4" Be 2" ‎– D Wing

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UD ‎– UD-6533
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Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release
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A1 4" Be 2" Frustration
Producer [Uncredited] – Johnny RottenWritten-By [Uncredited] – Jimmy Lydon, Jock McDonald, Paul Young (8), Youth
A2 4" Be 2" DC-10
Written By [Uncredited] – 4" Be 2"
A3 Killing Joke Tomorrow's World
Engineer [Uncredited] – Nick GommProducer [Uncredited] – John EtchellsWritten By [Uncredited] – Killing Joke
B1 4" Be 2" Do The Huckleback
Written-By [Uncredited] – Andy Gibson, Roy Alfred
B2 Killing Joke Change
Engineer [Uncredited] – Nick GommProducer [Uncredited] – John EtchellsWritten By [Uncredited] – Killing Joke
B3 4" Be 2" Frustration Again
Producer [Uncredited] – Johnny RottenWritten-By [Uncredited] – Jimmy Lydon, Jock McDonald, Paul Young (8), Youth

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Notes

Japanese bootleg with studio recordings of 4" Be 2", with two uncredited songs by Killing Joke.

Label says "D Wing Demo"
Label lists A1 as "Frustration 1" and B3 as "Frustration 2"

Tracks A3 and B2 are not credited to Killing Joke on the record. A3 is incorrectly listed as "Celtic Origin" on sleeve and label, B2 as "Belfast". Both tracks are from Killing Joke's BBC John Peel Session (recorded 5/3/1980) and were officially released in 2008 on the album The Peel Sessions 1979-1981.

A1 and B3 are two different instrumental mixes of the band's second single Frustration. B3 was officially released in 1986 on Family Album.

A2 was used as the backing track for The Slow Removal Of Vincent Van Gogh's Left Ear by The Bollock Brothers in 1982. A2 was officially released in 1987 on the compilation album "Punk - A World History Vol.1" (reissued in the '90s on CD), credited to "Lydon O'Donnell".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (on Side A): UD 6533 A S 1 1 1 .I. :
  • Matrix / Runout (on Side B): UD 6533 B U 1 1 1 .I. :

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TimBucknall

TimBucknall

July 26, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

All credit to my mate "M" for this info:

Jock McBollocks record shop was selling absolute shed-loads of the Japanese bootleg LP of PiL at the Rainbow, Jock persuaded the bootlegger to press a 4 be 2 bootleg, by the time the boot was ready Jock McBollocks record shop had closed and the bootlegger was left with a load of records no one wanted
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I still have absolutely no idea how the killing joke tracks got here
the KJ tracks don't sound too bad for 1981, a bit muddy but perfectly listenable, unsurprisingly this album is more sought after by KJ fans than PiL fans