Severed Heads ‎– Clifford Darling, Please Don't Live In The Past

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Ink Records ‎– INK 16D
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Credits

  • Artwork [Sleeve Image]Stephen Jones (3), Tom Ellard
  • Computer [Home Computer], Keyboards, Loops [4 & 8 Track Loops], Turntables, Piano [Toy], Effects [Noise Gates], Voice, Drum Machine [Rhythm Machines]Tom Ellard
  • Loops, Instruments [Toy], TurntablesRichard Fielding
  • Loops, Turntables, Noises [Noise Generators, F111 Fighter/bomber], Sequenced By [Sequencers], Voice, Loops [4 & 8 Track Loops]Garry Bradbury
  • Mastered ByPorky (5)
  • Mastered By [Digital Remaster]Bradbury*, Ellard*, Keevil*
  • Written-ByGB* (tracks: A1, A5, B1 to B3, C3 to C6, D6), RF* (tracks: A3, B5, D1 to D4, D7 to D9), Severed Heads, TE* (tracks: A2 to C6, D3, D5, D9, D10)

Notes

Obscure snippets recorded 1979-1983.
Source tapes reprocessed onto digital master at Terse Tapes September 1985.

B6, D6 to D8: 79
D3 (recorded live at I.C.E. 17.9.80), D10: 80
A2, A3 (recorded live at Exiles 7.8.81), A4, D5, D9 (recorded live at I.C.E. 3.1.81): 81
A1, A5 (recorded live at Stranded 4.7.82), B1, B2, B3 (recorded live at the Kilayoni Club March 82), C1 to C6, D1, D2, D4: 82
A6, B4: 83

Red Flame Music / Virgin Music Ltd.
℗ & © Ink Records 1985.
Ink. P.O. Box 927, London W3 6VB
Ink is a division of Red Flame

Includes an 11" square insert with credits printed on one side.

Sides B and D each have a side-long locked groove, so the tracks B6 and D10 both end with a loop that repeats endlessly.

Track B5 is listed on the sleeve & centre labels without a comma, and track D4 is listed on the sleeve & labels without the "No. 2". The insert shows the full titles.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MPO INK 16D A¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MPO INK 16D B¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): MPO INK 16D C¹ PORKY.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): MPO INK 16D D¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT.

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incuswetrust

incuswetrust

January 8, 2017
Just---odd. Tuxedo Moon meets The Residents meets synth pop like Depeche Mode. Sounds good to me!
djmushroom

djmushroom

October 9, 2016

"Dance" (B6) leads into one of the most brilliant and nerve-wracking endless loops since "Sgt. Pepper".
Groovy in a perverted way.
You don't want it to stop.
And it won't.