Chrome (8) ‎– Read Only Memory

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Cleopatra ‎– CLP1310
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A1 You Can't See Them - They Can't Touch You 3:16
A2 Inacontact 5:35
A3 Read Only Memory 1:06
A4 In Front Of The Crowd 1:10
A5 I Am The Jaw
Lead Vocals [1st Section], Synthesizer [Moog] – Helios CreedLead Vocals [Variable Speed Section], Lead Guitar – Damon Edge
9:24
Live In Italy 1981
B1 Perfumed Metals 3:41
B2 Jam 10 5:40
B3 Insect Human 6:48
B4 Out Of Reach 3:58

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Credits

  • Guitar [Synthesized & Bowed], Keyboards [Synthesized], Drum Machine [Beat Machines], Electronics [Devices], Effects [Backwards Echo Unit], Artwork [Front Cover Collage]Helios Creed
  • Keyboards [Synthesized], Guitar [Synthesized], Tape [Loops & Delay], Drum Machine [Beat Machines], Electronics [Devices], Other [Television], Artwork [Back Cover Collage & Inside Poster]Damon Edge
  • Liner NotesNeil Martinson
  • Producer, EngineerDamon Edge
  • Written-By, PerformerDamon Edge, Helios Creed

Notes

Recorded at Alamar Studios, San Francisco & at Trident Studios, London
Mastered at Island Studios, London

A1 to A5: Chrome Music (ASCAP)
©℗ 1979

B1, B3, B4: Universal-MCA
B2: Chrome Music (ASCAP)
©℗ 1981

©℗ 1979 Siren Records
©℗ 2014 Cleopatra Records

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Sticker on front reads: "Chrome's Read Only Memory EP Plus Rare Bonus Tracks Recorded Live In Italy 1981!"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Runout Etching): CLP1310-A S-88656 S-88656
  • Matrix / Runout (B Runout Etching): CLP1310-B S-88657
  • Barcode: 7 41157 13101 7
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DE·SEC·444, RS 12·002 Chrome (8) Read Only Memory(12", MiniAlbum, EP) Siren Records (7), Red Records (4) DE·SEC·444, RS 12·002 UK 1979 Sell This Version

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coldwar1977

coldwar1977

November 25, 2016

Mediocre pressing with fairly high background noise level. But the music remains terrific, the livetracks on side B are a very nice bonus, and everybody loves clear "first Faust LP"-style vinyl. Right? Right!