4ad-l Mail for 11-15-1996

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Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 10:37:43 -0700
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: Re: #961113.000
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 10:40:54 -0600
From: Chad Dorton (slr4s@CC.USU.EDU)
Subject: modern english!?!?!?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 00:02:57 EST
From: Coal Black Smith (aleppo@EDEN.RUTGERS.EDU)
Subject: Re: pixies songbooks
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 11:00:00 EST
From: Cameron Webb (cameronw@CIDM.WH.SU.EDU.AU)
Subject: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 23:50:57 -0700
From: ".mark." (vonminde@RINTINTIN.COLORADO.EDU)
Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:18:39 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:20:22 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: Guy Fixsen on EOST & new Laika
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:17:14 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: modern english!?!?!?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 01:19:46 -0600
From: oteran (oteran@SHRIKE.DEPAUL.EDU)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 01:57:04 +0000
From: John Doe (950573@UTB1.UTB.EDU)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 02:06:01 -0800
From: Jon Gabriel (jongab@MAIL.IDT.NET)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 06:09:27 -0600
From: Greyson Welch (slugdady@GULF.NET)
Subject: huge 'wood for the fire' sale
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 04:50:17 -0800
From: "Gil Gershman (GuerillaG)" (gman2@SPRYNET.COM)
Subject: Re: E.O.S.T
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 08:48:41 -0500
From: Dave Sargent (fairlee@ACCESS.DIGEX.NET)
Subject: Re: pixies songbooks
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 12:07:19 -0600
From: Matthew T De Bellis (mdebelli@SHRIKE.DEPAUL.EDU)
Subject: Re: Modern English
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 09:52:47 -0800
From: Nack Boulee (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: Re: mazzy stars in their eyes
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 17:25:39 GMT
From: Paul Spirito (spiritop@WINTHROP.SLIC.COM)
Subject: tanya donneley
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 12:59:55 -0500
From: lee harvey fnordwald (owilde@UMICH.EDU)
Subject: 7" records for sale!!
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 15:51:56 -0700
From: Andrew Rieth (arieth@GEO.ARIZONA.EDU)

Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 10:37:43 -0700
From: Jens Alfke (jens@MOOSEYARD.COM)
Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...


Nadim wrote:
>To go back to more serious matters. I was wondering myself if there was
>anyone
>left on the list. Looks like everyone migrated to some other plane of
>existence

Maybe some people's subscriptions are busted?  I've seen other such
comments. I get about 20 messages a day from the 4AD-L, and that's after
filtering out just about anything that mentions current 4AD bands in the
subject.

>(do you know how to sub that that other list?).



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Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 10:40:54 -0600
From: Chad Dorton (slr4s@CC.USU.EDU)
Subject: Re: #961113.000


        What's the deal with personal messages on the list, this is the
second one today!

On Wed, 13 Nov 1996, Jeff Keibel wrote:

