(1998): Shaolin Satellite [CAD8006], Vivid [CAD8006]
Promo only release in poly-lined brown card die-cut sleeve (04/98);
the sleeves' trim comes in a variety of colours, blue, green, grey,
red, orange, yellow; some copies come with a luggage tag (black
'Thievery Corporation' logo printed on blue cardboard) tied with a
white ribbon to a black adaptor; finished copies have large center
holes, test pressing copies have small center holes.
(1998): Shaolin Satellite [CAD8006], So Vast As The Sky
(July 29 1996): Shark [CAD6014], Tar Moochers [Re (*Tar Kissers*)], Serene Swing [Re (*Serene*)], Limbobo [Re (*Limbo*)]
(1996): Shark [CAD6014], Tar Moochers [ReRe (*Tar Kissers*)]
(1996): Shark [CAD6014], Limbobo [ReRe (*Limbo*)]
The two 7"'s are limited editions. Engineered by Steve Rizzo. Recorded at
Stable Sound. Sleeve by Gilbert Hernandez and
Steve Gullick. «Shark»
engineered by Trina
Shoemaker and Ethan
Allen. «Shark» mixed by Mike "Spike" Drake and Steve Cook.
(1996): Shark [CAD6014], Ruthie's Knocking [CAD6014]
(1996): Scheer: Shéa [CAD6006], Scheer: Wish You Were Dead [CAD6006], Scheer: Screaming [CAD6006], Scheer: Babysize, Mojave3: Love Songs on the
Radio [CAD5013], Mojave3: After All [CAD5013], Mojave3: Mercy [CAD5013], Mojave3: Tomorrow's Taken [CAD5013], Lush: Lady Killers [CAD6004], Lush: Ciao! [CAD6004], Lush: I've Been Here Before
[CAD6004], Lush: Olympian
Promo release by 4AD/Warner in the US (PRO-CD-8165-R).
(1996): Lush: Ladykillers [CAD6004], Lush: Tinkerbell [BAD6001CD], Mojave 3: Where is the Love [CAD5013], Mojave 3: Mercy (KCWR acoustic) [R CAD5013], Scheer: Screaming [CAD6006], Scheer: You Said (electric version) [R BAD5012], Liquorice: Team Player [CAD5008], Lisa Germano: Small Heads [CAD6012], Heidi Berry: The Devil, His Name Is Alive: ESP
Summer, The Amps: Pacer [CAD5016], Tarnation: Halfway to Madness
Sampler released by 4AD/WB/Reprise (PRO-C-8096) in connection with
the «Shaving the Pavement» tour.
(1996): Shéa [CAD6006], You Said (acoustic) [R BAD5012]
(1996): Shéa [CAD6006], My World, Demon (acoustic) [R CAD6006], Nemesis
(1988): She Screamed [R CAD809], Walkin' After Midnight, Not In Love (Hit By A
Truck) ((Dedicated To Hank Williams & Marquis de Sade))
(1988): BAD806, You Know It All
Ultra Vivid Scene are Kurt
Ralske. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver. «Walkin'
After Midnight» written by Block and Hecht.
(1980): She's My Girl, Girls
Produced by David Lord.
Recorded at Crescent. Bearz are John Goddard, David Gunstone, Mark
Willis and David Lord.
«She's My Girl» written by David Gunstone. «Girls
Will Do» written by John
(1994): Shock Me [DAD9011CD], Sundays and Holidays,
Three-Legged Cat, Shock Me [Re
The last track isn't listed anywhere on the packaging. Featuring Carla Fabrizio, Dan Barbee and Larry Ragent.
Engineered by Gibbs
Chapman and Billy Anderson. Recorded at Coast Recorders,
San Francisco and Razors Edge, San Francico. Sleeve by Simon Larbalestier.
«Shock Me» written by Ace Frehley (Kiss).
(1997): Lush: Runaway [CAD6004], Throwing Muses: Freeloader [CAD6014], Mojave 3: Mercy [CAD5013], Heidi Berry: Holy Grail [CAD6011], Dead Can Dance: The Snake And The Moon
[DAD6008], Michael Brook: Arrival [CAD7003], Gus Gus: Polyesterday [DAD7005CD], Tanya Donelly: Bum [CAD7008], Pale Saints: A Thousand Stars Burst
Open [CAD2004], The Breeders: Safari [BAD2003], Scheer: Demon [CAD6006], Lisa Germano: I Love A Snot [CAD6012], His Name Is Alive: Nice Day [JAD7009CD], Tanya Donelly: Human [BAD6018CD], Paladins: One Step
Promo released in the US in conjunction with Doc Martens. Sleeve by
Paul McMenamin and Matthew Welch.
(1995): Urbana (14:20) [L CAD2007], Productivity (8:18) [L],
Err (4:18) [L], Shona (11:28) [L]
Released by Sine Records in the UK. Recorded in 1989.
(1983): Nation [MAD315], Shotgun [MAD315]
Promo released in Spain by 4AD/DRO (DRO-063).