Nurse With Wound|
Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella (1979, United Dairies)
|1||Two Mock Projections|
|2||The Six Buttons Of Sex Appeal|
|3||Blank Capsules Of Embroidered Cellophane|
Originally issued in a vinyl edition of 500 (UD 01); the title is a quote taken from the novel Maldoror written by Isidore Ducasse (aka le Comte de Lautréamont). Reissued on cassette in 1986 (UDT 01) and on CD (UD01CD) in 1990. A special 20th anniversary edition was released on CD in 2001 (UDCD 001) adding the extra track Strain, Crack, Break. Included in the 1990 box set Psilotripitaka along with To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl, Merzbild Schwet, and The Ladies Home Tickler (in both vinyl and CD versions). Also released by Cause And Effect in a 3-cassette set with To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl and Merzbild Schwet in the early 90s.
To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl (1980, United Dairies)
|2||She Alone Hole and Open|
Features contributions from French avant-garde musician Jacques Berroçal. Originally issued in a vinyl ediiton of 500 (UD 03). Reissued on cassette in 1986 (UDT 03) and on CD in 1990 (UD03CD). Included in the 1990 box set Psilotripitaka along with Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella, Merzbild Schwet, and The Ladies Home Tickler (in both vinyl and CD versions). Also released by Cause And Effect in a 3-cassette set with Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella and Merzbild Schwet in the early 90s.
Merzbild Schwet (1980, United Dairies)
Originally issued in a vinyl edition of 500 (UD 04). The title is a reference to the work of the brilliant Dada-era artist/performer Kurt Schwitters. Reissued on cassette in 1986 (UDT 04) and on CD (UD04CD) in 1990. Included in the 1990 box set Psilotripitaka along with Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella, To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl, and The Ladies Home Tickler (in both vinyl and CD versions). Also released by Cause And Effect in a 3-cassette set with Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella and To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl in the early 90s.
Insect And Individual Silenced (1981, United Dairies)
|1||Alvin's Funeral (The Milk Was Delivered In Black Bottles)|
|2||Absent Old Queen Underfoot|
|3||Mutilés De Guerre|
Features contribtuions from J. G. Thirlwell (Foetus). Originally released in a vinyl edition of 1000 copies (UD 08). Reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 08), but in a drastically remixed form. His strong aversion to the record prompted Steven to destroy the master tapes sometime during the 80s, but this attempt to condemn it to a permanent limbo (outside of crappy bootleg copies, at least) was reversed in the early 2000s when Kevin Spencer (of Robot Records) created an elaborately restored digital version from an original vinyl copy; the results were issued in 2006 as UD08CD.
The 150 Murderous Passions, Or Those Belonging To The Fourth Class, Composing The 28 Days Of February Spent In Hearing The Narrations Of Madame Desgranges, Interspersed Amongst Which Are The Scandalous Doings At The Château That Month (1981, United Dairies/Come Org)
A collaboration with Whitehouse; the title is taken from the final section of The 120 Days of Sodom written by the Marquis de Sade. Originally released in a vinyl edition of 1000. Reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 06), but in a drastically remixed form. Issued on CD in 1994 by United Dairies (UD09CD) in a very different remixed form. The original versions were eventually given a CD reissue on the collection Anthology 1 - The Come Organisation Archives 1979-1981.
Homotopy To Marie (1982, United Dairies)
|1||I Cannot Feel You As The Dogs Are Laughing And I Am Blind|
|2||Homotopy to Marie|
|3||The Schmürz (Unsullied By Suckling)|
|4||The Tumultuous Upsurge (Of Lasting Hatred)|
Originally issued in a vinyl edition of 5000 copies (UD 013). Reissued on cassette in 1986 (UDT 013), and on CD in 1992 (UD013CD) with the usual minor alterations to content and the additional track Astral Dustbin Dirge (edited from the original release due to the duration constraints of vinyl).
Ostranenie 1913 (1983, Third Mind)
Originally a 12" vinyl release with remixed and expanded versions of both tracks (taken from To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl (UD 03, 1980) and Merzbild Schwet (UD 04, 1980), respectively); features contributions from Jacques Berroçal, David Tibet and sometime S.P.K. member Sinan Leong. The title is a Russian literary term used to describe the investment of commonplace objects or situations with a sense of strangeness. Reissued as part of the UD cassette series in 1986 (UDT 05). This version Dada X was issued on CD in 1997 as part of the A Missing Sense CD compilation (UD042CD).
