Wilmot Meets Lord Scruffage6:18
Siege Refrain3:57
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Tracks "Wilmot" and "Wilmot Meets Lord Scruffage" are based on "Black But Sweet" from 1931, originally performed by Wilmoth Houdini.


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    Cover of Wilmot, 1994-09-05, CDWilmot
    CD, Single
    Warp Records – WAP 50CDUK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot I, 1994-09-05, VinylWilmot I
    12", 45 RPM, Single
    Warp Records – WAP 50UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot II, 1994-09-05, VinylWilmot II
    10", 45 RPM, Single
    Warp Records – 10 WAP 50UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot II, 1994, VinylWilmot II
    10", Single, White Label
    Warp Records – 10-WAP-50UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot, 1994-09-05, CassetteWilmot
    Cassette, Single
    Warp Records – WAP 50 MCUK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot I, 1994, VinylWilmot I
    12", 45 RPM, Single, Promo, White Label
    Warp Records – WAP 50UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Wilmot, , FileWilmot
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    Warp Records – WAP50CDDUKUK
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    • CRONK1980's avatar
      Would love to know the story behind the sleeve art and the use of gun clubs image .
      • matt2011's avatar
        Edited 2 years ago
        Like "Theme", "Wilmot" isn't one of Weatherall's better moments. It's certainly better than "Theme", but it's similar in the way it grabs on to a horn sample and holds on for dear life, even to the detriment of its listeners. Not a bad experience, but the vocals tend to meander and annoy as well. Lots to love and hate here. But also like "Theme", the real gem on this record is the B-side. "Rumble Summons" is just a beautiful example of what made the Sabres special: weird, spooky, moody techno coming at you at 100 miles per hour. "Rumble" is a good word for the track as the bass just shakes your guts and smacks in you in the face with a menacing/metallic drum sound. The A-side hasn't aged all that well, but the B-side sounds better than ever.
        • Pegafi's avatar
          For all lovers of Wilmot, check that : "Wilmoth Houdini - Black But Sweet". Have a nice listening.
          • skaface's avatar
            If you like Dub, then you will fall in love with Wilmot the moment you hear that bass line kick in, a head nodder for sure. Call it Dub Reggae, or Dub Reggae with a Techno influence, whatever, the bass just plods along sweetly. Andrew Wetherall is a lover of all things Dub, if you were ever lucky enough to hear his Kiss FM residency, then you would know. Techno and Dub Reggae go together so perfectly, show me a Techno head that doesn't like Dub Reggae, they go hand in hand. Nearest comparison would be Bandulu.
            • the sabers where one of the bands that got me into warp records all of there tracks are good but WILMOT will allways be king. one of the coolist track i have ever got. just press play and chill out.

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