> Jenna,
>
> #901113.001 - It sounds like you had a real endlessly long day
> yesterday!
> In a futile attempt to help you relax, I offer you a cyberbackrub.  Not
> too effective, eh?  Oh well...  It's cool you like your project but I
> understand about the overwhelming aspects of what it must be like!
>
> #961113.002 - For you homework, it's cool your prof approved a topic
> you're actually into as opposed to the history of erosion or some other
> fun topic like that.  Are you serious when you say the majority of your
> class wouldn't even know who Bauhaus is?!?  Yikes!  Remember the
> Bowie/Sarandon flick "The Hunger"?  Pretty goth inspired work of art!
> Bauhaus actually appear in the film playing live versions of their
> stuff.
>
> #961113.003 - I also REALLY enjoy talking with you.  Despite what Morgan
> says, I still optimisticlly believe that we are adult enough to carry
> this off in a dignified way.  I for one, am most looking forward to
> finally meeting you, either in my town or yours or hopefully both!
>
> #961113.003.A - Like at the end of T2, the future for us is like a black
> highway at night.  I'm on the side of NOT wanting a crystal ball in
> front of me at all times.  I'm very much happy to have met you and, with
> Morgan's warnings in mind, I still want to see you.  I actually think
> our future bodes well!  You're the only person I've talked with for
> hours and hours and I'm STILL very curious to know more about this super
> friendly and yes, charming woman who never fails to bring a smile to my
> face either when talking, reading e-mails or just a sparkly thought of
> you during the middle of my day...  Aww, Jenna!
>
> #961113.004 - I really, really hope things work out with UofT or York
> for the first week of December.  To see a 4AD band with you live in
> person would be undeniably cool to say the least!
>
> #961113.005 - Actually, "Ransom" was well put together by Howard but the
> end scene was such a "cheat the audience" routine sucker-punch that we
> HAD to laugh outloud, with a hearty yelp of bitter contempt in there
> too.
> The ONLY strong elements of this movie are Gibson, Gary Sinese who plays
> the corrupt cop that masterminds the kidnapping and one of the
> smart-assed kidnappers who jokes contantly throughout the movie.  Renee
> Russo and Delroy Lindo are OK but leave no lasting impressions...
>
> #961113.006 - "Foxfire"...  I've seen the soundtrack CD out for a while
> now at stores.  I wonder if the movie will go straight to vid?
>
> #961113.007 - YOU WROTE: if you want to talk to me or actually i guess
> type to me, all you have to do is type in:  talk
> nelsonj@ere.umontreal.ca
> and if i am here i can answer it.  I REPLIED: Well, YES!!!  I DO want to
> talk with you!  But where exactly do I type in your info?  On TelNet?
>
> #961113.008 - At this point, when it comes to Morgan's advice, I think
> I'll trust my instincts and continue to want to stay in contact with
> you. I can't picture going cold turkey as I really enjoy the fact we
> share our e-mails and conversations.  I'm at a point where advancing to
> "RT" is cool with me.  It says a LOT about our comfort level that we are
> both OK with each other visiting our respective homes.  That you feel we
> could share a bed means a great deal to me.  Trust like that comes
> rarely and I treat it very seriously.  When it comes to friends and
> values, I'm 100% serious and committed.  I've been damaged in the past
> but it'd be silly to close up entirely to others, right?
>
> #961113.009 - Well, feel free to e me back with more details on the
> virtual talk thing...  Uhm, it's my turn to call you (you got the last
> two) so maybe sometime in the next week or so if you're able to get a
> little free time...   Hint, hint...  Talking with you is like receiving
> an energy boost; I feel so good afterwards...  I'll stop now before I
> just get goofier and goofier!  :]
>
> #961113.010 - I hope your Wednesday goes well, Jenna!  Write/talk to you
> soon!  ...and don't work to hard, don't forget to take time for Jenna
> R&R as you totally deserve it!
>
> #961113.011 - Hugs to you, Jenna!!
>
> #961113.012 - ...Jeff
>

Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 00:02:57 EST
From: Coal Black Smith (aleppo@EDEN.RUTGERS.EDU)
Subject: modern english!?!?!?


um,
someone needs to explain this... here i was, innocently flipping through the
village voice... stumbling again on the tanya donnelly show on november 29,
and trying to decide whether or not to go... when i see, 'november 30.. the
mercury lounge... MODERN ENGLISH..'

are they really still alive?

-=robn


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 11:00:00 EST
From: Cameron Webb (cameronw@CIDM.WH.SU.EDU.AU)
Subject: Re: pixies songbooks


>a couple of years ago i came across the Bossanova vocals/guitar/piano songbook.
>so i'm wondering; are there anymore pixies songbooks, or, for that matter, any
>other 4ad band songbooks? i wonder if warren defever even writes down anything
>or if he just records and plays by memory.

A couple I know of:


These were available in a major music-shop chain (here in Oz) so
would asumme they are pretty easy to get.

Seroiously, forget the books, go to
(I hope this is right, but its from memory)
I got some great tabs from here,
Belly, Throwing Muses, Pixies, Bettie Seervert, Breeders just to
mention "TL" bands but there are PLENTY of others, I'm sure
Mr Defever's work is there.