The Burial Of The Sardine (1983, LAYLAH)
|1||No Hiding From the Blackbird (by Current 93)|
|2||The Burial Of The Sardine|
A split 7" release with Current 93 included with the first pressing of that band's album Nature Unveiled. The title of the Nurse track is taken from a surrealist novel by Fernando Arrabal (who had been inspired by the painting of the same name by Francisco de Goya). Reissued by Harbinger Records in 1990 with the Nurse track remixed and retitled The Burial of the Stoned Sardine. The original version was added to the CD release of Current 93's Nature Unveiled in 1992.
Gyllensköld Geijerstam And I At Rydbergs (1983, LAYLAH)
|1||Several Odd Moments Prior To Lunch|
|2||Phenomenon Of Aquarium And Bearded Lady|
Originally a 12" vinyl release. Features contributions from David Tibet. The title is a reference to Swedish authors Vilhelm Carlheim-Gyllensköld, Gustaf af Geijerstam and Viktor Rydberg (all contemporaries of August Strindberg), and is taken from Strindberg's book From an Occult Diary. Issued by United Dairies on cassette in combination with Brained By Falling Masonry in 1986 (UDT 016). Issued by LAYLAH on CD and vinyl -- also in combination with Brained By Falling Masonry -- in 1989 under the title Gyllensköld/Brained, but with both albums in a modified form and with an incorrect track listing on the CD. Reissued on CD (once again combined with Brained, along with additional material) in yet another version by United Dairies in 1993 under the title Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven
Brained By Falling Masonry (1984, LAYLAH)
|1||Brained by Falling Masonry (with J. G. Thirlwell, Diana Rogerson and Roman Jugg, Brainticket cover)|
|2||A Short Dip in the Glory Hole (with Laura Calland)|
Originally a 12" vinyl release. Features contributions from David Tibet, J. G. Thirlwell, Diana Rogerson, Laura Calland and Roman Jugg. Issued by United Dairies on cassette in combination with Gyllensköld Geijerstam And I At Rydbergs in 1986 (UDT 016). Issued by LAYLAH on CD and vinyl -- also in combination with Gyllensköld Geijerstam And I At Rydbergs -- in 1989 under the title Gyllensköld/Brained, but with both albums in a modified form and with an incorrect track listing on the CD. Reissued on CD (once again combined with Gyllensköld, as well as some additional material) in yet another version by United Dairies in 1993 under the title Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven(Gyllensköld/Mawsookedorwranj/Brained) (UD038CD).
Mi-Mort (1985, Mi-Mort)
|1||Maldoror Est Mort (by Current 93)|
|2||Ooh Baby (Coo Coo)|
|3||Fashioned To A Device Behind A Tree|
|4||I Was No Longer His Dominant (with David Cross)|
|5||A Snake In Your Abdomen|
A cassette-only split release between Current 93 and Nurse With Wound. Reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in (UDT 014). I Was No Longer His Dominant features former King Crimson violinist David Cross reading from Harold Pinter's play The Examination.
Gyllensköld, Geijerstam & Friends: Live at Bar Maldoror (1985, Mi-Mort)
An album assembled from a series of live performances that featured NWW, David Tibet, Diana Rogerson, Ruby Wallis, John Balance, Annie Anxiety, Chris Wallis, D&V and Tim Spy -- the source materials ultimately manipulated and layered by NWW. Reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 027) in a modified form.
