29 April 2010

MERCY RULE Providence 1994

Mercy Rule played in Memphis in 95 or 96 where I caught their show at Barristers. They were always full of energy live and for some reason that night, Jon was really thrashing and at the end of the show began to bash the stage floor in with the mic stand. He then of course reimbursed the bar for the broken floor. And I still have my Mercy Rule t-shirt.



1 Tell Tomorrow 5:01
2 Down 3:24
3 Hey Now 4:03
4 Providence 3:30
5 Stumble 4:08
6 White Knuckles 3:54
7 Bye Bye 3:31
8 Uncle Allen 3:04
9 C'mon 6:14
10 Which Road 6:48

27 April 2010

JOHN MALKOVICH Being John Malkovich CD single

Promo only CD single #'d 32 out of 2000 copies.

1. Malkovich Masterpiece Remix

OLEANDER February Son 1999

OFRA HAZA Desert Wind 1989

Sadly, Ofra Haza died of AIDs related illness organ failure in February 2000. She was only 42.

XC-NN 1994

22 April 2010

MUSLIMGAUZE Mullah Said 1998

KILL SYBIL self titled 1993

By request


1 Deep Sleep 3:37
2 Dumb 4:31
3 Broken Back 3:27
4 Lucky 4:32
5 Die Tomorrow 5:50
6 Lemons 3:19
7 Dead 4:55
8 Something To Tell 4:29
9 Kevin 1:22
10 Olympia 3:58
11 Dream 3:44
12 Best 4:04

THE HEART THROBS Cleopatra Grip 1990


1 Tossed Away 3:56
2 Dreamtime 3:54
3 Big Commotion (Remix) 5:04
4 In Vain 4:30
5 Slip & Slide 3:20
6 Here I Hide 4:32
7 Calavera 6:02
8 I Wonder Why 3:31
9 She's In A Trance 3:45
10 Blood From A Stone (Remix) 3:25
11 Kiss Me When I'm Starving 4:35
12 White Laughter 5:15

POPINJAYS Vote Elvis 1991

Reupped December 2012

15 April 2010

JUDGMENT NIGHT Soundtrack 1993



1 Helmet (2) & House Of Pain Just Another Victim 4:21
2 Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul Fallin' 4:25
3 Living Colour & Run D.M.C.* Me, Myself & My Microphone 3:08
4 Biohazard & Onyx Judgment Night 4:35
5 Slayer & Ice-T Disorder 4:57
6 Faith No More & Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. Another Body Murdered 4:22
7 Sonic Youth & Cypress Hill I Love You Mary Jane 3:49
8 Mudhoney & Sir Mix-A-Lot Freak Momma 3:57
9 Dinosaur Jr* & Del The Funky Homosapien* Missing Link 3:44
10 Therapy? & Fatal* Come And Die 4:22
11 Pearl Jam & Cypress Hill Real Thing 3:31

360s Illuminated 1991

Boston band that sounds better than Hole in my opinion. Saw them play here, great show even though no one knew who they were. Haven't heard this in years and was glad to get another copy of it. Hope you like it too.



1 Deadpan Superstar 3:46
2 Texas 2:44
3 Illuminated 3:20
4 Death Defies Me 2:25
5 Garden Of Departure 3:32
6 It 2:32
7 Put That Behind Me 2:15
8 What We Are 2:38
9 Saved 3:27
10 Heroine 3:39

14 April 2010

GOD AND TEXAS Criminal Element 1993



1 Incoming 2:19
2 Bury Magnets 3:28
3 D2 2:58
4 Cold Bringer 5:08
5 Chromalox 5:20
6 Breach 3:56
7 Drive Time 4:11
8 In The Blast Furnace 3:37
9 Flat Black Wide 4:42
10 Cruel And Unusual 5:46

THEE SHATNERS Planet Pimp Records Presents...Thee Shatners 1994

Great surf music!