Hope this helps Dave,

Cameron

--------------------------------------
*     make a beeline to the next     *
*      gig by  THE HONEYHUNTERS      *
*    stay tuned for further dates    *
--------------------------------------
Cameron Webb
Medical Entomology
Westmead Hospital/University of Sydney
WESTMEAD NSW 2145
(02) 9845 7548
cameronw@cidm.wh.su.edu.au
--------------------------------------

Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 23:50:57 -0700
From: ".mark." (vonminde@RINTINTIN.COLORADO.EDU)
Subject: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?


...just saw a notice that red house painters will be playing in denver on
dec. 13 with maids of gravity.  is rhp headling this li'l tour?  any info
anyone?

.
mrk (vonminde@rtt.colorado.edu)
.

Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:18:39 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...


> Nadim wrote:
> >To go back to more serious matters. I was wondering myself if there was
> >anyone
> >left on the list. Looks like everyone migrated to some other plane of
> >existence
>
> Maybe some people's subscriptions are busted?  I've seen other such
> comments. I get about 20 messages a day from the 4AD-L, and that's after
> filtering out just about anything that mentions current 4AD bands in the
> subject.
>
> >(do you know how to sub that that other list?).
>
> http://www.mooseyard.com/Jens/pure-impure/
>

Sorry I sent you that other note before reading this :)

_LORD SOTH_

Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:20:22 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: a funny thing happened on the way to cyberspace...


> > I haven't posted here for a while, mainly because I haven't been listening t

> > any 4AD type stuff lately (it goes in cycles). So where did everyone go?
> >
> > So anyway, (erm, very week language/grammar skills displayed here apparently
,
> > completely non 4AD related but, is anyone going to see Versus and The Weddin

> > Present tonght at the Roxy?
>
> I went to this. It was pretty good. Too bad I only recognized 4 of the
> songs.
>
> Brett
>

YEAH I THOUGHT IT WAS AWESOME!

Sorry about the caps.

I know this note is meaningless, a full review of the show coming tomorrow, it's
way too late tonight :)

_LORD SOTH_


Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 22:17:14 -0800
From: Nadim Baki-Zada (nadim@BYRON.2LAUNCH.COM)
Subject: Re: Guy Fixsen on EOST & new Laika


> I guess the pure-impure list is really running now -- we just got a
> posting from Guy Fixsen (member of Laika, producer of Moonshake and
> Ecstasy of St. Theresa among others.) Wow!
>
> >Subject:     E.O.S.T. web page
> >Sent:        11/14/96 4:30 AM
> >From:        laika, 100421.2477@compuserve.com
> >Reply-To:    pure-impure, ctip@dharma.firstcomm.com
> >
> >I can try and get an e-mail contact for Ecstasy of St. Theresa as I
> >engineered
> >and produced their album Free-D.  Or I can answer any questions about the
> >making
> >of that album.
> >
> >Also, the person who was wondering what Pure 62 was - it's my new album -
> >Laika's "Sounds of the Satellites" due in February.  Pure 67 is the
> >single, out
> >in mid-January.
> >
> >- Guy Fixsen
>

So how do we sub to the pure-impure list?

_lord Soth_

Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 01:19:46 -0600
From: oteran (oteran@SHRIKE.DEPAUL.EDU)
Subject: Re: modern english!?!?!?


At 12:02 AM 11/15/96 EST, you wrote:
>um,
>someone needs to explain this... here i was, innocently flipping through the
>village voice... stumbling again on the tanya donnelly show on november 29,
>and trying to decide whether or not to go... when i see, 'november 30.. the
>mercury lounge... MODERN ENGLISH..'
>
>are they really still alive?
>
>-=robn
>
>
yes, they exist on a new label (not 4ad or TVT).  haven't heard anything
about it, but i just have to mention how ugly the cover of the new cd is.
oteran
oteran@shrike.depaul.edu

---------------------------------------
"I know what I like, I like Fritos"
Reba McEntire
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Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 01:57:04 +0000
From: John Doe (950573@UTB1.UTB.EDU)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?


I know that Red House Painters and Maids Of Gravity will be playing in Houson No
ember the 19th.  I would assume that RHP are headlining this tour...
Ariel.


