Date: Sat, 3 Aug 1996 20:07:03 -0500
[email protected] wrote:
> ah wonderful someone else hears chicken pot pie in that one track on
> victorialand. i am glad i am not the only one, and it ruined that song for me
Yeah! Speaking of mundane lyrics, I hear something about "Cherry Coke"
somewhere on _Heaven or Las Vegas_; can't remember where at the moment,
it's been a while. I'm not kidding. I always thought I was crazy, but
maybe not in light of "chicken pot pie"...
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 08:12:09 -0400
On Sat, 3 Aug 1996 15:03:10 -0700 Reality's email account
Date: Sat, 3 Aug 1996 22:46:42 -0600
I hadn't heard anything as of yet, but last night's Dead Can Dance
show in SLC was cancelled due to Lisa Gerrard's illness. Does
anyone know if they will be rescheduling shows?
Ben T. Willardsen
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 00:49:53 -0400
I would be interested in purchasing the aforementioned comp upon completion!
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 00:53:12 -0400
Maybe we could plan a couple of sites for the fest and some how
internet-link them on a web site with some sort of real-time chat or
video hook up?
Is anybody that techo-fluent?
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 01:12:27 -0400
LIVONIA..is the only palce this could happen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
that and its practically in my back yeard...so its the only way..i could
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 00:51:01 -0400
"James L. Napiorkowski Jr."
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 09:32:00 -0400
>Yeah! Speaking of mundane lyrics, I hear something about
>somewhere on _Heaven or Las Vegas_; can't remember where
>at the moment,
>it's been a while. I'm not kidding. I always thought I was
>maybe not in light of "chicken pot pie"...
Yes!!! It's "Cherry Cola" in "Iceblink Luck"...I've heard it too.
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 11:29:56 -0600
yes, i've returned from germany and now need to catch up a li'l. so,
here's a few defeverish questions...(feel free to respond via private
is the perdition plastics version of esp summer out on cd yet? if so, how
may i obtain it?
what's the deal with the vinyl version of stars on esp? monomix? anyway,
is it worth owning?
what other crazy esp items have been recently and/or will be soon
also, if hk (farrago) happens to read this, *please* contact my
personally, i have a li'l question for you.
esp interview in the new AP is nice....warn makes me giggle. also nice
reviews from our friend gil g. way to go gil! (gil, a letter's coming
your way...someday soon)
...back to your regulary scheduled programming...
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 13:18:25 -0500
>is the perdition plastics version of esp summer out on cd yet? if so, how
>may i obtain it?
Nope, not yet. According to Mr. D and the Perdition Plastics guy, the CD
won't be out for another month or so (although I must admit that's been the
regular party line for the last... um, nine months or so, but figure
they're busy folks).
>what's the deal with the vinyl version of stars on esp? monomix? anyway,
>is it worth owning?
>From what I've been told, it is a different mono mix of the CD. The sleeve
design is different, and it's also a hair expensive ($18 at Mod Lang last
week, tho' I haven't been able to even find one measly copy here in Texas).
>what other crazy esp items have been recently and/or will be soon
There's also a mono/wire recorder super no-fi ESP Summer 7" which is
supposedly due out on Perdition Plastics. Personally I'm kinda waiting for
the full line of ESP Ultraman action figures, but I know I'm setting myself
up for a big disappointment. ;)
>also, if hk (farrago) happens to read this, *please* contact my
>personally, i have a li'l question for you.
Ask away, my good man.
>esp interview in the new AP is nice....warn makes me giggle. also nice
>reviews from our friend gil g. way to go gil! (gil, a letter's coming
>your way...someday soon)
Hey, as far as I'm concerned, ya can't get much cooler than warn.
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 14:36:51 -0700
Date City Club In-store
AUG 10 Prov,RI Met Cafe N/A
13 Boston,MA Middle East Newbury Comics(Garage)
14 NYC,NY Brownies HMV(86th St.)
15 Wash.DC 9:30 Go!Discs(Arlington)
16 Detroit,MI 7th House N/A
17 Chicago,IL Double Door TBA
18 Mnpls,MN Rev105 Cedarfest ??
19 Mnpls,MN Let It Be ??
22 Seattle,WA Crocodile Cafe Cellophane Square(U. Dist)
23 Vancouver,BC Starfish Room TBA
24 Portland,OR Berbati's Pan Music Millenium
25 SF,CA Bottom of the Hill Rough Trade(TBC)
27 LA,CA Spaceland Tower Sunset
29 Denver,CO Bluebird Thtr. Wax Trax
31 Austin,TX Electric Lounge (TBC)
SEP 1 New Orleans Mermaid Lounge N/A
3 Atlanta,GA The Point Wax 'n Facts
4 Chpl Hill,NC Cat's Cradle (TBC)
5 Phil,PA (TBC) Tower (TBC)
6 Toronto,ON The Horseshoe (TBC)
7 Montreal,PQ (TBC) (TBC)
8 Brlngtn,VT Club Toast(TBC) (TBC)
TBC=To be confirmed
The cover art for "Limbo" was produced by Gilbert (Beto) Hernandez, best
known for his work on Fantagraphics' Love and Rockets. Release
information is as follows...
Shark EP (4AD AD 6016/AD D 6016/BAD 6016 CD) - July 29, 1996
Ruthie's Knocking EP (Throwing Music RCD5-1052) - August 13, 1996
Limbo (Throwing Music RCD/RAC 10354) - August 13, 1996
Limbo (4AD CAD 6014 CD/CAD C 6014/CAD 6014) - August 19, 1996
catalog numbers and dates are for North America.
