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Subject: HELIUM ON B&B
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 22:49:59 -0500
From: Neil Impelluso (neil.impelluso@CIRCELLAR.COM)
Subject: HNIA
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 20:46:00 M
From: Jacob Paul Leonard (JLeonard@ST.CEU.EDU)
Subject: Ars Poetica
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 20:46:32 -0800
From: Cynthia Eng (cindyeng@U.WASHINGTON.EDU)
Subject: dcd ' i can see now' lyrics
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 00:29:34 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: Eden/Lycia/projekt records update
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 01:08:19 -0500
From: Melvin Snerdly (Popolv@AOL.COM)
Subject: columbus towards the within film
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 02:44:03 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:43:30 +0000
From: HM Cambridge (hmc4@tmphost.york.ac.uk)
Subject: University
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:53:40 +0000
From: "A.J. Norman" (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: Eau Vive
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 04:15:15 -0800
From: Brian Lyons (brianlyo@GODFATHER.CYBERQUEST.COM)
Subject: Other Michael Brook
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:14:26 -0500
From: "Carl E. Lewis" (celew@CONNCOLL.EDU)
Subject: Reply to Eden/Lycia/projekt records update
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 08:22:11 -0600
From: kjv@AQUARIUS1.CIM.CDC.COM
Subject: Re: Slowdive Update
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 14:18:55 PST
From: shelly rae lesher (srlesher@PINE.SHU.AC.UK)
Subject: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:31:41 EST
From: TOM HOMULKA (THOMULKA@SPL.MHS.COMPUSERVE.COM)
Subject: Re: Ars Poetica
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:09:54 -0600
From: kendal obermeyer (kobermey@UNLINFO.UNL.EDU)
Subject: Re: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 15:48:09 +0000
From: "gillian.hardy" (aa1gha@ORAC.SUND.AC.UK)
Subject: Re: Other Michael Brook
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 08:58:04 -0800
From: Mark Hamburg (mhamburg@MV.US.ADOBE.COM)
Subject: Re: Siouxsie
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:00:44 -0500
From: "Minky S@aol.com." (MinkyS@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: King Of Sweet cd for trade
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 11:02:31 -0800
From: Rick Stone (crnholio@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: Galaxie 500, A.R. Kane....
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 11:22:39 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:09:43 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: My Personal Web Page (non-music content)
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:20:58 -0500
From: Jan Hanford (jhanford@SHELBY.COM)
Subject: Re: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:11:13 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:30:09 -0800
From: shabanashi (zorg@ALOIS.ICON.PALO-ALTO.MED.VA.GOV)
Subject: Re: Massive (Attack)
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 15:52:03 -0500
From: jill (unrest@WAM.UMD.EDU)
Subject: Re: 4ad promo stuff
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 23:35:43 EST
From: "John M. Renfroe 823-5045" (RENFROJ@MAIL.FIRN.EDU)
Subject:
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:30:44 EST
From: "the missing 8th dwarf: mopey" (jjvenkit@SCIENCE.WATSTAR.UWAT
Subject: breeders fan club/new spiritualized
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:18:49 EST
From: alan daniel (adaniel@ENG.CLEMSON.EDU)
Subject: Re: Eau Vive
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:25:47 -0500
From: Joe Luna (joealuna@QUIKNET.COM)
Subject: Re: oliver
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 19:18:22 -0500
From: "(David Gionfriddo)" (DscribeDC@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: Going South
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:15:30 -0800
From: Heretic-Toc the Eastre Clock (payn@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Going South
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:26:05 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled & Siouxsie
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:25:05 -0800
From: David Mccallum (mccallum@EFN.ORG)

Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 22:49:59 -0500
From: Neil Impelluso (neil.impelluso@CIRCELLAR.COM)
Subject: HELIUM ON B&B


 > From: CCMAIL.WCC.COM!BCLAUXX0_at_WC-Oakland1
 > Subject:      My other helium question
 > X-To:         4ad recording artists list

 > Does anyone know/remember which video they released?   I happened to
 > see it on
 > an episode of Beavis and Butthead.  Butthead said something to the
 > effect that
 > Mary looked like she "wanted some."  Yay.

