Produced by Mark
Freegard. «Outdoor Miner» was originally recorded by Wire. BAD D
2001 is a 10" single limited to 10,000 copies. The run-out grooves
read «Steve, yah, bloody good bloke.» «Miki? Face like a bulldog
chewing a wasp!» (BADD2001). The run-out grooves read BAD «Chris -
does a lotta work for charity» «see that Emma from Lush? -dyin' for
it!». BAD2001CD was released in a deluxe fold-out digipak. «For Love»
produced by Robin
Guthrie (Cocteau Twins).
«Outdoor Miner» written by Graham Lewis (Wire) and Colin Newman (Wire).
«Outdoor Miner» coproduced by Mark Freegard.
2002 (flyer) (1992)
CADD2002CD is a limited edition deluxe fold-out digipak. CADD2002 is
a double 10" release. They both have similar sleeves, which are
pretty different from the other formats. The run-out grooves read
«What do you call Lush's...» / «bass player in Japan?» / «Rippon in
Nippon...» / «...wise words mate.» (CADD2002). Produced by Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins). Engineered by
Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins), Mitsuo Tate and Lincoln Fong. Recorded at
September Sound, London. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Jim Friedman. Write to Lush
Information Service, P.O. Box 2406, London, NW1 5NE.
Doughton. Enter Kelley
Deal. Featuring Mike Hunt and John Matlock. Recorded at Looking
Glass Studios, NYC, First Protocol, London and Nomis Studios.
Engineered by Paul Berry,
Dante Desole, Guy Fixsen
and Ben Darlow. Comixed by Paul
Berry. Remixed by Mark
Freegard. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin, Shinro Ohtake and IQ
videographics. «Don't Call Home» cowritten by John Murphy.
The run-out grooves read «scene but not herd». Initial quantities of
CAD2004 includes the free 7" single listed below. Coarranged by Hugh Jones. Produced by Hugh Jones. Recorded at Monnow Valley, Palladium
Studios, Edinburg, Blackwing, Roundhouse, Ridge Farm, Swanyard Studios,
London and Master Rock. Engineered by Hugh Jones, Phil Ault, Alan
Branch, Kevin Hurley, Steve Bray, Paul Tipler, Goetz
Botzenhardt and John O'Donnell. Featuring Caroline Lavelle. Sleeve
by Christopher Bigg,
Vaughan Oliver, Kevin Westenberg, Matt Heslop and Pirate Design. Write to
Pale Saints, P.O. Box 1880, London N16 0DZ.
Featuring Karen Neal
(Inside Out) and Denise
James. Recorded at Warren's House and Blackwing. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Terry Dowling and The Brothers Quay. The
sleeve and the disc both say that this release has four tracks, but
there is in fact five songs. In addition to the four first tracks
that are listed, a fifth track is mentioned in passing in the liner
notes, giving it the name «The Dirt Eaters». «The Dirt Eaters»
features a sample of Jack Nicholson. «Man On The Silver Mountain»
written by Richie
Blackmore. «Are We Still Married?» remixed by Ivo Watts-Russell (The Hope Blister) and John Fryer.
BAD2006, BAD2006CD (1992): A Girl Like You (7" mix) [R GAD2104CD], Angel, A Girl Like You (1000 Times) [R GAD2104CD], A Girl Like You (Born To Be Kissed) [R GAD2104CD]
Coproduced by Drostan
Madden. Sleeve by Chris
Bigg and The Wolfgang
Press. «Angel» remixed by Vince Clarke (Erasure). «A Girl Like
You» remixed by Rew.
Recorded at Hybrid Studio and Brian Eno's studio. Mastered by Tony Cousins. Featuring Hahn
Rowe, James Pinker
(Heavenly Bodies), Nell Catchpole, Brian Eno, Roger Eno, Ben
Arion, Daniel Lanois, Richard Henderson and Jo Burgess. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Russell Mills, Simon Larbalestier,
Douglas Brothers and Pirate
Design. «Slow Breakdown» cowritten by Brian Eno.
Produced by Hugh Jones.
Mixed by Hugh Jones.