Posted by Matt on August 02, 1996 at 21:33:26:
The rumors are true---4AD recently anounced that Belly has, in fact,
broken up. Tanys has 17 songs already sone for a solo album that will
come out on 4AD. And who is her drummer going to be? David Lovering from
the Pixies! Yay!!!! Can't wait to hear the album....
Don't know what else to say about the '83 demos...Apart from the fact
that they were just that...*demos*...And not meant for release...I think
it should be left to the band's discretion whether or not a demo is fit
for release or not...If it wasn't for thefts back in the early days in
Boston, I doubt demos would be owned by anyone...The '85 cassette will be
released as is... It was an official "release" by the band at the time,
mailed to radio and all (at which time Sinkhole became the #1 College
track in the US!)... As for T and Leslie's parts on the '83 songs...The
songs (especially back then) were almost solely Kristin's vision... David
and KH would play these songs over and over again, up in Dave's attic...
Considering that, I figure it's only fair that it be left up to KH, as to
when a version of a song is final... Leslie wasn't even in the band yet
in '83...People who haven't *heard* old demos, shouldn't *praise* old
demos (imagine someone publishing the diary you kept when you were 15)...
Posted by kerina on August 03, 1996 at 05:26:00:
In Reply to: Another Pixies-Throwing Muses collaboration posted by Matt
on August 02, 1996 at 21:33:26:
If he is working with Tanya now, what ever happened to the Martinis? I
never heard anything from them aside from the one song on the Empire
records Soundtrack. I guess that might have been all they released. Too
bad, in a way- I liked that song, but a TD/DL collaboration- THAT sounds
FANTASTIC! I can't wait to hear it!
Tacked together by
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 15:54:57 -0400
On the back of the "Universal Frequencies" 7", the bridegroom looks
suspiciously like Vaughan Oliver (of course with the addition of a bad moose
stash and haircut).
Does anyone have the e-mail addy for 4AD mailorder (sorry Andie, again). I
seem to have misplaced it.
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 14:06:14 -0700
I am trying to sort through my collection (and also pay some bills) so I've
posted some 4AD items I'm auctioning on rec.music.marketplace.vinyl and
rec.music.marketplace.cd. I know some folks don't like long lists posted
to the mailing list, so I didn't include the items here. If you are
interested, you can find the posting on Usenet; also I put a copy on my web
page at http://www.electriciti.com/~dclegg or email me and I'll send you a
copy. There are some hard-to-find goodies in there...
dan clegg no microsoft products were used
[email protected] in the creation or transmission
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 19:14:48 -0400
On Sun, 4 Aug 1996, .mark. wrote:
> what other crazy esp items have been recently and/or will be soon
The Shaolin Temple Record label has released in the past the ESP
Beetles/Jennifer Wolski split 7" (featuring Warren, Davin, Matt, and
others) and we also have released the Melody Farm EP featuring His Name
Is Alive and LIttle Princess. Both are available from the Shaolin Temple
for $3 ($5 overseas). Cash preferred; make checks payable to David Pozniak.
The deadliest of weapons created by the Shaolin to attack the nervous
system and break down all willpower rendering the victim stupid. The
first sonic disease experiment. We are <
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 17:41:51 +0600
of Sat, 3 Aug 1996 16:13:22 +0000
> WOW!!!!, I didn't know that the USA was the center of
> the world.... Anyway, i like the idea but on a
> geographic point, i think there should be a festival in
> the USA, one in Europe, one in Asia, one in Australia,
> one in South America, and maybe one in outer space...
I'll organize the one in outer space! If you're interested in coming, please
send me e-mail and i'll put you on the list to get a personaly reminder/invite
when the time comes.
there's a DCD after hours party following the show at Machine Werks (112 5th
Ave. N.) by the seattle center. It features "4AD, Ethereal, Gothic, " etc.
music. From 10pm-4am (full bar before 2). I won't be there till 2 am 'cuz my
DCD partner is underage--but i'll see you there.
Date: Mon, 5 Aug 1996 03:00:43 +0200
>what other crazy esp items have been recently and/or will be soon
There was a cassette released on Generator, a few months ago:
ESP Beetles 'Spinnerin' (FRG-023)
Available at $ 4,- (USA)/$ 5,- (outside USA), incl. postage, from:
P.O. Box 581277,
And from Parasol.
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 21:53:11 -0700
I do have tinkerbell (volume 10) and access to a DAT recorder. Will be
more than happy to contribue. Also have Childcatcher from volume, but
not sure how different it is from the album version. Also Spooky
This IS EXCELLENT!!!
Date: Sun, 4 Aug 1996 21:22:26 +0000
> > ah wonderful someone else hears chicken pot pie in that one track on
> > victorialand. i am glad i am not the only one, and it ruined that song for m
> > too
> Yeah! Speaking of mundane lyrics, I hear something about "Cherry Coke"
> somewhere on _Heaven or Las Vegas_; can't remember where at the moment,
> it's been a while. I'm not kidding. I always thought I was crazy, but
> maybe not in light of "chicken pot pie"...
I hear all that stuff, too, and I think it's pretty funny. What kind
of fucking loser has a song ruined for them because of the inanity of
the lyrics, especially a song by the cocteau twins? Didn't listening
to the twins teach you anything about the [lack of] importance of
song lyrics? It's the vox, not the words, stupid! If you want
"meaningful" lyrics go listen to "classic/protest" rock on the radio
and begone from here! What a joke.