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Sound Of Confusion [album]

LPGlass RecordsGLALP 018June 1986
LP/CassetteFire Records
CDFire RecordsRefire CD5
CDTaang RecordsTAANG!93September 1995

Originally this album was to be called "Taking Drugs," but changed upon it's release. "Hey Man" Sonic Boom is credited as "Peter Gunn" instead of as himself, even though the song credits list him under his real name (Pete Kember). Fire Records reissued Sound of Confusion with the addition of a photographic insert.

Track Listing:

  1. Losing Touch With My Mind [kember/pierce] 5:30
  2. Hey Man [kember/pierce] 4:47 This is the same song as "Amen" on the Taking Drugs... LP.
  3. Rollercoaster [hall/erickson] 7:40 A cover of a Thirteenth Floor Elevators song.
  4. Mary Anne [glenn campbell] 4:05 A cover of a Juicy Lucy song.
  5. Little Doll [j osterberg] 5:24 A cover of a Stooges song.
  6. 2.35 [kember/pierce] 3:10
  7. O.D. Catastrophe [kember/pierce] 8:57

Personnel:

Sonic Boom (Pete Kember):
Guitar, feedback
Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals
Pete Bassman (Pete Bain):
Bass guitar
Natty Brooker:
Percussion

Walkin' With Jesus [single]

LPGlass RecordsGLAEP 105November 1986

First 1250 copies came with an A4 lyric sheet. The album cover photos were taken by future Darkside drummer Craig Wagstaff.

Track Listing:
  1. Walkin' With Jesus (Sound Of Confusion)
  2. Rollercoaster
  3. Feel So Good (1st version)

Transparent Radiation [single]

LPGlass RecordsGLAEP 108July 1987
Track Listing:
  1. Transparent Radiation
  2. Ecstasy Symphony
  3. Transparent Radiation (flashback)
  4. Things'll Never Be The Same
  5. Starship

The Perfect Prescription [album]

LP/CassetteGlass RecordsGLALP 026August 1987
LP/CassetteFire Records
CDFire RecordsRefire CD6
LP/CDGenius RecordsGen001LP pressed on purple speckled vinyl.
CDTaang RecordsTAANG!941996

Sleeve photography by future Darkside drummer Craig Wagstaff.

Track Listing:
  1. Take Me To The Other Side [kember/pierce] 4:28
  2. Walkin' With Jesus [kember/pierce] 3:43
  3. Ode to Street Hassle [kember/pierce] 4:01 The title refers to the Lou Reed song "Street Hassle."
  4. Ecstasy Symphony [kember/pierce] 1:54 The Fire CD has mistakenly put "Ecstacy Symphony" as a seperate track from "Transparent Radiation". In fact, they are the same track, so the labeling is wrong. The full "Ecstacy Symphony" is on the Transparent Radiation 12".
  5. Transparent Radiation (Flashback) [thompson/cunningham/barthelp] arr. [kember/pierce] 9:03 This is a cover version of a Red Krayola song.
  6. Feel So Good [kember/pierce] 5:16 Sonic insists that you can hear Jason opening a can of beer at the begining of this song.
  7. Things'll Ever Be The Same [kember/pierce] 6:05
  8. Come Down Easy [kember/pierce] 6:46
  9. Call The Doctor [kember/pierce] 3:52
  10. Soul 1 [kember/pierce] 5:41 Extra track available only on Fire CD and cassette and Taang CD. Originally released as a B-side to the "Take Me To The Other Side" single.
  11. That's Just Fine (instrumental) [kember/pierce] 6:49 Extra track available only on Fire CD and cassette and Taang CD. Originally released as a B-side to the "Take Me To The Other Side" single.
  12. Rollercoaster 17:07 Extra track available only on the Glass cassette and Genius CD.
  13. Starship [Sun-Ra/MC5] 11:25 Extra track available only on the Glass cassette, Genius and Taang CD.
  14. O.D. Catastrophe Extra track available only on the Glass cassette
  15. Ecstasy Extra track available only on the Taang CD. Taken from the Dreamweapon CD.
Personnel:
Sonic Boom:
Guitar, vocals
Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals
Pete Bassman:
Bass guitar
Rosco (Stewart Roswell):
Percussion

Additional musicians:
Al Green (sax), Mick Manning (trumpet), Owen John (violin)


Take Me To The Other Side [single]

LPGlass RecordsGLAEP 12054July 1988

Glass officially listed a 7" version of this but it was never printed.