Recorded at Monnow
Valley and Rik Rak. Featuring Fedja Franklin. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Paul McMenamin. «Blue
Flower» written by Peter
Blegvad and Anthony
The cd was released in a DigiPak. The last track is not listed
anywhere, but is just tacked on to the end of «Low Red Moon». Belly
are Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses), Thomas Gorman, Fred Abong (Throwing Muses) and Chris Gorman. All songs
written by Tanya Donelly and produced by Tracy Chisholm and Belly.
Tom and Chris Gorman used to be in the now-defunct hardcore band
Verbal Assault. Engineered by Tracy Chisholm and Keith
Wilkinson. Recorded at Normandy Studios, Warren, RI. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Chris Gorman.
Gotobed (Wire), Simon
Simmons and Bruce
Gilbert (Wire). «Blue Jay Way» written by George Harrison (The
Swallow are Mike Mason and
Louise Trehy. Produced by
John Fryer. Engineered by
John Fryer and Paul Doyle. Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh and Blackwing
Studios, London. Featuring Jon Turner. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Jim Friedman, Dominic Davies, Scott
Kuckler and Mary Mathieson.
This live album was recorded at the press launch for the «Cobalt
Blue» album at The Aquarium, London Zoo on 21st May 1992. It was
taped by Michael, as he always does with his rare solo performances,
with no intention of releasing it. But once all parties heard the
recording, it was agreed that it deserved a far wider audience than
the original gathering of media and friends. To this end, it has been
made avalable in a limited edition. Mastered by Tony Cousins. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Simon Larbalestier,
Bob Draper and Pirate
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.
CADD2013, CADD2013CD (1992): CAD2013CD, KH1 (cd)
Limited editions of the LP sold through The Chain With No Name
included the free LP KH1. The initial quantities of the CD was a
slim-line double CD box and was mislabeled CAD2013CD. (The «D» for
«Deluxe» was dropped.) Coproduced by Steve Boyer, Paul Q. Kolderie and Artie
Smith. Featuring Leslie
Langston and Bob Mould
(Hüsker Dü). Recorded at Power Station, NYC and Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. Engineered by Steve Boyer and Victor
Deyglio. A Japanese version of «Red Heaven» was released that had
most of the tracks from KH1 on the same disc as «Red Heaven». It
lacked «Bea» and «Delicate Cutters».
Red House Painters are Anthony Koutsos, Mark Kozelek, Gorden Mack and Jerry Vessel. Original
demos. The CD was released in a DigiPak. Sleeve by Simon Larbalestier.
Also released in a jewel case in the US by Warner Bros (9 45062-2).
«Blowback» is remixes from the previously released album «Blow». Some
versions are redically different and others are instrumental. Limited
edition. Original recordings by John Fryer. Overdubs and remixes by
Swallow with Paul Tipler. Assembly and edits by Paul Doyle. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver and Alexandra Murray. This
is the last release by Swallow on 4AD.
The US version will have one track less because Brit CD manufacturers
will guarantee the disc for 78min of play time, and WB will only
2017 (postcard) (1992)
1, 2 and 6 produced by Fred Maher. 1 and 6 engineered and 2
co-engineered by Lloyd Puckitt. Featuring Jack Daley, Julius Klepacz, Fred Maher, Matthew Sweet,
Everett Breadley, Dorrit Chrysler, Sarah Walker, Melora Creager, Julia Kent and Serena U. Jost. The last
three are Rasputina. Recorded at Zabriskie Point and Axis
Studio. Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Jim
Friedman. Write to Ultra Vivid Scene, P.O. Box 4647, New York,
N.Y. 10185-0040, USA.
