|A1||There's A Ghost In My House||2:36|
|A2||U.S. 80's - 90's||4:34|
|A3||Shoulder Pads (Version 1)||2:54|
|B2||Haf Found Bormann||2:42|
|B3||Terry Waite Sez||1:42|
|B5||Shoulder Pads (Version 2)||1:56|
|B6||Gross Chapel—G.B. Grenadiers||7:20|
- Bass – Stephen Hanley
- Drums – Simon Wolstencroft
- Electronics [Machines], Guitar [Electric] – Simon Rogers
- Engineer – Dian Barton
- Guitar [Lead], Vocals – Brix E. Smith*
- Guitar [Rhythm] – Craig Scanlon
- Keyboards, Vocals – Marcia Schofield
- Producer – Grant Cunliffe, Ian Broudie
- Producer, Engineer – John Leckie
- Producer, Lead Vocals, Tape – Mark E. Smith
1. Mr. Pharmacist (single)
2. Bend Sinister (aka Domesday Pay-Off) (album)
3. Hey! Luciani (single)
However, "There's a Ghost in My House" and "Haf Found Bormann" both come from the 1987 single There's a Ghost in My House.
The title as listed on the spine is simply Domesday Pay-Off.
The title as listed on the labels is Domesday Pay-Off (Triad Plus).
(C) 1987 Big Time Records (America), Inc.
(P) 1987 Big Time Records (America), Inc.
Manufactured and distributed in the United States by RCA Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 08472160391