracting/disturbing it can be, well this is what
>     that album sounds like.

Graeme Revell, the main force behind SPK, also does a lot of film
soundtracks. My favorite is the one for _Dead Calm,_ a very creepy film
that I just watched yesterday. He also did the score for _The Crow._

Literati

 ____
//  \\ ()  I'll be told that I'm grown when I turn twenty-one
\_/ // ()  But I won't really feel it
   //      So I'll dress up in black and be melodramatic
  /             --literati@prairienet.org

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:06:12 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: Stay Frightened


>  "Of These Reminders" has a number of good songs...none better than
>the 2 by Stay Frightened.  Do they have any recordings other than this?
>
>
>TIM CONLON
>U590@sysm.acs.Virginia.EDU


I must agree, Stay Frightened's contribution to "Of These Reminders" is a
treasure. My favourite is "Of These Reminders." How apt that they interpereted
the title piece.

Another Wonderous Contribution from,

Alfred Douglas


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:52:42 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted


Trie good old Joy Division, works for me.
Here are the young men, a weight on their shoulders...

On Fri, 18 Nov 1994, Literati wrote:

> Try Swans for depressing music. My favorite song of theirs, "In My Garden,"
> has the main verse:
>
>         "Things grow in my garden
>
>         Things grow in my garden
>
>         Things grow in my garden
>
>         And then...they DIE!"
>
> And then there's all those lyrics about starving slaves...
>
> Literati
>
>  ____
> //  \\ ()  I'll be told that I'm grown when I turn twenty-one
> \_/ // ()  But I won't really feel it
>    //      So I'll dress up in black and be melodramatic
>   /             --literati@prairienet.org

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:19:12 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: DCD on: Music from the Hearts of Space


HEY,

Hearts of Space is a kick ass program that I never miss. Steven Hill selects
some great music!! I'll post some of their playlists and let you see for your
selves!!
As for a depressing album, try Michael Danna's "Skys." This album was inspired
by the vast, cold, grey Canadian skies that blanket the land during the lonley
winter months!!!

Alfred Douglas

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:12:05 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: Re: "depressing" music


I highly recommend Brian Eno's "Music for Films.
This is a very depressing soundscape that is great for gazing at the grey
November sky that is useually grey and beautiful.

Alfred Douglas

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:58:24 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted (meee too)


Why don't you try stuff like this:
Rose Chronicles (Shiver)
the Moon seven times (7=49)
Slow dive (souvlaki)
the Cranes (maybe a bit heavy...but you never know)
Sarah McLaghlan (fumbling towards ecstacy)
and with risking a lot a negative responses: Tori Amos stuff, Heather Nova
(blow).

On Fri, 18 Nov 1994, Heffalump wrote:

> How about something slow, nice, clean, slightly kooky, not too engaging,
> with cute vocals?  I thumb through my cd collection every night before
> going to bed, looking for something pleasant & mellow to listen to - but I
> can't find anything!  Ugh!  You know, I need something to fall asleep to
> - but it has to be *good*.
>
> Suggestions!?
>
> Thanks?!
>
>                             n9344881@cc.wwu.edu
>   "He who clearly apprehends the scheme of existence does not rejoice over
>  life, nor repine at death; for he knows that external limits are not final."

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:55:53 -0500
From: Rick Vermunt (rickverm@GREX.CYBERSPACE.ORG)
Subject: Re: depressing stuff


I would add the early Wire stuff to it. Delate music, good for on a rainy
sunday afternoon. On Fri, 18 Nov 1994, Kelli-Jeanne wrote:

>   it all depends on who is doing the listening...
>   ...and how you interpret the music being listened to
>
>   red house painters 1st s/t
>   hnia 'home is in your head'
>   tmc 'filigree and shadow ' & 'blood'
>   dcd s/t
>   joy division 'closer'
>   the cure 'faith' & 'pornography'
>   pink floyd
>   skinny puppy 'mind: the perpetual intercourse'
>
>   that's just for starters. basically, it really is how you perceive
>   the music. i don't think any one of these records is bad, and most of
>   the time i don't think these records as dark or depressing.
>   my mom thinks that everything i listen to is dark and depressing, so
>   maybe i should list my entire record collection if that's true...
>
>   anyway, light some candles, turn off the lights, lay on your bed, and
>   listen...
>
>   *k-j* & ninja kitty, currently staring up at me from my lap as if
>   to say "stop typing and rub my head this instant!"


