Crystalline (2) ‎– Axe Music

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A1 Another Sunset, Another Dawn
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
4:08
A2 Peace Of Mind
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
3:08
A3 A House Is Not A Motel
Written-By – Arthur Lee
4:45
B1 Here From There
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
7:53
B2 Crimson Nights
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
6:15
CD-1 Another Sunset, Another Dawn
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
CD-2 Peace Of Mind
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
CD-3 A House Is Not A Motel
Written-By – Arthur Lee
CD-4 Here From There
Written-By – Crystalline (2)
CD-5 Crimson Nights
Written-By – Crystalline (2)

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Includes a CD with the same album, plus a bonus 8-minute video track featuring color silent footage of Crystalline / Axe playing live in 1970 with audio from the acetate added. Footage filmed by Steve Giles (Dark).

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  • Matrix / Runout (Bonus CD): KANKA0380
  • Mould SID Code (Bonus CD): IFPI 06C1
  • Barcode (Sticker): 4 040824 082635

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black-shuck

black-shuck

November 10, 2016
see comments added to the axe listing on discogs for more info on the discovery of the original acetates back circa 1994, at the time they were found, anthony barford the guitarist mentioned that they were in transition from the name crystalline to axe exactly when they made the acetates, and in fact the prime acetate is a 12" with a hand made cover using an AXE- MUSIC photo glued to the front, eg its entitled AXE not crystalline! some of the smaller 10" versions had crystalline hand written on the labels, its arguable that because the most valuable and first copy made, eg the true 12" acetate lp, is called axe, that the band should be referred to as AXE. in a similar sense, the SAGRAM lp was by SARGAM, the record company mispelt it, but the lp is now and forever SAGRAM... by extension the 10" axe acetates often have CRYSTALLINE mispelt as CRYSTALINNE, so they should be referred to as by Crystalinne? no one really cares about this except any labels trying to get a few extra sales from repackaging in a new version with bonus balloons on 8kg virgin vinyl or some such limp marketing ploy. but for the owner of the orig 1970 twelve inch lp acetate by AXE, the only one on the planet, guess what? this is AXE, not crystalline, or crystalinne.