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 02:06:01 -0800
From: Jon Gabriel (jongab@MAIL.IDT.NET)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?


>...just saw a notice that red house painters will be playing in denver on
>dec. 13 with maids of gravity.  is rhp headling this li'l tour?  any info
>anyone?
>
>.
>mrk (vonminde@rtt.colorado.edu)
>.

Just saw RHP last night in Tempe, AZ, with no Maids of Gravity in sight.
Mark Kozelek did mention that this gig was the first of their tour. I'm
still pissed they didn't play "Katy's Song", but at least I got to hear
"Uncle Joe"  d:-{)]

Random quote of the week:
     "Close my eyes and it's all I hear
      It rings as hollow as a high school cheer
      Who did you plagarize this time, dear?"
               -- Steve Taylor (Chagall Guevara)


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Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 06:09:27 -0600
From: Greyson Welch (slugdady@GULF.NET)
Subject: Re: rhp on tour with maids of gravity?


Greetings...

                I'm going to the show in Atlanta, with HNIA.  I assumed that the
two
were touring together, but I guess that's not the case.  For those who
have seen RHP live as of late, what have the sets been like?  How long
did they play?  Did they mostly play new material or did they play
older stuff as well?  I don't have the most recent album, I've heard
it, and thought it was okay but haven't picked it up yet-- so I'm
hoping they play at least a good amount of old stuff.  I seem to
remember someone saying that they were kind of loud live, this seems
odd to me-- I just don't picture them as being a loud band.  Any
comments?  I'm really looking forward to seeing them, and HNIA.  So I
guess HNIA is going to play first and then RHP, right?  Any help is
greatly appreciated.

Yours in Truth-
Greyson Welch


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 04:50:17 -0800
From: "Gil Gershman (GuerillaG)" (gman2@SPRYNET.COM)
Subject: huge 'wood for the fire' sale


hiya!

you name it, i'm probably getting rid of it.

12"s, 10"s, 7"s, CDs... indie, jungle, ambient, techno, experimental, postrock.

bafflingly rare and not-so-rare stuff from all your faves and people you didn't
even know existed. i'd throw names at ya, but that would just kill the fun and
surprise!

i'll just say this: some BIG-TIME collectors' items ...

no set prices. will consider all reasonable offers.

e-mail me for a list if you're interested.

gman2@sprynet.com
G-Man II / da Guerilla

 - but it'll probably end up in the sale pile. . .


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 08:48:41 -0500
From: Dave Sargent (fairlee@ACCESS.DIGEX.NET)
Subject: Re: E.O.S.T


oh, man, somebody just reminded me of my lust for ecstasy of st. theresa. all i
have is the Free D album, but have listened to the 10" they have out (which name
i forget). could one of you knowledgeable folks post a discography and if anyone
wants to sell me any of their stuff really cheaply,, then email me directly!
dave
fairlee@access.digex.net


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 12:07:19 -0600
From: Matthew T De Bellis (mdebelli@SHRIKE.DEPAUL.EDU)
Subject: Re: pixies songbooks


i've seen Breeders "Last Splash" and Belly "Star".....


Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 09:52:47 -0800
From: Nack Boulee (redshift@INTERLOG.COM)
Subject: Re: Modern English


Coal Black Smith wrote:

> MODERN ENGLISH...
> are they really still alive?

Well, type all this into your browser for more dirt...

toronto1996.html

Nack Boulee
Toronto, CAN.

Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 17:25:39 GMT
From: Paul Spirito (spiritop@WINTHROP.SLIC.COM)
Subject: Re: mazzy stars in their eyes


On Thu, 14 Nov 1996 11:24:56 -0500, Matt/Summer Holiday
 wrote:

>I doubt if their roadies suck all that bad.  They are very "arty" people
>are I'm sure are very hard to please.  I love Mazzy STar but I must say
>that they are one of the most boring live acts I've ever seen.  You
>probably didn't miss much.,

They're certainly perfectionists, but I saw them at the Trocadero in
Philadelphia shortly after the release of "So That..." and there
wasn't so much fussing with equipment. They didn't do anything but
stand there and play (in fact, Roback didn't even stand), but I found
it more hypnotic that way -- it wouldn't really be germane for them to
jump about and smash guitars, would it?