The Sylvie And Babs Hi-Fi Companion (1985, LAYLAH)
|1||You Walrus Hurt the One You Love|
|2||Great Balls of Fur|
A massive collaborative project involving contributions from John Orr, Ritva Ross, Robert Haigh (Sema), Christine Glover (Produktion), Tathata (Ruby) Wallis, Mark Monin (Laylah Records), J. G. Thirlwell (Foetus), Edward Ka-Spel (The Legendary Pink Dots), David Kenny, Peter McGee, Ross Cannon (Produktion), David Michael Bunting (David Tibet of Current 93), Jonathan Stone, Paul Hurst (Produktion), Flora McCrindell, Glen Michael (Chris) Wallis, John Fothergill, Mary Dowd, William Bennett (Whitehouse), Paul Donnan, Geoff Cox, Flora Anne Burr, David Elliott, Robbie Sylvester, Sinan Leong (S.P.K., John Murphy (Dogs Blood Order/Krank), Chris Furse, Lisa Donnan, Brian Williams (Lustmord), Tracy Roberts (Lustmord), Graeme Revell (S.P.K.), Laura Calland, Iva Morgan, Marlene, Andrew Cox, Dorothea Bendik, Stephen Holmes, Margaret Evers, Wilf Harris, David Jackman (Organum), Trevor Reidy (The Truth Club), Darren Klingaby, Nikki, Geoff Rushton (John Balance of Coil), Karl Blake (Lemon Kittens/Shock Headed Peters), Harpunkt Fix and Barry McCarus. Whew. Originally a vinyl LP release; reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 012) in a slightly modified form. Reissued on vinyl and CD by LAYLAH in 1988 in a (different) slightly modified form (the original vinyl release can be identified by the DMM logo in the upper left hand corner of the back cover). Reissued by United Dairies on CD (UD072CD) in 1995 in a (yet again different) slightly modified form.
Automating, Volume One (1986, United Dairies)
|2||Stick That Chick And Feel My Steel Through Your Last Meal|
|3||Nana, Or A Thing Of Uncommon Nonsense|
|4||Fashioned To A Device Behind A Tree|
|5||I Was No Longer His Dominant (with David Cross)|
Nurse's first collection of compilation tracks, although with several of the tracks modified from their original form or partially combined. The title is a reference to the book Billy and Betty (1968) by Twiggs Jameson, in which the word is used to denote masturbation. I Was No Longer His Dominant features former King Crimson violinist David Cross reading from Harold Pinter's prose work The Examination. Originally issued as a vinyl LP (UD 019); reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 011). Reissued on LP (UD 053) and CD (UD053CD) in 2001 with the material slightly modified once again, and including the additional track Automating (Again) (from the Born Out of Dreams compilation).
Nylon Coverin' Body Smotherin' (1986, United Dairies)
|1||Nylon Coverin', Body Smotherin' (with J. G. Thirlwell and Roman Jugg)|
|2||The Great In The Small|
|3||A Token Sylvie and Babs Ditty - Chicken In Drag|
|5||Automating (Again) (with Edward Ka-Spel)|
|6||Well, What D'ya Know, Henry?|
A cassette-only collaborative release between Nurse With Wound and Current 93. The title track is a version of Brained By Falling Masonry (itself a cover of Brainticket's track Brainticket. Title of track 6 is a line from the David Lynch film Eraserhead (1977). Reissued in the United Dairies cassette series as UDT 020.
A Missing Sense/Rasa (1986, United Dairies)
|1||A Missing Sense (with David Tibet, Diana Rogerson, Tathata (Ruby) Wallis and Andrew McKenzie)|
|2||Rasa (by Organum)|
A split release between Nurse With Wound and Organum. Originally issued as a vinyl 12" EP (UD 020); reissued in the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 09). The Nurse track was later reissued on the A Missing Sense CD compilation in 1997 along with the tracks Swansong and Dada (Ostranenie 1913 version).
Scrag! (1986, United Dairies)
|1||untitled ('Pleasant Banjo Intro With Irritating Squeak')|
|2||untitled ('Wisecrack' (version)) (with Diana Rogerson)|
|3||untitled ('Scissor Rock Bicycle Revelation' (version))|
|4||untitled ('Aquarium'/'Dirty Fingernails'/'Sugarland' related)|
|5||untitled ('Dream Of A Butterfly Inside The Skull Of A Horse' related)|
|6||untitled ('The Schmürz'/'Brained' extract (also 'It's All Gone Weird'/'Nasal Hair' related))|
|7||untitled ('Sinan Sings For Her Chums' (version)) (with Sinan Leong)|
|8||untitled ('Ritva Sings For The World' (version)) (with Ritva Ross and Diana Rogerson)|
|9||untitled ('It Just Ain't So' (version))|
|10||untitled ('Lady In The Radiator' song) (David Lynch cover, with Diana Rogerson)|
A cassette-only release with no track titles, made up of collected bits and bobs. Features contributions from Diana Rogerson, Ritva Ross and Sinan Leong, and includes a rendition of In Heaven (Lady In The Radiator Song) from David Lynch's film Eraserhead. Listed in the UD tape index as UDT 031, but no number is listed on the actual release.