The video was "XXX".

 Neil
neil.impelluso@circellar.com

Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 20:46:00 M
From: Jacob Paul Leonard (JLeonard@ST.CEU.EDU)
Subject: HNIA


     Does anybody remember the promo cassette that 4ad released before Mouth
By Mouth came out.  Red House Painters was on the other side.  4ad gave them
out free if you wrote to the address in the MBM magazine ads.  The cassette
has the MBM version of The Dirteaters with the "Ironweed" sample: "I'd eat
all the dirt. . . " which is not on the MBM dirteaters. Understand?
     Anyway, I somehow lost my copy and would love a copy if any of you have
it.  Just write to my personal box.  ThANkS!!!!

                                         -Jacob Paul Leonard
                                          jleonard@st.ceu.edu

Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 20:46:32 -0800
From: Cynthia Eng (cindyeng@U.WASHINGTON.EDU)
Subject: Ars Poetica


Hasn't anyone else yet discovered this group? I've been wondering then,
if they're only local. Anyways, if you like Cocteau Twins, I'm pretty
sure you'll like Ars Poetica. I hope there's someone else out there. I
keep trying to figure out how to compare the two, but I don't want to
screw up the explanation.

Cindy


                         ,       \        /      ,
                        / \      )\_____/(      / \
                      /     \   (_\     /_)   /     \
   _________________/________\___\@     @/__/_________\_________________
   :                             :\ . . /:                             :
   : You have nothing to           \ _ /      -Cindy Eng-              :
   : fear from my baser             V V       cindyeng@u.washington.edu:
   : instincts; its my finer                                           :
   : ones that tell me to                                              :
   : kill you.                                                         :
   :___________________________________________________________________:
               :    /\ /\/         \ \          \/\ /\    :
               :  /   V  '          > >          ' V   \  :
               :/     '            / /             '     \:
               '                   \/                     '


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 00:29:34 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: dcd ' i can see now' lyrics


this little post on the lyrics of 'i can see now' will probably not come as a
great surprise to most of you but...

 i really like i can see now off of towards the within but i have always
found it funny in the first few lines he sings


"if you were a sailor, i'd raise the anchor
to sail the seas
in search of you and me and god."

and then i could not tell what comes next. i found the sort of religious tone
of this funny. however it dawned on me one night that he pauses wrong when he
sings the song and the lines should go


"if you were a sailor, i'd raise the anchor
to sail the seas
in search of you and me.
and god conjures currents to break our fragile bones
and both the innocent and the dammed are swallowed up in his wake."

the god part belongs with the next stanza not with the you and me one.

just a public service announcement. i can't wait to see einexile's comments


todd sanders
didn't feel like any snappy sig line


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 01:08:19 -0500
From: Melvin Snerdly (Popolv@AOL.COM)
Subject: Eden/Lycia/projekt records update


Sorry to post about Eden again, but i just found out that my information from
the previous message was wrong. Eden's new one should be out about March or
most likely April.  And about that CD of rarities, outakes, and a couple live
songs of theirs', it will be distributed by projekt/darkwave sometime soon,
but they are not sure when because of it possibly conflicitng with the
immenent release of their new album on projekt.

Lycia as well has a couple new CD's coming soon.  For February, there's a
'side project' called Bleak which is essentially the same guys from Lycia
(Mike and David), but the music is more noisy, almost industrial.  The album
name is Vane.  I have heard one of the songs from it (its been finished for 6
months now), and it was really damn good, and i don't even like noisy
industrial stuff!  And sometime in the Spring will be the new Lycia album,
which I believe is going to be a double CD.  Expect this album, like the new
Eden, to be different from their earlier work as well.

