May Music

Music I’ve bought in May.

After restraining my music buying impulses for a very, very long time (a month or two?), I broke down in May and went on several shopping sprees.

In particular, I’ve been buying Joe Jackson live albums and singles and stuff. I grew up with Beat Crazy, that wild and weird new wave album, because one of my older sisters had it, but I haven’t really explored the “misc.” stuff he released in this period, and the live albums are surprisingly amazing. New versions of all the songs I love.

I mean.

And then… more more more stuff. *sigh*

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New Music

Music I’ve bought this month.

My plan to cut down on buying new music to give me more of a chance to actually listen to what I’m buying is showing results! Plot twist: I haven’t listened to any of these albums — I’m still trying to catch up with the stuff I’ve bought earlier.


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4AD 1999

Listen to 4AD 1999 on Spotify.

This is the end!

Not of 4AD, but this blog series, and more importantly, an era: Ivo Watts-Russell sold 4AD to Beggars Banquet.

So what did he do as the final year as the label boss?

Release a buttload of Gus Gus things, and a smattering of “best of” and collections and the like. We get a “best of” from His Name Is Alive and Red House Painters; we get the first two Dif Juz EPs finally collected (in original form); and we get a double album’s worth of Birthday Party live in 1981-82.

There isn’t much new non-Gustian music this year, but Brendan Perry finally releases his long-threatened solo album. He played most of this material live at the Thirteen Year Itch festival in 1993, and then waited all this time to release the album. I felt that the concert was great and I couldn’t wait to get the album, but the songs felt a lot… duller? when they finally arrived. Did he torture them to death in the studio?

So it’s not the most auspicious way to go out, but… It’s not as bad as 1997. But… what a ride it’s been! From the humble post-punk beginnings in 1980, to the imperial years 1982-1990 when everything 4AD released was vital to have. It’s a legacy that hasn’t been touched by any other record label or record label boss. It’s a magnificent achievement to have nursed these handfuls of unique and idiosyncratic bands to artistic success.

Let’s all give him, Vaughan Oliver and the rest of the 4AD staff a hand! It’s been thrilling to listen to this music again in context, and gaze at those lovely covers again.

Watts-Russell hasn’t produced any music after ending his 4AD stint, I think.

4AD would lumber on for several years as a Beggars Banquet imprint, releasing things at a pretty lethargic rate. A few of the acts with a history at 4AD would continue their association with the label (Kristin Hersh and The Breeders in particular), but it’s my understanding that at the time, 4AD didn’t have a separate staff, so it wasn’t really… “a thing”. It was just whatever Beggars Group had that they thought they could sell better under that label than under any other of their dozens of imprints.

About a decade later, Beggars decided that having all these imprints made no sense, so they downsized to one name only, and they chose the name that had most brand recognition: 4AD.

So these days, there’s a gazillion 4AD things being released. Some of them are great, some are OK, some are awful: It’s just like a normal label is supposed to be. Nobody can be a “4AD fan” any more, and that’s probably for the best.

A certain somebody (I won’t name any names because they might very well regret it) over on the 4AD Posters group has threatened to continue this Spotify playlist series with the post-Ivo years, and I think that might be interesting, so I hope that happens. I’ll be listening.


 BAD CD9001
Gus Gus — Ladyshave

Ladyshave, Ladyshave (Roy’s Lady Soul Mix), Ladyshave (Old Skool Lego Mix)

 BAD D CD9001
Gus Gus — Ladyshave

Ladyshave, Ladyshave (Fully Bearded Mix), Ladyshave (Gigi Galaxy Mix)

 CAD CD9002
His Name Is Alive — Always Stay Sweet

Are You Coming Down This Weekend?, Her Eyes Were Huge Things, E-Nicolle, If July, How Ghosts Affect Relationships, Chances Are We Are Mad, As We Could Ever, Are We Still Married?, Why People Disappear, Blue Moon, Cornfield, Home Is In Your Head, Underwater, We Hold The Land In Great Esteem, Last One, Sitting Still Moving Still Staring Out, The Sand That Holds The Lakes In Place, In Every Ford, Baby Fish Mouth, The Dirt Eaters, Man On The Silver Mountain

