Promo release (by Warner Bros?) for the Lolla festival (PRO-CD-5500).
Produced by Robin
Guthrie (Cocteau Twins).
Sleeve by Vaughan
Oliver and Juergen
Teller. The run-out grooves read «Law of 2» / (*drawing of arrow
through heart*). A. R. Kane was signed briefly by One Little Indian
before releasing this EP. They went on to sign to Rough Trade.
Initial quantaties of CAD 703 included a three-way folding inner
sleeve, while later copies had a regular inner sleeve with an insert.
Sleeve by 23
Grierson, Danger Video and Arthur Parker. VAD703 is a video. All
the songs are the same as the other formats, except that the version
of «Fish» is different. CAD703D is a limited edition of 10000 with
some extra artwork. CAD703X is a deluxe limited edition wooden box
(100 of them exists) containing all the different editions of Lonely
Is An Eyesore and some additional prints. About the box: 30 were
released for sale (200 pounds each directly from 4AD), 70 were given
away to the bands, distibutors of 4AD material and others. The prints
were rather expensive, bringing the cost of production of the box up
to 500 pounds. There are two prints, one 15x20 cm (etching) by Jinny
m'Garrity, where small details differ from box to box. The other is
larger, 100x200cm (by Terry Dowling), printed on rice paper. The
prints were wrapped in a sealed plastic-like paper. «Hot Doggie»
samples from the films «Lifeforce» («Here I go», «be with me» &
«Close your eyes, I love you»), «Evil Dead» («You will die, lover
boy» & «one by one» + the chainsaw), «The Last Starfighter» («Soon
the frontier will be down etc») and «2000 Maniacs» («Let's hear some
music» & «We've got us some goods»).
Released in Canada as DJV156.
Limited to 4000 copies and released in Europe by Play It Again Sam
(170.9999.24). Numbered CD in a digipak was also released by Virgin
in France (35177).
Numbered released from France.
Promo release in a clear plastic sleeve.
Released by Megadisk in Holland, MD5292.
Produced by Peter Walsh.
Mixed by Peter Walsh.
Sleeve by Vaughan
Bigg and Kevin
Westenberg. Featuring Peter Walsh, Rocky Holman, Christopher Berry, Ian
Kearey, Vivian Kubrick, Laurence O'Keefe
(Levitation), Hossam Ramzy, Terry Bickers (House Of
Love), Lol Coxhill, Dave Morgan, Peter Astor (The Weather
Prophets), Sue Dench, Peter Lale, Martin McCarrick
(Siouxie and the Banshees) and Audrey Riley. Heidi Berry
released two albums on Creation Records prior to this album. «Up In
The Air» written by Bob
Mould (Hüsker Dü). «Cradle» cowritten by Laurence O'Keefe
Cassette released by Warn.
Cassette released by Warren Defever.
Promo released in the US.
6004 (flyer) (1996)
Coproduced by Pete
Bartlett. Engineered by Giles Hall and Liam Molloy. Recorded at Protocol Studios,
Apache, Cambridge, MA and BJG Studios, London. Mastered by Bob
Ludwig. Sleeve by v23,
Ichiro Kono and Andrew Catlin. Write to
Lush information service, 3 Alveston Place, Leamington Spa, CV32 4SN.
Recorded May to August 1995. Mixed by Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie. The LP
was released on clear vinyl. The run-out grooves read «Browning in a
sea of Britpop» «No, I've never seen a blind man's buff». «Last
Night» mixed by Steve
Released in Japan with a 3" 6-track cdsingle that includes all the
extra tracks from the «Single Girl» EPs.
Promo release. «Last Night» mixed by Steve Osborne.
BAD610 (1986): AD610, Sigh's Smell Of Farewell
BAD610CD (1986): BAD610, AD610, Orange Appled
Sleeve by 23
Envelope and Nigel
Grierson. BAD610CD released in the US on 12" (88561-8141-1), CD
(88561-8141-2) and cassette.
CAD 7009 is a limited, white vinyl release. CAD P 7009 CD is a promo
release. Coproduced by Wally
Gagel and Gary Smith.
Mixed by Paul Q.
Kolderie and Sean
Slade. Featuring Dean
Fisher, Wally Gagel,
Rich Gilbert, Stacy
Williams, Bilken Mancini, Walter Halvorson, Br. Cleve, David Lovering (Pixies), David Narcizo (Throwing Muses), Chris Toppin
and Brian Clague. Recorded at Fort Apache,
cambridge, MA and Longview Farm, North Brookfield, MA. Sleeve by
Chris Bigg and Andrew Catlin. «Acrobat»
cowritten by Dean Fisher.
Released by Play It Again Sam in Benelux (170.7008.20). The second CD
includes all the B-sides from the «Pretty Deep» singles.