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Subject: Succour Compilation Available
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 11:00:55 -0400
From: Roy Burns (RBNRy@AOL.COM)
Subject: DCD
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 13:18:21 -0300
From: RODRIGO YOSHITOMO MUNEMASA ITO - NIB - 2225556 #010704#
Subject: Tarnation
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 14:56:04 -0400
From: JoeJanecek@AOL.COM
Subject: Re: DCD
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 21:42:07 +0100
From: lbo (lbo@IOL.IT)
Subject: red house painters tour dates
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 17:00:40 EDT
From: Alan Daniel (alan@MSAI.MEA.COM)
Subject: shhhh.
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 15:36:49 -0700
From: Dewdrops Records (nelson@ASTRO.UCLA.EDU)
Subject: ** Industrial/Alt CDs for Sale! **
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 12:00:35 -0000
From: Michael A Russell (mrussell@LAW.UOREGON.EDU)
Subject: raspunia in the bay area...
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 16:22:36 -0700
From: Jack Huynh (jack@NOVOMEDIA.COM)

Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 11:00:55 -0400
From: Roy Burns (RBNRy@AOL.COM)
Subject: Succour Compilation Available


Hello list.

This from Flydaddy.

out Sept. 24

FLY020
VARIOUS ARTISTS: 'Succour - The Terrascope Benefit Album' (dbl-CD)
Benefit (duh) for The Ptolemaic Terrascope magazine UK.  Over 150 minutes of
previously unreleased music (except for the Peter Buck track).

Track listing:

disc one
1. The Linus Pauling Quartet - Dartania
2. The Green Pajamas - Deadly Nightshade
3. Palace - Black/Rich Tune
4. Porcupine Tree - Ptolemine Treescope
5. The Powder Monkeys - The Supernova that Never Quits
6. The Wellwater Conspiracy - The Far Side of Your Moon
7. Peter Buck & Scott McCaughey - Hate Me More
8. Current 93 - Nihil
9. Charalambides - Drop
10. The Bevis Frond - Dry Rain
11. Kable - Omar
12. Spirit - Cages
13. Flying Saucer Attack - Bare Trees
14. Clockbrains - Everything You Want (live)
15. The Marilyn Decade - Cock March on Bicycles
16. Motorpsycho - The Nerve Tattoo (alt.)
17. Captain Sensible - So Far Out

disc two
1. Nurse With Wound - Angle
2. Sundial - Red Sky (demo)
3. The Olivia Tremor Control - The Ships
4. The Flyte Reaction - New Sunrise
5. Dunlavy - Wesleyan
6. Robyn Hitchcock - She Was Sinister but She Was Happy (alt.)
7. Bardo Pond - Affa
8. Mooseheart Faith - You Are Just a Flying Egg
9. The Heads - Spliff Riff
10. Cul De Sac - Into the Cone of Cold
11. The Lucky Bishops - Ashtralia
12. Endino's Earthworm - Fried, Baked, or Scrambled
13. Ethereal Counterbalance - Let it Fly
14. Medicine Ball - Building and Building
15. Strapping Fieldhands - Tale from Telegewae
16. Ghost - Beyond Coimbula (live)
17. Coil - Lost Rivers of London
18. Magic Hour - Sunrise Variations


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 13:18:21 -0300
From: RODRIGO YOSHITOMO MUNEMASA ITO - NIB - 2225556 #010704#
Subject: DCD

