Su Tissue ‎– Salon De Musique

Label:
Adversity Ltd ‎– SMLP 3263
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 2nd Movement 11:45
A2 Train Station 11:54
B Salon De Musique 10:16

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Notes

Recorded in 1982.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): SMLP-3263-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): SMLP-3263-B

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alienmode1996

alienmode1996

July 17, 2020
looking to buy a copy if anyone has one. serious buyer
IPM_AUS

IPM_AUS

July 5, 2020
is there a cd issue (or bootleg?) of this out there? i've seen some pictures floating around
andys80s

andys80s

April 24, 2020
edited 5 months ago
For the love of God, lets get this repressed already!!! Su....Where are you!!!
Klagovisor

Klagovisor

November 25, 2019
Greatly hoping for some kind of reissue of this...listening to it is like being in a dream.
phinx41

phinx41

October 25, 2019
sellers on here are pretty ridiculous. within the last two years, i've seen a mint sealed copy priced at $300, followed by a VG+ / VG copy priced for $600, followed by a VG / VG currently listed for nearly $1k. quality keeps going down, but price keeps doubling. who's upping the next copy that's G+ / G for $1750?
cabasse

cabasse

January 4, 2019
heard this on musicForProgramming #52, was (am) immediately awestruck and went to find it for sale... this is beautiful.
candysays_

candysays_

March 9, 2018
Just on the off-chance that someone who knows Su is reading this... I'd love to pass on a message to her.
CopenWithHagen

CopenWithHagen

June 29, 2017
this album deserves a reissue. very hypnotic, like zgradkowski put. su tissue is/was very talented.
ghoststreet

ghoststreet

September 23, 2016
Somebody LP bootleg this bad boy.⚫️🎛⚫️ 👽 👌🏼 😎 😻
ZeeGee73

ZeeGee73

March 27, 2014
edited 3 months ago

I like this album, it stands on its' own away from the discography of Suburban Lawns. It has become a must have for me. It has an overall minimal sound, formed around hypnotic looped piano patterns with various accompaniment that becomes more apparent with each listen. It is immediately simple and complex. Sue Tissue does sing on one track, but it is different in a more ethnic and abstract style than previously. I hope one day it sees a reissue in some form as this is a lost great album that unfolds more surprises with each listen, it raises a lot of questions as to why there were not more albums like this. Some things really do deserve a reissue and should be available because they are excellent.