Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 00:30:12 -0400
I sure some of you are tired of reading reviews of Twinlights, but i felt i
had to get what i was feeling off of my chest. From what i had been reading
on several lists, i had no idea what to expect. What i did expect was a new
direction, since i have been listening to them since about 1984, and every
album hold something new; some new direction that they explore. I have to
say, though, that this EP took me by surprise. I absolutely love it. The
arrangements are delicate and well thought out, the mood is intimate and
warm, and that voice! This EP, I feel, showcases the best of the
ever-changing Cocteau Twins. Even the artwork is facinating. They have
stated that this EP is not their 'new' sound, but i would love if they did a
full album in this style. 'Otherness' will have a new direction; 'Milk and
Kisses' will have a direction...and so on...and so on...that's what I love
about CT...you can't pigeonhole them...
Ok...to answer David's question:
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 12:05:43 GMT-3
> OK. I'm new to the list, but is there a consensus out there as to
> what our favorite cocteau twins album is? I know this poses a deep,
> disturbing question in my heart....but I vote heaven or las vegas.
Anyone? No! TREASURE, TREASURE! Treasure!
sao leopoldo rs
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 18:53:56 -0700
I don't know the Cocteau Twins as well online here as I know others are,
but in my opinion, the best Twins albums are...
1) Blue Bell Knoll
2) The Pink Opaque
4) Moon and the Melodies
"They say she done them, all of them in.
They say she done it with an axe."
On Fri, 6 Oct 1995,
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 02:35:40 -0400
Some how I doubt it. Mark K. wishes he was the tortured soul he trys to make
him self to be. He's more of a sorry soul and creates his own problems. I'm
surprised someone hasn't slapped him silly and told him to get over his big
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 02:55:39 +0100
> > Speaking of "Carnage Visors", does anyone know if it has ever found its wa
> > onto CD? I know it was found on the b-sides of cassette releases of
> > "Faith" for a while, but I lost my copy...
When they toured in Europe during the spring of 1981, they used some
introfilm instead of a support-act, I remember hearing the "soundtrack"
to this short film was put on the b-side of the cassette-version of Faith.
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Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 12:33:46 -0400
The Moon and the Melodies. (I know it's not under their name, but let's not
get too complicated existentially speaking.)
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 12:30:31 -0400
>>has "seeperbold" been released anywhere other than the select magazine
>>cassette? just wondering,
>Which issue of select is this?
April '95. It's not found anywhere else.
>I haven't heard about this song before; it
>could be on Refried Ectoplasm I suppose (which I haven't got yet).
It isn't, but it could be added to the US version, I suppose.
>of which, anyone know of a US release date for RE?
I think I saw a mention of it among the upcoming releases in AP, but all I
know is that it'll be out before the end of the year, on Drag City, if I
>"After that ("Pygmalion"), Slowdive didn't so much split as take a shift
>in direction, one that a couple of the other members weren't comfortable
So who left, exactly? Simon and Nick? And who are the new members, if any?
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 10:04:23 -0700
> What do people out there think of the band Garbage? In a way
>almost taken back immediately at the idea of entering a world of
>stone articled bands...but I got the album anyway. Theyr'e prety good.
>lyrics are kinda...poppy, girly band sounding. But the actual music is
>well... prety good.
>What do people think?
this people thinks it is a good release, the tune "vow" hit me as one
of the great listens first time type tunes. Angelfish is so much
better in this gig, her group's release last year was sorta lame,
IMNSHO. "Queer" is another catchy tune. And while i wouldn't call
this brilliant it is very strong, and that's a good thing these days.
Butch did a nice job, kudos...
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 12:41:26 -0500
At 12:53 PM 10/6/95, Chadwick Dorton wrote:
>On Fri, 29 Sep 1995, Frey, Bryan wrote:
>> Speaking of "Carnage Visors", does anyone know if it has ever found its way
>> onto CD? I know it was found on the b-sides of cassette releases of
>> "Faith" for a while, but I lost my copy...
>The Cure has always had a thing for releasing "bonus tracks" on cassette
>and leaving CD and LP buyers out in the cold. As far as I know, "Carnage
>Visors" is only available on cassette, unless they have rereleased it in
>the past few years. (I stopped keeping track of The Cure for the past few
I have both "Carnage Visors" and all their B-sides from "Standing on a
Beach", plus a couple of b-sides from Disintegration ("Late" and another),
on an import compilation called "The Cure B-sides 1979-1989: The Complete
Collection" (er something to that effect, it's at home now...). If you'd
like the exact title, send me email.
The mark of a truly civilized human being is the
ability to read a column of numbers and then weep.
Bertrand Russell (1872-1970)
English Mathematician & Philosopher
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 14:42:34 EDT
There have been several comments on here about when things are coming,
particularly the Mojave LP. Here are the release dates that I know (all UK)
Amps ep - 9th Oct '95
Scheer ep - 9th Oct '95
Air Miami ep - 16th Oct '95
Mojave LP - 16th Oct '95
Air Miami LP - 30th Oct '95
Amps LP - 30th Oct '95
Whether there will be any other releases in '95 is doubtful. There may be a new
Lush ep before Christmas. Early '96 will see LPs from Heidi Berry, Scheer, Lush,
Dead Can Dance, His Name Is Alive and Lisa Germano.