              "Juliet_Okeefe@SFU.CA" at Sep 11, 96 02:11:35 pm

> Jesus, Emiel, the proper response to this situation is to say:
>
> I hope that Kristin and the baby are okay. Cancel whatever
> you need to cancel and get back to us when you can.
>
> Sheesh.
>
> Anyway. DCD in Seattle and Vancouver both were wonderful,
> and I concur with the general opinion that the Spiritchaser songs
> needed to be heard live, with all that thunderous percussion,
> to really work. Rakim with almost everyone on drums and
> percussion was perfect. At the Vancouver show Brendan
> sang the song he did for the 13yi CD - the Tim Buckley
> cover - for a final encore.
>
> Naturally audience response in both cities was nothing
> short of estatic. I did believe that DCD could do no wrong,
> but Spiritchaser tested that - and the first time I heard it
> was in damn near ideal conditions: driving through the Cascade
> mountains with a large cappucino ice cream cone in my hand, on
> my way to Seattle for a romantic rendevous. My brain was swimming
> with love endorphins and sugar molecules, and I still wasn't grabbed by
> Spiritchaser in any way except for a few moments in a few songs.
> So I'm glad I saw the tour; the CD has quickly worked its way
> to the bottom of the pile, and will probably stay there.
>
> Well, that's my annual post to 4AD-l. Thanks for your
> indulgence. :)
>
> Juliet (who knows all about being confined to bed during
> a high risk pregnancy. It's not a lot of fun.)
>

Dear Juliet,

        Nice initiative, Congratulations!!!! :)

        I did also found Spiritchaser a bit "strange" (it did not worked
the same way the other albums did in my mind). But after hearing Perry
and Gerrard Live, I did really get a new type of Listening. Now found
spirit one of the best CD's I have.

        By the way, do you have any information about Brendan's solo album????

                                                        Thanks

                                                Rodrigo Ito
                                    the one you've never heard before ;)


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 14:56:04 -0400
From: JoeJanecek@AOL.COM
Subject: Tarnation


from the man who is recording Tarnation in No Cal.


>Tarnation are playing Hotel Utah on the 21st.

That would be in San Francisco.

cheers
JOE


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 21:42:07 +0100
From: lbo (lbo@IOL.IT)
Subject: Re: DCD


>        By the way, do you have any information about Brendan's solo album????

I've put some info on that on my netzine reVision,
italian, and if I'm not wrong I took them from this list.

anyway, Brendan is taking his time, but 4AD said that will be pleased to
release anything from him as soon he will to.


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 17:00:40 EDT
From: Alan Daniel (alan@MSAI.MEA.COM)
Subject: red house painters tour dates


> --
> http://www.dhp.com/~ash
> my personal page, linked to the home pages for the bands
> Lowlife, Red House Painters, Bay, Downer (coming soon)
> and the website for the ANOISE ANNOYS: AMERICA record label.
> Hope you enjoy.
>

in addition to the tour dates on ash's site, red house
painters will also be opening for john cale at east end
in madison, wi on oct. 9 and the firehouse in seattle on
oct. 20.


Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 15:36:49 -0700
From: Dewdrops Records (nelson@ASTRO.UCLA.EDU)
Subject: shhhh.


What's going on? The 4AD list hasn't been this quiet
in ages.

I don't have anyting terribly interesting to say,
except that Dewdrops is moving almost immediately.
By the weekend we will be at:

Dewdrops Records
12515 Pacific Ave. #106
Los Angeles, CA 90066

And if you're someone who regularly calls me, you can
simply get the new phone number by calling the old one,
emailing me, whatever.

To celebrate our move to a new location, almost
everything in our cataloge is now on sale for the rest of the month.
All CDs (EXCEPT the Faye Wong ones) are now $9.50 instead of the
usual $11.50. Dewdrops back issues are now $1 each. These
prices are good for all orders postmarked througout September.
For non-US orders, email me first for prices.


brant

Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 12:00:35 -0000
From: Michael A Russell (mrussell@LAW.UOREGON.EDU)
Subject: ** Industrial/Alt CDs for Sale! **


I am selling the following CDs.  Contact mrussell@law.uoregon.edu to =
reserve titles.