Spiral Insana (1986, Torso)
|2||Migration To The Head|
|5||This Lady Is For Burning|
|6||Chasing the Carrot|
|8||There's Always Another Illusion|
|9||Stewing The Red Herring|
|11||A View From Lammas Tower|
|13||Fitching A Wrong Sucker|
|14||All That's Left-Over|
|15||Forever Chasing The Carrot|
|16||The Terminal Song|
|17||Ship Of The Dead|
Originally a vinyl LP release; reissued as part of the United Dairies cassette series in 1986 (UDT 022). Features contributions from Robert Haigh (Sema), David Jackman (Organum), Chris Wallis and Peter McGee. Reissued on CD in 1997 (as UD073CD) with the additional tracks Mouring Smile (from Drunk With The Old Man Of The Mountain (UD 025, 1987) and Nihil.
Drunk With The Old Man Of The Mountains (1987, United Dairies)
|2||Swamp Rat (with Barry McCarus)|
|3||Sheela-Na-Gig (with Diana Rogerson)|
|4||Astral Dustbin Dirge|
|5||Shattering Man Falling (with Mo Lester)|
Originally issued in a vinyl LP edition of 100 with handmade photo-treatment covers and inserts. Versions (usually modified to some extent) of all the tracks subsequently appeared on other releases (The Spiral Insana CD (UD73CD, 1997), the Sugar Fish Drink CD (UD036CD, 1992), the A Sucked Orange LP/CD (UD 032/UD032CD, 1989), the Homotopy To Marie CD (UD013CD, 1992) and the Live At Bar Maldoror CD (UD034CD, 1991), respectively). The entire album was eventually reissued on vinyl in 2004 by United Dairies (as UD 110) and on CD in 2005 by United Jnana (1978CD).
Automating Volume Two (1987, United Dairies)
A cassette-only compilation of compilation tracks (UDT 032), featuring different selections from the later vinyl LP and CD releases.
Crank/Wisecrack (1987, Wizewound)
|2||Wisecrack (with Diana Rogerson ('The Terimite Queen'))|
Issued as a vinyl 7". Wisecrack is credited to 'The Terimite Queen', who is Diana Rogerson/Chrystal Belle Scrodd. Different versions of this track have appeared on various Nurse With Wound releases (the Scrag cassette (UDT 031, 1986) and the Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven CD (UD038CD, 1993)), but the original version -- titled Reach For Your Gun -- is from The Inevitable Chrystal Belle Scrodd Record (UD 017, 1985). This version was later included on the Chrystal Belle Scrodd Beastings CD compilation (UD041CD, 1993) and on the 2004 CD reissue of The Inevitable Chrystal Belle Scrodd Record. Crank (alternately spelled as Cranke) was also given a CD issue on the Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven CD (UD038CD, 1993).
United Dairies 1979-87 (cassette box) (1987, United Dairies)
A suitcase with an engraved brass plate containing 32 United Daires cassettes, created in an edition of 50. The tapes included were: Nurse With Wound Chance Meeting (UDT 01), Various Artists Hoisting The Black Flag (UDT 02), Nurse With Wound To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl (UDT 03), Nurse With Wound Merzbild Schwet (UDT 04), Nurse With Wound Ostranenie 1913 (UDT 05), 150 Murderous Passions 150 Murderous Passions (remix) (UDT 06), Guru Guru/Uli Trempte Live '72/Session '74 (UDT 07), Nurse With Wound Insect And Individual Silenced (remix) (UDT 08), Nurse With Wound/Organum A Missing Sense/Rasa (UDT 09), Musique Concret Bringing Up Baby (remix) (UDT 010), Nurse With Wound Automating Volume 1 (UDT 011), Nurse With Wound The Sylvie And Babs Hi-Fi Companion (UDT 012), Nurse With Wound Homotopy To Marie (UDT 013), Nurse With Wound/Current 93 Mi-Mort (UDT 014), Operating Theatre Rapid Eye Movements (UDT 015), Nurse With Wound Brained/Gyllenskold (UDT 016), Diana Rogerson The Inevitable Chrystal Belle Scrodd Record (UDT 017), Various Artists UDT Tape Only Sampler (UDT 018), Chrystal Belle Scrodd Belle De Jour (UDT 019), Nurse With Wound/Current 93 Nylon Coverin' Body Smotherin' (UDT 020), Nihilist Spasm Band 1x-x=x (UDT 021), Nurse With Wound Spiral Insana (UDT 022), Bombay Ducks Dance Music (UDT 023), H.N.A.S. Melchior (UDT 024), Various Artists Devastate To Liberate (UDT 025), Two Daughters Kiss The Cloth (UDT 026), Gyllenskold, Geijerstam And Friends Live At Bar Maldoror (remix) (UDT 027), Various Artists An Afflicted Man's Musica Box (UDT 028), Uli Trempte Phenotype (UDT 029), Various Artists In Fractured Silence (UDT 030), Nurse With Wound Automating Volume 2 (UDT 032) and Asmus Tiechens Formen Letzer Hausmusik (UDT 033).
