910 Pale Saints - Barging into The Presence Of God

12ep cd5 BAD910, BAD910CD (1989): Sight Of You [R CAD0002], She Rides The Waves, Mother Might

Pale Saints are Chris Cooper, Ian Masters and Graeme Naysmith. «Sight Of You» and «She Rides The Waves» are produced by Richard Formby and Mike Stout. Additional production and remix of these and production of «Mother Might» by Gil Norton. Engineering on the Gil Norton work by John Fryer. Sleeve by v23 and G. D. Bailey. The run-out grooves read «For Henry the lionheart!» «Mother ripping asunder».

911 Lush - Scar

lp cas cd JAD911, JADC911, JAD911CD (Sep 1989): Baby Talk (2:16), Thoughtforms (2:41), Scarlet (3:26), Bitter (2:01), Second Sight (2:39), Etheriel (3:24)

Lush are Chris Acland, Emma Anderson, Miki Berenyi and Steve Rippon. JAD911 has red-and-white images on the inside of the outer sleeve, with illustrations from a Japanese textbook showing the kanji for «tongue» and «elder sister» with the English words and a 50s-style line drawing in a box. Coproduced by John Fryer. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Christopher Bigg and Jim Friedman. Lush were called «Baby Machine» before Meriel Barham (Pale Saints) quit and formed «Ether». The run-out grooves read «Fanny tits delight» «I'll still fondle you».

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