Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 01:34:45 -0700
It seems like the confusion over The Amps EP is meritted.
The site lists two:
Tip City, 3 Track EP, BAD 5015
Pacer, 4 Track EP, BAD 5015
(Haven't actually heard any of The Amps to be able to criticize or praise them)
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 01:44:29 -0700
I was wondering, the "no june" song is the first and last songs on the 10"
isn't it? They aren't sandwiched in the middle?
I just played some of it on a fill-in show today at the station and listened
to it afterwards. The titles are kind of hard to connect to the songs...
so far as I could tell; I think the person who reviewed it labelled the
songs on each side wrong (there being no titles printed on the record itself.)
I rather like the second song on side 1(?), the "sticking sign is you" song.
Overall, the production is very Warren-- pretty fun stuff. Ian in one ear,
guitar in the other. Tah dah! they switch sides! Very nice noises to entertain
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 03:15:44 -0700
i'm bored and i need something fun to do. forget i even mentioned
jOHN...this is all for me...he can find his own people to play
with....but someone...please...give me a creative outlet....
i really am musically inclined...
...having a relationship with a seemingly sexist, asshole pig who
couldn't give a fuck about anything but getting some "hoots" and
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 05:40:51 -0700
The video for "Cheap Cuts" by Liquorice will air tonight -- Sunday,
October 22nd @ midnight -- on MTV's 120 Minutes (US/Canada)
shane | firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 14:13:15 +0100
>I was wondering, the "no june" song is the first and last songs on the 10"
>isn't it? They aren't sandwiched in the middle?
You mean the tracks called 'Grows' and 'Friendly'? They are indeed the first
and last songs on the 10". Just have a look a the running grooves. One side
is clearly marked FRG-08 A, the other FRG 08-B.
cassette? Please let us know if it's still worth to get the cassette if you
have the 10"?
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 09:35:34 -0400
Oh yeah...this Amps confusion thing reminded me of something I've been
meaning to ask...
I have an advance promo CD of Mojave3's "Ask Me Tomorrow", and on the disk
it says "[copyright symbol] 1992, 4AD". What's up with that? Am I mistaking
something for something else? Like, is the design of the promo CD copyrighted
in 1992, or did they flub the copyright date of the CD itself by putting 1992
instead of 1995? (I'm tempted to believe the former, since I don't think
4AD would necessarily own the copyright to the recording...).
Anyways, I haven't look at my other 4AD promo CD's to determine if this is
unique to just the Mojave3 one or not...
Just wonderin', and thought I'd ask.
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 14:27:51 +0000
My CD's were likely dumped out of plane into the Atlantic en route, and
these are the only things I'll find hard to replace (assuming my parents
insured the package). I'm willing to pay a reasonable price to someone
who doesn't value them quite as much as I do.
I also have the NTSC ver of the AVAM video which I would trade for these two
cds, or a dub for dubs of either of these two on Cr02 tapes. (I can't get
ahold of the video until mid-december though--it's at home)
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 12:26:03 -0400
>why does everyone have to cover big star??????
Yeah, I mean, rilly! That's so, like, three years ago...
> goodall still scares me, less than 24
> hours later..even had nightmares because of his freaky come hither
> pagan love maneuvers behind the drumkit...
pick on a poor old man, would you?
> the swirlies on the 27th..
does that mean the album will finally be coming out soon?
BTW, where *is* jOHN? He hasn't posted in a long time...
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 18:18:33 -0400
NO RUMOUR. It's true I've heard it from many a person on dreampop
and mbv. This hurts, medicine is still my favorite band. My god, I just,
this is really difficult. Someone said this:
"After the intensely volatile yet excellent gig in Denver, (with a certain
amount of cursing and spitting during the show), we finally all had it out
in for quite a few hours into the early morning, which somehow ended on a
barely civil note. Without getting detailed, Brad wants to move on
without Jim or Beth on other projects. So, we decided to complete the
tour, making these are our last remaining dates ever. We finish off with a
very big show in LA, which promises to be a grand affair with a definite
note of finality to it."
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 15:55:53 EDT
I'll sell them to ya for $21.00 each.
The show is on Oct. 25th at 8pm in the Wiltern Theater.
Orchestra section, row O, seats 18 and 20.
Please either e-mail me at email@example.com (I don't subscribe to
or call at 310-914-9700.
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 16:16:59 -0700
On Sun, 22 Oct 1995, Larry Koch wrote:
> pick on a poor old man, would you?
oh, i *know* he's a nice guy...he's just scary onstage...
> BTW, where *is* jOHN? He hasn't posted in a long time...
j does not post because he moved out of my house, therefore he has no
computer nor computer access.
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 18:46:16 -0500
>(Haven't actually heard any of The Amps to be able to criticize or praise them)
I've heard the title track off tip city on the radio a couple of times,
sounds like a mix between the breeders and sonic youth, but I'm going to
there show on monday, I'll send in a full write up.
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 1995 20:21:24 -0400
what do you think about the soundtrack from "Diva"?