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Modern Dance cover The Modern Dance
(Jan 1978)

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.

Fire Records FIRECD360 cd.
  Aug 21 2015. 2015 Master.
Fire Records FIRELP360 vinyl.
  Aug 21 2015. 2015 Master.

Also included on the Elitism For The People box set.
Jon Savage, Sounds, 2/11/78
Uh-oh, this is getting frustrating, trying to tell you how good this is - black and white is an inadequate substitute for the impact heard... This is a brilliant debut. Granted it lacks the superficial accessibility of lesser works, but this time around the aroma lingers. This is built to last! Ubu's world is rarely comfortable, full of the space beyond the electric light and what it does to people, but always direct and unwavering. And courageous.

Ian Birch, Melody Maker, 3/18/78
It's a devastating debut...this album has struck me with a vengeance. Because it delivers such a powerful, complex and open-ended punch, it's almost impossible at such an early stage to explain why or how in full detail.

David Stubbs, Uncut, August 2006 - 5 Stars
This is a far more cerebral, imperishable proposition than a mere local cry of urban discontent. The Eraserhead-style sad-clown personna of singer David Thomas, Tom Herman's nerve-shredding slide guitars and Ravenstine's abstract electronics combine to form a rock music as visceral and essential as The Stooges, yet which reaches parts of the brain untouched by their peers, predecessors or successors... An album that's only gotten more awesome with age.
Songs:
  1. Non-alignment Pact (3:19)
  2. Modern Dance (3:30)
  3. Laughing (4:37)
  4. Street Waves (3:06)
  5. Chinese Radiation (3:29)
  6. Life Stinks (1:53)
  7. Real World (4:00)
  8. Over My Head (3:51)
  9. Sentimental Journey (6:08)
  10. Humor Me (2:44)
Links and Background:
LyricsFAQThe Annotated Modern DanceDigital transfer and remastering explained

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.
Assistant engineers: Paul Hamann and Mike Bishop.
Recorded at Cleveland Recording and Suma (Painesville OH), 1976-1977.
Original artwork designed by S.W. Taylor from an idea by David Thomas.
Photo by Mik Mellen.
Reissue package designed by John Thompson.

2015 Master: The analog 1/4" 2-track mix tape from 1977 was digitally transferred by Paul Hamann at Suma at a 192khz / 24 bit resolution. Those files were mastered by Brian Pyle and Pete Norman cut the lacquers for vinyl at Finyl Tweek, London, on a Neumann VMS80 lathe. David Thomas prepared the download audio files from the 192khz / 24 bit masters. CD audio was produced by processing an analog signal run through the Sumex Brown Box converter, designed and built by Ken Hamann.

2005 Master: Digitally transfered at 96khz / 24 bit resolution and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma on August 16 2005. Cds from this master can be identified by the words "2005 Master" on the back tray card.
NB. A pressing plant error meant that old artwork was used to package the one pressing run of the 2005 Master. In these cases there's a sticker on the front identifying it as the 2005 Master and the cd label is black and white with an Avant Garage logo.

5.1 Master: This DualDisc release features a mix in 5.1 surround sound by Chris Haynes, Silverline Studios, Los Angeles CA, June 15-17 2005, from digital transfers of the original 2" multitrack tapes. The DualDisc format is a two-sided DVD. One side is the 5.1 surround sound remix of the album, a 30 minute interview with David Thomas, and a 2005 master of the 2-track master mix tape from 1977 at 96 khz / 24 bit resolution. The other side is a cd audio format of the 2005 master at 44 khz / 16 bit resolution, which is playable on standard audio cd players. Silverline Records are distirbuted by Essential Music UK.
David Thomas, who attended the surround sound remix session by Chris Haynes, reports: "This is the way we heard The Modern Dance in the studio... no, it's better than that, it's the way we heard it when we were playing it. The detailing is fantastic. The space reveals everything while still retaining the album's intensity and original intention. And the best thing is, if you want to hear something louder or quieter you just move your head a foot. Everything is there!"

1994 Master: Digital transfer at 44.1 khz / 20 bit resolution and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma in 1994.

