BAD405CD (1984): BAD405, Pearly-Dewdrops'Drops [AD405]
Enter Simon Raymonde.
Simon Raymonde released some singles with Drowning Craze on Situation
Two -- «Storage Case» (SIT 3), «Trance» (SIT 13), and «Heat» (SIT
16). The 12" is available with 2 cover versions: The initial copies
have an embossed sleeve, the cover of the other ones are completely
Released by Shocking Records (Uzbekistan).
Released by the fan club, limited edition of 500 of ordinary vinyl
and marbled vinyl. «Speak No Evil» is a demo for an unreleased 45
from 1982 and only released as a flexi-disc in a Dutch magazine. «Sky
To Speak» is unreleased track left off of "Victorialand" album. Later
released in Melody Maker vinyl Conflict 2 in a different re-mixed
version, under different title «Orange Appled».
BAD0016, BAD0016CD (1990): Special One [CAD0005], Lightning (72 b.p.m / 4 a.m.) [R CAD0005], Kind Of A Drag [AD0016], A Smile And A Death Wish
The seven inch did not have a picture sleeve. Engineered by Guy Fixsen. Featuring Guy Fixsen and Kim Deal (Pixies). Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver. Also
released as a promo. «Special One» produced by Hugh Jones.
BAD1006, BAD1006CD (1991): Speed Reaction [CAD1017], What Kind Of Love, Jet Pilot [AD1006], Re: Action
Produced by Legion
Of Universal Soul. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Schoerner,
Ian McKinnell and Pirate Design.
Released by Play It Again Sam in BeNeLux (170.9001.22). Also released
by Rough Trade in Germany on promo cd single (RTD 120.1893.3) and on
promo 12" as «Freedom Rock» (RTD 199.1893.0).
Radio promo released by Entertainment Radio, inc (C 012).
Given away with an issue of Spiral Scratch on a 3" CD, SCRATCD6.
CAD 6008 CD P is a promotional release. "Indus" quotes at length from
"Within You, Without You" written by George Harrison. Recorded at Quivvy Church. Featuring
Renaud Pion, Peter
Ulrich, Lance Hogan,
Ronan O'Snodaigh, Robert
Perry and Klaus Vormehr. Sleeve by Chris Bigg and Kevin Westenberg.
Featuring Gus Ferguson,
(Siouxie and the Banshees), James Pinker (Heavenly
Bodies), Tony Ayres, Richard Avison, Simon
Hogg, Andrew Hutton and Carolyn Costin. Coproduced by John A. Rivers. Engineered
by Jonathan Dee. Sleeve by Brendan Perry and Colin Gray.
Soundtrack album containing an incredible remix. «Sweetness & Light»
remixed by My Bloody Valentine.
4011 (postcard) (1994)
Tracks 1, 2, 4 & 8 by Berenyi; 3, 5-7, 9, 10, 12 by Anderson; 11 by
Anderson/Berenyi. Coproduced by Mike Hedges. Engineered by Mike Hedges, Lance Phillips,
Curtis Schwartz, Chris Ludwinski, Paul Read and Ronen Tal. Recorded
at Blackfield Studios, Wales, Berry House, Sussex, Abbey Road, London
Studios, London. Mixed by Alan Moulder. Arranged by Audrey Riley and Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees). Featuring Martin Ditcham. Write to Lush
Information Service, P.O. Box 2406, London, NW10 5NE. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott and
Melodie McDaniel. CAD
P 4011 CD is a promotional release that came in a clear slip-case
with white and orange vellum sleeve. The run-out grooves read «I've
seen a council skip» «and a sunset strip».
Double cd released in Austria and BeNeLux (the second cd is LUSH 22).
Promotional diskette for Macintosh machines released in the US
featururing a short group bio, some music and graphics from the
album. It comes in a cardboard envelope with a Lush sticker on it.
2002 (flyer) (1992)
CADD2002CD is a limited edition deluxe fold-out digipak. CADD2002 is
a double 10" release. They both have similar sleeves, which are
pretty different from the other formats. The run-out grooves read
«What do you call Lush's...» / «bass player in Japan?» / «Rippon in
Nippon...» / «...wise words mate.» (CADD2002). Produced by Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins). Engineered by
Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins), Mitsuo Tate and Lincoln Fong. Recorded at
September Sound, London. Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Jim Friedman. Write to Lush
Information Service, P.O. Box 2406, London, NW1 5NE.
Spoonfed Hybrid are Ian
Masters (Pale Saints) and
Chris Trout (AC Temple).
The LP included a 7" single. Coproduced by Duncan Wheat. Engineered by
Iain McKinna and Duncan Wheat. Recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh and Neptune, Sheffield. Sleeve by the Senate and Simon Cleave.
Featuring Iain McKinna,
Duncan Wheat and Ross
Orton. Released in Japan including GU5S. Spoonfed Hybrid have yet to
sign with any other label, but they released a limited 7" single on
the French label Le Tatou Colerique in '95 and a cdsingle called
"Hibernation Shock" on Farrago in the US in 1996. Contact Spoonfed