Spoonfed Hybrid are Ian
Masters (Pale Saints) and
Chris Trout (AC Temple).
The LP included a 7" single. Coproduced by Duncan Wheat. Engineered by
Iain McKinna and Duncan Wheat. Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh and Neptune, Sheffield. Sleeve by the Senate and Simon Cleave.
Featuring Iain McKinna,
Duncan Wheat and Ross
Orton. Released in Japan including GU5S. Spoonfed Hybrid have yet to
sign with any other label, but they released a limited 7" single on
the French label Le Tatou Colerique in '95 and a cdsingle called
"Hibernation Shock" on Farrago in the US in 1996. Contact Spoonfed
One sided 7" single included with GU5LP. Some symbols are scribbled
on side two; probably an encoded message, I'd guess.
«Insides» was once «Earwig» before one band member quit. Insides are
J. Serge Tardo and Kirsty Yates. Engineered by
Keith Mitchell. The LP
included a 7" single. Featuring Dimitri Voulis. Sleeve by the Senate, Insides and Valerie
33 rpm single included with GU4LP.
GU1CD (1992): GU1C, Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl (4:23), Hydrofoil no. 1 (2:00), Full Frequency (13:45) [R (*Imperial*) GU1LP], Wednesday & Proud (4:24)
Unrest are Mark
Robinson, Phil Krauth
and Bridget Cross.
Initial pressing of GU1LP included GU1S. Featuring A. J. Chearno.
Coproduced by Wharton
Tiers. Engineered by Wharton Tiers. Sleeve by
Isabel Bishop. Write to TeenBeat, P.O. Box 50373, Washington, DC
20091, USA. Unrest has released several items in the US before this
Single included with GU1LP.
33 rpm promo.
Promo cd given away at the Guernica launch November 4 '93 at the
Promo release. Also released in the US (46375). «Is Jesus Your Pal?»
written by Slowblow.
That Dog. are Anna
Haden, Petra Haden and
Tony Maxwell. The LP
included a 7" single. Featuring Tanya Haden. Coproduced by Tom
Grimley and Chrisa Sadd. Licenced from the Geffen Company. Recorded
at Poop Alley Studios, Los Angeles. Sleeve by Chris Bigg, That Dog. and Paul McMenamin. Write to
That Dog., P.O. Box 491999, Los Angeles, CA 90049-1999, USA.
Single included with GU6LP.
Promo release. «Barry» remixed by Garry Martin. «Barry» remixed by
Promo release. Enclosed Press Sheet claims only 50 mailed out!
Promo release. «Polyesterday» remixed by Carl Craig. «Polyesterday»
remixed by Carl Craig.
Promo release limited to 200-300 copies.
Promo release. Also released as a bonus disc for the "Polodistortion"
album in Canada (as GUS 6), in the US (as 9 46375-2), and in Europe.
GUS 2 (cdsingle) (1996): Polyesterday [DAD7005CD], Cold Breath '79 (Crystalized) [BAD6013CD], Polyesterday (Late) [BAD6013CD], Polydistortion [BAD6013]
Promo release. The cdsingle comes in a miniature card sleeve, and is
just BAD 6013 CD with different packaging.
Bettie Serveert are Peter
Visser, Berend Dubbe,
Herman Bunskoeke and
Carol van Dijk. The
initial pressing of GU3LP included GU3S. GU3CD was released in a
digipak. Coproduced by Edwin «Hank» Heath and Frans Hagenaars.
Recorded at Sound Enterprise. Sleeve by Roel Siebrand, Diedrik van
der Gonk and Reinier Veldman. The name of the group is taken from a
Dutch TV show called «Bettie Serveert» which featured the tennis
player Bettie Stöve. It means «Bettie Serves» (as in «serves the
ball.») Bettie Serveert have signed to Matador/Beggars Banquet.
«Healthy Sick» written by Lou
Free 33 rpm single included with initial pressing of GU3LP.
Initial quantities of the LP contains GU2S. Underground Lovers are Richard Andrew, Maurice Argiro, Glenn Bennie, Vincent Giarrusso and
Coproduced by Wayne
Conolly. Engineered by Wayne Conolly, Michelle
Barry, Tim Northam and Peter Lees. Recorded at Paradise and RICH.
Mastered by Don Bartley. Sleeve by The Senate. Previous releases
(all on Show Records): «Round & Round» (7"), «Looking For Rain» (7"),
«Lick The Boot» (Cdsingle), «Nice» (cdsingle), «Underground Lovers»
(lp/cd) and «I Was Right» (cdsingle on Polygram Australia).
Free single included with the first pressing of GU2LP.