Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 01:25:00 -0400
anyone looking for this CD?
I'll take bids - highest offer gets it. Minimum bid of $10.00
Various- AK 79...Flying Nun 279(NZ)
compilation of late '70's punk and pop with Toy Love(Chris Knox and Alec
Bathgate), the Features (pre-Fetus Productions), Scavengers and MARCHING
GIRLS(pre-Dead Can Dance), Proud Scum, Suburban Reptiles, Terrorways, The
Swingers and more.
I know it's listed in the Eyesore(?) DCD discog. I'm sure someone is
E-mail me! [email protected]
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 02:56:39 -0700
LUSH-ing across Canada (or a real small portion thereof)
Toronto, ON Aug. 15 The Phoenix CPI
Montreal, PQ Aug. 16 Le Cabaret (450) DKD/Greenland
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 15:47:00 CST
These favourite lists are taken from "SPIN Alternative Record Guide"
(Vintage Books, 1995).
Courtney Love (Hole)
1.Echo and the Bunnymen, Heaven Up There
3.Gun Club, Fire of Love
4.Pixies, Surfer Rosa
5.Leonard Cohen, Songs from a Room
6.Mudhoney, Superfuzz Bigmuff
7.PJ Harvey, Dry
8.Husker Du, New Day Rising
9.Nirvana, In Utero
10.Nine Inch Nails, The Downward Spiral
Lou Barlow (Sebadoh)
1.Various Artists, Wanna Buy a Bridge?
2.Swans, Children of God
3.Sonic Youth, Confusion is Sex
4.Music Machine, The Best of Music Machine
5.Young Marble Giants, Colossal Youth
6.Folk Implosion, Take a Look Inside the Folk Implosion
7.Various Artists, No New York
9.Minutemen, The Punch Line
Tanya Donelly (Belly)
1.Mary Margaret O'Hara, Miss America
2.X, Under the Big Black Sun
3.Beatles, The Beatles
4.Ennio Morricone, The Mission
5.Madder Rose, Panic On
6.Neil Young, Harvest
7.Patti Smith, Horses
8.Nick Drake, Time of No Reply
9.Yma Sumac, Xtabay
10.Harry Nilsson, The Point!
Josephine Wiggs (The Breeders)
1.Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Scream
2.Cure, Seventeen Seconds
3.Gang of Four, Entertainment!
5.B-52's, The B-52's
6.Public Image Ltd., Metal Box
9.Luscious Jackson, Natural Ingredients
10.Beastie Boys, Check Your Head
Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses)
1.Minutemen, Double Nickels on the Dime
2.Violent Femmes, Violent Femmes
3.X, Wild Gift
4.Volcano Suns, The Bright Orange Years
5.Meat Puppets, Up on the Sun
7.Pixies, Come on Pilgrim
8.Vic Chestnutt, West of Rome
9.Mary Margaret O'Hara, Miss America
10.Mission of Burma, VS.
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 04:07:12 -0400
Hi! I'm rather new to this list so I may have missed any previous
discussion of this...
I read something I long time ago about a series of 7 inches that were
supposed to come out on 4AD. They were supposed to be colored vinyl
reissues of older singles by the 4AD artists.
Does anyone know if this happened or if it will happen soon? I work at a
record store and I asked my boss to keep an eye out for them but that
doesn't mean that he actually did.
(Only a) JILL (sittin here on Capital Hill)
Ear X-Tacy Records
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 09:19:27 +0100
I was listening to the radio last night when the DJ announced that the
next record they were going to play was to be by Garbage BEFORE Garbage
were invented featuring TOni Halliday/ Dean Garcia. I thought it would be
one of the old tracks but NO! Wait for it - its a new track. Quite good -
back to the old style before Cuckoo. I'm not sure of the title -
something like Pink Girl Dreaming and the DJ didn't say when it was going
to be released but I don't care it gives us something to look forward to.
Me - http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/sei/sei/h.html
Snapper - http://asegweb.ohm.york.ac.uk/tsb/music.html
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 18:26:00 CST
The following cd's are for trade (preferably) or sale. Reply via email if
interested Location Australia.
The Rachels - Handwriting
Scenic - Incident At Cima
Love Spirals Downwards - Debut
Love Lies Crushing - Bloweyelashwish
Belly - King (ltd edition 4AD UK)
Madder Rose - Debut (Bring It Down)
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 09:01:07 -0400
>also, the godley and creme gizmo mentioned is not really a string
>resonator, but more of a string picker. my recollection is that it
>mechanically strums the strings. cool idea that i've unsuccessfully tried
>to repeat. as for finding one, good luck.
attack associated with picking. Motorized wheels vibrate the strings.
