Shellac ‎– The End Of Radio

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Touch And Go ‎– TG424CD
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2 × CD, Album
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Tracklist

14 July 1994 Peel Session
1-1 Spoke 2:03
1-2 Canada 2:28
1-3 Crow 4:45
1-4 Disgrace 2:22
1 December 2004 Peel Session
2-1 Ghosts 5:40
2-2 The End Of Radio 9:16
2-3 Canada 2:54
2-4 Paco 6:12
2-5 Steady As She Goes 5:05
2-6 Billiard Player Song 9:10
2-7 Dog And Pony Show 4:27
2-8 Il Porno Star 7:35

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Notes

Double CD packaged in a top-load single pocket wide-spine jacket with two printed inner sleeves.

1994 Peel Session
Recorded 14 July 1994, BBC Maida Vale Studio 3.
Transmission: John Peel Radio One Show, 22 July 1994.

2004 Peel Session
Recording: Live From Maida Vale Session, 1 December 2004, BBC Maida Vale Studio 4.
Transmission: John Peel Show, 2 December 2004.

Printed on the barcode sticker:
JOHN PEEL SESSIONS 1994 & 2004
SHELLAC OF NORTH AMERICA NUMBER 16

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (UPC-A, Scanned: Sticker): 036172112425
  • Barcode (UPC-A, Text: Sticker): 0 36172 11242 5

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hoschhti

hoschhti

July 6, 2019
edited 6 months ago
I like it how much love they put into the CD-edition. Giving us two CDs, for each session one, although the music could easily fit on one disc - great and much better than the overpriced vinyl-edition. Maybe Steve Albini doesn't hate CDs that much anymore. CDs are better than vinyl anyway. Vinyl can suck my Discman! Peace.
wonderbrat

wonderbrat

June 13, 2019
edited 7 months ago
The end of comprehension: I deeply love both the work of John Peel and of Touch and Go Records. After the death of JP had been announced on German radio, my cousin phoned me to offer consolation. That said, I am at a loss what to make of this. Both Wikipedia and the BBC archive state, that there were no more Peel Sessions after his demise in October 2004, while this second Peel Session by Shellac was recorded on 1 December 2004. It is all very mystifying . . . The live version of the full concert has Steve Albini addressing the audience: "Good day, we are Shellac of North America and we're dedicating this session and probably the rest of our career to John Peel!"