Track Listing:
  1. Take Me To The Other Side
  2. Soul 1 Also appears on the Fire Perfect Prescription CD.
  3. That's Just Fine (Instrumental) Also appears on the Fire Perfect Prescription CD.

Take Me To The Other Side (demo) [single track]

7"Munster RecordsTFOSR 7001

Track included on "The Munster Dance Hall Favourites Volume 1." that was free with the Spanish La Herencia de los Munster fanzine.

Track Listing:
  1. Take Me To The Other Side (demo)

Performance [album]

LPGlass RecordsGLALP 030July 1988
CDGlass RecordsGLACD 030July 1988
CDGenius RecordsGenCD006
LP/CassetteFire Records
CDFire RecordsRefire CD11
CDTaang RecordsTAANG!951996

Recorded live at the Melkweg (Milky Way) in Amsterdam on February 6th, 1988.

Track Listing:
  1. Mary Anne 4:37
  2. Come Together 3:45 A cover of a MC5 song.
  3. Things'll Never Be The Same 6:24
  4. Take Me To The Other Side 4:00
  5. Rollercoaster 7:09
  6. Starship 5:14
  7. Walkin' With Jesus 4:09
  8. O.D. Catastrophe 8:52 Appears only on the Genius Records release, and is an alternate studio recording.
  9. Feel So Good 5:09 Appears only on the Genius Records release, and is an alternate studio recording.

Taang CD Track Listing (contains the entire gig):

  1. Mary Anne
  2. Come Together
  3. Things'll Never Be The Same
  4. Take Me To The Other Side
  5. Rollercoaster
  6. Walkin' With Jesus
  7. Repeater
  8. Starship
  9. Revolution
  10. Suicide

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Vocals, guitar, organ
Jason Pierce:
Vocals, guitar
Pete Bassman:
Bass guitar
Rosco (S. Roswell):
Percussion


Revolution [single]

7"Fire RecordsBLAZE 29SNovember 1988
LPFire RecordsBLAZE 29T
CDFire RecordsBLAZE 29CD

Track Listing:

  1. Revolution [kember] 5:56
  2. Che [rev/vega] 4:29 A cover of a Suicide song.
  3. May The Circle Be Unbroken [traditional] 3:43 Only available on the LP and CD release


Playing With Fire [album]

LP/CassetteFire RecordsFire 16February 27, 1989
CDFire RecordsFire CD16
LPBOMP! RecordsBLP 4032
CDBOMP! RecordsBCD 4032
LPWalkabout Records
CDTaang! RecordsTAANG!97November 1994
10"x2Taang! RecordsNovember 1994
2 x CDSpace AgeOrbit 011CDApril 1999
2 x LPSpace AgeOrbit 011LPOctober 1999

A coupon was included with early copies enabling one to send away for Threebie 3. The LP was released in America on BOMP! Records on several coloured vinyls as well as on black vinyl and CD. Also released in France, Germany, and Sweden. The version released on Walkabout Records is a Greek pressing and remains one of the rarest SP3 releases. Reached #1 on the UK indie charts. The "Purity, Accuracy" on the front cover is taken from the logo of Trans-Love Energies, the MC5's management company.

Re-released by Space Age Recordings in a two disc "definitive edition" with an extra disc of bonus tracks.

Track Listing:

  1. Honey [kember] 3:01
  2. Come Down Softly To My Soul [pierce] 3:47
  3. How Does It Feel? [kember] 7:58
  4. I Believe It [kember] 3:20
  5. Revolution [kember] 5:58
  6. Let Me Down Gently [kember] 4:29
  7. So Hot (Wash Away All My Tears) [pierce] 2:38
  8. Suicide [kember/pierce] 11:03
  9. Lord Can You Hear Me? [pierce] 4:34
  10. Suicide (live) [kember/pierce] 12:26 Only available on the CD and cassette release. Live track taken from the Threebie 3 EP.
  11. Repeater (How Does It Feel?) (live) [kember] 5:29 Only available on the CD and cassette release. Live track taken from the Threebie 3 EP.
  12. Che Only available on the Taang and Space Age release
  13. May The Circle Be Unbroken Only available on the Taang and Space Age release

Track Listing (Space Age disc two):

  1. Honey (demo) 3:24
  2. Let Me Down Gently (drum mix) 4:50
  3. How Does It Feel? (alternate version) 8:24
  4. Suicide (alternate mix) 11:51
  5. Lord Can You Hear Me? (demo vocal) 4:40
  6. I Believe It (alternate mix) 3:20
  7. Che (maracas mix) 4:37
  8. Anyway That You Want Me (demo) 3:21
  9. Girl On Fire (demo) 2:06

"Anyway That You Want Me" is a Troggs cover that eventually became Spiritualized's first single. "Girl On Fire" is a Perfect Disaster cover.