Nonalignment Pact and Modern Dance Recorded January 1977 at Cleveland Recording and engineered by Ken Hamann. Modern Dance is a remix of the Hearpen 45 side.

Street Waves Recorded and mixed October 1976 at Cleveland Recording engineered by Ken Hamann. It is a remix of the Hearpen 45 side.

Laughing, Chinese Radiation, Life Stinks, Real World, Over My Head, Sentimental Journey and Humor Me Recorded and mixed November 1977 at Suma, engineered by Ken Hamann.

Songs written by Herman - Krauss - Maimone - Thomas - Ravenstine,
except 'Life Stinks' written by Laughner.
©1978 Fire Songs, under license from Ubu Projex in USA/Canada.
©1978 Virgin Music-BMG VM Music Ltd in Rest of World.

Pere Ubu (v.3.0):
David Thomas - vocals, musette, percussion
Tom Herman - guitar, backing vocals
Allen Ravenstine - EML 101 & 200 analog synthesizers, sax, tapes
Tony Maimone - bass, piano, backing vocals
Scott Krauss - drums
  • Release History
  • Blank Records 001 (US) Jan 1978 vinyl lp.
  • Phonogram Records 9100 052 (UK) Apr 1978 vinyl lp.
  • Mercury Records 6338 874 (Int'l) Apr 1978 vinyl lp.
  • Rough Trade Records
    • (New Zealand) Rough Trade Gap RTGAP 1004 1980 vinyl lp (Gap Records).
    • (UK) Rough 22 Jan 1981 vinyl lp.
    • (US) Rough US 7 Mar 1981 vinyl lp.
    • (Italy) GILP 22 vinyl lp.
  • Fontana Records SFLP3/SFCD3/SFMC3 (UK) 1987 lp cd mc.
  • Get Back Records
    • (Italy) GET 54 4/99 vinyl lp (180g).
    • (Italy) GET 90054 2004 red-vinyl lp (140g) "lo-cost" logo on sleeve.
  • Cooking Vinyl Cook CD 141 (UK/Rest of World) Jun 1998 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Cooking Vinyl Cook CD 141 (UK) Jul 2008 cd.
  • Geffen Records (US) Jun 1998 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Bomba Records BOM812 (Japan) 6/28/98 cd. 1994 Master.
  • RTI Records CKV 2114 2 (Italy) cd. 1994 Master.
  • Silverline Records 284402-2 (UK) 7/31/6. DualDisc DVD. 5.1 Master.

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Dub Housing cover Dub Housing
(November 17 1978)

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.

Fire Records FIRECD362 cd.
  Aug 21 2015. 2015 Master.
Fire Records FIRELP362 vinyl.
  Aug 21 2015. 2015 Master.

Also included on the Elitism For The People box set.
Jon Savage, Melody Maker, 11/4/78
A week is a month and you could be forgiven for thinking that the times would catch up with Pere Ubu (and overtake them) as they do so many others... Here, on their second album, Pere Ubu outflank and transcend these pressures. Not gratuitously but through the breadth and consistency of their vision. (I think I like it.) At very first, "Dub Housing" appears harsh, impenetrable and repellent... it seems to be working on some hidden internal logic, from some parallel (and disquieting) universe. On subsequent listens, the "logic," if indeed the tapping of the subconscious and intuition can be called "logic," becomes clearer; the album remains baffling, infuriating, haunting, menacing and ferociously funny... As in "The Modern Dance," they stomp all over "rock n roll's" accepted language and then create, with fire and discipline, one of their own...This album will last.

New Musical Express
Considered in a reasonably recent rock stream, it [Dub Housing] is more aggressively "symphonic" than Henry Cow (deep), but more sympathetically alienated or alienating than The Sex Pistols (shallow). Conventional avant garde music can sometimes be too wrapped up in educated guesswork. Pere Ubu play within terms of a possible resolution, but not into one. People are annoyed by Ubu's accessibility. Or ashamed!

