BAD4007, BADD4007, BAD4007CD (1994): Headache [DAD4009], Men in Black, At the End of the World, Oddball
BADD4007CD (1994): Headache [DAD4009], Hate Me, This is Where I Belong, Amnesia
Produced by John Tiven.
Engineered by Jimmy Douglass and Joe Johnson. Recorded at Studio 900,
New York City. Featuring Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu), Nick Vincent, Lyle
Workman, John Tiven and
Sally Tiven. Sleeve by v23 and Michael Halsband.
«Headache» coproduced by Eric Drew Feldman (Pere
Ubu). «Headache» engineered by Efren Herrera, Bill Cooper,
David Bianco, Frank
Gryner, Matt Westfield and John Jackson. «Headache» recorded at The Clubhouse,
Burbank, California, American, Calabasas, California and Can-Am,
Los Angeles, California. «Headache» mixed by David Bianco. «This is Where
I Belong» written by Ray Davies.
Two track release by Virgin in France (92473 2). Also one track promo
released by Elektra in the US (PRCD 8962-2).
Released in Canada. The first two live songs are the same as those on
the European «Alec Eiffel» single.
CADC313, CAD313CD (1983): CAD313, BAD314CD
Exit Will Heggie. Will
Heggie later appeared in Lowlife on Nightshift Records. Featuring
Ally. Coproduced by John
Fryer. Sleeve by 23 Envelope. The
sleeves of CAD313 and CAD313CD are quite different.
Limited 10" single. «Saints» is not listed on the sleeve. All tracks
recorded March 4 '94 at Dreamland, Kingston with J. Mascis except
«Head to Toe», recorded March 21 '94 at Cro Magnon, Dayton.
Engineered by John Agneus and John Shough. Write to
Breeders Digest, P. O. Box 5090, Hoboken NJ 07030. Sleeve by Josephine Wiggs (The
Perfect Disaster) and Maria Piñeres. Also released by Elektra in the
US on 7"/10" opaque mint green vinyl and clear dark green vinyl
(64533-7). «Head to Toe» written by Josephine Wiggs (The
Perfect Disaster) and D. Senechal. «Head to Toe» arranged by K.
Schenerbach. «Shocker in Gloomtown» written by R. Pollard (Guided by
Voices). «Freed Pig» written by Lou Barlow (Sebadoh). «Freed
Pig» originally appeared on «Sebadoh III»
Sleeve by Paul West and Andy Rumball. Released in
the US on LP (c1-93669), CD (c2-93669), advance cassette and cassette
(c4-93669). This is the last release from Cocteau Twins on 4AD. They
have now signed to Polygram Records outside America, and to Capitol
in the US.
Promo released in Canada by Vertigo (CDP 432).
Promotional CD single. Released in the US by Capitol on 12" with
plain white sleeve with blue sticker (SPRO-7941/79427), cd with no
insert and red sticker (DPRO-79291), cd with insert and green cd
(DPRO-79291A) and 12" with picture sleeve. Sleeve by Paul West and Andy Rumball.
This EP was released by Missing Link. It was originally called «The
Boys Next Door».
This is the last Birtday Party release on 4AD. They left to sign to
Mute Records and released «Mutiny» before breaking up. Most, if not
all of them, stayed on at Mute in various permutations as Nick Cave &
The Bad Seeds, These Immortal Souls and Crime And The City Solution.
This is a 12", one-sided promotional single. 800 copies were
BAD909, BAD909CD (1989): AD909, Wave Of Mutilation (UK Surf) [GAD2103CD], Bailey's Walk [GAD2103CD]
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Simon
Larbalestier. «Into The White» engineered by Paul Kolderie. «Into The
White» recorded at Fort Apache,
Cambridge, MA. «Wave Of Mutilation» engineered by Jon Turner. «Wave Of
Mutilation» recorded at Palladium Studios,
Edinburgh. «Bailey's Walk» engineered by Claude Fixler. «Bailey's
Walk» recorded at Eden Studios.
Released by Les Temps Modernes (LTM V:XI).