Date: Sun, 19 May 1996 21:31:45 -0700
The high bid so far is by BluBelKnoll at $72.
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 02:52:01 EDT
I just received issue number 2 of BREEDERS DIGEST this past week. I
almost forgot I subscribed way back when! Kudos to the now San
Francisco based Sheenah Fair and her Breeders zine. She does a
damn fine job and has the band's full support and endorsement.
No CD included with this issue but there are some cool features.
There's an intro piece from Josephine where she talks about the fact
that EVERY fan letter sent in does get read by her.
Kelley has a KELVIS REPORT talking about such things as the
availability of The Breeders on vinyl and what happens to the band's
share of money raised by that "No Alternarive" compilation. Each
Breeder gets their space to write a personal band update and
there's info on Solid State, er, I mean The Kelley Deal 6000 as well.
A discography of The Breeders is included and an expanded Home
Shopping selection for those wanting Breeders pillow cases. You
can order The Kelley Deal 6000 album as well as the 4AD promo
single for "Bragging Party" from The Amps (1AMP).
It's not often such a fanzine or newsletter is sent out from 4AD bands
so it's definitely worth supporting this one! The Scheer "Schism"
newsletter is pretty good too! Why not write Sheenah for info on how
to subscribe to Breeders Digest...
Suite # 250
109 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA
It wasn't mentioned in the zine but I've heard from 4AD themselves
that there will be the inexplicable release from The Amps called
"The Pacer Remixes". I'm not sure who's doing the remixing but
expect it out later this year, unless you know different!
I'm also curious about new signings Gus Gus, Ivo's re-issue plans
for The Jive Bombers and that 10" series. Anyone got any news
about these or other new developments?
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 10:31:52 -0300
i'm writing from Brazil and I run a demo-tapes label. I've already relea
ed 17 tapes of brazilian bands singing in english. The label is called
Midsummer Madness which is the name of the zine i publish for 7 years now (the l
test edition features an exclusive PRAM interview as well as a Teenage Fanclub o
the net interview).
I started the label in order to organize something similar to the beginn
ng of Creation and Sarah Records - and it means, dedicated to a
small and non-commercial sound, that I thing, most of you will like. I'm interes
ed in spreading the idea of good bands around the globe and I hope not to find
arriers especially in this list.
So, if anyone is interested, just send me your postal address that I wil
send a tape of one of my favourite bands released so far: STELLAR. This is a fo
r people band, three guitars , three voices and a percurssion (no bass), sometim
s a girl singing and close to that rollerskate skinny/ pram/ helium/ stereolab-w
thout-a-moog sound. The demo has 11 songs, 36 minutes and is entitled
Hope I am clear enough; JUST SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS AND GET THE TAPE FOR F
EE. If you own a zine, i can send photos too. Mail me privatelly: email@example.com
And sorry for my poor english.
midsummer madness zine & demos
the home page will be out soon
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 08:29:28 -0500
His Name is Alive In Every Ford (Promo - 5 tracks)
$7+post 13-May-1996 firstname.lastname@example.org
His Name is Alive Mouth by Mouth
offers 13-May-1996 email@example.com
Love & Rockets Sweet F.A.
$8 ppd 18-May-1996 firstname.lastname@example.org
$8 ppd 18-May-1996 email@example.com
$6 ppd 13-May-1996 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stereolab CD Refried Ectoplasm [Switched on Volume 2]
$6 13-May-1996 email@example.com
That Dog s/t
$8 ppd 18-May-1996 firstname.lastname@example.org
Throwing Muses Red Heaven
offer 13-May-1996 email@example.com
Please, if you're interested, DON'T TELL ME. I just picked these off the used
CD list, so you should contact the email addresses under each one to talk with
marvyn (doing flips waiting for the new Stina CD)
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 09:59:26 EDT
I went through my 4AD posters and found some spare ones I'd like to swap for
other 4AD posters or postcards and the like. All posters are UK originals and
in mint condition unless indicated otherwise. If you should find anything of
interest and if you have something to offer, please get in touch PRIVATELY, not
via the list.
