Limited release. Also released by Rykodisc in the US. Engineered by
Steve Rizzo. Sleeve by David Narcizo (Throwing Muses) and Mary Ann Southard. The
words "glue this" can be read through the center hole of the CD case
on the US release. If you should feel the urge to pry the case apart
to read the entire message -- you shouldn't. That important message
reads: «Plastic Tray Glues Here. No Ink On This Panel.» Whee! «Jesus
Christ» written by Alex
Chilton (Big Star). «Amazing Grace» written by Traditional. «Amazing Grace»
arranged by Kristin
Hersh. «Sinkhole» written by W. J. Hersh. «Can The Circle Be
Unbroken» written by Traditional. «Can The Circle
Be Unbroken» arranged by A. P. Carter.
Tracks 4-6 are collectively called «Song Of Schizophrenia». Featuring
Melissa Elliott, Jymn Auge, Damian Lang and Denise James. Mixed by Ivo (This Mortal Coil) and John Fryer. Mastered by Gus
Shaw. Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Dominic
Davies. The original mixes of this album is available on cassette
from Warren. Exit Angie
Carozzo. The last track isn't listed on the sleeve, and the tape
ran out when they were recording it, so it really *is* supposed to
sound like that.
Released in the US by Rykodisc.
Promotional cd single released in conjunction with the film «Baraka».
Released as Pleasantly Surprised 001.
CAD802CD (1988): CADC802, Garoux Des Larmes [MAD706], Pools In Eyes [MAD706], Soap And Water [MAD706], And A She-Wolf After The War [MAD706], You Cage [MAD706]
In short, CAD802CD features side one of MAD706. It doesn't have side
two, which consisted of a re-recording of «Soul Soldier» and various
noises. Featuring Rich
Gilbert. Produced by Gary
Smith. Engineered by Paul Kolderie. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Shinro Ohtake.