Also, there will be a new Projekt sampler CD out in a couple of months.  It's
not one of the Gray Land series compilations.  It's just a sampler, with
tracks from most all the projekt releases of the past few years (both of the
Love Spirals, Lovesliescrushing, etc.), including the new Eden and Lycia
which most likely won't be out before the sampler.  Thus, getting the sampler
would give you a sneak preview of what those albums sound like.


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 02:44:03 -0500
From: Todd Sanders (TS61822@AOL.COM)
Subject: columbus towards the within film


i want to know how many of you are going to the wexner center showing of
towards the within.

i will be attending the 7:30 show and would like to meet anyone who may be
there from thislisty.

drop me a post.


todd sanders

"make mine a 99"


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:43:30 +0000
From: HM Cambridge (hmc4@tmphost.york.ac.uk)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled


I'm listening to the soundtrack to the film Shopping and
just noticed a sample of This Mortal Coil on the One Dove
track.
This is the only 4AD sample I've heard. Are there any others?

'H'
(Snapper)


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:53:40 +0000
From: "A.J. Norman" (nja@LEICESTER.AC.UK)
Subject: University


Matt Krom  wrote:
>
> I think I know why some people have said that the new Throwing Muses
> material reminds them of House Tornado.  First of all, it's really
> good!  Also, "Bright Yellow Gun" has the same feel for me as "Juno",
> probably especially because of David's playing...

Not sure about this comparison myself - "Juno" is probably my favourite
Muses song, and I don't think anything on "University" comes close (good
though that album is).

"K. Bruner"  wrote:
>
> Yes, it is good.  I've only listened to it one and a half times, but
> there wasn't a track I didn't like!  It's also different from House
> Tornado in that the songs vary stylistically more than HT, which is not
> to say that HT is monotonous, just that the songs are more consistent
> and similar in tone.

I thought exactly the opposite - I think "University" is probably the
most consistent album they have done, with a fairly uniform sound and
quality.  Probably because Tanya's songs tended to stand out on the
older albums (not as being better, but as being different), and "Red
Heaven" has some pretty drastic stylistic swings on it.  "The Curse" is
consistently dreadful, but that's another story...

Andrew Reynhout  wrote:
>
> I really do like the new record.  It took awhile to grow on me (got the
> advance from a friend a few weeks ago,) and it's not going to change my
> world like the first four releases did, but it's a good solid record
> with a few great songs ("Snakeface" and "Crabtown" especially.)

Those two (and "Bright Yellow Gun") are the ones I'd pick as obvious
standouts.  And "Crayon Sun", from the single, which is oddly catchy for
such a slow, strange song.

> At least she didn't feel a need to include another prominent vocalist
> on this one.  She's much better all alone.  Bob and Mike crowded her
> out, kinda like that Hope Sandoval / J&MChain thing.  She does do more
> multi-tracked vocals than usual.
>
> I still miss Tanya.

The multi-tracking, I think, is the reason that people are comparing it
to "House Tornado".  She's replaced Tanya with her own voice, which
doesn't always work, but most of the time it does.  I think it has more
of an "old-style" Muses sound than "Red Heaven", and it's the
combination of that and the lack of obvious pop that make "House
Tornado" comparisons tempting.  I thought Stipe's vocals on "Your Ghost"
were wonderful, Mould's on "Dio" wrecked the song - but then I have a
problem with that whole album (who would have guessed?).  Big (but not
particularly informative) interview with Tanya in this week's NME, she's
on the cover as well.  The Belly album is supposed to be less commercial
than "Star", which sounds promising - my one complaint about "Star" was
that it sounded slightly too sweet sometimes.