Nurse With Wound and The Hafler Trio Hit Again! (1987, Staalplaat)
A record created by The Hafler Trio using Nurse With Wound as source material. Originally released on cassette only, it was later reissued on CD in an edition of 1000 under the title The Murray Fontana Orchestra Plays The Hafler Trio with all references to Nurse With Wound removed.
Alas The Madonna Does Not Function (1988, United Dairies)
Issued as a vinyl 12" EP (UD 027). Features contributions from Diana Rogerson, David Tibet, Dik and Tathata (Ruby) Wallis. Track 1 was eventually reissued in 1992 on the CD Sugar Fish Drink (UD036CD, 1992); track 2 was given a new home on the 1997 CD compilation A Missing Sense (UD042CD, 1997), and included in an edited version on the 2005 compilation Livin' Fear Of James Last.
Soliloquy For Lilith (1988, Idle Hole)
Originally issued as a 3 LP box set (Idle Hole MIRROR ONE). This release provided the funds that allowed Steven Stapleton to move his family away from London and out to the countryside in Western Ireland. Reissued as a 2 CD set with new artwork by United Dairies in 1988 (UD035CD); reissued again as a 3 CD box (UD092CD) in 2003, the third disc containing two new mixes of the source material. An identical 3 CD box was later issued by United Jnana in 2005.
Augenblick #5 (1988, Supernatural Organization)
|1||Scrambled Egg Rebellion In The Smegma Department|
|2||Time Stands Still (Current 93)|
Another split 7" between Nurse and Current 93, available with issue #5 of the Japanese magazine Augenblick. The Nurse track later turned up on the 1989 CD A Sucked Orange (UD032).
Faith's Favourites (1988, Yangki)
|1||Ballad Of The Pale Girl (by Current 93)|
|2||Swamp Rat (with Barry McCarus)|
A split vinyl 12" EP between Nurse With Wound and Current 93, released in an edition of 2500. A slightly different version of Swamp Rat was given an earlier release on Drunk With The Old Man Of The Mountains (UD 025, 1987). The track was later issued on CD as part of the Sugar Fish Drink collection (UD036CD, 1992).
Nurse With Wound Presents The Sisters Of Pataphysics (1989, Idle Hole)
|1||Blank Capsules Of Embroidered Cellophane|
|4||The Six Buttons Of Sex Appeal|
|5||She Alone Hole And Open|
Issued as a vinyl LP (Idle Hole MIRROR TWO). A compilation of extracts from Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table OF A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella (UD 01, 1979) (Blank Capsules Of Embroidered Cellophane and The Six Buttons Of Sex Appeal, To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl (UD 03, 1980) (Ostranenie and She Alone Hole And Open) and Merzbild Schwet (UD 04, 1980) (Dada X and Futurismo).
Soliloquy For Lilith, Parts 5 + 6 (1989, Idle Hole)
Single LP release of 200 surplus copies of the third disc from the Soliloquy For Lilith box set (Idle Hole MIRROR ONE/C).
Automating Volume Two (1989, United Dairies)
|1||The Strange Play Of The Mouth (with Laura Ferrari)|
|2||Elderly Man River|
|3||Lonely Poisonous Mushroom|
|4||Human Human Human (with Organum and Larry Wendt)|
Originally issued as a vinyl LP (UD030) with a different track list from the cassette. Lea Tantaaria was derived from the works of "outsider" artist Adolf Wolfi. Reissued on CD in 2002 as UD054CD with the additional track New Dress and with Lea Tantaatia listed as simply Wolfi.
