Hermine (3) ‎– The World On My Plates

Label:
Crammed Discs ‎– CRAM 019
Format:
Vinyl, LP, 45 RPM, Mini-Album
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A1 Happy Holidays
Cello – Ellie LingWritten-By – Ian Kane
A2 The Thrill Is Gone
Saxophone – Dave BrooksWritten-By – Brown*, Henderson*
A3 Waiting
Written-By – Ian Kane
B1 I Won't Make It Without You
Piano – Rod MelvinWritten-By – Nick Lowe
B2 Too Many Men In My Life
Piano – Rod MelvinWritten-By – Ruth Wallis
B3 Blue Angel
Piano – Max PaddisonWritten-By – Melson*, Orbison*

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Engineered at the Elephant, Wapping.
Thermographic, textured, sleeve.

Some came with promo-postcard (see pictures)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CRAM 019-A ƱTOPIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CRAM 019-B Ʊ
  • Rights Society: SABAM

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djools121

djools121

September 22, 2017
With postcard and my copy has HERMINE printed horizontally on the front cover.
yeahyeahnoh

yeahyeahnoh

January 2, 2014
Comes with postcard
Anfunny

Anfunny

February 19, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
Now considered something of a New Wave diva, Hermine Demoriane is a singer, writer, actress, comedian and tightrope walker. Her unique brand of singing, which, dare I say, is something of an acquired taste, is best encapsulated on her somewhat lost debut mini-album from 1982, 'The World On My Plates'. A six track collection of intriguing vaudeville torch songs, the LP owes much of it's cult reputation to the fabulous, iconic cover photo, which shows Hermine loading 7" records into a dishwasher, as you do, dolled up in her best polka-dot frock. I am so much in love with this sleeve image that I had it blown up and printed onto canvas, and it now proudly hangs in my kitchen. Comprising of minimalistic versions of 'Blue Angel' (Roy Orbison), 'Too Many Men In My Life' (Ruth Wallis), 'The Thrill Is Gone' (Henderson & Brown) and 'I Won't Make It Without You' (Nick Lowe), together with two originals, 'Happy Holidays' and 'Waiting', the release appeared in April 1982, on Brussels-based independent label, Crammed Discs.