--
Andrew Norman, Leicester, England // nja@le.ac.uk // 19/01/95
On my walkman this morning : Can - compilation 68-75
The path of its departure still is free:


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 04:15:15 -0800
From: Brian Lyons (brianlyo@GODFATHER.CYBERQUEST.COM)
Subject: Eau Vive


   Hi 4ad enthusiasts, just wanted to let you know about an ensemble I think
many of you would appreciate. They are called Eau Vive and reside here in
Seattle, Washington.There is a core songwriting group of 3 musicians.
These are : Jeff D'onofrio:hammered dulcimer,acoustic guitar, and percussion
            Darren Howard: Acoustic guitar, alto and tenor recorder and perc.
            Jordan: vocals, keyboard, percussion
   In addition to the above instrumentation, violin, cello, oboe, and bass
guitar are usually all part of the writing process, and are supplied by other
writing members of the group.
    The music is comprised of elements of mediaeval, renaissance, celtic,
Persian, Spanish, and Jazz, each influence being interspersed appropriately
throughout their collection of works.
   If anyone is interested, 6 song demo cassetes are available. The tape
is  about 30 minutes long, recorded on high bias tape and costs five dollars
plus postage.If you're interested, please e-mail me personally and I will
take care of your order.
   I am a friend of the bands' and as none of them are internet subscribers,
I volunteered to help them out. The tape is highly recommended! Hope to
hear from you soon.....thanks, Brian Lyons, Seattle.


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:14:26 -0500
From: "Carl E. Lewis" (celew@CONNCOLL.EDU)
Subject: Other Michael Brook


As long as we're talking about Michael Brook material here, I thought I'd
mention that he produced and played infinite guitar on the most recent
Pogues album, "Waiting for Herb."  It is not like any other Brook
material, of course, but it is an interesting combination.  I have been a
fan of both The Pogues and Michael Brook for a long time, so I was pleased to
hear them working together.  The infinite guitar fits in pretty well with
the Pogues sound.
                                - CARL

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 08:22:11 -0600
From: kjv@AQUARIUS1.CIM.CDC.COM
Subject: Reply to Eden/Lycia/projekt records update

              19 Jan 95 01:08:19 EST" <2f1e03f82178002@zeus.cdc.com>

>Also, there will be a new Projekt sampler CD out in a couple of months.  It's
>not one of the Gray Land series compilations.  It's just a sampler, with
>tracks from most all the projekt releases of the past few years (both of the
>Love Spirals, Lovesliescrushing, etc.), including the new Eden and Lycia
>which most likely won't be out before the sampler.  Thus, getting the sampler
>would give you a sneak preview of what those albums sound like.

Has the third Heavenly Voices come out yet?

___________________________________________________________________
Kent J. Vanderwaal
kjv@catherine.cim.cdc.com
"gifted child, omouidashite yo"
-------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 14:18:55 PST
From: shelly rae lesher (srlesher@PINE.SHU.AC.UK)
Subject: Re: Slowdive Update


Oh happy happy day.  Just received a promo of the new Slowdive.  Imagine my
suprise when the new Belly arrived as well.  Have not listened to them yet, but.
...

Cheers!
Shelly, who thinks there are some MAJOR perks being music editor.


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:31:41 EST
From: TOM HOMULKA (THOMULKA@SPL.MHS.COMPUSERVE.COM)
Subject: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"


Does anyone know the release date (US and UK) for Belly's "Now They'll
Sleep" cd-single and the catalog number?

Thanks,
Tom
thomulka@spl.mhs.compuserve.com


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 09:09:54 -0600
From: kendal obermeyer (kobermey@UNLINFO.UNL.EDU)
Subject: Re: Ars Poetica

              95 08:46:32 pm

        TELL ME MORE (kendal)