Cuba — Black Island

Black Island (instrumental), White Shadow

 BAD CD9004
Gus Gus — Starlovers

Starlovers (edit), Starlovers (Red Snapper Mix), Starlovers (Freddy Fresh Main Mix)

 BAD D CD9004
Gus Gus — Starlovers

Starlovers (edit), Starlovers (House of 909 Mix)*, Starlovers (Megatron Man Got Together 97 Mix)*

 GAD CD109/116
Dif Juz — Soundpool

Hu, Re, Mi, Cs, Gunet, Heset, Diselt, Soarn, No Motion

The Hope Blister — Underarms

Sweet Medicine, Friday Afternoon, Iota, Dagger Strings, White on White, Sweet Medicine 2, Happiness Strings

 CAD CD9005
The Birthday Party — Live 1981-82

Junkyard (live), A Dead Song (live), The Dim Locator (live), Zoo Music Girl (live), Nick The Stripper (live), Blast Off (live), Release The Bats (live), Bully Bones (live), King Ink (live), Pleasure Heads Must Burn (live), Big Jesus Trash Can (live), Dead Joe (live), The Friend Catcher (live), Six Inch Gold Blade (live), Hamlet (live), She’s Hit (live), Funhouse (live)

 CAD D9006
Gus Gus — This Is Normal

Ladyshave, Teenage Sensation, Starlovers, Superhuman, Very Important People, Bambi, Snoozer, Blue Mug, Acid Milk, Love vs Hate, Dominique

Kristin Hersh — Echo

Echo, Pennyroyal Tea, Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey

 CAD CD9008
Kristin Hersh — Sky Motel

Echo, White Trash Moon, Fog, Costa Rica, A Cleaner Light, San Francisco, Cathedral Heat, Husk, Caffeine, Spring, Clay Feet, Faith, (Outro)

Lakuna — So Happy

So Happy*, So Happy (Thunderball Mix)*

 GAD 9010 CD
Lakuna — Castle of Crime

Lemongrass, Vega, The Veil, On The Floor, St. Paul’s Piano, So Happy, Planet No. 3, The Very Next Day

 DAD CD9011
Red House Painters — Retrospective

Shock Me, Grace Cathedral Park, Katy Song, Summer Dress, New Jersey, Medicine Bottle, Michael, San Geronimo, Bubble, Mistress, Drop, Evil, Rollercoaster, Funhouse (demo), Waterkill (demo), Uncle Joe (demo), Helicopter (demo), Brown Eyes (4 track demo), Dragonflies, Japanese to English (live), Shock Me (live on KCRW), Over My Head (4 track demo), Brockwell Park (4 track demo), Shadows, Mistress (live on KCRW), Summer Dress (live on KCRW), Instrumental

Cuba — Leap of Faith

Cross the Line, Devil’s Rock, Black Island, King of Kelty, Starshiney, Peak Flow, Winter Hill, Havana, Hail Mary, Urban Light, Foxy’s Den, Fiery Cross

Brendan Perry — Eye of the Hunter

6909e508 150 20435 45392 73139 89029 112056 130091 156059 2535, Saturday’s Child, Voyage of Bran, Medusa, Sloth, I Must Have Been Blind, The Captive Heart, Death Will Be My Bride, Archangel

Cuba — Black Island

Black Island, Black Island (Agent Sumo Mix), Black Island (Groove Armada’s Desert Island Disc Mix)

Cuba — Black Island

Black Island, Black Island (Isla Negra), Black Island (Groove Armada’s Desert Island Disc)

 BAD CD9017
Gus Gus — VIP

VIP (Radio Edit), VIP (Masters At Work Vocal Mix), VIP (Francois K Vocal Edit)

 BAD D CD9017
Gus Gus — VIP

VIP (Radio Edit), VIP (Heller and Farley Fire Island Dub)*, VIP (Ron Trent Remix)*

Lakuna — Lemongrass

Lemongrass, Lemongrass (Schizoid Man remix)*, The Very Next Day, The Very Next Day (Grantby remix)*

 BAD CD9019
Cuba — Starshine

Starshine (edit), White Shadow, Starshine (Rae & Christian Remix)

This post is part of the chronological look at all 4AD releases, year by year.

