Engineered by Phill Brown
and Steve Rizzo. Mixed by
Billy O'Connell and Steve
Rizzo. Featuring Jane
Scarpantoni and Michael
Stipe (REM). Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin, Shinro Ohtake and Andrew Catlin. «Your Ghost»
coproduced by Lenny Kaye.
«Uncle June and Aunt Kiyoti» cowritten by William James Hersh. «When
the Levee Breaks» written by Page, Plant, Lones, Bonham and Minnie.
4002 (flyer) (1994)
CADD 4002 CD is a limited edition digipak with 6 illustrated lyrics
cards included. Coproduced by Lenny Kaye. Engineered by Phill Brown and Steve Rizzo. Recorded at
Stable Sound, Portsmouth. Featuring Jane Scarpantoni. Sleeve
by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin, Shinro Ohtake and Andrew Catlin. «Your Ghost»
featuring Michael Stipe
(REM). «The Letter» coproduced by Steve Rizzo.
Limited edition. All songs written by Lisa Germano. Produced by Malcolm Burn. Mixed by Ivo Watts-Russell (The Hope Blister) and John Fryer. Featuring Ronald Jones, Kenny Aronoff, Daryl Johnson, Toby Myers, Jay Joyce, Bill Dillon, John Keane and Malcolm Burn. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Cathy Fenwick and
Andrew Catlin. Recorded
Studios, New Orleans and Blackwing Studios, London.
«Sycophant» cowritten by Jay
The last track isn't listed anywhere on the packaging. Featuring Carla Fabrizio, Dan Barbee and Larry Ragent.
Engineered by Gibbs
Chapman and Billy Anderson. Recorded at Coast Recorders,
San Francisco and Razors Edge, San Francico. Sleeve by Simon Larbalestier.
«Shock Me» written by Ace Frehley (Kiss).
A slightly different version of this album was released by Warner in
1993. This version lacks one track from that release, have had two
tracks remixed, and has a different track sequence. Produced by Malcolm Burn. Featuring Ronald Jones, Daryl Johnson, Bill Dillon, Malcolm Burn, Jay Joyce, Michael Radovsey, Kenny Aronoff, Toby Myers and John Keane. Recorded at Kingsway Studios,
New Orleans, Bloodsucker Studios and Champagne Studios,
Nashville. Engineered by Malcolm Burn, Mark Howard,
Wayne Lorenz, John Keane,
Trina Shoemaker, Giles
Reaves and Mike
Griffith. Mixed by Malcolm Burn, Trina SHoemaker, Jay Joyce, Mike Griffith, Ivo Watts-Russell (The Hope Blister) and John Fryer. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Adrian
Philpott, John Weber and Malcolm Burn. «Destroy the
Flower» produced by Jay
Joyce. «Destroy the Flower» remixed by Ivo (This Mortal Coil).
«Sycophant» coproduced by Joy Joyce. «Sycophant» remixed by Ivo (This Mortal Coil).
BAD4006, BAD4006CD (Apr 5 1994): A Loon [AD4006], Sundrops [Re CAD4002], Me and My Charms [Re CAD4002], Velvet Days [Re CAD4002]
String arrangements by Martin McCarrick. Recorded at Blackwing Studios, London and
The Outpust, Stoughton, Massachusetts. Engineered by John Fryer and Paul Q. Kolderie. Mixed by
John Fryer and Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). Featuring Wilf Gibson, Perry
Wright, Robert Smisson, Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees) and Billy McGee. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Paul McMenamin and Shinro Ohtake.
BAD4007, BADD4007, BAD4007CD (1994): Headache [DAD4009], Men in Black, At the End of the World, Oddball
BADD4007CD (1994): Headache [DAD4009], Hate Me, This is Where I Belong, Amnesia
Produced by John Tiven.
Engineered by Jimmy Douglass and Joe Johnson. Recorded at Studio 900,
New York City. Featuring Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu), Nick Vincent, Lyle
Workman, John Tiven and
Sally Tiven. Sleeve by v23 and Michael Halsband.
«Headache» coproduced by Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu). «Headache» engineered by Efren Herrera, Bill Cooper,
David Bianco, Frank
Gryner, Matt Westfield and John Jackson. «Headache» recorded at The Clubhouse,
Burbank, California, American, Calabasas, California and Can-Am,
Los Angeles, California. «Headache» mixed by David Bianco. «This is Where
I Belong» written by Ray Davies.