BELLY - Star
BELLY - Gepetto Remix
BELLY - King
BREEDERS - Safari
BREEDERS - Pod (ex)
DEAD CAN DANCE - Aion
DEAD CAN DANCE - Toward the Within (small pin holes)
DEAD CAN DANCE - Into The Labyrinth (German)
LISA GERMANO - Happiness (small tear, mint otherwise)
LISA GERRARD - Mirror Pool
HIS NAME IS ALIVE - Livonia
LUSH - Black Spring
LUSH - Ladykillers
PALE SAINTS - Comforts of Madness
PALE SAINTS - Flesh Balloon
PALE SAINTS - In Ribbons
PIXIES - Here Comes Your Man (folded)
PIXIES - Velouria
PIXIES - Planet of Sound
PIXIES - Bossanova
PIXIES - Trompe Le Monde
RED HOUSE PAINTERS - Down Colorful Hill
RED HOUSE PAINTERS - Red House Painters II (rollercoaster)
RED HOUSE PAINTERS - Red House Painters III (bridge)
SCHEER - Shea
KENDRA SMITH - Five Ways Of Disappearing (USA)
THIS MORTAL COIL - Blood
ULTRA VIVID SCENE - Joy 1967-1990
UNDERGROUND LOVERS - Leaves me Blind
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 08:48:31 -0700
When did this happen???
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 11:51:23 -0400
Lush may have finished the Shaving The Pavement Tour and headed back to the
UK, but no need to worry they will be back in a few weeks. Here is a list of
places they will be playing. They are doing shows for some the radio station
5/31 Pittsburgh at the Riverplex
6/1 Washington, DC at RFK
6/6 Providence at ?
6/8 Boston at Great Woods
6/9 Hartford at Riverside Park
6/14 San Francisco at Shoreline
6/15 Los Angeles at Irvine Meadows
6/16 San Diego at Hospitality Point
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 12:01:11 EDT
16, 96 3:16 pm
> Just a quick de-cloak to mention the Cocteau Twins date at the 9:30 club
> in Washington DC, Sunday June 9th. Tickets are on sale NOW.
I'm down in Richmond and want to go to the DC show, but I don't know
my way around the city. We were thinking of taking the train into
the city, but don't really know where to get off or go from there.
Could any be kind enough to give me directions.
BTW, I was even debated whether or not to see them this time because
I'm just not impressed with the last few EP's from them. However,
having just picked up the Milk and Kisses album this weekend, I am
happy to say that they are back the way that I have always known and
loved them. So I've just got to see them again!
PS. Does anyone expect this show to sell out? When they came to
Philly the last time, we had our pick of seats because they only
sold about a third of the theater.
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 17:15:53 +-200
I am a music correspondent based in Johannesburg SA, I am interested in =
aquiring a copy of your tape. If you would like I can promote your =
concept to a few collage stations in SA and see if they pick up on it...
My address is - 21 Palm Court
425 Jorrisen st
Thank - you
i'm writing from Brazil and I run a demo-tapes label. I've =
already released 17 tapes of brazilian bands singing in english. The =
label is called
Midsummer Madness which is the name of the zine i publish for 7 years =
now (the latest edition features an exclusive PRAM interview as well as =
a Teenage Fanclub on the net interview).
I started the label in order to organize something similar to =
the beginning of Creation and Sarah Records - and it means, dedicated =
small and non-commercial sound, that I thing, most of you will like. I'm =
interested in spreading the idea of good bands around the globe and I =
hope not to find barriers especially in this list.
So, if anyone is interested, just send me your postal address =
that I will send a tape of one of my favourite bands released so far: =
STELLAR. This is a four people band, three guitars , three voices and a =
percurssion (no bass), sometimes a girl singing and close to that =
rollerskate skinny/ pram/ helium/ stereolab-without-a-moog sound. The =
demo has 11 songs, 36 minutes and is entitled
Hope I am clear enough; JUST SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS AND GET THE =
TAPE FOR FREE. If you own a zine, i can send photos too. Mail me =
And sorry for my poor english.
midsummer madness zine & demos
the home page will be out soon
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 14:14:58 -0400
Regarding Trey Many from HNIA/Liquorice who is/is in Velour...
Someone on the list had mentioned that they bought this CD at a Christian
Music Store a while back...
Saturday, the band played at some Christian Rock hangout in the area
(Birmingham, Alabama). I only found this out last night...
What makes this music-I've heard only one song-Christian? Why has Velour been
put into this category? The lyrics were, on this particky song,
How does one get a hold of this CD? The one song that I did hear was very
good...very HNIA and is, which has been mentioned, produced by Warn
And on the sub of drummers on 4AD's other bands, how does one obtain a copy
of the Dart (which features RHP's Anthony Koutsos on drums) "36 Cents an
Hour" LP? Is it only on Che (i.e. import)?
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 12:56:00 CST
> this goth wannabe girl behind the counter gave me such an attitude!
> first she almost didn't want to sell me my tix because i had an $100 bill
Did you aver step back and think that maybe she was not allowed to
accept large bills due to company policy? Perhaps she would have
had trouble with whomever she works for if she had taken the bill.