>
> Hasn't anyone else yet discovered this group? I've been wondering then,
> if they're only local. Anyways, if you like Cocteau Twins, I'm pretty
> sure you'll like Ars Poetica. I hope there's someone else out there. I
> keep trying to figure out how to compare the two, but I don't want to
> screw up the explanation.
>
> Cindy
>
>
>                          ,       \        /      ,
>                         / \      )\_____/(      / \
>                       /     \   (_\     /_)   /     \
>    _________________/________\___\@     @/__/_________\_________________
>    :                             :\ . . /:                             :
>    : You have nothing to           \ _ /      -Cindy Eng-              :
>    : fear from my baser             V V       cindyeng@u.washington.edu:
>    : instincts; its my finer                                           :
>    : ones that tell me to                                              :
>    : kill you.                                                         :
>    :___________________________________________________________________:
>                :    /\ /\/         \ \          \/\ /\    :
>                :  /   V  '          > >          ' V   \  :
>                :/     '            / /             '     \:
>                '                   \/                     '
>

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 15:48:09 +0000
From: "gillian.hardy" (aa1gha@ORAC.SUND.AC.UK)
Subject: Re: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"

              95 10:31:41 am

It's out in the UK next Monday (23rd January) and the catalogue
number is, umm....  CAD 5002  (I think, or it could be 5004 come
to think of it).

Belly were on Mark Radcliffe last night too and played about 4 songs...
Now They'll Sleep, Super Connected and 2 others which I can't remember
the title of at the mo.

love and moshing vibes
Gizz


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 08:58:04 -0800
From: Mark Hamburg (mhamburg@MV.US.ADOBE.COM)
Subject: Re: Other Michael Brook


At  9:14 AM 1/19/95 -0500, Carl E. Lewis wrote:
>As long as we're talking about Michael Brook material here, I thought I'd
>mention that he produced and played infinite guitar on the most recent
>Pogues album, "Waiting for Herb."  It is not like any other Brook
>material, of course, but it is an interesting combination.  I have been a
>fan of both The Pogues and Michael Brook for a long time, so I was pleased to
>hear them working together.  The infinite guitar fits in pretty well with
>the Pogues sound.
>                                - CARL

He also plays on Robert Fripp & David Sylvian album Damage. His playing is
largely overshadowed by Fripp's however.

Mark

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:00:44 -0500
From: "Minky S@aol.com." (MinkyS@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: Siouxsie


I thought the Morrissey/Siouxsie single was rather good! I'm not the biggest
Morrissey fan, but Siouxsie's voice sounds as beautiful as ever.
By the way, does anyone have the Banshees new album? I have the single, "O
Baby", but I've heard that the album is quite different. Someone please give
a review!

                         Minky

"Handcuffed in lace, blood and sperm"


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 11:02:31 -0800
From: Rick Stone (crnholio@NETCOM.COM)
Subject: Re: King Of Sweet cd for trade

              "gks@MANTA.MOD.DSTO.GOV.AU" at Jan 19, 95 12:35:37 pm

> I am interested in trading my King Of Sweet cd for any of the
> following on cd :
>
> Lush - Spooky ltd edition

I have this disk and would be willing to trade for KOS.

Let me know if you're interested.

Rick

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 11:22:39 -0800
From: Heffalump (n9344881@CC.WWU.EDU)
Subject: Re: Galaxie 500, A.R. Kane....


> I've been hunting madly for the elusive Galaxie 500 discs. Finally found a
> place in Denver that can get them, for a good $19 a pop :( . Also was informed
> that there is an import-only (of course!) disc of B-sides and outtakes....

I've never heard of this one... none of my friends have either.  Do you
have more info on it?  Is it a bootleg?  Maybe it's  new release...

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: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:09:43 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled


On Thu, 19 Jan 1995, HM Cambridge wrote:

> This is the only 4AD sample I've heard. Are there any others?
>
Well, of course, there's the Messiah song "Temple of Dreams" that samples
Song to the Siren, and there is another techno song that I enquired about
long ago, but never received a response, that samples "Daylight Dreams
and Echoes".
  ---anyone have any info on that song?
Ivo

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 10:20:58 -0500
From: Jan Hanford (jhanford@SHELBY.COM)
Subject: My Personal Web Page (non-music content)


Hi everybody.  I wanted to let everyone know that I just put my personal web
page up.  If you have a chance please take a look and let me know what you
think.  Thanks!