(Current Listening: Stereo - Spooky (Generic), Milk - Garbage (Mushroom),
Initials BB - Mick Harvey (Mute), Where The Wild Roses Grow - Nick Cave & Kylie
Minogue (Mute), Blueprint - Attica Blues (Mo Wax), Outdoor Miner - Flying Saucer
Attack (Domino), Big O Motel - Tarnation (4AD), Love Songs On The Radio - Mojave
(4AD), Little Trouble Girl - Sonic Youth with Kim Deal (Geffen))
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 15:51:56 -0400
The Moon and the Melodies
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 15:54:29 -0400
The new member is Chris, he plays piano, keyboards and is Rachel's
fiancee. He's from Toronto, I met the two of them one night when they
were in Toronto, very nice couple they were.
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 16:08:41 EWT
>Hold up!!!... The tour schedule at american recordings is for last year's
>european tour. I just don't want anyone to be fooled. They should really
no no no... :) the tour schedule on the medicine page is outdated, but the one
on the tours page is up-to-date. the url for that page is:
for those of you without www access, here's their schedule through october:
Sat-Oct-07 Madison, WI Club D'Wash
Sun-Oct-08 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
Tue-Oct-10 St. Louis, MO The Other World
Wed-Oct-11 Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck
Thu-Oct-12 Denver, CO Mercury Cafe
Fri-Oct-13 Salt Lake City, UT Bar & Grill
Sun-Oct-15 Portland, OR Satyricon
Mon-Oct-16 Vancouver, Canada Town Pump
Tue-Oct-17 Seattle, WA Moe
Thu-Oct-19 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill
Fri-Oct-20 Hollywood, CA The Whisky
Sat-Oct-21 Santa Barbara, CA The Underground
Sun-Oct-22 San Diego, CA Casbah
hope this clears some things up...
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 16:48:51 +0700
>When the flexi was released with the fanzine, I mailed a couple to list
>members (hi Ken Darcovich (spelling?), are you still around?). I remember
>Simon Raymonde (I think it was) saying that they just wanted to prove that
>good football songs could be made like theirs and New Order's "World In
>Motion" ... which kinda struck me as odd since I thought both songs were
>pretty shite. Give me "Bradford City, Bradford City, you know we're gonna
>win ... and never give in" any day. At least it's a good sing-a-long!
how about "world cup fever" by air miami and "the official colourbox world
cup theme," whose real greatness lies in the fact that it has no words.
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 17:07:43 +0700
> What do people out there think of the band Garbage? In a way I'm
>almost taken back immediately at the idea of entering a world of rolling
>stone articled bands...but I got the album anyway. Theyr'e prety good. The
>lyrics are kinda...poppy, girly band sounding. But the actual music is
>well... prety good.
>What do people think?
they're another "corporate rock" band. not that all major label stuff is
bad. i just think it's funny that i keep seeing them pegged as a Madison
band (butch vig is from Madison) when i don't ever remember them playing
here. that's my beef with garbage. then again, i could be wrong.
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 15:32:08 -0700
On Sat, 7 Oct 1995 Enfoire@AOL.COM wrote:
> The Moon and the Melodies. (I know it's not under their name, but let's not
> get too complicated existentially speaking.)
But it IS complicated existentially speaking: Harold Budd wrote about two
thirds of the album.
Anyway, while we're not being existentially complicated, the best Cocteau
Twins album is Lifeforms 1-7. :)
einexile, who actually most likes Head Over Heels
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 16:13:19 -0700
On Sat, 7 Oct 1995, Renee Castro wrote:
> Some how I doubt it. Mark K. wishes he was the tortured soul he trys to make
> him self to be. He's more of a sorry soul and creates his own problems. I'm
> surprised someone hasn't slapped him silly and told him to get over his big
> bad self.
Hey, easy on the assumptions and attacks. We don't need that kind of crap
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 16:34:03 -0700
Ok, sorry - stupid question that has been answered before.
Who do I make my time stereo check out to - time stereo, record
collector, or someone else?
"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: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 18:46:55 -0700
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 1995 21:52:04 -0400
it might just turn up that i will not have anyone to go to this concert with.
yeah, i know it sucks and all, but what can i do? so, i *might*
have an extra tix. i will only know for sure tomorrow night, so
if by any chance i can't get any of my friends to come with me, i will
post an *invitation* to the list.
so, anyone in nyc who did not get tix for the show, but who would like to go,
make sure to e-mail me privately after (and if) i post that i am going
i was planning to take a friend who never heard dcd or lisa gerrard, so it
would be an "initiation." :) the only thing that my friend has ever
listened to that come close to the dcd/gerrard sound was deep forest.
*smile* oh, and enigma. :) yeah, i know, a bit lame, perhaps, but
when asked to define lisa's type of music, i could only say: "she
sings middle eastern/middle age like/ethereal music." needless to
say that i got a big "huh?" from my friend.
so i just told her that it was like enigma and deep forest without the hype.
well, perhaps others have better stories about encounters with top
40 radio listeners who are scared/dazzled/baffled/overwhelmed by
4ad music (ok, the likes of CT, DCD, LG, RHP, and HNIA, to name a
ciao, for now...
"And from this springs the extraordinary question: Did the
Egyptians know about electricity?"
- Peter Kolosimo, Terra senza tempo, Milan, Sugar, 1964, p. 111