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    The Stick FiguresThe Stick Figures EP

    Label:Green Records (6) – 2581
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    Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
    Country:US
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    Genre:Electronic, Rock
    Style:New Wave, Art Rock, Dub, Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    A1N-Light4:54
    A2Ellis Otivator Dub1:48
    B1Crayola Bowling4:18
    B2September2:38
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    Recorded at PMS Apr-Nov 1980.
    Xeroxed picture sleeve with five different front covers, each band member designed one, each a different color of paper, all with the same back.

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    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    The Stick Figures EP (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP)Green Records (6)2581US1981
    New Submission
    The Stick Figures EP (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP)Green Records (6)2581US1981
    New Submission
    The Stick Figures EP (7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP)Green Records (6)2581US1981

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    magsrecords's profile picture
    magsrecords
    "Xeroxed picture sleeve with five different front covers, each band member designed one, each a different color of paper, all with the same back."

    only 4 entries here, anyone have the 5th?
    conch's profile picture
    conch
    no samples on the record
    it was just us and an 8 track Otari

    we relocated to NYC in fall of 81
    ampnoise's profile picture
    ampnoise
    Obscure DIY post-punk synth-wave single from this Tampa, Florida, band who relocated in Boston.

    There's some very no-wave sounding avant punk funk on here, the insanely scrambled &#34;Ellis Otivator Dub&#34; which -- with its spliced-up vocals, psychotic shards of electronic noise and piercing guitar over gut-pounding bass n spastic drums -- sounds like it could be off of <U>No New York</U> or a 99 Records release by Liquid Liquid or ESG or Bush Tetras.
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    And even more bizarre is the apparent inclusion four years before &#34;Close (to the Edit)&#34; of the same &#34;Hey!&#34; sample that The Art Of Noise used so famously in 1984, and The Prodigy later picked up for &#34;Firestarter&#34;. Find the mp3 and listen closely, at 1:19 for that exact same &#34;Hey!&#34;: