ESP Summer

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A short-lived studio-based project, ESP Summer / ESP Continent gave the pop underground one dazzling LP in 1994 and was never heard from again. Much like the pairing of Brian Eno and David Byrne in the early '80s, Warren Defever (His Name Is Alive) and Ian Masters (Pale Saints) made for an alignment of talented studio eccentrics of the time. Their excellent eponymous release was originally issued on cassette through Defever's Time Stereo outlet, but was thankfully issued on disc over a year later on Perdition Plastics. A minimal, scatterbrained effort, ESP Summer's dreamy acoustics made for one of the decade's unrecognized gems and was certainly deserving of the high regard of His Name Is Alive and the Pale Saints' best works. - Andy Kellman, All Music Guide
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Albums

ESP Summer - ESP Summer album art ESP Continent* ESP Summer (Album) Perdition Plastics France 1995 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

FRG-008 ESP Summer - ESP Summer album art ESP Summer ESP Summer(10", Ltd, Mixed) Farrágo Records FRG-008 US 1995 Sell This Version
FS 01 ESP Summer - Bad Vibrations EP album art E.S.P. Neighborhood* Bad Vibrations EP(7", Car) Friendly Science Enregisterments FS 01 UK 1997 Sell This Version

Compilations

SMMG 017 ESP Summer - The Complete Recordings album art ESP Summer The Complete Recordings(File, Comp) Silver Mountain Media Group SMMG 017 US 2009