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 12:36:19 -0500
From: "spiral 8')" (99lear@LAB.CC.WMICH.EDU)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted (meee too)


> > How about something slow, nice, clean, slightly kooky, not too
engaging,
> > with cute vocals?  I thumb through my cd collection every night before
> > going to bed, looking for something pleasant & mellow to listen to - but I
> > can't find anything!  Ugh!  You know, I need something to fall asleep to
> > - but it has to be *good*.
> >
> > Suggestions!?

by far "just for a day"... by slowdive, not necesarily
cute in my opinion, but rather, beautiful...
its what i go to sleep to all the time...(since it came out)
blue day is excellent also, but i just got that (thanks brian)...
hope that helps... slowdive is my hands-down choice...
(except for souvlaki, for sleep anyway)

                                --->spiral
                                99lear@lab.cc.wmich.edu


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:47:16 -0400
From: aLFRED dOUGLAS (R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU)
Subject: LESTAT CONCERT REVIEW


                             L E S T A T
                               L I V E
                      A G O R A    T H E A T R E
                S A T  N O V  19,  1 9 9 4    9 : 0 0

LESTAT ARE ONE HELL OF A BAND ON DISC, BUT WHEN THEY PLAY LIVE THEY REWRITE
THE BOOK OF LIVE PERFORMANCES. WITH TWO ALBUMS ALREADY UNDER THEIR BELTS,
AND THE RELEASE OF THEIR THIRD, "VISION OF SORROWS," SATURDAY NIGHT, THEY
CAN EASILY FIT INTO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HISTORIC GOTH BANDS, AND THEY HAVE
NOT EVEN REACHED THE PINICAL OF THEIR CAREER YET.
THE SHOW STARTED AT 9:OOPM SHARP, WITH LESTAT'S LABEL MATES, BATH. THEY WERE
A REAL SHOW OF WHAT NOT TO BE IF YOU FORM A BAND. PIGEONHOLED AS INDUSTRIAL,
THEY WERE THE BIGGEST SKINNY PUPPY RIP OFF I'VE EVER HEARD.
AFTER 49 MINUTES OF TORTURE, THE NEXT OPENING ACT TOOK TO THE STAGE, I HAD
HOPED THAT THIS BAND, FRAGMENT, WOULD PROVE MORE INTERTAINING AND SOOTHING TO
THE EARS, WITH A 24" MAGNAVOX TELEVISION ON THE STAGE AND THE JAPANEESE
ANIMATED FILM AKIRA PLAYING, WHICH PROVED MORE ENTERTAINING, FRAGMENT TOOK TO
THE STAGE. NOW THIS IS ONE BAND THAT DOES NOT CONSIDER IMAGE AN IMPORTANT ASPECT
F THEIR STAGE APPEARANCE. THE LEAD VOCALIST, WHO LOOKED LIKE THE BIGGEST
REDNECK, I'VE EVER SEEN WAS DRESSED IN JEANS OPEN LACE HIGHTOPS, BLACK MUSCLE
SHIRT, JOHN DEER BALLCAP AND HAIR DOWN TO HIS ASS. NOW THE STRANGE THING IS
THAT THIS WAS A BAND THAT CLASSIFIED THEMSELVES AS INDUSTRIAL/GOTH. PLEASE!!!
THEY TORTURED THE CROWD TO NO END FOR WELL OVER 40 MINUTES, WITH I WANT TO
OGRE SO BAD IT HURTS, LYRICS, AND VOICE.
FINALLY, AT 11:15 LESTAT TOOK TO THE STAGE IN FONT OF CROWD OF 1000+ SCREAMING
FANS. THE STAGE WAS COVERED IN FOG AND PURPLE LIGHTS. FOUR HUGE DORIC COLOMNS
AND BLACK DRAPERY WERE AN IMPRESSIVE STAGE SETTING AS THEY OPENED WITH A NEW
TRACK, "BAPTISM." THEIR SET CONSISTED OF A WIDE SELECTION OF SONGS FROM ALL
THEIR ALBUMS WITH NO EMPHISIS ON ANY ONE IN PARTICULAR. RAZZ, THE VOCALIST,
SWOONED ALL OVER THE STAGE VERY DRAMATICLY IN WHAT I FEEL IS THE BEST
COORIEGRAPHED STAGE PERFORMANCE I HAVE SEEN IN A BAND IN QUITE A WHILE. THE
LIGHTS ALSO PLAYED A VERY IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE VISUAL EFFECTS THAT HELPED
SUPPORT THE SHOW. IMAGES OF COBWEBS AND SPRIAL THINGS WERE PROJECTED ONTO THE
WALLS AND ADDED TO THE DRAMATIC EFFECT.
LESTAT VERY SELDOM PLAYOUT, BUT WHEN THEY DO, THEY GO ALL OUT TO GIVE THE FANS
THEIR MONEY'S WORTH, AND MAKE IT ALL WORTH WILE.

jOHN, YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE, BUT I GUESS WEEZER IS MORE IMPORTANT!!

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------F
R MORE INFORMATION ON LESTAT AND WHERE TO OBTAIN THEIR DISCS, FEEL FREE TO
CONTACT ME: R684863S@VAX.EDINBORO.EDU

LESTAT DISCOGRAPHY:

1. GRAVE DESIRES
2. THEATRE OF VAMPIRES
3. VISION OF SORROWS (JUST RELEASED). GREAT DISC, A+

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:42:11 -0800
From: Jodi Naas (naas@U.WASHINGTON.EDU)
Subject: Pale Saints photos for sale


I have photos from the 11/18 Seattle Pale Saints/Germano show. Anyone
wanna buy one? The size is 8X10. Write me with what you think is a fair
price or trade....

