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Mother GongRobot Woman 2

Label:Shanghai – HAI 100
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Prog Rock, Pop Rock, Art Rock

Tracklist

A1Suggestive Station
A2This Train
Guest, Vocals, GuitarGiles Perring
A3I Wanna Be With You
A4The Moving Walkway
Guest, SynthMo Vicarage
A5The Upwardly Mobile Song
Guest, BassPaul Sanchez (4)
Guest, VocalsDave The Wave (2)
A6Tigers Or Elephants
Guest, ConchChris*
Guest, Performer [Tiger Impersonations]Hugo The Gander
A7Mirror
Guest, Backing Vocals [Chorus]Claire Jones
B1You Can Touch The Sky (All Work No Play Makes)
Guest, VocalsToni (12)
B21999
Guest, Guitar, Vocals, Effects [Welding Clamp, Ratchet, Electric Drill]Giles Perring
B3Crazy Town
Guest, Lead GuitarChris*
B4Angry Song
Guest, Lead GuitarChris*
Guest, VocalsClaire Jones
B5Looking For
Guest, VocalsToni (12)
B6Leotards
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Notes

Recorded at our home in North Devon, England.
The backing for "The Moving Walkway" was recorded in a green pyramid in a field in Wales, Summer '78 on Nik Turner's 4-track. [Note : likely to be a recording of the rehearsal for Nik Turner's Live At Deeply Vale Free Festival 1978]

℗ & © 1982 Music Galore Ltd.

Poster (2' x 3' black & white, double-sided & designed for coloring) included with story line comics, lyrics, credits, and liner notes.

Early pressings have a 'Mother Gong' sticker (2" x 2" square, green with black text) affixed to the upper right front cover which identify the artist.

In the track-by-track credits, some song titles are different to the tracklist on back cover and labels :
- track A4 : "Walkway" instead of "The Moving Walkway"
- track A5 : "Marathon" instead of "The Upwardly Mobile Song"
- track A6 : "Elephants And Tigers" instead of "Tigers Or Elephants"
- track B5 : "My Life" instead of "Looking For"

Years ago Brian Leafe, Mr. Shanghai Records, told Planet Gong that all his Gong related releases, (Death of Rock, Ex Don't Stop and Robot Woman 2 and 3) were one off pressings of 3000 copies and no more were ever manufactured. Such information I wouldn't trust from most record label CEOs, but Brian was a decent chap (too decent to remain in the music biz in fact), and so I'd take those figures as definitive.

Month of release information from Record Collector Magazine March 1994 p.116

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): HAI-100-A LYN-12415-IUT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): HAI-100-B LYN-12416-IUT [lyre symbol] JEFF
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched Ver2): HAI-100-A LYN-12415-IUT ƱJEFF
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched Ver2): HAI-100-A LYN-12415-IUT ƱJEFF

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Robot Woman 2 (CD, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release)Shanghai (3)HAI 100Russia2022

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    Pataphysics
    Looking for just the vinyl record. I have a copy of the jacket on its own because someone put the wrong record in the jacket.

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