The Jesus Lizard ‎– Head/Pure

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Head
1 One Evening 3:02
2 S.D.B.J.
Backing Vocals – Suzy Korn
2:27
3 My Own Urine 3:08
4 If You Had Lips 3:13
5 7 Vs. 8 3:34
6 Pastoral 3:29
7 Waxeater
Backing Vocals – The Manger Mens Choir
2:09
8 Good Thing 1:44
9 Tight 'N Shiny 2:11
10 Killer McHann 2:16
Pure
11 Blockbuster 3:30
12 Bloody Mary 1:59
13 Rabid Pigs 2:09
14 Starlet 2:42
15 Happy Bunny Goes Fluff-Fluff Along 3:52

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© 1989 and 1991 the Jesus Lizard
℗ 1989 and 1990 Touch and Go
Printed in Canada
Made in Canada

Contains The Jesus Lizard's first album coupled with the Pure EP that was released before.
Issued in a standard jewel case with 4-page booklet including lyrics.

Wrong track listing printed on CD: tracks 4 and 5 are interchanged.

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  • Matrix / Runout: DISQUE AMERIC QXB1<241>TGLP54

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TG454CD The Jesus Lizard Head/Pure(CD, Comp, RE, RM, Jew) Touch And Go TG454CD USA & Canada 2012 Sell This Version
T&GLP#54CD The Jesus Lizard Head/Pure(CD, Album, Comp, RE, RM) Touch And Go T&GLP#54CD US 2009 Sell This Version
T&GLP#54CD The Jesus Lizard Head/Pure(CD, Comp) Touch And Go T&GLP#54CD US 1992 Sell This Version
T&GLP#54CD The Jesus Lizard Head/Pure(CD, Comp) Touch And Go T&GLP#54CD US 1992 Sell This Version
TG454CD The Jesus Lizard Head/Pure(CD, Comp, RM, Dig) Touch And Go TG454CD US 2009 Sell This Version

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Anesthetized

February 4, 2014

Left behind blues influence of the noisy and deviated band called Scratch Acid, singer David Yow and bass guitar player David Sims meet the producer Steve Albini and the guitarist Duane Denison, landing to a dissonant and perverted noise rock. With a real drummer (McNeilly) and no drum machine (used in EP Pure, 1989) Jesus Lizard compose an abrasive album, exciting for its rhythmic dynamism and disturbing for its melodic deconstruction. Head can expand itself dramatically with its 2-3 minutes songs, because of alienating Denison arpeggios and riffs, perfectly fitted in a rhythmic structure in constant motion, but deeply hallucinated as a disarticulated Joy Division skeleton. Yow vomits a desperate nihilism that doesn’t expect to be understand, in a album that will be the father of 90’s discomfort.