Cooloorta Moon (1989, Idle Hole)
|1||Cooloorta Moon (with Bradford Steer)|
|2||A Piece Of The Sky Is Missing (with David Jackman)|
Issued as a vinyl 12" (Idle Hole MIRROR THREE). The track Cooloorta Moon is built upon an excerpt from the track My Man's Gone Now from the album The Oimels by the Wolfgang Dauner Quintet. Both tracks were later included on the CD compilation Sugar Fish Drink (UD036CD, 1992).
A Sucked Orange (1989, United Dairies)
|1||Pleasant Banjo Intro With Irritating Squeak|
|2||It's All Gone Weird|
|4||Man Is The Animal|
|5||A Precise History Of Industrial Music|
|6||Raymonde Fluffs It|
|7||Musical Bovine Spongiform (The Mad Cow Two-Step)|
|8||I'm A Frayed Knot|
|9||Sinan Sings For Her Chums (with Sinan Leong)|
|10||It Just Ain't So|
|12||Rockette Morton Part One|
|13||Rockette Morton Part Two|
|14||Dogs Breath Rising|
|15||This Piano Can't Think|
|17||Scissor Rock Bicycle Revelation|
|18||Dream Of A Butterfly Inside The Skull Of A Horse|
|19||Raymonde Cries A River|
|21||Ritva Sings For The World (with Ritva Ross)|
|24||It Just Ain't So (Slight Return)|
|25||A Little Missing Part Of 'Homotopy To Marie'|
|26||S.B.B. Dragged Through A Hedge Backwards|
|29||Scrambled Egg Rebellion In The Smegma Department|
A collection of fragments and outtakes, issued as a vinyl LP (UD032) and as NWW's first CD (UD032CD). Great-God-Father-Nieces is a second Adolph Wolfi-derived composition. Rockette Morton makes use of a the looped voice of Captain Beefheart.
Gyllensköld/Brained (1989, LAYLAH)
Released as a vinyl LP and a CD. This album collected the earlier Gyllensköld Geijerstam And I At Rydbergs and Brained By Fallen Masonry EPs, although with both in a modified (and, in the case of Gyllensköld, substantially shortened) form. The track listing given was in fact completely wrong for the CD version: there were only two tracks, with the first one being all of the Brained (#s 3-5 as listed) tracks and the second being all of the Gyllensköld tracks (#s 1-2 as listed).
????! (1989, Yangki)
|1||Fields (performed by Sol Invictus)|
|2|| Death Of The Corn (A True Love Knot For Ajn) (performed by Current 93)|
|3||Lumb's Sister (Part 3) (with Rose McDowall)|
A split release with Sol Invictus and Current 93 issued as a vinyl 12" (Yangki 003). The NWW track is an excerpt from the (as of yet unfinished) Chris Wallis film of the same name.
Lumb's Sister (1990, Cerne)
|1||Lumb's Sister, Part 1|
|2||Lumb's Sister, Part 2|
|3||Lumb's Sister, Part 9|
|4||Lumb's Sister, Part 12|
Issued on vinyl as part of a 3-LP box set in an ediiton of 2000; also included full-length albums by Current 93 and Sol Invictus. The tracks were intended for the soundtrack to the Chris Wallis film of the same name, but most were not included in the completed version of the film.
Psilotripitaka (1990, United Dairies)
|Disc 1 - Chance Meeting On A Dissecting Table Of A Sewing Machine And An Umbrella (UD 01)|
|Disc 2 - To The Quiet Men From A Tiny Girl (UD 03)|
|Disc 3 - Merzbild Schwet (UD 04)|
|Disc 4 - The Ladies Home Tickler (UD 00)|
A box set (UD0123) collecting the first three NWW albums and a previously unreleased EP of material from the same era (The Ladies Home Tickler). Released in vinyl LP and CD editions of 1000, with an additional 25 copies of each packaged in leather "bondage bags".
The Ladies Home Tickler (1990, United Dairies)
Originally released as part of the Psilotripitaka box set (UD0123) but given an individual release CD (UD00CD) in 1993. Both tracks recorded in 1980. Registered Nurse Second Coming features the cut-up/manipulation of routines by comedy duo Mike Nichols and Elaine May.
