the fuck? Is it really Universal or a bootleg? Looks like a boot.
pirate for sure.
The Diamond Sea 4:23
Hits Of Sunshine 4:22
Shaking Hell is included on a compilation CD that's titled Death Disco: A Compendium of Post-Punk Grooves (2014) and which comes with next issue of Mojo Magazine. Full tracklist is:
1. Felt - Primitive Painters
2. Orange Juice - Simply Thrilled Honey
3. Bush Tetras - Too Many Creeps
4. Sonic Youth - Shaking Hell
5. Kleenex - Ain't You
6. Public Image Ltd - Deeper Water
7. Nightingales - Dumb & Drummer
8. Pere Ubu - 414 Seconds
9. The Fall - Loadstones
10. The Raincoats - Shouting Out Loud
11. The Monochrome Set - Fun For All the Family
12. Young Marble Giants - Searching For Mr Right
13. Cabaret Voltaire - Sly Doubt
14. Throbbing Gristle - Hot On The Heels Of Love
15. The Durutti Column - A Silence
So, anyone seen one of these before?
Starpower 10" on translucent green vinyl. It was certainly a surprise to me when it landed on my doormat today, given that it had been listed for sale as a grey copy (w/no pic).
It does look a kinda muddy-dark grey when not in the light, but it's worlds apart from the "normal" solid grey verson.
That makes at least 4 different colours of the 10" now (violet, grey, brown, green). I coulda sworn I saw a yellow one once years ago too, but it's proving damn elusive.
edit: I see Chris already mentions the yellow one. No word on the translucent brown version though.
Also, all the 10"s (certanly the violet & green ones) date from 1991 rather than 1990, based on the Greg Lee Processing matrix number (L-31312).
(another also - based on that release date, I'd speculate that these Starpower reissues, possibly along with the pink Sister & purple Evol, were what prompted the SST legal action letter reprinted in one of the early Sonic Life's).
The Ciccone Youth 7" must have been repressed at some point, becuase later copies have a barcode:
It indeed was repressed. I have two different copies. One with a glossy paper sleeve with cyan colored ink and cyan record label. Another with a matte (uncoated) paper sleeve with a darker, blue ink.
The original I think may be the glossy paper sleeved one. I bought that one years ago. Bought another recently-ish, as I beat up the other one.
The recording of Catholic Block at Submerge is clearly not the 6/4/87 version, but the same as the one at Mixtape #3: live version from 11/03/90 irvine ('dirty boots' EP show). So the »Unreleased« is possibly right for the Submerge, but false for the Mixtape.
Thank you for the confirmation!
Btw, the track on Trans Musicales is not a live version, there are for any reason only studio tracks on it.
One of those "fully hand-coloured" copies of (Over)Kill Yr Idols has surfaced: https://www.discogs.com/Sonic-Youth-...elease/8145043
Chris cleaned up the discography and it looks awesome. Spinhead Sessions added; a new section of "self released" which I love because I never liked a lot of those things listed as bootlegs.
thanks for update. will check it out.
Chris, the tracklisting that you have for Lee Harvey Oswald Loves Us greatly differs from the copy listed on discogs. And actually your own tracklisting does not match the scan of the back cover that you have on the page.
1. My New House
2. Rowche Rumble
3. Psycho Mafia
5. Computer Age
6. Broken Eye
8. I Am Right [w/ Goofy version]
9. White Cross
10. Hallowed Be Thy Name
11. (I Got A) Catholic Block
12. Personality Crisis
13. Is It My Body
1 Computer Age
Written-By – Neil Young
2 Broken Eye 4:04
Written-By – Don Van Vliet
Written-By [Uncredited] – Herb Bermann
4 I Am Right (Goofy Mix)
Written-By [Uncredited] – Brewer*, Baiza*
5 I Am Right
Written-By [Uncredited] – Jack Brewer, Joe Baiza
6 White Cross 2:39
7 Hallowed Be My Name
Written-By [Uncredited] – N. Smith*
8 (I Got A) Catholic Block (Live) 3:13
9 Personality Crisis
Written-By [Uncredited] – Johansen*, Thunders*
10 Is It My Body
Written-By – A. Cooper*
Written-By [Uncredited] – D. Dunaway*, G. Buxton*, M. Bruce*, N. Smith*
11 I Know There's An Answer
Written-By [Uncredited] – B. Wilson*, T. Sachen*
12 Rowche Rumble
Written-By [Uncredited] – Scanlon*, Riley*, Smith*
13 I Wanna Be Your Dog
Written-By [Uncredited] – The Stooges
never seen this bootleg but there's a couple on ebay right now
It's also on Amazon for £7.99.
According to the Discogs entry it's actually a clone of Live In Heaven/Live in Vienna - U4, Vienna, Austria, 29th March 1989.
I figured it must be a clone of something but wasn't sure what. Good to know. Thanks
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