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Vocals, Vox Starstreamer, Fender Jaguar, Vox Super Continental
Jason Pierce:
Vocals, Fender Telecaster, Rickenbacker
Willie Carruthers:
Bass


Threebie 3 [EP]

LPFire RecordsLP 16March 1989

All tracks from Melkweg (Milky Way) Amsterdam, February 6th, 1988 (the same concert that Performance is taken from) except "Live Intro Theme (Xtacy)" which is from the studio. The live versions of "Repeater" and "Suicide" also appear on the CD release of Playing With Fire. This album was only available via a coupon included with some copies of Playing With Fire. Limited edition of 5000.

Track Listing:

  1. Starship
  2. Revolution
  3. Suicide
  4. Repeater
  5. Live Intro Theme (Xtacy)


Hypnotized [single]

7"Fire RecordsBLAZE 36SJuly 3rd, 1989
LPFire RecordsBLAZE 36T
CDFire RecordsBLAZE 36CD

First 5000 12" copies included a free poster - essentially it's the same band photo from the Playing With Fire insert, with the "For All The Fucked Up Children In The World..." headline. Reached #1 on the UK indie charts.

Track Listing:

  1. Hypnotized 6:01
  2. Just To See You Smile (Honey pt. 2) 7:50
  3. The World Is Dying 4:55 Only available on the LP and CD release


Recurring [album]

LPFire RecordsLP23Released 1990
LPFire RecordsLP235The gold embossed version
CDFire RecordsCD23
CD [U.S.]Dedicated3047

Recurring is essentially one-half Sonic Boom and one-half Jason Pierce, recorded in differing studios with the same core group of musicians. Future Spectrum guitarist Richard Formby also plays on a few of the Sonic tracks. Pat Fish is one of the founding members of The Jazz Butcher. Willie Carruthers, Mark Refoy, and Jon Mattock eventually go on with Jason to form Spiritualized.

The European release has a flourescent cover, another UK vinyl release has a gold embossed cover. US versions of the CD have the artist/title in black type instead of white. Original Spacemen 3 drummer Natty Brooker did the artwork (under the Mr. Ugly alias).

An old-style CD long box was released in the US.

"When Tomorrow Hits" is a cover of a Mudhoney song. After Mudhoney covered "Revolution" in one of their shows, Jason and Sonic decided to pay them back, and were going to release a split single with each band covering the other. Apparently Sonic and Jason thought that the studio version that Mudhoney eventually put down "sucked", so they called it off. Mudhoney eventually released their cover of "Revolution" on the B-side of the 12" single "This Gift". It has highly irreverent lyrics about people with heroin addiction (the line about "just five seconds to start thinking about a revolution" becomes "just five seconds to push a methadone suppository all the way inside"). Press reports at the time mentioned that Sonic was not at all amused by this.

U.K. release track listing:

  1. Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here) [kember] 10:51
  2. Just To See You Smile (Orchestral Mix) [kember] 3:19
  3. I Love You [kember] 5:32
  4. Set Me Free/I've Got The Key [kember] 5:11
  5. Set Me Free (Reprise) [kember] 1:51
  6. Why Couldn't I See [kember] 6:37 Only available on the CD release
  7. Just To See You Smile (Instrumental) [kember] 3:20 Only available on the CD release
  8. When Tomorrow Hits [arm/turner/peters/lukin] 4:27 Only available on the CD release.
  9. Feel So Sad (Reprise) [pierce] 2:47
  10. Hypnotized [pierce] 5:57
  11. Sometimes [pierce] 6:36
  12. Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full Of Shit) [pierce] 4:34
  13. Billy Whizz/Blue 1 [pierce] 7:34
  14. Drive/Feel So Sad [pierce] 5:34 Only available on the CD release
  15. Feelin' Just Fine (Alternative Mix) [pierce] 4:31 Only available on the CD release

