Bucket Of Sleet (cassette)

bucket_sleetRed Zoo
Red Zoo 4:30
Did I? 4:02
Bass – Derek Taylor (6) Drums – Nigel Fitzpatrick Guitar – Nick Robinson Producer – Kevin Bacon Vocals – Elaine MacLeod. Recorded at Fairview Studios, Hull on 16-track equipment in January 1981.

Past 7 Days, The
That Feeling 2:40
Scene Of The Crime 3:26
1,000,000 Murders 3:01
Bass, Vocals – Max* Drums – Colin Gaynor Guitar – John Hanlon (3) Producer – Past 7 Days, The* Synthesizer, Saxophone – Trevor Dooley. Recorded in The Past 7 Days’ rehearsal room (cellar) on dates between April and August 1980. Equipment 2 Shure microphones, and one AKAI 4000DS Stereo tape recorder. No mixing.

Mark Mywords
Devil’s Pantry / This Chameleon 3:56
Producer, Accompanied By – Meninbrackets, The Producer, Vocals – Mark Mywords. Recorded in The Past 7 Days’ rehearsal room, January 1981. Recorded ‘live’ using various microphones, one AKAI 4000DS stereo recorder, and a Sony 6 channel mixer.

Process, The
No More  4:10
State Of Affairs 4:43
Bass, Vocals – Alan Walton Drums – Gary Trigg Guitar – Brian Bentley (3) Producer – Input Studios Synthesizer, Saxophone – Kent Roach. Recorded at Input Studios, Eldon St., Sheffield on 4 track equipment, in February 1981.

New Model Soldier
Air Of Resentment / Foster Kenzie 4:22
Bass – Paul Middleton (5) Guitar, Melodica – Paul Fern Producer – Ken Patton Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Bob Edey Vocals, Melodica, Percussion – Dave Kurley. Recorded on 8 track equipment, at Ken Patton’s studio, Handsworth Park Cres., Sheffield, January 1981.

Shutter Clutter compilation LP

shutter_clutter1990. A Mighty Sheffield Records compilation. This was a soundtrack album for a photo-art exhibition by Steve Stevlor.

A – Stinging Jellyfish – Cupid Is Dead / The Gallery – My Ruin / Media Premonition – Acid Casualty / Loony Tunes – The Lost Revolution / Rise – Blue Murder / Poisonous Little Creatures – Entryhead

B – The Warhols – Candytown / World Hum – Selling The Cocaine Life / The Gallery – Time / 736.9 – Jung / Rise – Shutter Clutter / The Big Pants – The Toilet Is Your Only Friend


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