The The are Keith Laws, Matt Johnson, Tom Johnson and Triash. Produced by Bruce Gilbert (Wire) and Graham Lewis (Wire). Matt
Johnson released an album under his own name on 4AD, CAD113, before
leaving and signing to Some Bizzare. The run-out grooves read
«Bilbo's last single!» «Bye, bye.».
3004 (postcard) (1993)
3004 (stuff) (1993)
The solo album from Pixie Black Francis. Featuring Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu), Nick Vincent, Joey Santiago (Pixies), Morris Tepper, David Sardy,
Bob Giusti, John Linnell
and Kurt Hoffman. Coproduced by Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu). Mixed by Al Clay.
Engineered by Efren
Herrera, Sean Leonard
and Matt Packuko. Recorded at Clubhouse,
Burbank, California, Planet, Sausalito and Master Control,
Burbank. Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver, Chris Bigg, Simon Larbalestier and
CADD3004 is a limited edition LP released through the Chain With No
Name. It has a special four colour silk-screened carboard envelope
sleeve. «Hang on to Your Ego» written by Brian Wilson.
Eight track promo released by Virgin in France (SA 3447).
Limited 12" without a picture sleeve.
(Aug 30 1999): \cddb [CAD9002CD], 1c042103 150 18247 44496
1059, Black Island [CAD9014], Black Island (Isla Negra) [R
CAD9014], Black Island (Groove Armada's
Desert Island Disc) [R CAD9014]
Released by Virgin in France (40134 2).
BAD1016, BAD1016CD (1991): ADC1016, Fallin' In Love, Monochrome [CAD2002]
Produced by Robin
Guthrie (Cocteau Twins).
Engineered by Robin
Guthrie (Cocteau Twins)
and Mitsuo Tate. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver and Jim Friedman. The run-out
grooves read AD «And who's in `ere?» «a little gum!». The run-out
grooves read BAD «Lush and Ride at the Enormodrome» «They've got this
much talent». «Fallin' In Love» written by Dennis Wilson.
711 (poster) (1987)
Produced by John A.
Rivers. Engineered by John A. Rivers and Francisco
Cabeza. Featuring Elisa Richards. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Jim Friedman. This is the
last release by CoX on 4AD. They signed to Polydor. New versions of
«Blind Hearts» and «A Million Things» are included on the lp Twist of
Shadows. This band was only called 'Clan Of Xymox' on the record
'Medusa' and at their contribution to 'Lonely Is An Eyesore'. In all
other cases they were 'Xymox'. Their first album was called 'Clan Of
Xymox', which (in combination with the artwork by 23 Envelope) is
probably the cause that they've changed their name for a while.
NONXY1 (12") (1987): Blind Hearts (Club Mix) (6:00) [R BAD711], Shame (4:08), Blind Hearts (3:47) [R BAD711]
Released on Wing. Might be promo only.
Coengineered by Jon Turner.
Featuring Caroline Crawley (Shellyan Orphan), Deidre Rutowski, Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees), Jocelyn Pook, Sally Herbert, Sonia Slaney, Tim Freeman (Frazier Chorus), Jon Turner, Alison Limerick, Kim Deal (Pixies), Tanya Donelly (Throwing Muses), Louise Rutowski, Gini Ball, Ikuko Kozu, Jim
Williams, Pieter Nooten,
Anne Garrigues, Rain
Appleton (Breathless) and Heidi Berry. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Nigel Grierson and Claire
Lazarus. «The Lacemaker» cowritten by Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). «Mr. Somewhere» written by Paul M. Walsh. «With
Tomorrow» cowritten by Clark
and Davis. «Loose Joints»
cowritten by Martin
McCarrick (Siouxie and the Banshees). «You And Your Sister»
written by Chris Bell (Big
Star). «Nature's Way» written by Randy California
(Spirit). «I Come And Stand At Every Door» written by Hikmet and Waters. «Several Times» written
by Pieter Nooten. «The
Lacemaker II» cowritten by Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). «Late Night» written by Syd Barrett. «Help Me Lift
You Up» written by Mary
Margaret O'Hara. «Carolyn's Song» written by David Roback (Opal/Mazzy
Star/Rain Parade). «'Til I Gain Control Again» written by Rodney Crowell. «I Am The
Cosmos» written by Chris
Bell (Big Star).
Promotional release (in the US?).
The cd is in a digipak. Exit Richard Close, Byron Guthrie and Kristin Kramer. Featuring
Julius Klepacz, Jack Daley, Tony Garnier,
Graham Maybe, Doris Chrysler, Melora Creager, Julia Kent and Serena U. Jost. The last
three people are «Rasputina». Recorded at Zabriskie Point. Sleeve
by Vaughan Oliver and
Jim Friedman. This is the
last release by Ultra Vivid Scene on 4AD. «Blood and Thunder»
coremixed by John Hanlon.
«Don't Look Now (Now!)» written by Mark Dumais. «Winter Song»
written by John Cale.
Swallow are Mike Mason and
Louise Trehy. Produced by
John Fryer. Engineered by
John Fryer and Paul Doyle. Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh and Blackwing
Studios, London. Featuring Jon Turner. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Jim Friedman, Dominic Davies, Scott
Kuckler and Mary Mathieson.
«Blowback» is remixes from the previously released album «Blow». Some
versions are redically different and others are instrumental. Limited
edition. Original recordings by John Fryer. Overdubs and remixes by
Swallow with Paul Tipler. Assembly and edits by Paul Doyle. Sleeve by
Vaughan Oliver and Alexandra Murray. This
is the last release by Swallow on 4AD.
Initial quantities of CAD807 featured a gatefold cover. Sleeve by Paul West, Jeremy Tilston and
Released in the US on gatefold LP and non-gatefold LP (c1-90892),
advance cassette and cassette (c4-90892) and CD (c2-90892). CADT 807
is 4AD's only DAT release.
Promo released in Canada by Vertigo (PROC 12).