Artrocker, December 2008
Ancient modernism... A telescope into the future. And we're still not there, thirty years later.
Songs:
  1. Navvy (2:43)
  2. On The Surface (2:40)
  3. Dub Housing (3:40)
  4. Caligari's Mirror (3:48)
  5. Thriller! (4:35)
  6. I Will Wait (1:46)
  7. Drinking Wine Spodyody (2:44)
  8. Ubu Dance Party (4:47)
  9. Blow Daddy-o (3:38)
  10. Codex (4:56)
Links and Background:
LyricsDigital transfer and remastering explained

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.
Engineered by Ken Hamann.
Recorded and mixed at Suma in 1978 on July 31, Aug 1, Aug 7-10, Aug 28-31, Sep 4-7, Sep 14-15, Sep 17-20, and Sep 22 and 24.
Portions of 'Thriller!' were recorded at the Discohome, Bellfield Rd, Cleveland Hts, OH.

Original lp mastered at Air Studios, London.
Original artwork designed by John Thompson.
Photos by Mik Mellen.
Reissue package designed by John Thompson.

2015 Master: The analog 1/4" 2-track mix tape from 1978 was digitally transferred by Paul Hamann at Suma at a 192khz / 24 bit resolution. Those files were mastered by Brian Pyle and with them Pete Norman cut the lacquers for vinyl at Finyl Tweek, London, on a Neumann VMS80 lathe. David Thomas prepared the download audio files from the 192khz / 24 bit masters. CD audio was produced by processing an analog signal run through the Sumex Brown Box converter, designed and built by Ken Hamann.

2008 Master: Digital Transfer at 192 khz / 24 bit resolution and mastered by Paul Hamann at Suma in 2008. Cds from this Master are identified with the words "2008 Master" on the tray card in the lower left.

1994 Master: Digital transfer at 44.1 khz / 20 bit resolution and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma in 1994.

Songs written by Herman - Krauss - Maimone - Thomas - Ravenstine.
©1978 Fire Songs, under license from Ubu Projex in USA/Canada.
©1978 Virgin Music-BMG VM Music Ltd in Rest of World.

Pere Ubu (v.3.2):
David Thomas - vocals, Ace-Tone organ, percussion, musette
Tom Herman - guitar, bass, backing vocals
Tony Maimone - bass, guitar, piano, organ, backing vocals
Allen Ravenstine - EML 101 & 200 analog synthesizers, sax
Scott Krauss - drums, organ, percussion

  • Release History
  • Chrysalis Records
    • (UK) CHR 1207 Nov 1978 vinyl lp mc.
    • (US) CHR 1207 April 1979 vinyl lp.
    • (France) Chrysalis/Phonogram 6307 646 vinyl lp.
  • Rough Trade Records
    • (NL) Rough Benelux RB1 1985 vinyl lp.
    • (UK) Rough CD 6002 1989 cd.
    • (US) Rough US 14 1989 cd.
  • Base Record (Italy) vinyl lp.
  • Bomba Records BOM816 (Japan) 12/20/98 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 170 (UK) Mar 1999 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Thirsty Ear Records thi 57069.2 (US) 6/22/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • RTI Records CKV 2153 2 (Italy) cd. 1994 Master.
  • Get Back Records
    • (Italy) GET 58 4/99 vinyl lp (180g).
    • (Italy) GET 90058 2004 red-vinyl lp (140g) "lo-cost" logo on sleeve.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD170 11/17/08 cd. 2008 Master.

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New Picnic Time cover New Picnic Time
(Sept. 1979)

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.

Fire Records FIRECD363 cd.
  Mar 18 2016 (UK), Apr 29 2016 (ROW). 2015 Master.

(Fire Records FIRELP363 lp - as part of Architecture Of Language box set)
Dave McCullough, Sounds, 9/15/79
It's a drunken, wanton, wilful sounding album with a spine as elastic and as totally absorbing as Beefheart...exhilarating, funny, somehow very vital music.

John Orme, Melody Maker, 9/8/79
They don't ask to be loved, but they do invite it. Whichever, they are open to instant embrace or rejection. Their music doesn't float on calm waters: it submerges, spurts, takes rapids, often half-drowns on its back...Having fallen in a big way for the last Ubu album, I approached "New Picnic Time" with much suspicion... Ubu have developed a wider maturity in scope, feeling and atmosphere, and I can only praise them for it. Don't forget to laugh.