Jan

==================================================================
Jan Hanford - Logika Inc. - Walter Shelby Group Ltd.
jhanford@shelby.com - Internet Software Developers
==================================================================

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:11:13 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Belly "Now They'll Sleep"


On Thu, 19 Jan 1995, gillian.hardy wrote:

> It's out in the UK next Monday (23rd January) and the catalogue
> number is, umm....  CAD 5002  (I think, or it could be 5004 come
> to think of it).
>
No, CAD 5002 is University.  I believe Now They'll Sleep is BAD 5003.

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 12:30:09 -0800
From: shabanashi (zorg@ALOIS.ICON.PALO-ALTO.MED.VA.GOV)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled

              at Jan 19, 95 12:09:43 pm

ivo said:
>
> On Thu, 19 Jan 1995, HM Cambridge wrote:
>
> > This is the only 4AD sample I've heard. Are there any others?
> >
> Well, of course, there's the Messiah song "Temple of Dreams" that samples
> Song to the Siren, and there is another techno song that I enquired about
> long ago, but never received a response, that samples "Daylight Dreams
> and Echoes".

On the last No-Man album (forgot the title, Flowermouth?), there is
a track that has a sample of Lisa Gerrard (Song of Sophia, I think)
running through it.  This album also features Robert Fripp.

Ed
--
Edward Wakabayashi                        Please suspend          o.-.o
Sleep Lab, x4227                          disbelief until         ((^))
zorg@alois.icon.palo-alto.med.va.gov      further notice.        0}._.{0
or just shout 'Hey-up Ed!'                                       O/   \O

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 15:52:03 -0500
From: jill (unrest@WAM.UMD.EDU)
Subject: Re: Massive (Attack)


On Wed, 18 Jan 1995 jtgayton@POLISCI.WISC.EDU wrote:

> I asked this before, and if anyone responded, I missed it.  Can anyone tell
> me what Massive/Massive Attack is/are like?  I've heard that they might be
> right up my alley (at least the alley I've been walking along recently).
> I've heard them compared to Portished and Scorn.  I love both of these
> bands, so would I like Massive?  Thanks.
>
> -- Jeff

massive attack is so dang cool:)
their new release comes out state-wide jan.24 and is worthwhile...

their sound ranges--mostly they are smooth, silky sounding electronic
pop. there are two songs on the release that are hip hop in nature.
there's even a really hilarious sounding version of the door's "light my
fire."


jill

"everybody on-line" ...irresistible force
>


Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 23:35:43 EST
From: "John M. Renfroe 823-5045" (RENFROJ@MAIL.FIRN.EDU)
Subject: Re: 4ad promo stuff


Yes, I'm definately interested in the Unrest promo disk.
E-mail me personally to work out the details.
matt
renfroj@mail.firn.edu


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:30:44 EST
From: "the missing 8th dwarf: mopey" (jjvenkit@SCIENCE.WATSTAR.UWAT RLOO.CA> >>>Not many people >>> play jAZZMASTERS and jAGUARS. >>> >> >> The bridge design on the Jazzmaster and the Jaguar is awful, period. It >> has no sustain to speak of, and any amount of semi-enthusiastic strumming >> usually results in a string or two slipping on the bridge grooves and >> going horribly out of tune. > >Mine stays in tune pretty well, as long as I don't go absolutly nutz. >The sustain *is* lacking, but this also makes for a nice initial attack, >because the overall sound is so "dinky". > i had huge tuning problems with my jazzmaster when i had the tremolo set to go both up and down. one i set it to go only down, and started using my chording hand to bend the string to "go up" i've ne'er gone out of tune. i have, however found that both the nut on the tremolo bar "holder" and the nut on the output jack loosen quite often. once onstage, right before a gig, i had to use plyier to pull the ouput jack back through and then tighten it. the tremolo nut fell of once during a practice and i had to pull the front of the guitar and piece it back together. it was nice though to see the "floating tremolo." i just strum lightly, and tighten everything monthly... .v. .mopey.

