Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 08:07:00 GMT
I wondered that myself, I was expecting some good history about bands
like S25 ........... but all I seem to get is a string of Mick Middles
Sounds interviews and, as you said, Wanker-Wilson rewriting history. I
did notice some of the more obvious mistakes!!! If this was a Factory
list, "spot Middles deliberate mistakes" would have been a good
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Date: 29/08/96 22:39
> I was reading the Factory Story
You mean the new book by Mick Middles, 'From Joy Division Division to New
Order - The Factory Story'? Why did he subtitle it 'The Factory Story', as
it isn't a proper Factory Story at all! It's riddled with errors anyway. In
fact nothing but a band biography with too may Wilson-isms thrown in. Wilson
loves to rewrite history!! (must be his 'Marxist' background)
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 00:18:27 -0800
The first two installments of yet another (html text only) *abbreviated*
(i.e., not too many "redundant" listings) 4AD discography are up.
Eventually will be a "lo-fi" version of Eyesore, I guess. Comments,
corrections, and additions are welcome.
and for the 5 or 6 Scheer fans (yes, you too Jeff) other that me:
(help...need track list for 2nd Scheer ep on Son Records!)
(Thanks to Lars for the inspiration...I think)
t h e m y s t e r y p a r a d e
esoteric graphic design
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 18:55:47 +1000
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 09:45:05 +0000
Anyone going to the his name is alive show tonight at the urban art
bar? Come say hi to darryl and I. I will be wearing a curve t-shirt
with a picture from the cover of _cuckoo_ on the front.
Also, anyone heading up to Austin to see the Muses show tomorrow?
Date: Sat, 31 Aug 1996 00:29:40 +1100
Just to put my 2 cents in, The Paradise Motel is definately worth a
listen, most comments so far have been pretty close to the mark,
particularly the Portishead comparisons, and there is a Twin Peaks feel
in there as well. 'Some Deaths Take Forever' may be hard to get, my copy
indicates it was limited to 2000. As far as 'Left Over Life To Kill' is
concerned it might be easier, I've lost the address to Infectious
Records, but I can give you some details off the CD cover:
DINF001 Mushroom Records International BV
I don't know if that helps anyone or not.
'Not only am I not learning anything, but I'm forgetting
stuff I used to know!' -The Simpsons
[email protected] OR
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 11:37:11 EST
Just a quick note for those interested on LIAE. i was on HMV (34th
Street and 6th Ave)
yesterday, and I saw this CD there ($17.99, i think).
"Connais-tu, comme moi, la douleur savoureuse,
Et de toi fais-tu dire: 'Oh! l'homme singulier!'
- J'allais mourir. C'etait dans mon ame amoureuse,
Desir mele d'horreur, un mal particulier"
Le Reve D'Un Curiex (Charles Baudelaire)
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 1996 08:27:53 EDT
Ruiz" at Aug 29, 96 5:22 pm
> DCD strikes again, this time in the biggest city of the world:
> Mexico. They played just incredible. Lisa worn a blue dress and a great
> voice. She did what she wants with us, and conquered our minds with her
> unique vocals. Brendan Perry was just fab, singing in a way I will never
> The concert, in few words, was wonderful... by the way I have a
> question. Could somebody tell me an average of the people that used to go
> to the DCD concerts?... I will appreciate it.
> Definitely, this performance was one of the best in the year...
> maybe just another 4ad presentation will be better. Thanks for take your
> time to read these lines.
Wonderful!!!!!, increible!!!!!, fui al concierto el miercoles 28, jueves 29 y vo
a ir el sabado 31
y los conicerto fueron diferentes cambiaron la acomodacion de la musica, los pos
ers y las t-shirts
con diseqos increibles, hasta el Oficial CD!!!!
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 13:10:10 -0400
hey new yorkers,
my band, Closer, is playing tonight - or tomorrow morning,
at 1:45 am
@ the Spiral, on Houston and Avenue A
so take your naps and come out to see us. :)
btw, if you've seen recent Closer fliers in record stores, with the blurry
thing that kind of resembles a negative of a face, that's my face...
lorraine, qui a envie de dormir
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 10:10:40 -0700
Ihave no earthly idea how I got on this mailing list but since I am
getting cool information from it, what the hell. :)
This looks like it should be a nifty lil development...in the meantime,
try out an old Locust album. His stuff is difficult to get used to be
very rewarding once you've accomplished that.
BTW, the official coolest record label in the world is now Ninja Tune.
e digs poe
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Date: 30 Aug 96 01:46:02 +0200
list, so please do not include him in any future mailings.
On the Locust front:
The new album wil be titled 'morning light', which sounds altogether more
positive than any of his previous productions :-) Neil Halstead (ex-Slowdive)
and Zoe(?) will apparently contribute vocals.
Speaking of vocals.
The Spanish indie-band Silvania have brought out a cd and a 12" 'galax trax',
both of which contain a Locust mix. The cat no is ED003, and it's on Elefant
Records. It's a nice one ... I only got it yesterday, so I've not had chance to
give it a proper listening.
I also obtained copies of Love and Rockets 'this is heaven' with a Locust mix
(Beggars Banquet Records [BBQ 36]) and Scala's album on Touch 'beauty nowhere'
which Mark has partly co-written and produced. Exact info will be included in
the discography which should be available to all very soon.
Locust is playing at a 5-day festival in Vienna next week.
Anybody who has more accurate information, please forward it to the list.
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 14:26:39 -0400
On Thu, 29 Aug 1996, [spiral] wrote:
> thats kinda a crappy thing to do...
> after the discussion we all just had about
> trey being proud of his own thing in velour, now
> hes gonna get 1000 messages asking when hnia is
> going to play.... my sympathy to him.
a million pardons for my pawltry attempt at helpfulness.
im sure that the afforementioned recipiant of your
sympathy is much the better for it after having
suffered incalcuable harm attributable to myself.
oh, by the way, fuck yourself
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 13:23:28 -0700
Someone forwarded a post from the Belly list, and using that address, I
tried to subscribe, but it seems I failed miserably. Can someone please
email me PERSONALLY an address an info to subscribe to this list...
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 17:37:58 -0700
THIS IS JUST A TEST. HAVE A NICE DAY.
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 17:19:04 -0400
UR (University Reporter, a free zine for college students) has a short
review on page 10 of the recent 'special issue' (dennis miller on the
cover). It ranked in what they call 'the deans lists' wich they reserve
for the 'highest achievers.' This sums the article up: "Spiritchaser is
the band's greatest album yet." I think that's been argued before and
shot down here on 4ad-l. "Brilliant conceptual piece that brings the
spirit of nature to life through song."=20
just wanted to bring the article to our attention. (sharing the 'deans
list' with DCD: Beck, James Brown, Me'shell Ndegeocello, Stereolab; and
Meat Beat Manifesto recieved an 'A' for subliminal sandwich)
there's no heaven ` ,MP"" =FA$$$$$$$$$$ 4MMP"" <$$$$$$$ MMMMM"MMMMMMMM=
in these eyes. J " }$$$$$$$$$,`M> )$$$$$$F,MMMMMb"MMMMMMMMM=
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Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 19:08:53 EDT
fanzines and magazines for/about college studnets are sickening.
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 15:58:40 -0700
[Apologies to the non-SoCalers.]
Anybody going to see Lush in LA on the 4th? I'll be there by
myself. Might be nice to hang with a 4AD-Ler.
Philosophy, UCSD --- http://mugwump.ucsd.edu/bkeeley/index.html
finger g[email protected] for PGP public key -- NeXTmail
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 16:51:53 -0700
Fri, 30 Aug 1996 19:08:53 EDT
Robert Dunkin, in his infinite wisdom, says:
> fanzines and magazines for/about college studnets are
Mailing list posts for/about college students (or should that be studnets?) are
There's nothing quite like sweeping generalizations, they're never true. ;)
-cz ... recently freed from the sickening snare of the stud-NET.
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 23:08:13 -0700
If you are one of the first 100 people to answer two VERY DIFFICULT Lush
trivia questions, you have a shot at some free Lush "500" CD singles...
I tried but the questions are just too tough!! Good luck!
Look under the "free stuff" icon...
Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 23:22:19 EDT
My statement about fanzines for and about college studnets beings sickening
was not a sweeping generalisation. it's the truth.