This whole rant sound to me like you decided you hated her on site,
and subsequently took everything she did as a personal attack on you.
> ...this excuse for a human being is asking me if i am over 21.
> ...i look way over 21 (though in reality, I AM 21!).
Maybe you don't look over 35. many places have a policy of carding
anyone under 35 (or some other arbitrarily high number) to protect
themselves from getting into trouble with the law. She may have
been concerned that you weren't old enough and would therefore
have trouble getting into the venue. She may have been instructed
to check IDs for anyone who looked younger than a certain age.
It sounds to me like you should be directing your anger at someone
in power (the government, the ticket offices, the organizers of
the show, etc.) rather than attacking a single employee who was
most likely just doing what she was being payed to do.
So I guess this has shit all to do with the 4AD list.
Everyone buy everything on Bedazzled.
"This isn't death, this is just a textural event"
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 17:22:43 -0400
i see that the esp continent cd is being released soon. is this indeed the
masters/defever project from a while back? all this esp stuff has got me
way confused. if i love hnia and spoonfed hybrid, how am i going to feel
about this stuff? i recall people saying it was quite good, but i can't
remember what they said it sounded like.
| C is for CLARA who wasted away |
| bruce levenstein firstname.lastname@example.org |
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 08:52:42 -0800
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 16:02:38 CST
>Regarding Trey Many from HNIA/Liquorice who is/is in Velour...
>Someone on the list had mentioned that they bought this CD at a Christian
>Music Store a while back...
>Saturday, the band played at some Christian Rock hangout in the area
>(Birmingham, Alabama). I only found this out last night...
>What makes this music-I've heard only one song-Christian? Why has Velour been
>put into this category? The lyrics were, on this particky song,
they're on tooth and nail records -- not a christian label, but one who
carries a lot of christian bands. that's why. starflyer 59, also on
tooth and nail, are also really good. someone on the mbv list said that
morella's forest (yet another t and n band) was great, too. check out their
website at http://www.toothandnail.com or something like that. they're
located in seattle, so if all else fails, you can get their number through
information...they sell direct, though if i remember right, they're a bit on
the expensive side ($10 for an ep, $14 for a full-length, or something like
that.) starflyer 59's "she's the queen" ep is really good i've heard.
BiZ, who thinks black dog productions is pretty kewl
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 15:25:23 -0700
Here you go. I wanna get rid of these before I go to Japan. Shipping's
included in the price. Email me if you're interested.
the clean - vehicle - $10
grant lee buffalo - mighy joe moon (advance promo, cardboard sleeve) - $9
heisei tanuki gassen ponpoko - drama CD (Japanese import) - $25
helium - pirate prude - $7
helium - the dirt of luck - $9
helium - superball + - $4
kill sybil - kill sybil - $8
lorelei - asleep ep - $4
lorelei - everyone must touch the stove - $9
morrissey - pregnant for the last time (UK import) - $10
morrissey - interesting drug (UK import) - $15
omoide hatoba - black hawaii (Japanese import, Boredoms' guitarist?) - $16
pale saints - fine friend ep - $9
ride - going blank again (promo-picture disc) - $20
ride - kaleidoscope plus 6 live tracks (promo) - $30
ride - nowhere - $8
ride - smile - $7
ruins - graviyaunosch - $10
slowdive - morningrise ep (UK import, new, out of print) - $25
teenbeat 1996 sampler - $2.50 with any other CD(s)
this mortal coil - 5 selected originals (promo w/ 5 tracks from the
'originals' disc in the boxed set) - $15
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 15:37:25 -0700
> What makes this music-I've heard only one song-Christian? Why has Velour been
> put into this category? The lyrics were, on this particky song,
I'm still trying to figure that one out myself. The lyrics I could
understand were ambiguous at best - no overt religious statements. There
was a "thank you god" in the liner notes, but that's all I've found...
> How does one get a hold of this CD? The one song that I did hear was very
> good...very HNIA and is, which has been mentioned, produced by Warn
I don't think it's quite as good as HNiA. In fact, I don't really like
the vocals too much... or maybe it's the vocal melody I don't like - kinda
I found the disc at Evangel, a Christian bookstore in the Seattle area. I
guess you can order directly from the label, Tooth & Nail, as well.
They've got a web page...
Date: Mon, 20 May 1996 21:16:35 -0400
> Hope I am clear enough; JUST SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS AND GET THE TAPE
>FOR FREE. If you own a zine, i can send photos too. Mail me privatelly:
hi...please send the tape...it sounds interesting :) (p.s. your engish is fine)
my address is:
12 mobray place