Offer available for a limited time only.

Jodi

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:51:57 -0500
From: Heather-Lyn A Haley (hhaley@SOC.UMASS.EDU)
Subject: depressing music

              Nov 18, 94 01:00:06 pm

How about Jane  Siberry's most recent - When I was a Boy? The song Vigil
is pretty depressing. Actually, this disc works as a suggestion for
depressing and for bedtime music.

I must admit, though, and this will probably seem silly to many of you,
when I need a depressing, gotta-cry song, I go way back to the song that
worked best for me in my pre-teen years - Supertramp's "Lord, Is it Mine?".

-Heather


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 13:05:48 PST
From: Ara Kermanikian (araker@MICROSOFT.COM)
Subject: Interview - Music


Hi all,

Does anyone know the composer/artist that did the music for "Interview
with the vampire"?

Thanks.

<< ARA >>


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 16:04:46 CST
From: Steven W Hill (shill@HARPER.CC.IL.US)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music

              Nov 21, 94 1:05 pm

> Does anyone know the composer/artist that did the music for "Interview >
with the vampire"? > > Thanks. > > << ARA >>

Elliot Goldenthal. Previously available work: Pet Sematary, Alien3 (highly
recommended), Golden Gate (not recommended), Demolition Man.
I can't say for sure, but I don't think there's a soundtrack out until
December.

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Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:05:52 -0800
From: GIVE ME THE CHOICE YOU NEVER HAD (DOMINGOD@HRM.ADMIN.USFCA.EDU)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music


>Does anyone know the composer/artist that did the music for "Interview
>with the vampire"?

Guns and Roses.  Bleah!

But seriously, I can't remember the guy's name.  I'm on the Anne Rice list,
so I'll ask them.

Daphne.

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:14:38 PST
From: Ara Kermanikian (araker@MICROSOFT.COM)
Subject: Thanks


Thanks for the info about the Interview soundtrack, does he also do the
intro titles?

Thanks again.

<< ARA >>


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:45:31 -0800
From: scarab or serephim (scarab@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: RHP, Breathless, Cindytalk Discog?

              processor" at Nov 21, 94 00:00:42 am

        Could anyone take a few minutes and send me a discog of subject
line bands?  I am mostly interested in albums and outstanding EPs, not
everything they have done.  And how easy is this material to find?  Thank
you all from the shithole of America, San Diego. 8-)
                        P. Oltraver



                        More than pennies for my dreams
                        Make me bleed to make them true

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 14:46:14 -0800
From: Brett Bull (eaeg348@EA.OAC.UCI.EDU)
Subject: Re: Interview - Music


> >Does anyone know the composer/artist that did the music for "Interview
> >with the vampire"?

I did not see the movie but the music used in the preview is In the
Nursery. I do not know if the same music was also used in the movie.

Brett

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 15:23:42 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: Unrest; Boo Radleys


> 2. I just stumbled across a promo single for the Boo Radleys "Lazy Day",
> and I really like it ("Lazy Day", "Vegas", "Feels Like Tomorrow", and
> "Whiplashed").  What else do they have out?  How does it compare (both in
> quality and musical style)?

here's what I've been able to find...
boo up! ep
boo! forever ep
lazy day (promo - teh one you've got - I think  it's called adrenalin for
the orig. UK release)
everything's alright forever
lazarus ep
i hang suspended ep
giant steps
wish i was skinny ep
learning to walk (ep comp. - boo up! plus every heaven and ???)
barney (...and me) ep
wish i was skinny (japan)
lazarus remixes i
lazarus remixes ii
lazarus (columbia promo - has 1 acoustic version of ... something that I
haven't seen anywhere else..)
...and some more promos...

If I were you, I'd get boo up and boo! forever and everything's alright
forever.  Then - they start going crezy with this stuff - into the eps
before/after giant steps (which I think are actually better than the
album...).  Watch out, though - some of the earlier eps are
*out*of*print*.

If you want more info, #s or whatever, email me. :)

Has anyone else noticed that there seem to be lots of boo radleys promos
in circulation?

                            n9344881@cc.wwu.edu
  "He who clearly apprehends the scheme of existence does not rejoice over
 life, nor repine at death; for he knows that external limits are not final."


Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 15:28:40 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: depressing stuff


Sir Mix-a-Lot and Disposable Heroes of Hiphopwhatever.

They depress me to hell... they're just soo stinkin' boring!!!  I get
headaches just thinking about them...

                            n9344881@cc.wwu.edu
  "He who clearly apprehends the scheme of existence does not rejoice over
 life, nor repine at death; for he knows that external limits are not final."

Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 16:09:56 -0800
From: Ernest Lopez (elopez@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Suggestions wanted


I would suggest some Lisa Suckdog, particulary the classic "Drugs Are Nice"
but I forgot you mentioned "clean and kooky".

In that case, pick up some Shonen Knife.

i like to take baths,
elopez@chaph.usc.edu


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