1 Green Blooded Love 1:24
2 He's Dead Jim 2:23
3 Warp Drive 1:50
4 Klingon Boarding Party 1:43
5 Mr. Sulu 1:39
6 Damn Your F*@!ng World 1:08
7 Beam Big Daddy, Beam 2:34
8 Uhuru 1:30
9 Romulan Attack 0:57
10 Kirock (I Am) 1:25
11 Surf Beat 1:50
12 Stronger Than Kirk 2:10
13 Mystery Track 23:31

DOWNLOAD Furnace 1995

EAST RIVER PIPE Shining Hours In A Can 1994

7 YEAR BITCH Viva Zapata 1994

I have added the song "Miss Understood" from the Man's Ruin Miss Understood release as the first track.

Reupped November 2012

13 April 2010

SEASON TO RISK Men Are Monkeys Robots Win 1998



1 Introit
2 Gameover
3 Underself
4 Over Then Out
5 Sombunall
6 Kinch
7 Quatro
8 Broken Arm
9 Across The Drink
10 Losing Hand
11 531
12 The Room
13 Sada
14-22 (no audio)
23 Bonus Track

10 April 2010

CRANES Wings of Joy 1998


EP 1993

II 1996

WEEN Pure Guava 1992

DIED PRETTY Doughboy Hollow 1992


Artist Biography by

At a time when Australian rock meant pub rock and every other band sounded like Cold Chisel, Died Pretty were something of an anomaly. Influenced more by the Velvet Underground, the Stooges, and the Doors than they were by early Icehouse, Died Pretty spent most of the '80s and '90s struggling for recognition and finding it only in Europe. Diminutive singer Ron Peno channeled Iggy Pop and Jim Morrison in equal measure, whirling dangerously while on-stage. After his band the 31st broke up, he formed Died Pretty with keyboardist Frank Brunetti, guitarist Brett Myers, and a series of bass players and drummers including Radio Birdman's Rob Younger. Finally they settled on bass player Jonathan Lickliter and drummer Colin Barwick, both of whom had been members of Brisbane band the End along with Myers.

Free Dirt
While playing around Sydney venues like the Trade Union Club they were spotted by John Needham, founder of the indie label Citadel Records, who offered to manage them and release some of their songs. After several singles and the EP Next to Nothing, all of which made the local alternative charts, the rhythm section changed once again. Mark Lock (formerly of the Phantom Agents) and Chris Welsh (who had played drums with Peno in his old band the 31st) joined them for the recording of their first album, Free Dirt, which was released in 1986. A European tour followed, and they signed to British label Beggars Banquet for their overseas distribution. As a result, their second album, 1988's Lost, made it into the Italian charts. In Australia, the album was released on Blue Mosque, a collaboration between Citadel Records and major label Festival.
Doughboy Hollow
Frank Brunetti and then Mark Lock left the band during the period of intense overseas touring that followed Lost's release and were replaced by John Hoey and Steve Clark on keyboard and drums respectively. While in Los Angeles, they recorded 1990s Every Brilliant Day. It was their fourth album, Doughboy Hollow, recorded back in Sydney, that finally gave them the popularity in Australia that they had enjoyed in Europe. After years of only making the alternative charts they entered the Top 20 of the mainstream album sales charts and were nominated for an ARIA award for best independent album (as well as best independent album cover ). Unfortunately, their label had failed to press enough copies of the album and there were also problems with overseas distribution, preventing it from being the runaway success for them it could have been. Died Pretty signed to Sony soon after the Doughboy Hollow fiasco.
Robert Warren became the band's new bass player for their two albums with Sony, 1993's Trace and 1995's Sold. Both albums did well by their standards but not by Sony's. A senior figure at Sony had also been disappointed by the band during a live showcase, and they were dropped from the label's roster in 1996 and returned to Citadel Records. The two albums from this period would be the last of their career. These albums, Using My Gills as a Road Map and Everyday Dream, marked a move away from rocky post-punk and towards Kraftwerk-style electronica. After a best-of collection released in 1999, Out of the Unknown, the band broke up. In 2008 Died Pretty reunited to perform their most popular album, Doughboy Hollow, in its entirety as part of All Tomorrow's Parties' Don't Look Back series of concerts to coincide with its re-release.


1 Doused 4:10
2 D.C. 4:33
3 Sweetheart 4:13
4 Godbless 3:31
5 Satisfied 6:04
6 Stop Myself 3:34
7 Battle Of Stanmore 2:19
8 The Love Song 5:00
9 Disaster 3:54
10 Out In The Rain 4:21
11 Turn Your Head 5:19