Also released by Throwing Music/Rykodisc (RCD10377/78) in the US.
Double cd release. Includes the video to ``Fish''. The last five
tracks on the second CD are older TM songs that were recorded in
1997; produced by David Narcizo. Sleeve by David Narcizo, Chris Gorman (Belly), Vicky Cessna, Joseph Narcizo,
Richard Donelly and
Double cd lasting over 130 minutes available only from the NME
(glaston1dcd). A track each from most (or all) groups appering in the
Glastonbury music festival the 26th to the 28th June 1992. All
profits went to Greenpeace.
Promo released by Westwood One (SHOW #95-06[30.01.1994]).
Limited edition. All songs written by Lisa Germano. Produced by Malcolm Burn. Mixed by Ivo Watts-Russell (The Hope Blister) and John Fryer. Featuring Ronald Jones, Kenny Aronoff, Daryl Johnson, Toby Myers, Jay Joyce, Bill Dillon, John Keane and Malcolm Burn. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Cathy Fenwick and
Andrew Catlin. Recorded
Studios, New Orleans and Blackwing Studios, London.
«Sycophant» cowritten by Jay
Released by Zickzack Records in Germany, ZZ110.
Produced by Ivo (This Mortal Coil) and John Fryer. The original 5000
copies have a "grass" label while subsequent releases have a
Released by Nexus International in Japan (K15P 518).
Produced by Malcolm Burn.
Released by the New Musical Express on a triple DJ promo lp and a
double cassette (PRO 8 & NME036/037).
Released by Beechwod Music (TT08 CD).
Released by Beechwood Music (TT011 CD).
Promo released in the US by Warner Bros.
Limited 7" single.
The run-out grooves read «scene but not herd». Initial quantities of
CAD2004 includes the free 7" single listed below. Coarranged by Hugh Jones. Produced by Hugh Jones. Recorded at Monnow Valley, Palladium
Studios, Edinburg, Blackwing, Roundhouse, Ridge Farm, Swanyard Studios,
London and Master Rock. Engineered by Hugh Jones, Phil Ault, Alan
Branch, Kevin Hurley, Steve Bray, Paul Tipler, Goetz
Botzenhardt and John O'Donnell. Featuring Caroline Lavelle. Sleeve
by Christopher Bigg,
Vaughan Oliver, Kevin Westenberg, Matt Heslop and Pirate Design. Write to
Pale Saints, P.O. Box 1880, London N16 0DZ.
Released in the US. «Blue Flower» was originally released by Slapp
Happy/Henry Cow, and has since been released by Mazzy Star. «Blue
Flower» written by Peter
Blegvad and Anthony
Released by 4AD/Vertigo in Canada in a die-cut sleeve (SOV 2372).
Soundtrack released by Sony Music Soundtrax (63918).
Interview released by Baktabak on lp (BAK2016) and cd (ABCD010).
CAD13CD (1980): CADC13, AD3, AXIS3 (7"), Terror Couple Kill Colonel, Scopes, God In An Alcove [R CAD13]
Sleeve by Duane Michals. «God In An Alcove» was originally released
on a 7" flexi.
DAD3013 (1993): CAD3013CD, Bird [CADC1010], Spirit [CADC1010]
The LP is a double album. Recorded at Quivvy Church. Sleeve by Chris Bigg, Brendan Perry, Touhami
Ennadre, Ken Kavanagh and John Sherwin. «The Wind That Shakes The
Barley» written by Dr.
Robert Dwyer Joyce. «How Fortunate The Man With None» cowritten
by Bertolt Brecht.
Compilation releaesd by Leaf Records (REEL 12 CD).