In fact, they moved so little just seeing Hope walk across the stage
to pick up a tambourine was great f/x, like the dinosaurs in "Jurassic
Park". Dave didn't move the entire concert.

Codeine were good, too.

Paul

Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 12:59:55 -0500
From: lee harvey fnordwald (owilde@UMICH.EDU)
Subject: tanya donneley


again, snipped from ATN



                                         You're gonna have to hit
                                         the import bin if you want
                                         to hear Tanya Donelly's
                                         first post-Belly release.
                                         The 4-song EP, entitled,
                                         Sliding and Diving will
                                         be released on November
               25, but not in the U. S. The songs, "Bum," "Restless,"
               "Human" and "Swoon" were produced by Donelly and
               Wally Gagel and "Swoon" features a cameo from ex-Pixie
               Dave Lovering. Sources at Donelly's label, 4AD, predicted
               that her first full-length, which Donelly is busy
               recording, will see the light of day around March of 1997.




****************************************************************************

Twas bryllyg, and the slythy toves              owilde@umich.edu
 Did gyre and gymble in the wabe:               rev. daniel klyn
All mimsy were the borogoves;                   most certainly high priest
 and the mome raths outgrabe.                   wondermonkey cabal

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Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 15:51:56 -0700
From: Andrew Rieth (arieth@GEO.ARIZONA.EDU)
Subject: 7" records for sale!!


Hi everyone!  It's time for a record sale.  The following list is in
alphabetical order so scroll through it and see if anything interests you.
Most of these records are totally out of print.  There's only 1 copy of
each (except for the Madison Electric 7") so act fast.  Simply reply to
arieth@geo.arizona.edu w/the records that you want me to hold for you.
Once you've done that I'll give you a reply telling you about the
availability of what you're requesting and where to send the appropriate
funds.  I'll supply both address and ph# in case you want to make sure I'm
legit.  I've done this sort of thing twice before and so maybe others can
vouch for being satisfied, etc...  Remember, things go pretty fast once
the list is posted so don't delay!  Thank you!  By the way, postage works
like this:  $1 for the first record plus 50 cents for each additional
record, or something like that...i can be flexible.  Anyway, check this