Scott Laurence, Herald-American, 7/5/99
Weird. Weird and wonderful. Weird, wonderful and so far beyond the expected that these deconstructions of popular music are as charmingly retro as the Beatles and as modern as today's blendings of funk, hip-hop and alt-rock. Revolutionary and demented yet full of fun, Pere Ubu are indispensible to any collection of 20th century rock.
Songs:
  1. The Fabulous Sequel (3:07)
  2. 49 Guitars And One Girl (2:52)
  3. A Small Dark Cloud (5:49)
  4. Small Was Fast (3:39)
  5. All the Dogs Are Barking (3:02)
  6. One Less Worry (3:46)
  7. Make Hay (4:02)
  8. Goodbye (5:18)
  9. Voice Of The Sand (1:28)
  10. Kingdom Come (2:52)
Links and Background:
LyricsDigital transfer and remastering explained

Produced by Pere Ubu and Ken Hamann.

Engineered by Ken and Paul Hamann.
Recorded and mixed May 21-30 and June 4-28 1979 at Suma. Original lp mastered at Sterling Sound, New York City, under the supervision of Ken Hamann & Scott Krauss.

Artwork designed by John Thompson.
Photos by Mik Mellen.

2016 Master: The analog 1/4" 2-track mix tape from 1979 was digitally transferred by Paul Hamann at Suma at a 192khz / 24 bit resolution. Those files were mastered by Brian Pyle and with them Pete Norman cut the lacquers for vinyl at Finyl Tweek, London, on a Neumann VMS80 lathe. David Thomas prepared the download audio files from the 192khz / 24 bit masters. CD audio was produced by processing an analog signal run through the Sumex Brown Box converter, designed and built by Ken Hamann.

1994 Master: Digitally transferred and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma in 1994.

Songs written by Herman - Krauss - Maimone - Thomas - Ravenstine.
©1979 Fire Songs under license from Ubu Projex for North America, and Virgin Music-BMG VM Music Ltd. for Rest Of World. The words to 'Voice of The Sand' are taken from a poem by Vachel Lindsay.

Pere Ubu (v.3.2):
David Thomas - vocals, wood flute
Tom Herman - guitar, bass, pan gong, backing vocals
Allen Ravenstine - EML 101 and 200 analog synthesizers, piano, dice
Tony Maimone - bass, guitar, piano, organ, backing vocals
Scott Krauss - drums, percussion

  • Release History
  • Chrysalis Records
    • (UK) CHR 1248 Sep 1979 vinyl lp.
    • (Germany) Chrysalis/Phonogram 6307 678 vinyl lp.
  • Rough Trade Records
    • (NL) Rough Benelux RB2 1985 vinyl lp.
    • (UK) Rough CD 6003 1989 cd.
    • (US) Rough CD US 20 cd.
  • Get Back Records
    • (Italy) GET 59 4/99 vinyl lp (180g).
    • (Italy) GET 90059 2004 red-vinyl lp (140g) "lo-cost" logo on sleeve.
  • RTI Records CKV 2154 2 (Italy) cd.
  • Bomba BOM817 (Japan) 12/20/98 cd.
  • Thirsty Ear Records thi 57070.2 (US) 6/22/99 cd.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD171 3/22/99 cd. (1994 Master)

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Art of Walking cover The Art Of Walking
(June 1980)

Produced by Pere Ubu and Paul Hamann.

Fire Records FIRECD364 cd.
  Mar 18 2016 (UK), Apr 29 2016 (ROW). 2015 Master.

(Fire Records FIRELP364 lp - as part of Architecture Of Language box set)
Chris Cutler, Melody Maker, 1980
Ubu are moving even further from the conventions of rock music - and from their own past - but still moving forward, without a doubt, and losing none of their integrity as a group. Much of the music operates like a loose-bound net, where apparently hardly connected parts can co-exist, somehow still adding up at the end to an irreducible whole... this is a record of unique beauty - a beauty marked by truth and thus also tragic and sometimes painful.