US and European LP & CD release track listing:

  1. Big City 4:45
  2. Why Couldn't I See 6:33
  3. I Love You 5:35
  4. Just To See You Smile 3:23
  5. Set Me Free/I Got The Key 5:12
  6. When Tomorrow Hits 4:25
  7. Feel So Sad 2:53
  8. Hypnotized 5:56
  9. Sometimes 6:34
  10. Feelin' Just Fine (Head Full Of Shit) 4:29
  11. Billy Whizz/Blue 1 5:05

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Vox Starstreamer, Burns Jazz Guitar, Vox Super Continental, Vox Conqueror, acoustic 12 string, synthesizer, samples, feedback, tremeloes, drones, vocals
Jason Pierce:
Fender Telecaster, acoustic guitars, autoharp, bluesharp, piano, keyboards, vocals
Willie Carruthers:
Bass guitar
Mark Refoy:
Fender Telecaster, acoustic guitars
Jon Mattock:
Percussion

Additional musicians:
Pat Fish (sax), Owen John (violin), Al Green (sax), Richard Formby (guitar)


Taking Drugs (To Make Music To Take Drugs To) [unofficial album]

LPA Father Yod ProductionFYP L251990

This record is wrongly subtitled "Rehearsals in Rugby - January 1986." This is actually the Northampton demos. Both Sonic and Jason think these demos turned out better than the released LP versions. Subsequently released on CD (with more tracks and a different running order) by BOMP! Records in October 1994 and again by Space Age in 2000.

Track Listing:

  1. 2.35
  2. Mary Anne
  3. Losing Touch With My Mind
  4. Amen
  5. That's Just Fine
  6. Come Down Easy
  7. Sound of Confusion


Big City (Hypnobeat) [single track]

LPMunster RecordsMROG 31990

Track included on "The Munster Dance Hall Favorites Volume 3." The "Hypnobeat" version features several vocal tracks at slightly different places in the mix, giving it a very trippy feel.

Track Listing:

  1. Big City (Hypnobeat)


Dreamweapon [album]

LPFierce RecordsFRIGHT 0421990
CDFierce RecordsFRIGHT 040
CDSympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 2111993
LP/CDSpace AgeORBIT 001

This is the "Evening of Contemporay Sitar Music" recorded on August 19, 1988 at Waterman's Art Centre, Hammersmith. Also known as "Dreamweapon," a shortened version appears on the Fierce vinyl. The title "Dreamweapon" originates from a proto-Velvet Underground project called "The Launching Of The Dream Weapon," a mixed-media show with film, dancing, and music which was performed in late 1965.

Track Listing:

  1. Dreamweapon (An Evening Of Contemporary Sitar Music) 43:30
  2. Ecstasy Live Intro Theme Appears only on the Space Age LP and CD
  3. Ecstasy In Slow Motion 10:00 Appears only on the Fierce vinyl, Sympathy, and Space Age CD. Sonic is credited with "All noises." Recorded at V.H.F Studio, Rugby, in Spring 1987. The vinyl version is reverse pressed and plays from the label outwards.
  4. Spacemen Jam 15:00 Appears only on the Sympathy and Space Age CD. Sonic and Jason are the only players.

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Vox Starstreamer, Fender Jaguar
Jason Pierce:
Guitar
Will Carruthers:
Bass guitar
Steve Evans:
Guitar


Big City [single]

7"Fire RecordsBLAZE 41SJanuary 1991
LPFire RecordsBLAZE 41T
CDFire RecordsBLAZE 41CD
CDRCA2801-2-RDJ

The 7" single contains a edited version of "Big City" with "Drive" on the B-side.

Track Listing:

  1. Big City (Everybody I Know Can Be Found Here) 8:35
  2. Drive 6:51
  3. Big City (Waves Of Joy Demo) 3:58
  4. Drive (Demo) 1:54 Only available on the CD release


Big City (Remix) [single]

LPFire RecordsBLAZE 41TRJanuary 1991

A promo only white label 12" of this was pressed, with "Drive" replaced by "I Love You (Remix). In this mix of "I Love You", you can hear an excerpt of a Coca-Cola commercial that Jan and Dean did back in the early 60's. If you listen very carefully you can hear "things go netter with Coca Cola..." Only 50 copies of this single were pressed.

Also, the main riff from "I Love You" is taken from "Mr. Brown", a Bob Marley track with some the lyrics coming from Marley's "Duppy Conqueror". Sonic has freely admitted this when confronted.

