Various ‎– Fast Forward 008/009: Annual Report

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Fast Forward Magazine ‎– FF008/009
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2 × Cassette, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 No Artist Fast Forward Orbiter (Jingle)
A2 Dean Richards / Peter Doyle (2) & Orchestra (5) Terra Seckt
A3 Machinations Interview
A4 Machinations Terminal Wharf
A5 Connotations Let's Go Native
A6 No Artist Stand Tall (Jingle)
A7 People With Chairs Up Their Noses Go To Jail
A8 The Cure Interview
A9 The Cure One Hundred Years (Demo)
A10 O.R.D.U.C. Speedy
B1 No Artist The Case Of The Missing Leave It To Beavers (Serial Part 5)
B2 No Artist Necrophilia News Network
B3 Ian Dury Interview
B4 JFK And The Cuban Crisis* Office Boy Meets Office Girl
B5 Jon Rose 19 String Violin Music (Live Excerpt)
B6 Sardine V.* Stuck On You
B7 Kraftwerk Interview
B8 Alan Underhill Silicon Sundae (Part 3)
B9 No Artist Unauthorized Duplication Prohibited
C1 Dead Can Dance Fatal Impact (Demo)
C2 Article At The Moment
C3 Cheri Knight Prime Numbers
C4 People With Chairs Up Their Noses Leave Home
C5 Legion Of Honour Red Square Errand
C6 R. Stevie Moore The Flavor Is Mine
C7 Height/Dismay Dusk
C8 John Foster's Pop Philosophers Kennedy Saga (Part 1)
C9 Morton Taylor Blank Wrap
C10 Crime & The City Solution Moments
D1 Positive Noise Seventh Man
D2 Customer Service (2) Call Me Dynamic
D3 Invisible College* Luxury Of Horns
D4 Bruce Pavitt Debbie
D5 Mark Foster Thinking Cap
D6 Beats Working Monkey And The Rocket
D7 Alan Underhill Silicon Sundae (Part 2)
D8 Guilded Youth* Weirding Nights
D9 The Same Time Line
D10 Public Image Limited Untitled

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Notes

Cassettes housed in folded plastic cover with 32 pages A5 magazine + 4 inserts.

#A3 Interview with Tim, Tony and Nick (22.10.81). The Pieces of 3 songs within the interview are "Average Inadequacy", "Machinations" and "Arabia".
#A8 Interview with Robert Smith (Melbourne, august 1981).
#A9 Recorded at Pipbrook Mill (december 1981).
#B1 Narrated by Johnny Topper.
#B3 Interview with Geoff King (Melbourne, november 1981).
#B5 Recorded live 10.11.80.
#B7 Interview with Ralf Hutter (Melbourne, 18.09.81).
#C1 Demo version.
#C8 Recorded live in Washington, Olympia.
#C10 Recorded live in St Kilda, Seaview Ballroom (21.08.79).
#D10 Edited snippets from the riot occured at The Ritz, NYC (15.05.81)

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TimBucknall

TimBucknall

May 6, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

#D10 runs at the correct speed unlike the 7" bootleg of the "riot show"
the whole collection is a fascinating time capsule of the amazing insanely creative Post-Punk year that was 1981. the previous reviewer was spot on.

my personal highlights are: legion of honour, PiL & Dead Can Dance
Lloigor

Lloigor

September 6, 2010
There are several interesting things about this rather obscure release, not the least of which being the presence of more extinct post-punk groups than one could shake a rather large stick at. Most impressive to my inner collector, however, are those by Dead Can Dance and Crime & The City Solution; the former is the first track that they ever released (at least two years prior to their debut), while the latter is the *only* official record of that band's "first" incarnation (1977-1979; actually the second line-up).

If you find this for a reasonable price, get it.