Ian Penman, New Musical Express, 8/30/80
It is obvious that (the history of) Pere Ubu should not be thought of in terms of a linear development - reducing its entire operation and presence to an exclusive concern for 'working and succeeding in rock and roll. Unfortunately, most criticism - of Pere Ubu, of many other folks - assumes that words have one meaning, that desires point in a single direction, that ideas are logical; it ignores the fact that the world of language, noise and desire is one of lack, insecurity, interruption, struggle, blundering, disguises, ploys, embarrassed grins.

Dave McCullough, Sounds, 8/30/80
So, things being as they are, we're supposed to keep our eyes firmly closed (lest they reveal the relative dirgeness of all else) when a record as exciting and as funnily subversive as 'The Art of Walking' comes around... If [it] is difficult then I'm much much cleverer than I thought, and every other 'successful' music I've heard this year in comparison must be roughly equivalent to sticking your thumb in your mouth and sucking long and hard... The only way [it] isn't a record full of much excitement, fun and compelling interest is if you don't want it to be so.
Songs:
  1. Go (2:56)
  2. Rhapsody In Pink (3:35)
  3. Arabia (5:00)
  4. Young Miles In The Basement (3:00)
  5. Misery Goats (2:38)
  6. Loop (3:15)
  7. Rounder (3:25)
  8. Birdies (2:27)
  9. Lost In Art (5:12)
  10. Horses (2:36)
  11. Crush This Horn (3:02)
Links and Background:
Bug ReportLyricsPress releaseDigital transfer and remastering explained

Produced by Pere Ubu and Paul Hamann.

Engineered by Paul Hamann.
Recorded and mixed January 1980 at Suma.
1980 release mastered at Masterdisk.
Artwork by John Thompson.
Photos by Mik Mellen.
Reissue package designed by John Thompson.

2016 Master: The analog 1/4" 2-track mix tape from 1982 was digitally transferred by Paul Hamann at Suma at a 192khz / 24 bit resolution. Those files were mastered by Brian Pyle and with them Pete Norman cut the lacquers for vinyl at Finyl Tweek, London, on a Neumann VMS80 lathe. David Thomas prepared the download audio files from the 192khz / 24 bit masters. CD audio was produced by processing the masters with the Izotope Advanced Sample Rate Conversion and MBIT+ dithering.

2008 Master, Director's Cut: Digitally transferred at 192khz / 24 bit resolution and mastered by Paul Hamann at Suma in 2008. Cds from this Master are identified with the words "2008 Master" on the tray card in the lower left. Includes bonus tracks of 'Misery Goats (Jew's Harp),' 'Arabian Nights' and 'Tribute To Miles.'

1994 Master: Digitally transferred at 44.1 khz / 20 bit resolution and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma in 1994.

This is the most fluid record in Ubu history. The Director's Cut contains all the variants as extras. For the whole byzantine story click here.

Songs written by Krauss - Maimone - Ravenstine - Thomas - Thompson, except 'Horses' written by Thompson. ©1980 Fire Songs under license from Ubu Projex for North America, except 'Horses' which is Music-Language (BMI), and Virgin Music-BMG VM Music Ltd. for Rest Of World, except 'Horses,' which is Music-Language (BMI).

Pere Ubu (v.4.0):
David Thomas - vocals, Vox Continental Baroque organ, drums ('Lost In Art')
Mayo Thompson - guitar, piano, backing vocals, lead vocal: 'Loop' and 'Horses'
Allen Ravenstine - EML 101 and 200 analog synthesizers
Tony Maimone - bass, piano, organ
Scott Krauss - drums, horn, piano, drum machine

  • Release History
  • Rough Trade Records
    • (UK) Rough 14 June and August 1980 vinyl lp.
    • (US) Rough US 4 1980 vinyl lp.
    • (Italy) Base Records Rough 14 Y5 1980 vinyl lp.
    • (Japan) Rough Trade / Japan Records RTL-4 1981 vinyl lp.
    • (France)Rough Trade/Barclay Records 200171 vinyl lp mc.
    • (UK) Rough CD 14 1989 cd.
    • (US) Rough US 4 1989 cd.
  • Bomba Records BOM818 (Japan) 5/26/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 157 (UK) 11/1/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Thirsty Ear Records THI 57079.2 (US) 11/16/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • S4 Records 496674 2 (Italy) cd. 1994 Master.
  • Get Back Records
    • (Italy) GET 81 2001 vinyl lp (180g).
    • (Italy) GET 90081 ??/?? red-vinyl lp (140g) "lo-cost" logo on sleeve.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD157 (UK) 3/2010 cd. 2008 Master.