BAD2018, BAD2018CD (Nov 9 1992): AD2018, Hot Burrito #1, Sweet Ride
BADC2018, BADD2018CD (1993): Gepetto [R CAD3002], It's Not Unusual, Star (demo) [R CAD3002], Dusted (demo) [R CAD3002]
BAD2018, BAD2018CD (1993): Gepetto [BADC2018], Hot Burrito #1 [BAD2018], Sexy S [AD2018], Sweet Ride [BAD2018]
The first 2000 copies of the 7" has two postcards included. There are
six different postcards. «Hot Burrito #1» is called «Hot Burrito #2»
on the original «Gepetto» ep, but this was corrected on subsequent
releases. Produced by Gil
Norton, Lou Giordano
and Tim O'Hair. Engineered by Dave Buchanan. Recorded at
Liverpool and Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. Featuring Juliana Hatfield and Dylan Roy. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Chris Gorman. Release
history for this baby: First the original «Gepetto» was released in
November 1992 with a white sleeve. After the album «Star» had been
released, a limited edition with a remix of «Gepetto» was released in
April 1993. Two weeks after, this BADD2018 was deleted, and a new ep
called «Gepetto (remix)» was released bearing the same ident as the
original «Gepetto»: BAD2018, but this one was released in a black
sleeve. «Hot Burrito #1» written by Gram Parsons and Chris Ethridge.
«Gepetto» remixed by Howard
Gray. «It's Not Unusual» written by Mills and Reed. «It's Not
Unusual» featuring Leslie
Muses). «Star» recorded by Jo Harvard. «Dusted» recorded
by Jo Harvard.
Recorded live 8th. and 9th. Oct., 1992. The Grand Theater, Clapham,
London on the Advision Mobile.
Featuring Murray Mitchell, Christian Hoffman and Steven Severin
(Siouxie And The Banshees). Sleeve by Chantal Coves and Bleddyn Butcher. «Loose»
written by The Stooges.
n. 1. The science concerned with the physical structure of animals
and plants. 2. A body of work upon this subject. A treatise, a book,
a calendar. 3. A fiction by division being monthly, an abundant
carcass. 4. Thirteen portions / components speaking separately: «the
anatomy of 1993 / time». 5. Meaning being herein set apart. [from
Obscuria anatome, to separate]. Definition, Toby Ingham. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Paul McMenamin, Simon Larbalestier, Dominic Davies, Shinro Ohtake, Jim Friedman, Kevin Westenberg, Tamar Cohen, David Slatoff,
Mills, Terry Dowling
and Alexandra Murray.
The calendar is as puzzling as you would expect. It comes in a yellow
cardboard box and is very large.
Peel session recorded 9.12.80 for BBC1. The run-out grooves read «Sic
transit gloria in camera» «Ask mother».
The last four tracks were recorded in 1991, ten years after the group
first disbanded. Recorded at Stone Room. Coproduced by Drostan Madden. Featuring
Rew, Drostan Madden and Michael Allen (The Wolfgang Press). Sleeve by
CAD206CD (1982): CADC206, BAD309, AD212, BAD208
206 (poster) (1982)
206 (flyer) (1982)
Featuring Faith. Produced by Hugh Jones. Sleeve by 23 Envelope.
Originally licensed to Sire in the US, the CD will be rereleased by
4AD/Warner. Yes, there are three different versions of «Life in the
Gladhouse» on the CD.
CAD207CD (1982): CAD207, AD111, Dead Joe [R CAD207]
Featuring Barry Adamson,
Anita Lane, Harry Howard
and Richard Mazda. Produced by Tony Cohen. Sleeve by Ed «Big
Daddy» Roth. Richard Mazda says that he produced the album. The bulk
of 'Junkyard' was recorded at Matrix Studios in Little Russell St,
Bloomsbury, London. Barry Adamson plays most of the bass on this
album because Tracy Pew was in jail in Australia.
BAD208 (1982): Life In The Gladhouse [BAD208], The Choicest View [BAD208], Fragments Of Fear [BAD19], Legion
Sleeve by 23
Envelope. The run-out grooves read «Ooh la, ooh la, 23
Envelope!». Some versions of this EP has four tracks, and some have
two, I have heard from several sources.
Featuring Charles Arthur, Simon Gillham, Tom, C. N.,
Desmond Simmons and Robert Gotobed (Wire).
Engineered by Steve Parker. This version of «Not To» is minimally
different from the original version. Colin Newman left and signed to
Crammed Disks where he has released at least three albums. He is a
member of Wire, who has released tons of albums an various record
companies. They have now found a home at Mute.