*) Missing from Spotify.

4AD 1998

Listen to 4AD 1998 on Spotify.

I asked last week whether 4AD would even release anything good again, and here we are in 1998 and the answer is…


There’s Kristin Hersh’ new album, and His Name Is Alive make a comeback of sorts with Ft. Lake. And then, uh, and then… uh…

Well, there’s two new bands signed: Cuba and Thievery Corporation, both fitting very snugly into the then-popular genre (with the long-winded name) What All Bars And Cafés Will Be Playing For The Next Two Decades Lounge Music.

Not my cup of Bovril, but I feel like I hear these songs weekly in bars still, and it’s not an unpleasant experience.

But what should have been the major news of the year kinda fizzled. 4AD label boss Ivo Watts-Russell was behind some of the most important releases in the label’s history: The three This Mortal Coil albums. This year he returned with his new project, The Hope Blister, and… the world shrugged.

And 4AD made another effort at making Gus Gus a thing by releasing, yet again, Polyesterday as a single. It didn’t work.

1998 may not have been a very exciting year musically, and design wise everything except the His Name Is Alive releases (where v23 embraces computer-based design effectively for perhaps the first time) is totally meh. But at least it’s a better year than 1997.

Let’s see next week whether 1997 remains the low point in 4AD’s history.

This is exciting! I can’t remember myself.

(The Murder, Misery and Goodnight mini album by Kristin Hersh isn’t on


 TAD CD8001
Various — Anakin

His Name Is Alive / Ain’t No Lie, Mojave 3 / To Whom Should I Write, scheer / Say What You Came To Say, Lisa Germano / Reptile, Starry Smooth Hound / Dreamt You In A Dream, Gus Gus / Blue Mug (Demo Version), Thievery Corporation / The Foundation, The Hope Blister / Dagger, Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke / Sacrifice, Kristin Hersh / Gazebo Tree, Cuba / Havana

 BAD CD8002
Gus Gus — Polyesterday

Polyesterday (Radio Edit), Polyesterday (Shot In The Leg Vox Mix by Carl Craig), Polyesterday (Bix & Ottar mix), Purple (Midnight in Reykjavik Edit Sacha,
The Light & Naughty Mix)

 BAD D CD8002
Gus Gus — Polyesterday

Polyesterday (Radio Edit), Polyesterday (Amon Tobin mix), Gun (Schizoid Man Mix), Why (DJ Vadim mix)

 CAD 8003 CD
Kristin Hersh — Strange Angels

Home, Like You, Aching for You, Cold Water Coming, Some Catch Flies, Stained, Shake, Hope, Pale, Baseball Field, Heaven, Gazebo Tree, Gut Pageant, Rock Candy Brains, Cartoons

Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke — Duality

Shadow Magnet, Tempest, Forest Vale, The Comforter, Unfolding, Pilgrimage Of Children, Human Game, Circulation Of Shadows, Sacrifice, Nadir (Syncronicity)

 TAD 8005 CD
Kristin Hersh — Like You

Like You, Shake (live to tape), Your Ghost (live to tape)

Thievery Corporation — Sounds From A Thievery Hi-Fi

A Warning (dub), 2001 Spilff Odyssey, Shaolin Satellite, Vivid, Universal Highness, Imcident At Gate 7, Manha, The Glass Bead Game, The Foundation, Interlude, The Oscillator, So Vast The Sky, 38:45 (a thievery number), Walking Through Babylon

Thievery Corporation — 38:45

The Hope Blister — …smile’s ok

Dagger, Only Human, Outer Skin, Sweet Unknown, Let The Happiness In, Is Jesus Your Pal, Spider and I, Hanky Panky Nohow

