Renaldo & The Loaf ‎– Play Struvé & Sneff (Original 1979 Release)

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Esoteric Music Group ‎– CCD102
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CDr
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Tracklist

1 Meanings Of W.E.I.R.D. 1:45
2 16 Going On 17 1:53
3 Absence 5:35
4 120 Before Zero 4:24
5 Brittle People 2:05
6 Dying Inside 5:45
7 Kimbolton Gnome Song 3:03
8 Bathroom Song 2:00
9 Untitled 5:35
10 Letters From Lee 10:05

Credits

  • Clarinet, Guitar, Percussion [Macaroni], Mandolin, TapeTed The Loaf
  • Glockenspiel, Guitar, Percussion [Macaroni], Percussion, VocalsRenaldo*

Notes

This is an official CDr reproduction of the original 1979 cassette. The original cassette/CDr differs significantly from the subsequent LP and CD versions in terms of material and mix.

All Material Struvé / Sneff except 16 Going On 17 by Rogers and Hammerstein.
Recorded at Sneff's Surgery, April-Sept 1979
Recorded on TEAC 3340S
Assisted by 2x Akai 4000DS

Operation conducted without the aid of anaesthetics or synthesizers.

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christianolson

christianolson

May 28, 2014
Once again, Discogs drops the ball. Their are two members of this band. ONE of them says not only is this NOT official, but he's never even SEEN it. But by all means, Discogs, keep it up. AND have the tits to call it an "Official CD-R" when Brian Poole says this information is wrong.
I don't get it. When I worked at a record store, and submitted cassette releases that I had RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME, you made me correct periods and commas. You threatened to suspend me if I didn't. Even though I always copied the information VERBATIM from each cassette.
So, by all means, MODERATORS, keep this up.
(I DARE you to ask any of the 11 liars who say they have it to send you a picture of them holding it, and also a picture of the CD itself, which is surprisingly missing from the MORE INAGES.)
AAAAAAARGH! You guys are SO frustrating!
christianolson

christianolson

June 4, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
Just as an aside, I had struck up a small email friendship with one of the two band members. And, at one point, I gave him a link to this page to show him this release. He had absolutely NO IDEA that this existed. My point being that this throws into question the notion that is was "an official CD-R reproduction."
If Brian Poole asserts that he has never seen a copy, I believe him.