Sinister Senile (1990, Shock)
|1||Human Human Human (with Organum and Larry Wendt)|
|2||Psychedelic Underground (In memory of Lüüd Noma, Recorded live at the Barn)|
Issued as a vinyl 7" in an edition of 500. Human Human Human is somewhat of a collaboration with Organum (David Jackman) and features a spoken contribution from Larry Wendt. Psychedelic Underground is a reference to the first album by the German band Amon Düül ("Lüüd Noma"), the discovery of which was particularly influential to the creative development of (then) young master Stapleton.
Soresucker (1990, United Dairies)
|1||I Am The Poison (with Tony Wakeford)|
|2||Journey Through Cheese|
Issued as a vinyl 12" (UD031) and CD single (UD031CD). Track 1 features vocals and bass guitar performed by Tony Wakeford of Sol Invictus. I Am The Poison was later included on the CD compilation Sugar Fish Drink (UD036CD, 1992), and a longer version of Journey Through Cheese appeared on Funeral Music For Perez Prado (UD098CD, 2001).
Live At Bar Maldoror (1991, United Dairies)
|1||Hymn For Konori|
|2||Shatterin' Man Falling|
|5||Tickling That Great Pudarkus In The Sky|
Issued as a CD (UD034 CD). Not exactly a true live album, the tracks use manipulated and mingled live recordings created between 1984 and 1986 as their source material. In addition to maestro Stapleton, the participants for these original performances were Annie Anxiety, Chris Wallis, David Tibet, Diana Rogerson and John Balance. The version of Psychelic Underground is considerably shorter than the one used for the Sinister Senile EP. The "pudarkus" is yet another reference to the peculiar novel Billy and Betty by Twiggs Jameson.
Creakiness (1991, United Dairies)
|1||Creakiness - a) Hair, Fur And Twiggs Jameson, b) Delilah's Lap, c) Creakiness, d) Admirals Of The Blim, e) Electric Fretum Attachment|
|2||Firepool Part One (performed by Spasm)|
|3||Jellymoon (performed by Spasm)|
A split release with the band Spasm issued as a vinyl 12" (UD035). Contributions to the NWW track were made by violinist Joolie Wood (a long-standing member of Current 93), James Mannox (the mind behind Spasm) and Tony Wakeford. The Spasm tracks were produced and mixed by Stapleton. Creakiness was later included on the CD compilation Sugar Fish Drink (UD036CD).
Thunder Perfect Mind (1992, United Dairies)
Originally issued as a CD (UD040CD). The album title is derived from one of the Gnostic Scriptures. Intended as a sister album to the concurrently-released Current 93 effort of the same name, each album featured an extract from the other. Contributions to the record were made by David Tibet, Colin Potter, Chris Wallis, Rose McDowell, Anita Plank, Alan Trench, John Balance, Joolie Wood, Clive Graham and Konori Suzuki (although the Tibet, McDowell, Balance and Wood presence is only a result of the Current 93 extract). Reissued in 2001 with the additional track Cold (Miss Ticker mix); this version was released as a double vinyl LP by Streamline in 2002, but with an edit of Cold (Miss Ticker mix) and with Colder Still divided on the second LP as Colder Still (Beginning) and Colder Still (Ending).
Steel Dream March Of The Metal Men (1992, Clawfist)
|1||Steel Dream March Of The Metal Men|
|2||The Dadda's Intoxication|
Released as a vinyl 7" in an edition of 1400. Steel Dream is another version of the track Cold. The sleeves images are both photographs of Futurist performances: the front cover from Fortunato Depero's Machina del 3000 (1924) and the back cover from Enrico Prampolini and Franco Cassavola's Il Mercante di Cuori (1927). Both tracks were later included on the CD and vinyl LP reissue of Crumb Duck (UD059, 1996).
Alien (1992, World Serpent)
|2||Alien (Actside) (with Peat Bog)|
Credited as being taken from the soundtrack to the Chris Wallis film Lumb's Sister, but not actually used in the completed film.