His Name Is Alive — Fort Lake

Don’t Glue The World, Everything Takes Forever, The Waitress, No Hiding Place Down Her, Can’t Always Be Loved, Wish I Had A Wishing Ring, Red Haired Girl, Spirit Needs A Spirit Tool, Up Your Legs Forever (rerecorded), How It’s Gotta Be, Always Turn Me On, Rock `n’ Roll Girl From Rock `n’ Roll City, Last American Blues

Cuba — Urban Light

Urban Light (7:00 pm)*, Urban Light (12:00 am)*

Mojave 3 — Who Do You Love?

Who Do You Love?, This Road I’m Travelling, Between Us, Who Do You Love? (demo)

Cuba — Cross The Line

Lisa Germano — Slide

Way Below the Radio, No Color Here, Tomorrowing, Electrified, Slide, If I Think Of Love, Crash, Wood Floors, Turning Into Betty, Guillotine, Reptile

 BAD CD8015
His Name Is Alive — Can’t Always Be Loved

Can’t Always Be Loved (radio), Wishing Ring (full length version)

His Name Is Alive — Can’t Always Be Loved

Can’t Always Be Loved (radio)*, Can’t Wait (4-track)*, Wishing Ring (First One)*

 BAD CD8016
Mojave 3 — Some Kinda Angel

Thievery Corporation — Lebanese Blonde

Mojave 3 — Out Of Tune

Who Do You Love, Give What You Take, Some Kinda Angel, All Your Tears, Yer Feet, Caught Beneath The Heel, Keep It All Hid, Baby’s Coming Home, To Whom Should I Write

 DAD CD8014
Throwing Muses — In A Doghouse

Finished, Reel, Snail Head, Cry Baby Cry, Call Me, Green, Hate My Way, Vicky’s Box, Rabbits Dying, America (She Can’t Say No), Fear, Stand Up (remix), Soul Soldier, Delicate Cutters, Call Me (demo), Sinkhole (demo), Green (demo), Hate My Way (demo), Vicky’s Box (demo), America (She Can’t Say No) (demo), Fear (demo), Raise the Roses (demo), And A She-Wolf After The War (demo), Fish (demo), Catch, Lizzie Sage, Clear and Great, Doghouse, People

Kristin Hersh — Murder, Misery and then Goodnight

Cuba — Havana

This post is part of the chronological look at all 4AD releases, year by year.

*) Missing from Spotify.

4AD 1997

Listen to 4AD 1997 on Spotify.

Listening to 4AD in 1997 is obviously listening to a label shutting down. There are no new artists, but instead there’s the first of many pilferings to come of one of 4AD’s most commercially successful bands of the 90s, Pixies.

And there’s a concerted effort to make Tanya Donelly’s solo career take off after disbanding Belly, but otherwise the label is spinning its wheels: I don’t think there’s any album they released this year that I’ve found myself listening to over the last 20 years. Not even the album by previously reliable act His Name Is Alive, or the Tarnation album, and I loved their first album.

So this is, once again, the worst year in 4AD history.


What happened? Four years earlier, it seemed like everything was coming up roses. 4AD had the triumphant week-long retrospective/showcase Thirteen Year Itch in London; The Breeders and Belly were topping college label charts in the US; they had a US office; they had a deal with Warners…

Oh right. They had a deal with Warners that meant that Warners would pony up huge bucks in advances for records that 4AD recorded. But that also meant that Warners could, in effect, stop 4AD from signing bands, and could also make 4AD drop “unprofitable” acts.

Spending had gotten out of hands during the Warner years, but 4AD just didn’t have any really popular acts any more, so something had to be done.

Label boss Ivo Watts-Russell had previosly dumped bands that he didn’t want to work with any more, but for the first time, he had to tell people like Heidi Berry, who he liked working with and who was making brilliant music, that she had to leave.

No wonder he wanted to get out of the business, which he would do for good in a couple of years.