BADD4008, BAD4008CD (May 30 1994): AD4008, Love at First Sight (2:58) [GAD2K22CD], Undertow (Spooky Remix) (9:13) [R CAD4011]
Tracks 1, 2 and 4 by Berenyi. Coproduced by Mike Hedges. Mixed by Alan Moulder. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott and
Melodie McDaniel. The
run-out grooves read AD «a funny thing happened to the way to the
perineum» «when the boot goes in». The run-out grooves read BAD «I've
seen a table wine» «a Norweigan pine». «Love at First Sight» written
by S. Moxham (Young Marble Giants). «Undertow» remixed by Spooky.
4009 (flyer) (1994)
Also released as a promo in the US by 4AD/Elektra (61618). DAD4009CD
was also released in a plastic sleeve as a promo with different
graphics on the disc. This is the last release by Frank Black on 4AD.
He has left and signed to American Recordings.
(1984): AD401, Reflection
BADD4010, BAD4010CD (May 30 1994): Desire Lines (7:29) [CAD4011], White Wood (4:14), Girl's World (4:56) [AD4010], Lovelife (Suga Bullit remix) (8:15) [R CAD4011]
Track 1, 2 & 4 by Anderson; 2 by Anderson/Berenyi. Coproduced by Mike Hedges. Mixed by Alan Moulder. Arranged by Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees) and Audrey Riley. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott and
Melodie McDaniel. The
run-out grooves read AD «back to the draining board» «two bars on and
vim under the sink». The run-out grooves read BAD «I've seen a belly
flop» «and a record shop». «Lovelife» remixed by Suga-D and Co-Co-T.
4011 (postcard) (1994)
Tracks 1, 2, 4 & 8 by Berenyi; 3, 5-7, 9, 10, 12 by Anderson; 11 by
Anderson/Berenyi. Coproduced by Mike Hedges. Engineered by Mike Hedges, Lance Phillips,
Curtis Schwartz, Chris Ludwinski, Paul Read and Ronen Tal. Recorded
at Blackfield Studios, Wales, Berry House, Sussex, Abbey Road, London
Studios, London. Mixed by Alan Moulder. Arranged by Audrey Riley and Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). Featuring Martin Ditcham. Write to Lush
Information Service, P.O. Box 2406, London, NW10 5NE. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott and
Melodie McDaniel. CAD
P 4011 CD is a promotional release that came in a clear slip-case
with white and orange vellum sleeve. The run-out grooves read «I've
seen a council skip» «and a sunset strip».
Limited 10" single. «Saints» is not listed on the sleeve. All tracks
recorded March 4 '94 at Dreamland, Kingston with J. Mascis except
«Head to Toe», recorded March 21 '94 at Cro Magnon, Dayton.
Engineered by John Agneus and John Shough. Write to
Breeders Digest, P. O. Box 5090, Hoboken NJ 07030. Sleeve by Josephine Wiggs (The
Perfect Disaster) and Maria Piñeres. Also released by Elektra in the
US on 7"/10" opaque mint green vinyl and clear dark green vinyl
(64533-7). «Head to Toe» written by Josephine Wiggs (The
Perfect Disaster) and D. Senechal. «Head to Toe» arranged by K.
Schenerbach. «Shocker in Gloomtown» written by R. Pollard (Guided by
Voices). «Freed Pig» written by Lou Barlow (Sebadoh). «Freed
Pig» originally appeared on «Sebadoh III»
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.
Produced by Hugh Jones.
Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh. Featuring Roddy Lorimer, Simon Clarke, Caroline Lavelle, Jon Turner and Hugh Jones. Mixed by Hugh Jones and Helen Woodward. Sleeve by
Paul McMenamin and Dominic Davies. «Song of
Solomon» produced by Mark
Freegard. «Song of Solomon» engineered by Dave Buchanan. «Song of
Solomon» recorded at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool.
DAD4015, DAD4015CD (1994): Yulunga (spririt dance) [L CADC3013], Rakim [L], Song of the Sibyl [L], I Can See Now [L], American Dreaming [L], Cantara [L CAD705], The Wind That Shakes The Barley [L CADC3013], I Am Stretched On Your Grave [L], Desert Song [L], Oman [L], Tristan [L], Sanvean [L], Don't Fade Away [L], Persian Love Song [L], Piece for Solo Flute [L]
VADD4015 (1994): VAD4015, DAD4015CD
4015 (flyer) (1994)
VAD D 4015 is a limited edition cardboard box (23x17x4cm) containing
the video and the cd. Featuring Robert Perry, John Bonnar, Ronan
Claxton and Lance
Hogan. Engineered by Guy Clarbonneau and Charlie Bouis. Recorded at
The Mayfair Theatre, Santa Monica, California. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Linda Connor.
