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    Skin YardSkin Yard

    Label:C/Z Records – CZ003, C/Z Records – C/Z 003
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, White Translucent
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Alternative Rock

    Tracklist

    A1Reptile
    Written-ByCameron*
    3:00
    A2Skins In My Closet
    Written-ByEndino*
    6:15
    A3Epitaph For Yesterday
    Written-ByHouse*, Endino*
    4:22
    A4The Blind Leading The Blind
    Written-ByHouse*, Endino*
    5:33
    B1Scratch
    Written-ByEndino*
    3:30
    B2Burning The Candle
    Written-ByHouse*, Cameron*
    6:00
    B3Dear Deceased
    Written-ByEndino*
    3:35
    B4Stuck In A Plan
    Written-ByHouse*, Endino*
    3:31
    B5Jabberwocky
    Written-BySkin Yard
    2:25
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    Hype sticker on original release said vinyl was "Clear". It is not perfectly transparent, however. More of a milky clear.

    Recorded and engineered at Ultralab, Seattle, WA. A2, B1, B4 recorded at Studio Endino.
    Limited to 1400 copies, all on translucent 'skin' colored vinyl.

    Other Versions (5 of 7)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Skin Yard (LP, Album)C/Z Records, C/Z RecordsCZ003, C/Z 003US1986
    Skin Yard (CD, Album, Reissue)C/Z Records90003-2US1990
    New Submission
    Skin Yard (Cassette, Album, Reissue, CrO2)Cruz RecordsCRZC 015US1991
    Skin Yard (CD, Album, Reissue)Cruz RecordsCRZ CD 015US1992
    New Submission
    Skin Yard (LP, Album, Reissue)Cruz RecordsCRZ 015US1992

    Reviews

    pedro99's avatar
    pedro99
    Edited 3 years ago
    The vinyl editions of this first Skin Yard album aren't as good as the CD reissues, which contain bonus tracks that are better than some of the original album cuts. Maybe if Daniel House and Jack Endino dig up old Skin Yard tapes we'll get more "lost" songs, like Jack Endino mentions in the "Angle of Attack" liner notes. I recommend buying the CD version instead because despite "Burning the Candle"s rarity appeal, you won't miss it much (it's also on YouTube) and the original album is greatly improved by the bonus tracks.
    Andrew_Lawson's avatar
    Andrew_Lawson
    Edited 3 years ago
    The song "Burning the Candle" appears only on the original 1986 vinyl issue. It was left off all subsequent releases, vinyl, cassette, CD, and MP3 files.
    jbacus's avatar
    jbacus
    I have a early press kit (circa 1987) that says there were 2000 copies pressed, so 1400 may not be accurate.
    Original hype sticker called the record clear vinyl. I added a picture of the cover with sticker, but left the release listed as "white translucent" b/c most probably expect clear to be perfectly clear.