I can’t remember whether there are any further things released by 4AD that are worth coming back for in this blog series. Isn’t that exciting?

We’ve got two more years to go, though, so I guess we’ll see.


Tarnation — There’s Someone

There’s Someone, I Didn’t Mean It*

Tarnation — You’ll Understand

Your Thoughts And Mine, You’ll Understand, The Sad Things Behind*, Land That Time Lost*

 BAD CD7002
Gus Gus — Believe

Believe, Oh, Cold Breath ’79 (Craze), Ghetto Belief

 BAD D CD7002
Gus Gus — Believe

Believe (16B Remix)*, Believe (LFO Remix)*, Believe, Believe (Biggomix)*, Believe (Premix)*

Michael Brook — Albino Alligator

Arrival, Doggie Dog, Slow Town, Preparation, Miscalculation, Aftermath, Tunnel, Albo Gator, The Promise, The City, The Kicker, Exit, Ill Wind (You’re Blowing Me No Good)

Tarnation — Mirador

An Awful Shade of Blue, Wait, A Place Where I Know, Is She Lonesome Now, Your Thoughts And Mine, Christine, Destiny, There’s Someone, Like a Ghost, Idly, Little Black Egg, You’ll Understand

 DAD CD7005
Gus Gus — Polydistortion

Oh (edit), Gun, Believe, Polyesterday, Barry, Cold Breath ’79, Why?, Remembrance, Is Jesus Your Pal?, Purple

 BAD CD7006
Scheer — Demon

Demon (Mike “Spike” Drake), Obsession, (Green Room) Sex Kitten

Tanya Donelly — Pretty Deep

Pretty Deep, Vanilla (Wally Gagel)*

 BAD 7007 CD
Tanya Donelly — Pretty Deep

Pretty Deep, Spaghetti, Morna

 BAD D CD7007
Tanya Donelly — Pretty Deep

Pretty Deep, These Days, Influenza

Tanya Donelly — Lovesongs for Underdogs

Pretty Deep, Bright Lights, Land Speed Song, Mysteries of the Unexplained, Lantern, Acrobat, Breath Around You, Bum, Clipped, Goat Girl, Manna, Swoon

 JAD 7009 CD
His Name Is Alive — Nice Day

Nice Day, Drive Around the Clock, Crashed Up on the Corner, Soul Resides in the Horse Barn, Whale You Ease My Mind, Oh Sinner Man

Pixies — Debaser

Debaser (demo), Number Thirteen Baby (demo)

 BAD CD7010
Pixies — Debaser

Debaser (remix), Bone Machine (VPRO), Gigantic (VPRO), Isla de Encanta (VPRO)

 BAD D CD7010
Pixies — Debaser

Debaser (live), Cactus (live), Nimrod’s Son (live), Holiday Song (live)

 DAD 7011 CD
Pixies — Death To The Pixies

Cecilia Ann, Planet of Sound, Tame, Here Comes your Man, Debaser, Dig for Fire, Wave of Mutilation, Caribou, The Holiday Song, Nimrod’s Son, U-Mass, Bone Machine, Gigantic (ep), Where is my Mind?, Velouria, Gouge Away, Monkey Gone to Heaven

 BAD CD7012
Tanya Donelly — The Bright Light

The Bright Light, Bury My Heart, How Can You Sleep

 BAD D CD7012
Tanya Donelly — The Bright Light

The Bright Light, Life on Sirius, Moon Over Boston

This post is part of the chronological look at all 4AD releases, year by year.

*) Missing from Spotify.

New Music

Music I’ve bought this month.

Last month I declared that I was going to cut back radically on how much music I’m buying (because I can’t listen to all this stuff), so this month I’m down to… er… thirtyseven releases…

OK, quite a bit of that was albums trickling in that I’d ordered earlier, so hopefully next month will have less music.

Surprise of the month was the new Sleaford Mods album!

They’ve, like, developed! The songs have melodies and stuff now! Whodathunk!

Old album of the month:

I See The Sign by Sam Amidon.

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