Also released as a promo (45769 in the US, DAD 4015 CD in the UK) in
a digipak. Also released on Laserdisc by 4AD in the US (38405-6).
There's an untitled track by Perry played during the end titles of
the video. The live version of "Yulunga (Spirit Dance)" is only heard
on the cd. On the video you hear the studio version and see the video
clip - sleeve notes: "Yulunga (spirit dance) images from Baraka, a
Mark Magidson production / a Ron Fricke film". «The Wind That Shakes
The Barley» written by Dr.
Dwyer Joyce. «I Am Stretched On Your Grave» written by King & Donovan. «Tristan»
written by Gottfried von
Stassburg. «The Wind That Shakes The Barley» written by Dr. Dwyer Joyce. «I Am
Stretched On Your Grave» written by King & Donovan. «Tristan»
written by Gottfried von
CADD4016CD (1995): CADP4016CD, TWP 6 CD (cdsingle)
4016 (flyer) (1995)
CAD P 4016 CD is a promo release in a clear plastic sleeve. CAD D
4016 CD is a limited edition release. Produced by Drostan Madden. Recorded
at T. W. P. Studio, Roundhouse and Blackwing. Sleeve by Chris Bigg, T. W. P, Stephen
Gray and Mark Harwood. Featuring Dave Curtis, Robin Brown, Drostan Madden, Apollo 440, Noko,
Claudia Fontaine, Segs, Craig Vear, Stephen Blake, Gary Asquith (Renegade
Soundwave), Rew, Sandra
Moussempès, Gloria Robakowski, Vicky St. James, Jay Posner, George Holt and
Billy Surgeoner. Engineered by Drostan Madden, Andy
Kowalski, Allan Jenkins, Guy
Fixsen, Simon Van Zwananberg and Claire Tonkinson. Released in
the US (9 45738-2).
Featuring Malcolm Burn
and Kenny Aronoff.
Engineered by Mark Hood, Pat Keating and Ron Black. Recorded at Echo
Park, Bloomington, Indiana. Sleeve by Paul McMenamin and Dominic Davies. «Just
Geek» cowritten by Malcolm
Burn. «Cry Wolf» cowritten by Jay Joyce. «Sexy Little Girl
Princess» cowritten by Malcolm Burn.
BAD4018, BAD4018CD (Dec 1994): Bright Yellow Gun [CAD5002], Crayon Sun, Red Eyes, Like a Dog [AD4018]
Enter Bernard Georges.
Basic tracks co-produced by Phill Brown. Engineered by Trina Shoemaker. Recorded
Studios, New Orleans. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Stine Schyberg. «Crayon
Sun» written by D. Hidago (Latin Playboys) and L. Perez (Latin
CAD402CD (1984): CADC402, BAD401, AD401, Breaking Away
402 (poster) (1984)
Featuring Nick Barnard, Sally Beamish, Pandit Dinesh, Lorita Grahame (Colourbox), Nicky Holland, Caroline Lavelle, Nicola
Lewis, Jeff Seopardie and Kate St. John (Dream Academy). Coproduced
by Hugh Jones. Sleeve by 23 Envelope. The
run-out grooves read «I said muvver» (CAD402). This was the last
released by Modern English on 4AD. They have released at least one
album after leaving. «Breaking Away» is a previously unreleased demo.
BAD403 (1984): Say You [R CAD508], Fast Dump [AD403]
Featuring Ian Robbins.
Sleeve by 23
CADC404, CAD404CD (1984): CAD404, BAD408
Dead Can Dance are Lisa
Gerrard and Brendan
BAD405CD (1984): BAD405, Pearly-Dewdrops'Drops [AD405]
Enter Simon Raymonde.
Simon Raymonde released some singles with Drowning Craze on Situation
Two -- «Storage Case» (SIT 3), «Trance» (SIT 13), and «Heat» (SIT
16). The 12" is available with 2 cover versions: The initial copies
have an embossed sleeve, the cover of the other ones are completely
BAD406 (1984): AD406, Punch [R CAD508], Shadows In The Room
Produced by Bob Carter.
Sleeve by 23
CAD407CD (1984): CAD407, BAD311
Zwingman. Enter Peter
Bellendir. Produced by Mick Glossop. Sleeve by 23 Envelope. After
this album Xmal Deutschland left and signed to Virgin, I think.
Engineered by Joe Gillingham and Kenny Jones.
Enter Andrew Gray.
Fraser (Cocteau Twins),
Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins), Eddie «Tan Tan»
Thriller, Martyn Young
(Colourbox) and Steven Young (Colourbox). Coproduced by Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins). Engineered by