Scott is quite correct, alas, on your chances of finding one.
Physics - Astronomy Domine Dept
Michigan State University
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 15:40:23 +0000
At 05:02 AM 31/07/96 +0000, you wrote:
>I don't know if I got the title right, but I've seen a cd copy of this at a
local music store (Seattle area).
> The "out of print" sticker made me think this might be of value to some of
the more fanatical HNIA fans on
>this list. From what I could tell, though, it's just a collection of songs
from Livonia and HiiYH. Anyway,
>if anyone is interested, I'd be willing to get it for you, for the cost
plus shipping and handling. I think
>it was marked $14.99 (used).
well, the actual title is "Man Sings Moon on the Silver Mountain" and it
really is just a collection of songs through Home Is In Your Head....but it
does have very pretty artwork....what 4AD completist would go without one?
A very nice thing to have in the car...kind of like a "best of" CD instead
of draggin out all 3 lp's to take with you.
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 13:21:22 -0400
>how hard is it to find this device? this gizmo sounds pretty
>interesting...anyone on the list have one? comments?
The manufacturer is long out of business, so the used market is your
only hope. And if you find one it has a limited lifetime as the little
ridges on the wheels wear off. But they are great fun. (-8
Physics - Astronomy Domine Dept
Michigan State University
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 10:53:14 -0700
I've got a couple of older Chapterhouse CD singles for sale.
E-mail me if interested, or if you need tracklistings.
Chapterhouse | Pearl EP | CD | $20
Chapterhouses | Mesmerize | CD | $25
[email protected] ---->->>->>>->>>>> http://www.teleport.com/~luna
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 13:07:18 -0500
>> Does anyone know if these following dates still correct, particularly the
>> Los Angles and Mexico City dates?
The ONLY date for Mexico City is August 28 at 8:30 PM. Tickets must be still
avaliable from Mexico=B4s TicketMaster phone is 3259000. Have a good catch!
'Just give me an easy life and a peaceful death.'
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 12:20:15 -0700
> well, the actual title is "Man Sings Moon on the Silver Mountain" and it
The actual actual title is "[His Name is Alive] sings man on the silver
mountain and 8 other songs." It's pretty easy to find, especially in the
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 12:46:23 -0700
Does anyone know where I can get the Dead Can Dance bootleg CD
CD Europe has had the Dif Juz album Who Says So listed
as available on CD for a long time now. Has anyone tried
ordering it? I just put my order in-- it comes to about $20
in the US.
| Brant Nelson | 1817 Corinth Ave. #10 | open your eyes
| Dewdrops Records | LA, CA 90025-5567 | to northern skies
| Uncommon music that deserves to be heard |
'You should see my trail of disgrace
It's enough to scare the whole human race'
'Love's a lonely place to be
Surely life is worth more'
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 16:02:45 CST
I just saw this Cocteau Twins bootleg/live LP at a local record shop, called
_Lovers are Mortal_. It was recorded in April of 1983 at Newcastle City Hall
(I think, this is all from memory). Anyway, I was considering buying it until
I was told the price was US$45. Is this thing worth 45 bucks?
--gary ([email protected])
PS for Rachel's fans. They are going to play in Kansas City on August 27th.
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 23:24:56 +0200
>From the Throwing Music site:
Shark EP (4AD BAD 6016) - July 29, 1996
Ruthie's Knocking (Throwing Music RCD5-1052) - August 13, 1996
Limbo (Throwing Music RCD/RAC 10354) - August 13, 1996
Limbo (4AD CAD CD/C 6014) - August 19, 1996
and dates are for North America.
So "Shark" is UK/Europe only...
Does someone have more info about the US-only "Ruthie's Knocking" single?
(Like other tracks - same as the Shark ep?)
the Netherlands, August 1, 1996
... [email protected]
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 20:08:45 -0400
The "Ruthie's Knocking" ep contains the same trax as the "Shark" ep with the
obvious exception of the title track on each. It rocks tremendously. Try
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 21:20:01 -0700
It's great for making HNIA tapes, when you need clean fades/edits of
certain songs (I'm willing to bet Ryko slapped together the artwork on this
one). Same with the TMC box set sampler disc!
t h e m y s t e r y p a r a d e
esoteric graphic design
Date: Thu, 1 Aug 1996 21:34:44 -0700
It's broccoli! Those of you who were wondering may now sleep better...