John Cale ‎– Sabotage / Live

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Spy Records Ltd. ‎– SP 004
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A1 Mercenaries (Ready For War) 7:33
A2 Baby You Know 3:52
A3 Evidence 3:28
A4 Dr. Mudd 3:42
A5 Walkin' The Dog
Written-By – Rufus Thomas Jr.*
4:06
B1 Captain Hook 11:26
B2 Only Time Will Tell 2:37
B3 Sabotage 4:59
B4 Chorale 3:42

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From cover:"Remixed at Big Apple Recording Studios, NY. Recorded at CBGB, NYC June 1979 // Manufactured and Distributed by A&M Records. Inc".

The end of side B includes a locked-groove of a 'dead-air' alarm sound.

© ℗ 1979 I.R.S. Inc.
All tracks selections published by UnderCover Music BMI except:
A5 published by East Memphis Music Corp. BMI

Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side 1, runout, scratched): T/ IR SP 0004-A T2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, Side 2, runout, scratched): T\ IR SP 0004-B T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side 1, runout, scratched): T/ IR SP 0004-A T2.. B
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, Side 2, runout, scratched): T\ IR SP 0004-B T2..
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, Side 1, runout, scratched): T \ IR SP 0004-A TI..
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, Side 2, runout, scratched): T \ IR SP 0004-B TI..
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP 004, SP-004 John Cale Sabotage / Live(LP, Album, RE) Spy Records Ltd., I.R.S. Records SP 004, SP-004 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
SP 004 John Cale Sabotage / Live(LP, Album) Spy Records Ltd. SP 004 Canada 1979 Sell This Version
MSIG 0409 John Cale Sabotage (Live)(CD, Album, RE) MSI (2) MSIG 0409 Japan 2007 Sell This Version
SP 004 John Cale Sabotage/Live(LP, Album) Spy Records Ltd. SP 004 Canada 1979 Sell This Version
SP 004 John Cale Sabotage / Live(LP, Album, RE) Spy Records Ltd. SP 004 US 1981 Sell This Version

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marklungo

marklungo

March 4, 2017
I read the discussion, and while I don't want to cause trouble or start an edit war, I've got to say that I disagree with the conclusion that was reached. The thing about the earliest I.R.S. releases is that they were all licensed from existing labels; most of these labels were British, but Spy happened to be American. Considering that the label has the then-standard I.R.S. design AND the Spy logo, and that it also has an I.R.S. catalog number, I'd say that this lbum should be listed as a co-release between the two labels.