Sugar Fish Drink (1992, United Dairies)
|2||Creakiness - a) Hair, Fur And Twiggs Jameson, b) Delilah's Lap, c) Creakiness, d) Admirals Of The Blim, e) Electric Fretum Attachment (with Joolie Wood, James Mannox and Tony Wakeford)|
|3||I Am The Poison (with Tony Wakeford)|
|4||Swamp Rat (with Barry McCarus)|
|5||A Piece Of The Sky Is Missing (with David Jackman)|
|6||Nil By Mouth|
|7||Brained (Unconscious mix) (with J. G. Thirlwell, Diana Rogerson and Roman Jugg)|
A compilation of (mostly) previously vinyl-only EP tracks, issued on CD as UD036CD. Cooloorta Moon and A Piece Of The Sky Is Missing are from the Cooloorta Moon 12" EP released in 1989 (Idle Hole MIRROR THREE); Creakiness is taken from the split 12" with Spasm released in 1991 (UD035); I Am The Poison is from the 1990 12" Soresucker (UD031); Swamp Rat is from the split 12" with Current 93 released in 1988; Nil By Mouth originally appeared as the A-side of the 12" Alas The Madonna Does Not Function also released in 1988 (UD027).
Large Ladies With Cake In The Oven (Gyllensköld/Mawsookedorwranj/Brained) (1993, United Dairies)
|5||Sheila Na Gig|
|10||Wisecrack (with Diana Rogerson)|
|12||Brained (with J. G. Thirlwell, Diana Rogerson and Roman Jugg)|
A third (if you include the cassette) reissue of the Brained/Gyllensköld EPs, released on CD as UD038CD. The tracks have been somewhat modified from their previous versions and new (and old) material has been added: Sheila Na Gig originally appeared on Drunk With The Old Man Of The Mountains (UD 025, 1987), Red Flipper was a track from a free 7" EP included with the Autumn 1991 issue of Ptolemaic Terrascope magazine, Head Cold is another reworking of the Cold material from Thunder Perfect Mind (UD 040, 1992), and both Cranke and Wisecrack were taken from a limted-release 7" released in 1987.
Rock 'N' Roll Station (1994, United Dairies)
|1||Rock 'N' Roll Station|
|2||The Self Sufficient Sexual Shoe (with Sarah Fuller, Sarah Dawson, and Diana Rogerson)|
|3||Two Golden Microphones (with Peat Bog, Sarah Fuller, Sarah Dawson, Dizzy, Ruby Wallis and Diana Rogerson)|
|4||A Silhouette And A Thumbtack (Dance In Hyperspace)|
|5||R+B Through Collis Browne (with Sarah Fuller, Sarah Dawson, and Diana Rogerson)|
|6||Finsbury Park, May 8th, 1.35 PM (I'll See You In Another World)|
Released as a CD (UD039). The Finsbury Park title is a reference to the location of Graham Bond's suicide. The album was reissued as both a CD and double-vinyl LP (the latter in a limited edition of 500 copies) by Beta-Lactam Ring Records in 2006, both formats including the additional track 1:35pm Remix.
Alice The Goon (1995, White Noise)
|1||(I Don't Want To Have) Easy Listening Nightmares (with Peat Bog and Diana Rogerson)|
|2||Prelude To Alice The Goon (with Peat Bog, Michael Dawson and Diana Rogerson)|
Originally released as a single-sided vinyl 12" in an edition of 500 and made available at the first Festival Ultimes Musiques in Nevers, France. Reissued on vinyl (in an edition of 800) and CD by United Dairies in 2000 (UD081) with an etching on the second side. The CD version included an untitled additional track.
Yagga Blues (1995, United Dairies)
|1||Yagga Blues (with Sarah Fuller)|
|2||Yagga Blues (Instrumental)|
|3||Funeral Music For Perez Prado (with David Jackman)|
Released as a CD EP (UD099). The track Yagga Blues was a preview to the album Who Can I Turn To Stereo (UD049), released the following year.
Who Can I Turn To Stereo (1996, United Dairies)
|1||Tune Time Machine|
|2||Landed At Granma's|
|3||Woollen Numbness Of Anaesthesia|
|4||Yagga Blues (with Sarah Fuller)|
|5||Livin' Fear Of James Last|
|6||Space Funk With Springs|
|8||Home Is Where The Heart Is|
|9||Monument To Perez Prado|
|10||Approaching Darkness Fish|
|12||The Standard Table Of Daddy|
Released as a CD (UD049). The spoken interludes on the album are excerpted from an online 'exquisite corpse' text hosted by Brainwashed's Nurse With Wound site.
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