Date: Sat, 11 Jan 1997 23:48:44 -0500
what about the Bedazzled bands? I would say that Curtain Society, the new
An April March and older Viola Peacock (maybe even Ultracherry Violet)
would fit the bill of 'shoegazer'.
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 00:43:01 -0500
am interested in the 4AD tribute record. can u tell me who's on it and what
songs they cover?
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 04:05:07 EST
---from that boy, the one in zinc:
> nightblooms? are they still releasing stuff? more college boy rock
> than shoegazing...
Actually, I've been listening to their self-titled album (their first?) a
lot over this past week, especially while at work, and I'm really
beginning to like it more and more. To me, that album sounds a lot like
what I wished Lush would eventually turn into when I heard their first
_Scar_ EP. Feedback-drenched noisy pop songs with layered female
vocals...sound like a description you've heard before? And "Butterfly
Girl"...wow! Twees are bweathing water indeed!
But I never bought the album after that, the one about the Cafe. I heard
it was a lot less dreamy and not near as good, and it got shelved in my
mind. I don't know if one album qualifies them as a shoegazer act. But
then again, now that I think about it...most of those groups only put out
one album, before (a) getting dropped, (b) breaking up, or (c) going in a
different musical direction (usually the worst of all - see also:
Catherine Wheel, _Happy_Days_).
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 13:24:47 -0500
Here is a list of Cd's I am selling off. I love this list, therefore I am
giving you first dibs. I apologize for the bandwidth, and as long as people
reply to ME, and not to the list....this should be the last post of my Cd's
that you will see.
Remember, please direct all inquiries about these to ME, and not to the
list. Thanks for your time.
All prices include shipping, and orders are taken on a first come, first
Tori Amos- "Hey Jupiter" import CD single (2 remixes + 2 live) $5
Bjork- "Hyperballad" import CD single (CD1) (5 remixes) $5
Lotion- "Tear" promo CD single (includes 2 extra tracks) $2
Pooka- "Graham Robert Wood" EP (out of print-includes 3 extra tracks) $5
They Might Be Giants- "Snail Shell" promo CD single (1 trk w pic sleeve) $2
They Might Be Giants- "S-E-X-X-Y" CD Ep (includes 3 b-sides & a remix) $3
Blur- Parklife $6
Ingrid Chavez- May 19, 1992 $6
Carmen Electra- Carmen Electra $5
Phillip Glass- Songs from Liquid Days $6
House of Love- Babe Rainbow $6
The Jerky Boys- The Jerky Boys 3 $7
Naked Eyes- Very Best of Naked Eyes $6
Ocean Blue- Cerulean $5
REM- New Adventures in Hi-Fi $7
Mavis Staples- The Voice $6
George Winston- Summer $6
Alvin Lives In Leeds (new--still sealed) $7
Music To Floss Your Ears With! (1995 RCA sampler) $4
You Sleigh Me! (promo Cd--features Hootie & Bfish) $7
John B. Jones
"The Higsons come from Norwich
And they eat alot of pancakes..."
-Billy Bragg, 16 Nov 96
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 15:10:02 -0500
at Jan 2, 97 10:12:20 am
My VCR cut off the first few minutes of AMP last night, so I was
wondering if anyone knows what the first video was. (featured a Japanese
man and woman swimming underwater, as well as random swirly colors)
Of course, being the cynic that I am, I have to say that Amp seems to be
sliding downhill already. Do we really need to see Underworld and the
Chemical Bros. on every episode?? (Much as I like those videos) There are
so many more adventurous things they could be playing (Laika, surely
Seefeel have videos) Obviously, this betrays my own bias, but I thought
with a horrible timeslot like that, surely they're *tryng* to do
something different. Silly me, it's MTV. (though I was amused to see
M/A/R/R/S "Pump Up the Volume")
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 15:02:20 EST
On Fri, 10 Jan 1997 14:38:35 -0600 Jason Marc Morehead
<[email protected]> writes:
>> As I am new to this list I ask myself if there are any other German
>> 4AD-Fans subscribed to the list?
>> My second question: Of "Cocteau twins" I only know the CD "Blue bell
>> knoll". As I want to extend my CD-Collection I would like to know
>> the best CDs of this band.
>i've always loved "victorialand". it's probably one of their most
>"atmospheric" or "ambient" cds. there's very little percussion,
>mostly beautiful, spacey guitars and liz frazier's angelic vocals. i
>find it to be the perfect album to listen to during the winter.
>"heaven or los vegas" is quite good as well.
My top votes go to "Victorialand" and "Treasure" as well. "Heaven or Las
Vegas" and "Milk and Kisses" are also must-haves.
You may want to visit Cocteau Twins Official Website at
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 17:20:42 PST
ich bin aus deutchland...aber ich wohne shon lange in usa...und schreibe
sehr wenig in deutsch...cocteau twin war einmals gut...jetz bin ich
nicht mehr so su frieden....ambient ist DIE musik...alles gute....
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 16:01:23 -0800
the second alboum is still real great not as dreamy , more rock-ey
but still a real keeper...
i was wondering also what had happened to the 'blooms....
anyone know ? ive also tried to find a web site for them,
either by another fan or by their label...
know of one ?
>---from that boy, the one in zinc:
>> nightblooms? are they still releasing stuff? more college boy rock
>> than shoegazing...
>But I never bought the album after that, the one about the Cafe. I heard
>it was a lot less dreamy and not near as good, and it got shelved in my
>mind. I don't know if one album qualifies them as a shoegazer act. But
>then again, now that I think about it...most of those groups only put out
>one album, before (a) getting dropped, (b) breaking up, or (c) going in a
>different musical direction (usually the worst of all - see also:
>Catherine Wheel, _Happy_Days_).