Track Listing:

  1. Big City (Remix)
  2. Drive (Remix)


Losing Touch With Your Mind [unofficial album]

LPDLM-12781-91
CDDLM-12781-91

Not an "official" release from the band, but is widely available in the U.S. and abroad. Insert contains the full discography taken from the first issue of Outer Limits magazine.

Track Listing:

  1. Honey (Alternative Mix) Summer 1988 3:01
  2. Walkin' With Jesus (Alternative Mix) Spring 1987 5:16
  3. Repeater (Alternative Mix) Summer 1988 8:25
  4. X-Tacy Symphomy (Alternative Mix) Spring 1987 3:21
  5. Transparent Radiation (Alternative Mix) Spring 1987 6:45
  6. Losing Touch With My Mind (Northhampton Demo) Spring 1986 5:17
  7. Suicide (Heavy Drum Mix) Summer 1988 10:24
  8. Things'll Never Be the Same (Drum Mix) Spring 1987 5:29
  9. Why Couldn't I See (Alternative Mix) Summer 1989 6:30


Walkin' With Jesus/Transparent Radiation [unofficial album]

CDAn Oblivious Participant ProductionDecember 1993

The first two 12" singles/EPs reissued on one CD. Rumored to be a limited edition of 2000 copies.

Track Listing:

  1. Walkin' With Jesus (Sound Of Confusion) 5:50
  2. Rollercoaster 17:07
  3. Feel So Good 4:54
  4. Transparent Radiation (single version) 4:04
  5. Ecstacy Symphony (extended single version) 9:19
  6. Transparent Radiation 7:28
  7. Things'll Never Be The Same 6:09
  8. Starship 11:25


Taking Drugs To Make Music To Take Drugs To [album]

CDBOMP! RecordsBCD 4047October 1994
CDSpace AgeOrbit 023CDMay 2000

CD reissue of the Father Yod bootleg with extra tracks and a new cover.

Track Listing:

  1. Sound Of Confusion 5:52 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  2. 2:35 3:48 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  3. Losing Touch With My Mind 5:14 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  4. Amen 4:53 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  5. That's Just Fine (vocal version) 7:35 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  6. Come Down Easy 5:57 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  7. Mary Anne 4:17 Also appears on the Father Yod LP
  8. Feel So Good 5:03
  9. 2:35 (feedback version) 3:50
  10. Hey Man 4:48
  11. It's Alright 7:39 Recorded during a 1987 rehearsal
  12. 2:35 3:38 Recorded during a 1987 rehearsal
  13. Things'll Never Be The Same (live version) 6:40
  14. Transparent Radiation (organ version) only appears on the Space Age release

Personnel:

Sonic Boom (Pete Kember):
Guitar, vocals, feedback
Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals
Pete Bassman (Pete Bain):
Bass guitar
Natty Brooker:
Percussion
Rosco:
Drums on tracks 11-13 only


Take Me To The Other Side (Demo) [unofficial single]

7"Moroccan Mayhem RecordsMM002April 1995

Track Listing:

  1. Take Me To The Other Side (Demo) Originally appeared on Munster Dance Hall Favourites Volume 1.
  2. Set Me Free (Spectrum version)** A Spectrum track which originally aired as part of a BBC Radio Session on July 27, 1992.
  3. I Love You Remix*** Originally from the Big City white label promo.


For All The Fucked Up Children Of This World We Give You Spacemen 3 [album]

LP/CDSympathy For The Record IndustryApril 1995

The Spacemen's very first demo recordings from 1984. Most songs appear here in radically different forms than how they were eventually released. Initially released under the "Quiver At Dawn Entertainment" moniker.

Track Listing:

  1. Things'll Never Be The Same 4:53
  2. 2:35 2:57
  3. Walkin' With Jesus 4:03
  4. Fixin' To Die 8:06
  5. T.V. Catastrophe 7:18
  6. Things'll Never Be The Same* 4:40 alternate mix
  7. Walkin' With Jesus 4:03 alternate mix

Personnel:

Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals, tambourine, harmonica
Mainliner (Sonic Boom a.k.a. Pete Kember):
Guitar, feedback, slide guitar, harmonies
Gnatty (Natty Brooker):
Drums, cymbals, harmonies


Spacemen Are Go! - Live In Europe 1989 [album]

CDBOMP! RecordsBCD 4044April 1995
CDSpace Age RecordingsORBIT 002 CDAugust 1995

A live album taken from the 1989 tour of Germany. The BOMP version is called Spacemen Are Go! while the Space Age version is called Live In Europe 1989.