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Song of the Bailing Man cover Song Of The Bailing Man
(April 1982)

Produced by Adam Kidron.

Fire Records FIRECD365 cd.
  Mar 18 2016 (UK), Apr 29 2016 (ROW). 2015 Master.

(Fire Records FIRELP365 lp - as part of Architecture Of Language box set)
David Fricke, Melody Maker(?)
'Song of the Bailing Man' is an inspired, invigorating, confounding, disturbing... yeah, one hell of a swinging way to go. Still the futility Ubu must have felt making far sighted music in a chronically near-sighted world is pressed hard into these grooves.

Time Out
A brilliant band breaking every rule of aesthetics... and sounding all the more exciting for it.

Alternative Press, 4/00, pp.95-6
Continues the downbeat trend, with even its more rocking tracks...suffused with melancholy confusion....This disc is an essential purchase, but they're definitely not dancefloor or party fodder.

The Wire, 4/00, p.63
Swathed in layers of reverb-as-sugarcoating and [drummer, Anton] Fier's backbeats ensure that every song here moves several bpm faster than anything else in [their] catalog....easily Ubu's most accessible material.
Songs:
  1. The Long Walk Home (2:34)
  2. Use Of A Dog (3:17)
  3. Petrified (2:16)
  4. Stormy Weather (3:20)
  5. West Side Story (2:46)
  6. Thoughts That Go By Steam (3:47)
  7. Big Ed's Used Farms (2:24)
  8. The Vulgar Boatman Bird (2:49)
  9. A Day Such As This
  10. My Hat (1:19)
  11. Horns Are A Dilemma (4:21)
Links and Background:
LyricsPress releaseDigital transfer and remastering explained

Produced by Adam Kidron.
Engineered by Paul Hamann.
Recorded and mixed in August and December 1981, and January 1982 at Suma. Trumpet overdubs recorded in London.
Mastered by Nimbus as a 45rpm vinyl lp March 1982.

Artwork designed by David Thomas.
Photos by Mik Mellen.
Reissue artwork designed by John Thompson, idrome.

2008 Master: Digitally transferred at 192khz / 24 bit resolution and mastered by Paul Hamann at Suma in 2008. Cds from this Master are identified with the words "2008 Master" on the tray card.

1994 Master: Digitally transferred at 44.1 khz / 20 bit resolution and mastered by David Thomas and Paul Hamann at Suma in 1994.

Songs written by Fier - Maimone - Ravenstine - Thomas - Thompson.
©1982 Fire Songs under license from Ubu Projex for North America and Fire Songs under license from Ubu Projex / Complete Music for Rest Of World.

Pere Ubu (v.4.1):
David Thomas - vocals
Mayo Thompson - guitar
Allen Ravenstine - EML 101 & 200 analog synthesizers
Tony Maimone - bass
Anton Fier - drums, piano, marimba, percussion
Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton played trumpet.

  • Release History
  • Rough Trade Records
    • (UK) Rough 33 1982 vinyl lp.
    • (US) Rough US 21 June 1982 vinyl lp.
    • (UK) Rough CD 33 1989 cd.
    • (US) Rough US 21 1989 cd.
  • Bomba Records BOM819 (Japan) 5/26/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Thirsty Ear Records THI 57080.2 (US) 11/16/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD 158 (UK) 11/1/99 cd. 1994 Master.
  • S4 Records 496675 2 (Italy) cd. 1994 Master.
  • Get Back Records GET 90 (Italy) 2002 vinyl lp (180g).
  • Cooking Vinyl COOK CD158 March 2010 cd. 2008 Master.

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