Limited edition 7" single. Exit Lincoln Allen, Michelle Cernuto and Matt Wendell
ADD 7001 is a limited edition double 7". Coproduced by Dave
Katznelson. Comixed by Mark Mooka Rennick. Featuring Joe Byrnes, Jamie Meagan, Alex Oropeza,
Jim Passarell and Sheila
Schat. Sleeve by Vaughan
O'Donnell and Michele
BAD7002CD (1997): Believe [DAD7005CD], Oh [CAD0006], Cold Breath '79 (Craze) [GUS1], Ghetto Belief [BAD7002]
BADD7002CD (1997): Believe (16B Remix) [GUS3], Believe (LFO Remix) [BAD7002], Believe [DAD7005CD], Believe (Biggomix) [GUS3], Believe (Premix) [R DAD7005CD]
BADDP7002CD (1997): Believe (16B Edit) [R DAD7005CD]
Coproduced by Páll Borg.
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver, Chris Bigg and
Eva Mueller. BAD DP 7002
CD is a promo release, released in a slim jewel case without any
artwork. «Believe» remixed by Mark Bell (LFO). «Believe»
remixed by Omid Nuorizadeh. «Believe» remixed by Mark Bell (LFO).
Music from and inspired by the Miramax motion picture _Albino
Alligator_; a thriller directed by Kevin Spacey. Featuring Anton
Schwartz, Bob Adams, Jason Lewis, James Pinker (Heavenly
Bodies), Hafez Modirzadeh, William Fichtner, Christian Forte, Jimmy
Scott, Michael Stipe
(REM) and Flea (Red Hot Chili
Peppers). Engineered by Tuti and James Pinker (Heavenly
Bodies). Recorded at Hybrid Studios. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Jim Sheldon,
Albert Sanches, Dominic
Davies and Armando Villasante. «Ill Wind (You're Blowing Me No
Good)» written by Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen. «Ill Wind (You're
Blowing Me No Good)» coproduced by Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers). «Ill
Wind (You're Blowing Me No Good)» engineered by Tom Carr and John Keane. «Ill Wind (You're
Blowing Me No Good)» recorded at Music Annex Recording Studios.
Coproduced by David Katznelson. Featuring Yuma Joe Byrnes, Jamie Meagan, Alex Orapeza,
Jim Passarell, Shaila
Schat and Arch Stanton. Recorded at Prarie Sun, Cotati, CA. Sleeve by
Patrick Roques, Christine Shield, Lyn Gaza and Paula Frazer. «Little Black
Egg» cowritten by Michael Stone.
CAD7005CD (1997): DADD7005, GUS 6 (cdsingle)
DAD 7005 CD is a double cd. Coproduced by Palli Borg. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Paul Bliss, Eva Mueller, Steph and P. J. Allan. DAD D 7005
is a limited edition LP.
Produced by Head. Limited edition. «Demon» mixed by Mike "Spike" Drake.
BAD7007CD (1997): Pretty Deep [CAD7008], Spaghetti, Morna
BADD7007CD (1997): Pretty Deep [CAD7008], These Days, Influenza
Coproduced by Willy Nagel. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Andrew Catlin. The run-out
grooves read «Turn D Masterpiece». «Vanilla» coproduced by Wally Gagel. «Vanilla» mixed
by Wally Gagel.
CAD 7009 is a limited, white vinyl release. CAD P 7009 CD is a promo
release. Coproduced by Wally
Gagel and Gary Smith.
Mixed by Paul Q.
Kolderie and Sean
Slade. Featuring Dean
Fisher, Wally Gagel,
Rich Gilbert, Stacy
Williams, Bilken Mancini, Walter Halvorson, Br. Cleve, David Lovering (Pixies), David Narcizo (Throwing Muses), Chris Toppin
and Brian Clague. Recorded at Fort Apache,
cambridge, MA and Longview Farm, North Brookfield, MA. Sleeve by
Chris Bigg and Andrew Catlin. «Acrobat»
cowritten by Dean Fisher.
Limited to around 1000 copies. Mail order release. Sleeve by Timothy O'Donnell, Dominic Davies, timeSTEREO
and Howard Hall.
Initial copies came with a poster. Produced by Gil Norton. Sleeve by 23 Envelope and Andrew Catlin. Original
quantities of the 12" included a poster.
BAD7010CD (1997): Debaser (remix) [R CAD905], Bone Machine (VPRO) [R CAD803], Gigantic (VPRO) [R CAD803], Isla de Encanta (VPRO) [R MAD709]
BADD7010CD (1997): Debaser [L CAD905], Cactus [L CAD803], Nimrod's Son [L MAD709], Holiday Song [L MAD709]
The three B-sides on BAD CD are from a Dutch VPRO studio session in
1990. BAD D 7011 CD recorded 19891008 at Cabaret Metro for Chicago's
WXRT. Comixed by Rob Genadek. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Timothy O'Donnell,
Nicola Schwartz and Chris
DAD7011CDGT (1997): DAD7011CD
DADD7011CD (1997): DAD7011CD, \live, Debaser [CAD905], Rock Music [CAD0010], Broken Face [CAD803], Isla de Encanta [MAD709], Hangwire [CAD0010], Dead [CAD905], Into the White, Monkey Gone to Heaven [CAD905], Gouge Away [CAD905], Here Comes your Man [CAD905], Allison [CAD0010], Hey [CAD905], Gigantic [CAD803], Crackity Jones [CAD905], Something Against You [CAD803], Tame [CAD905], Wave of Mutilation [CAD905], Where is my Mind? [CAD803], Ed is Dead [MAD709], Vamos [MAD709], Tony's Theme [CAD803]
DADD7011, DAD7011CDGT (1997): DADD7011CD, DAD7011CD, I'm Amazed (demo) [NONPIX5], Broken Face (demo) [NONPIX5]
DADD 7011 is a 4x10" box set limited to 9000 copies. DADD 7011 CD is
a limited double cd. The "GT" versions of the cd contains the two
extra demo tracks. The second CD was recorded at Vrendenburg,
Utrecht, The Netherlands on September 25, 1990 for VPRO Radio 3.
