609 (poster) (1986)
609 (postcard) (1986)
Appleton (Breathless), Deidre Rutowski, Louise Rutowski, Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins), Richard Thomas (Dif Juz), David Curtis (Dif Juz), Jon Turner, Alison Limerick, Jean, Peter Ulrich, Keith Mitchell, Nigel K. Hine, Anne Turner,
Les McKuen, Richenel (Richenel), Chris Pye (Press Gang),
(Siouxie and the Banshees), Caroline Seaman, Alan Curtis (Dif Juz), Mark Cox (The Wolfgang Press), Andrew Gray (The Wolfgang Press), Steven Young (Colourbox), Tony Waerea and Gini Ball. Engineered by John Fryer and Jon Turner. DAD609 is a double
album. �Velvet Belly� written by Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). �Velvet Belly� sampled on One Dove's �Why
Don't You Take Me� �The Jeweller� written by Thomas Rapp (Pearls Before
Swine). �Ivy And Neet� written by Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins). �Meniscus�
written by D. Curtis. �Tears�
written by Simon
Twins). �Tarantula� written by Martyn Young (Colourbox). �My Father� written by
Judy Collins. �Come Here
My Love� written by Van
Morrison. �At First And Then� written by Peter Ulrich. �Strength Of
Strings� written by Gene
Clark (The Byrds). �Morning Glory� written by Tim Buckley. �I Want To Live�
written by Gary Ogan and Bill Lamb. �Firebrother�
written by G. Duncan. �I Must
Have Been Blind� written by Tim Buckley. �Alone� written
by Graham Lewis (Wire)
and Colin Newman (Wire).
�The Horizon Bleeds And Sucks Its Thumb� cowritten by Mark Cox (The Wolfgang Press). �Drugs�
written by David Byrne.
�Red Rain� cowritten by Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins).
Promo released by Vertigo. The first lp has a b/w picture of Alison
Limerick with a poster of "It'll End In Tears" behind her. The second
record jacket contains artwork. The cover, front & back, is the cover
of the "Come Here My Love"/ "Drugs" single. The artwork is the same
size as the 10" single surrounded with a white border. Inside are 9
12" by 12" pages of the Filigree & Shadow inner sleeves and a equal
size of cardboard for backing. There are two sets of the sleeves. One
set is the credits. The other set contain the lyrics for each song
corresponding to the side. The remaining sleeve is a silver colored
page with white border with This Mortal Coil: Filigree & Shadow in
the bottom left-hand corner.
Promo release from PolyGram (DJV 206).
Peel session recorded 9.12.80 for BBC1. The run-out grooves read �Sic
transit gloria in camera� �Ask mother�.
In Camera are Jeff
Wilmott, Pete Moore, Andrew Gray (The Wolfgang Press) and David Steiner. Engineered
by Eric Radcliffe and
John Fryer. Featuring Suze Chebib. Recorded at Blackwing.
Exit Ian Masters. Enter Colleen Browne. Featuring
Roddy Lorimer, Simon Clarke and Caroline Lavelle.
Produced by Hugh Jones.
Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh. Engineered by Hugh Jones, James Brown and David Browne. Sleeve by Paul McMenamin and Dominic Davies. �Fine
Friend� cowritten by J. Watson.
Coproduced by Dine. Engineered by Paul Doyle, Brian McNeil and
Dave Pine. This is the last release by Spirea X on 4AD. �Signed D.
C.� written by Arthur Lee.
Released by Creation Records.
BADD2012, BADD2012CD (1992): Firepile [R CAD2013], Jak, Ride into the Sun, Handsome Woman
Exit Tanya Donelly and
Fred Abong. Engineered by
Steve Boyer and Paul Kolderie. Featuring Leslie Langston and Bernard Georges. Sleeve
by v23. �Manic
Depression� written by Jimi
Hendrix. �Jak� written by Peter Prescott (Volcano Suns / Misson
of Burma). �Ride into the Sun� written by Reed/Cale/Morrison/Tucker.
Cassette given away with the Jan 30, 1993 issue of Melody Maker.
Exclusive tracks from the Radio 1FM Mark Goodier Show July 25, 1992
(MMMC ONE). The cd is a promo release (MM PRO-CD 100).
Cassette given away with a copy of Melody Maker. Exclusive tracks
from the BBC Radio 1 FM Mark Goodier Show (MMMC TWO).
Cardboard slipcase box including booklet released in Australia by
Missing Link/Shock Records (LINK 30).
Produced by Kendra Smith
(Opal) and A. Phillip
Uberman. Recorded at Dreamland, Loleta, CA. Engineered by Steve Dellay. Featuring Tim
Gray, J. H. Brown, Axis, M. Ali Gassemi, Kent Stephenson, Lazlo
Toth, Justin Hobart Brown, John McManus and Steve Dellay. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin, Melodie McDaniel and A. Phillip Uberman.
�Temporarily Lucy� recorded at Paddle Ranch,
Solomon Creek, CA. �Temporarily Lucy� engineered by Kent Stephenson. �Space
Unadorned� recorded at Paddle Ranch,
Solomon Creek, CA. �Space Unadorned� engineered by Kent Stephenson. �Bold
Marauder� written by R. Marina and M. Farina.
BADD6009CD (1996): 500 (Shake Baby Shake) [CAD6004], I'd Like to Walk Around in Your Mind, Kiss Chase (acoustic version) [R CAD4011], Last Night (hexadeciman dub mix) [R CAD6004]
AD6009 (1996): 500 (Shake Baby Shake) [CAD6004], I Have The Moon [BAD6009]
Mixed by Pete Bartlett
and Giles Hall. Engineered
by Liam Molloy and Neil Simons. Sleeve by v23 and Ichiro Kono. The 7" was
released on clear vinyl. �500 (Shake Baby Shake)� mixed by Mike
Drake. �500 (Shake Baby Shake)� engineered by Steve Cook. �I Have The Moon�
written by S. Merritt. �Piledriver� written by Chris Acland. �I'd Like to
Walk Around in Your Mind� written by unknown. �Last Night� mixed by
Promo release. The track �Single Bloke� isn't listed anywhere and
features changed lyrics. It is BBC Radio's Mark Radcliffe and some
other guy (forgot his name) doing their own version of 'Single Girl'.
They changed the lyrics (and play the song themselves?). The lyrics
are so obnoxious that it MUST be Radcliffe. �Last Night� mixed by Steve Osborne.
Promo released in the US (PRO-CD-8303).