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:18:49 EST
From: alan daniel (adaniel@ENG.CLEMSON.EDU)
Subject: breeders fan club/new spiritualized


yesterday, the store i work at received a copy of a breeders fan pack.  it is   
alled 'breeders digest' and contains a small zine that contains all sorts of
stuff, a button, and the cd 'the breeders live in stockholm'.
the cd was recorded at 'gino' and contains:
        shocker in gloomtown
        new year
        hellbound
        saints
        i just want to get along
        sos
        roi
        no aloha
also there is a form you can mail in to receive the next two issues(the one in
the pack is issue one) and tour updates, but they will not accept photo copies.

hopefully this not old news, i've only been on the list six months.  if anyone
wants a pack, our store can probably get more copies.  it was $19.99, but i get
a discount; so your loooking at about $18-19 with bubble pack and shipping.

also, our store received a copy of spiritualized new album 'electric mainline'.
it has 14 songs, which include all songs off the 'electric mainline' ep and
one off the 'medication' ep.  i really think its the best stuff jason has done
since spacemen 3.  the album doesn't come out until march 28, but if anyone
wants a copy for the cost of a tape and shipping, let me know.

alan
adaniel@eng.clemson.edu

Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:25:47 -0500
From: Joe Luna (joealuna@QUIKNET.COM)
Subject: Re: Eau Vive


>>   If anyone is interested, 6 song demo cassetes are available. The tape
>is  about 30 minutes long, recorded on high bias tape and costs five dollars
>plus postage.If you're interested, please e-mail me personally and I will
>take care of your order.
>   I am a friend of the bands' and as none of them are internet subscribers,
>I volunteered to help them out. The tape is highly recommended! Hope to
>hear from you soon.....thanks, Brian Lyons, Seattle.
>  yEAH!

I'm interested

joe
  - Luna -


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 19:18:22 -0500
From: "(David Gionfriddo)" (DscribeDC@AOL.COM)
Subject: Re: oliver


FYI, it's Vaughn Oliver.  And I think that it is available at Go! discs in
Arlington, VA.  I know that they were laying in a stock of All Virgos are Mad
T-shirts and other Oliver memoribilia.  Why not give them a call and see if
they can help.  Don't know about the cost, though.

Dave G.


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:15:30 -0800
From: Heretic-Toc the Eastre Clock (payn@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Going South


>This video world premiered yesterday on 120 minutes (hosted by the
>oh-so-personalityless chicks of luscious jackson), and I LOVED it.

Hey, didn't one of those girls used to be Kate from the Beastie Boys (back
in their punk days)? I don't know if she's personalityless now, but she
used to be quite cool....

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Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 17:26:05 -0800
From: ivo (beswick@chaph.usc.edu)
Subject: Re: Going South


On Thu, 19 Jan 1995, Heretic-Toc the Eastre Clock wrote:

> >This video world premiered yesterday on 120 minutes (hosted by the
> >oh-so-personalityless chicks of luscious jackson), and I LOVED it.
>
> Hey, didn't one of those girls used to be Kate from the Beastie Boys (back
> in their punk days)? I don't know if she's personalityless now, but she
> used to be quite cool....
>
Yuppers!  she's cool and all, but just lacking in the on-air talk department.


Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 18:25:05 -0800
From: David Mccallum (mccallum@EFN.ORG)
Subject: Re: 4AD sampled & Siouxsie


        Isn't Dead Can Dance sampled extensively on The Future Sound of
London's "Papua New Guinea"?  (A track that owes so much to Meat Beat
Manifesto's "Radio Babylon" it's pitiful.)
        Also let me put in a thumbs up for the Morrissey & Siouxsie
single.  It's beautiful.


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