Track Listing:

  1. Rollercoaster 5:46
  2. Mary Anne 4:07
  3. Bo Diddley Jam 2:40
  4. 2:35 3:36
  5. Walking With Jesus 4:33
  6. I Believe It 4:11
  7. Lord Can You Hear Me? 3:25
  8. Things'll Never Be The Same 5:37
  9. Starship 3:51
  10. Revolution 6:39
  11. Suicide 15:48
  12. Take Me To The Other Side 5:00 only included on the Space Age release
  13. Suicide (version 2) 7:30 only included on the Space Age release

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Guitar, vocals, keyboard
Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals
Willie Carruthers:
Bass guitar
Jon Mattock:
Percussion


Revolution Or Heroin [unofficial album]

CDFierce RecordsFright 063May 1995

A live album recorded in 1986 at the Mean Fiddler in London.

Track Listing:

  1. Sound Of Confusion 5:15
  2. Take Me To The Other Side 4:30
  3. Rollercoaster 8:02
  4. Things'll Never Be The Same 6:25
  5. Starship/Revolution 11:35
  6. Suicide 8:11

Personnel:

Sonic Boom:
Guitar, vocals, keyboard
Jason Pierce:
Guitar, vocals
Pete Bassman:
Bass guitar
Rosco:
Drums


Come Down Easy [unofficial single]

7"May 1995

Limited edition of 500. Pressed on clear vinyl.

Track Listing:

  1. Come Down Easy (Demo)
  2. Transparent Radiation (Demo)

A number of different covers are reported to exist for this.


Translucent Flashbacks - The Singles [album]

2 x 12"Fire RecordsFLIP DLP003 (2xLP)July 1995
CDFire RecordsJuly 1995
CDTaang! RecordsTAANG!96September 1995

The first three Glass singles (more or less) released together.

Track Listing:

  1. Walkin' With Jesus (Sound Of Confusion)
  2. Rollercoaster
  3. Feel So Good
  4. Transparent Radiation
  5. Ecstasy Symphony
  6. Transparent Radiation (flashback)
  7. Things'll Never Be The Same Only appears on the Taang CD
  8. Starship
  9. Take Me To The Other Side
  10. Soul 1
  11. That's Just Fine

Double 12" track listing:

Side One:

  1. Rollercoaster
  2. Feel So Good

Side Two:

  1. Walkin' With Jesus
  2. Things'll Never be the Same
  3. Starship

Side Three:

  1. Transparent Radiation
  2. Ecstacy Symphony
  3. Transparent Radiation (Flashback)

Side Four:

  1. Take Me to the Other Side
  2. Soul 1
  3. That's Just Fine


All Fucked Up [unofficial album]

CD???SCRIPT 1November 2002

A live album recorded on 11 January, 1988 at the Rose Club in Koln, Germany.

Track Listing:

  1. Come Together 5:05
  2. Rollercoaster 4:41
  3. Take Me To The Other Side 4:43
  4. Things'll Never Be The Same 6:24
  5. Starship/Revolution 10:33
  6. Little Doll 5:17
  7. O.D. Catastrophe 5:14
  8. Come Together 4:16


Other Stuff:

2:35
LP Glass GLALP 019
Demo version on Glass compilation LP 50,000 Glass Fans Can't Be Wrong. Early copies were pressed on clear vinyl.

Transparent Radiation/Honey
LP Forced Exposure FE 017
Both songs are demo versions. Free limited 7" to subscribers of Forced Exposure magazine.

When Tomorrow Hits/Revolution
[no label or catalog number]
This 7" bootleg of German origin has a recording of Mudhoney's cover of "Revolution" as its B side.

Revolution
Music video.
Aired once on MTV as 120 Minutes' "Cutting Edge Pick Of The Week." Mostly a video of the band lip-syncing the song with random overlays and video effects. Also was available on an NME comp. entitled "Carry On Disarming"

Hypnotized
Music video.
Borrows band footage from the Revolution video, and overlays some underwater scenes on top of it. Was available on a BEECHWOOD comp. entitled "Indie Top 20 Take 3"

Big City
Music video.


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