BAD7012CD (1997): The Bright Light [AD7012], Bury My Heart, How Can You Sleep
BADD7012CD (1997): The Bright Light [AD7012], Life on Sirius, Moon Over Boston
Coproduced by Wally Gagel.
Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Andrew Catlin. Featuring Dean Fisher, Rich Gilbert, David Narcizo (Throwing Muses), Wally Gagel, Jonathan Williams, Russ Gershon, Garrison
Fewell, Larry Roland, Syd Smart and Dave Lovering. «Moon Over
Boston» written by Greg Kendall.
Featuring Ruby James, Peter Ulrich and Richard Avison. Coproduced
by John Fryer. Sleeve by 23 Envelope, The Wolfgang Press and
August Johann Von Rosenhof. The run-out grooves read «Acne eats
Initial quantities of CAD 703 included a three-way folding inner
sleeve, while later copies had a regular inner sleeve with an insert.
Sleeve by 23
Grierson, Danger Video and Arthur Parker. VAD703 is a video. All
the songs are the same as the other formats, except that the version
of «Fish» is different. CAD703D is a limited edition of 10000 with
some extra artwork. CAD703X is a deluxe limited edition wooden box
(100 of them exists) containing all the different editions of Lonely
Is An Eyesore and some additional prints. About the box: 30 were
released for sale (200 pounds each directly from 4AD), 70 were given
away to the bands, distibutors of 4AD material and others. The prints
were rather expensive, bringing the cost of production of the box up
to 500 pounds. There are two prints, one 15x20 cm (etching) by Jinny
m'Garrity, where small details differ from box to box. The other is
larger, 100x200cm (by Terry Dowling), printed on rice paper. The
prints were wrapped in a sealed plastic-like paper. During the end
titles on the video, an instrumental version of «Oomingmak» is
played. This can also be found on the 10 Disc CD Collection. «Hot
Doggie» samples from the films «Lifeforce» («Here I go», «be with me»
& «Close your eyes, I love you»), «Evil Dead» («You will die, lover
boy» & «one by one» + the chainsaw), «The Last Starfighter» («Soon
the frontier will be down etc») and «2000 Maniacs» («Let's hear some
music» & «We've got us some goods»).
Produced by Robin
Guthrie (Cocteau Twins).
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Juergen
Teller. The run-out grooves read «Law of 2» / (*drawing of arrow
through heart*). A. R. Kane was signed briefly by One Little Indian
before releasing this EP. They went on to sign to Rough Trade.
Harling, Emlyn Singleton, Piero Gasparini, Tony Gamage, Gus Ferguson, Mark Gerrard,
Richard Avison, John
Claxton, Ruth Watson and Peter Ulrich. Sleeve by Brendan Perry and Bernard
Produced by Mark van Hecke. Engineered by Warren Bruleigh, Trow
Doolittle and Hideki Sunada. Sleeve by Kurt DeMunbrun, Kar, Richard Donelly and Kate
Whitney. Side 2 of MAD706 is 45rpm and features a long version of
«Soul Soldier» that has Kristin, Tanya, and a couple friends sitting
in a park in Newport, RI looking at clouds and kites. The baby noises
are Dylan's, through various effects, and sometimes backwards with
the rest of the dialogue. «Soul Soldier» coproduced by Gil Norton.
BAD707 (1987): Pump Up The Volume (version one) [R BADM707CD], Anitina [R AD707]
BADR707 (1987): Pump Up The Volume [R BADM707CD], Anitina (version two) [R AD707]
BAD707CD (1987): BAD707, BADR707
BADM707CD (1987): BAD707, Pump Up The Volume
Featuring C. J.
Mackintosh, John Fryer
and Dave Dorrell.
Produced by Martyn Young
(Colourbox). Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Panni
Charrington. M/A/R/R/S are Martyn Young (Colourbox), Steven Young (Colourbox), A. R. Kane, C. J. Mackintosh, John Fryer and Dave Dorrell. M/A/R/R/S was
a one-off collaboration between Colourbox and A. R. Kane. The name
might stand for M: Martyn Young, A: Alex from AR Kane, R: Rudi from
AR Kane, R: Russel who was connected with AR Kane at the time and S:
Steven Young. BAD 707 CD is a black with bronze coloured prints on a
gatefold printed cardboard sleeve. AD707 was also released in
Australia on a tape by Virgin (TC CAD 707). Also released in Japan on
cd by Columbia (15CY-5012). Also released in Canada on 7" by Vertigo
(SOV 2400). Also released in the US on 7" and 12" by 4th & B'way
(B'WAY 7452 C & 452). BAD 707 CD was also released in Japan by
BAD708 (1987): AD708, Storm [CAD2201CD]
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Jeff
Veitch. Frazier Chorus are Michele Allardyce, Tim Freeman, Kate Holmes and Chris Toplin.
Produced by Gil Norton.
Engineered by John Fryer.
AD708 is a promotional single. Frazier Chorus later signed to Virgin
Records. All the songs on BAD708 surfaced (in different versions) on
their first album there, «Sue».
Pixies are Black
Lovering, Kim Deal and Joey Santiago. Kim Deal is
listed as «Mrs. John Murphy» on MAD709 and CAD803, but she later
divorced the guy and dropped the name. Released in the US by Rough
Trade as «Rough US 43». Produced by Gary Smith. Engineered by Paul Kolderie. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Simon Larbalestier.