-----FOR SALE:-------------------------------------------------------

-BAILTER SPACE "Splat" 7", 3 tracks, Matador, $3
-BONE MACHINE "Decapasaurus" 12" lp, Warren Defever and friends, $15
-CODEINE  "Realize" 7", July '92 SubPop singles club on clear vinyl, $10
-CODEINE "Tom" 7", SubPop, $3
-CONFETTI "Sea Anemone EP" 7", 3 tracks, Sunday Records #12, $8
-DENTISTS "Charms and the Girl" 7", ltd. #'d edition in a beautiful
 letterpress sleeve, 3 tracks, Independent Project (IPR) #41, $4
-DUB NARCOTIC "Disco Plate" 7", Calvin Johnson's very first Dub Narcotic
 release, complete w/silkscreened sleeve, K/DBN #1, $5
-EARTHMEN "Cool Chick #59" 7", Slumberland #29, $5
-ERIC'S TRIP "Warm Girl" 7", 5 songs, Derivative, $4
-FOR AGAINST "Don't Do Me Any Favors" 7", ltd. #'d edition in a beautiful
 letterpress sleeve, Independent Project (IPR) #40, $4
-GRENADINE "Don't Forget the Halo" 7", Jenny Toomey and Mark Robinson's
 2nd 7" release on clear -plastic- (not vinyl, which accounts for the hiss
 on the record) in a transparent orange plastic sleeve, Simple Machines
 #22/TeenBeat #111, $10.
-GUIDED BY VOICES "Get out of my stations" 7", 7 songs, Siltbreeze, $4.
-HALF STRING "Eclipse" 7", ltd #'d edition in a beautiful letterpress
 sleeve, 3 tracks, Independent Project (IPR) #42, $4
-HALF STRING "Oval" 7", same beautiful packaging as their previous 7",
 Independent Project (IPR) #47, $4
-HAYWAINS "Snuggle Up Warm With the Haywains" 7", one-sided w/2 tracks w/
 a silkscreened sleeve on the classic Four Letter Words label,FLW 005, $5.
-HONEYBUNCH "Endure Me" 7", another one-sided silk-screened classic on
 Four Letter Words.  FLW 009, $5.
-HONEYBUNCH "No More I Told You So's" 7", Slumberland #5 (!), $8.
-HONEYBUNCH "Mine Your Own Business" 7", Slumberland #14, $6
-HOUSE OF PAIN "Shamrocks and Shenanigans" 7", green vinyl on SubPop, $4.
-INDIAN BINGO "Big Rock" 7", beautiful #'d letterpress sleeve on IPR as
 part of their Archive Series, orange vinyl, Independent Project (IPR)
 #37, $5.
-LORELEI "Asleep" 7", Slumberland #32, $4.
-MADISON ELECTRIC "Heavy Petal" 7", 3 songs, farfisas, vox organs, 7 kids
 from Ann Arbor doin' pop.  These babies are out of print but I've
 got a few for sale. on Quiddity, $4.
-BARBARA MANNING (SF SEALS) "Baseball Trilogy" 7", 3 tracks, Matador, $4.
-BARBARA MANNING (WORLD OF POOH) "A Trip to Your Tonsils" 7", 4 tracks, on
 Nuf Sed, $4
-BARBARA MANNING "Don't Let it Bring You Down" 7", on Forced Exposure,$4.
-McTELLS "Snowy White" 7", produced by Calvin Johnson.  Another 2-track,
 one-sided release on Four Letter Words, complete with silk-screened
 sleeve.  FLW 003, $5.
-MECCA NORMAL "Armchairs Fit Through Doorways" 7",3 songs on K (IPU#28),$4
-MINXUS "Steal Steal Steal" 7", Too Pure #32, $5
-MINXUS "Silk Purse" 7", Too Pure #40, $5
-THE ORCHIDS/BOUQUET/CRYSTAL GARDEN 7" on Waaaaaaah!!, $4
-OUR AMERICAN COUSINS "Pandora 99" 7", these folks were featured on the
 classic One Last Kiss comp., pink vinyl, on Rockville, $3.
-PARASITES "Something to Hold On To" 7", Slumberland #30, $4
-PAVEMENT "Radio" 7", on Chemical Imbalance, 7" also includes Kicking
 Giant, Faust, Sun City Girls and TV Personalities. $15.
-PAVEMENT "2nd Peel Session" aka "Garrulous" 7", 4 tracks, $10.
-PAVEMENT "Cut Your Hair" 7", 3 tracks, Matador, $4.
-RED TEMPLE SPIRITS "New Land" 7", super-luxurious super-limited w/
 letterpress sleeve on Independent Project (IPR#26), $5.
-SEBADOH "Gimme Indie Rock" 7", 5 tracks, clear vinyl, Homestead, $10.
-SEBADOH "Skull" 7", 3 tracks, SubPop, $4.
-SMALL FACTORY "Suggestions" 7", 3 tracks, Collision Time, $6.
-SMALL FACTORY "What to Want" 7", 3 tracks, Slumberland#13, $7.
-TEENBEAT 100 7", w/BOCS, Eggs, Tsunami, Butch Willis, Unrest, Shoetrees,
 Bratmobile, Sexual Milkshake, Cobalt and Los Marauders.  White, Green and
 Orange sleeve. $10.
-TIGER TRAP "Supercrush" 7", 3 songs, K (IPU #36), $4
-TSUNAMI "Geniuses of Crack," 7", blue vinyl, Homestead, $6.
-VELOCITY GIRL/TSUNAMI "Warm/Crawl"/"Left Behind" split 7", SubPop singles
 club '92 release on clear pink vinyl. $15
-VELOCITY GIRL "Crazy Town" 7" on yellow vinyl, SubPop, $6.
-WIMP FACTOR 14 "One for the Record Books," 2-track one-sided 7" w/
 silkscreened sleeve on Four Letter Words.  FLW 006, $5.


that's all!
Andrew


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