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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Les Disques Du Crépuscule
- Copyright (c) – Les Disques Du Crépuscule
- Published By – Movement Of 24th January
- Published By – Saravah
- Published By – Upside Publishing
- Published By – Postcard Publishing
- Recorded At – Wilfs Planet
- Recorded At – The Town House
- Recorded At – Hologram Studios
- Recorded At – Hellfine Club
- Recorded At – Sorcerer Sound
- Recorded At – Plan K
- Recorded At – Keystone Korner
- Pressed By – EMI Uden – 58289
- Pressed By – EMI Uden – 58290-1
- Pressed By – EMI Uden – 58371-1
- Pressed By – EMI Uden – 58372-1
Track C4 not listed on insert/label.
Track C6 not listed on insert/label. It sounds like a soundbite from a movie (Orchestral score, a woman asks "Can I Help You, Sir", man replies "You're Wasting Your Time")
Includes track A7, a 4 page gatefold insert, has printed inner sleeves and A-side matrix etchings in Hungarian.
A1: Recorded, engineered, mixed, produced in 1h15min. Brussels July 25, 1981.
A2, A3: Recorded in June 1982. This was the first somewhat shambolic recording of the group one week old with their only song at the time, Roddy and Campbell of Aztec Camera stood in on guitar and bass. Engineered on his four track studio.
A4: Written and produced sometime in 1980 in Brussels, published by the Movement of the 24th January Publishing.
A5: Recorded in Brussels May 8, 1981.
A7: Recorded in Hell July 13, 1981, published by Saravah Éditions.
B1: Recorded at Wilfs Planet in Edinburgh on April 27, 1981, Paul is also singing in Josef K.
B2: Recorded in Brussels, June 3, 1981
B3: Recorded in Amsterdam, March 81, working on top of a bass/drum basis on TEAC 4 track.
B4: Recorded at Hologram, Manchester on July 9, 1981
B5 to B7: Written and produced in early 1981, was used as soundtrack to Squat Theater's "Mr. Dead And Mr. Free", published by Upside Publishing (BMI)
C2: Homage to Marguerite Duras, poem by Richard Jobson, recorded in Townhouse Studios, London, June 22, 1981.
C3: Realisée en Avril 1981.
D1: Recorded at Hellfine Club in June 1981, Glasgow, please note that this song will be re-recorded in a different version for their first LP "You Can't Hide Love Forever". published by Postcard Publishing.
D2: A town, NYC; A shy girl, Miranda and impressions fading away, recorded at Sorcerer Studios.
D3: Sad Song by Vini Reilly, that was a tragedy.
D5: Experimental piece using the intervals of a fifth.
D6: Incantation. Recorded in Brussels on October 3, 1981. Music generated during concert on October 2, 1981 in Plan K, Brussels
D7: Reading from the Red Night Tour with John Giorno, Keystone Corner, San Francisco, May 16, 1981, this is the first appearance of Dr. Benway, this is also a mixing experience reading recorded both from the audience and the from the dressing room.
The Zebras by Vasarely are dedicated to Martyn Atkins.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): TWI 035 - A 58289 "SZOTLAN SZERELMED VESZEEIBEN VAN MINDING"
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): TWI 035 B//58290-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side C): TWI 035-C//58371-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side D): TWI 035-D//58372-1
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|twi 035||Various||The Fruit Of The Original Sin (2xLP, Comp)||Les Disques Du Crépuscule||twi 035||Belgium||1981||Sell This Version|
|VDP-5151||Various||The Fruit Of The Original Sin (CD, Comp, RE)||Les Disques Du Crépuscule||VDP-5151||Japan||1988||Sell This Version|
|IPCD 72002||Various||The Fruit Of The Original Sin (CD, Comp)||Interphon||IPCD 72002||Germany||1987||Sell This Version|
|TWI 035-2||Various||The Fruit Of The Original Sin (CD, Comp, RE)||Les Disques Du Crépuscule||TWI 035-2||Belgium||1989||Sell This Version|
|LTMCD 2497||Various||The Fruit Of The Original Sin (2xCD, Comp, RE, RM)||LTM (4)||LTMCD 2497||UK||2007||Sell This Version|