...And Even the Wolves Hid Their Teeth (Cold Meat Industry sampler)   =
$8

Archon Satani / In Shelter   $10
Archon Satani / Mind of Flesh and Bones   $10

Brume / No-Thing   $10
Brume / Xeros  $10

Cyborgasm / XXX Erotica in 3-D Sound   $9

Danse Society / Heaven is Waiting   $10

Deutsch Nepal / Tolerance   $10
Deutsch Nepal / Benevolence   $10
Deutsch Nepal / Deflagration of Hell   $10

Deutsch Nepal & In Slaughter Natives / Mort Aux Vaches (very rare)   =
$20

Dome / 1&2   $10
Dome / 3$4   $10

Etant Donnes / Royaume   $9

Fifty Years of Sunshine (Double CD tribute to acid with Nurse With =
Wound, Controlled Bleeding, LSD, Phauss, PTV, etc.)  $14

Bruce Gilber / Insiding   $9

His Name is Alive / Mouth By Mouth   $9
His Name is Alive / Home is in Your Head (import)   $9
His Name is Alive / Livonia   $9
His Name is Alive / King of Sweet (very rare)   $40 OBO

Hula / Threshold   $9

Hunting Lodge / 8-Ball (very rare)   $12
Hunting Lodge / Carnivora! (very rare CDS)  $8

Inanna / Not-hing   $10

Intermix / Phase Two   $9

Karmanik Collection (Cold Meat Industries compilation)  $10

Miranda Sex Garden / Gush Forth My Tears CDS   $6
Miranda Sex Garden / Iris CDS   $6

Morthound / Spindrift   $10
Morthound / The Goddess Who Could Make the Ugly World Beautiful   $10

My Bloody Valentine / Glider CDS  $6
My Bloody Valentine / Tremolo CDS  $6

New Blockaders, The / TNB Est Mort! (double CD in special box)  $22

Noise Unit / Response Frequency   $9
Noise Unit / Strategy of Violence   $8

Non / Sick Tour (limited edition of 500)  $30

Phauss / GodTPhauss   $9

Pigface / Gub   $8

Psychic TV / Beyond Thee Infinite Beat   $8
Psychic TV / Psychic TV Presents Ultrahouse   $8

Revell, Graeme / Musique Brut Collection (with special case)  $12

Sandoz / Digital Lifeforms (Richard Kirk of Cab Voltaire)   $9
Sandoz / Intensely Radioactive (Richard Kirk of Cab Voltaire)   $9

Skinny Puppy / Heaven=B9s Trash (boot)   $15

Sol Invictus / The Death of the West   $12
Sol Invictus / In The Rain   $12
Sol Invictus / Lex Talionis   $12

Sweet Exorcist / Spirit Guide To Low Tech (Richard Kirk of Cab =
Voltaire)   $9

Syllyk / O Comme Icare   $12

T.A.G.C. / The Delivery   $8
T.A.G.C. / Digitaria   $8
T.A.G.C. / Burning Water   $8
T.A.G.C. / Audiophile   $8

Volume 5 (various artists CD + booklet; has Cocteau Twins "Frosty the =
Snowman" + Cabaret Voltaire, Red House Painters, etc.)   $15

Wir / The First Letter   $8
Wire / A Bell is a Cup   $8
Wire / It's Beginning To and Back Again   $8


***  To order: email mrussell@law.uoregon.edu to reserve a title.  =
Please tell me you want to *buy* the CD(s) in the email so I can =
reserve them for you.  Feel free to email me with questions on the =
discs, but first come, first served.

*** Shipping in the U.S. and Canada is $3/order regardless of order =
size.  This is for First Class/Priority mail and includes a padded =
envelope.  The more you order, the more you can save...  :-)  Contact =
me if you=B9re from another country... we can work something out.  =
All funds must be in U.S. currency.

***  Special deal: if you send me a money order or certified check, =
*I* will pay the postage for you! (for U.S. and Canada orders.)

***  This offer expires Tuesday, October 1, 1996.

Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 16:22:36 -0700
From: Jack Huynh (jack@NOVOMEDIA.COM)
Subject: raspunia in the bay area...


does anyone know for a fact that the raspunina that is playing at the
bottom of the hill tonite is the one people have been talking about?

much thanks

jack at novomedia dot com

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