Absolute Classic Masterpieces CD (1992)
Futurist/Mayhem CDs Absolute Classic Masterpieces documents the dark jangle pop of Felt between the years of 1979 and 1985; it's a best-of collection for a band that always deserved more attention. The tracks run in ...
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Means To An End CD (1995)
Futurist/Mayhem Records There are perhaps 1000 bands right now that are mining a space between industry blockbusters Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Smashing Pumpkins, a sort of moody, weird, metal-grunge with minor punk chops. Such a ...
Adult Crash CD (1994)
Futurist/Mayhem music Recording information: Nola Studios, New York, NY (12/1993); Normandy Sound, RI (12/1993).
Personnel: Eddie Sutton (vocals); A.J. Novello (guitar); Pokey (drums).
Audio Mixer: A.J. Novello.
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Fuse CD (1993)
Futurist/Mayhem CDs All songs written by Sometime Sweet Susan except "Justify My Love" (Lenny Kravitz/Madonna).
Recorded in July 1991, August 1992 and January 1993.
Sometime Sweet Susan: Jim Warchol (vocals, guitar), Thom Mosley (bass, vocals), Franz Buchholtz ...
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Psychoburbia CD (1994)
Futurist/Mayhem CDs Track Listing of songs: Psychoburbia; Will of the Wind; Black Sabbath; Man Mind Machine; Escape; Lugenbaron; Berlin 5 A.M.; Archimedes; Right or Wrong; Daydream; Golden Cage; (Untitled);
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Point CD (1994)
Futurist/Mayhem music Audio Mixer: Bill Stace.
Recording information: Kitty Empire, Chicago, IL (01/1993-09/1993).
Denial Fest CD (1995)
Futurist/Mayhem CDs Xanax 25 includes: Jaik Miller (vocals).
Additional personnel: Suzanne Vega (vocals).
Live Alien Broadcasts CD (1995)
Futurist/Mayhem music LIVE ALIEN BROADCASTS includes four previously unrecorded songs: "Delinquent," "Pale Corkscrew," "Demon Seed" and "Sunday Drive."
Like the vast majority of Seattle bands signed by major labels during the music industry's mad rush to ...
Maximum Shindig CD (1995)
Futurist/Mayhem Records Lyricist: Mary Supreme.
Personnel: Nick Colt (vocals, Fender Rhodes piano, keyboards, background vocals); Felix Sluggo (vocals, background vocals); Dave Urban (drums, castanets, maracas, tambourine, triangle).
Recording information: Applehead Studios, Woodstock, NY.
Unknown Contributor Role: Ric Aliberte.
Live Injection CD (1987)
Futurist/Mayhem Records Bang Tango: Joe Leste (vocals), Mark Knight, Kyle Stevens (guitar), Kyle Kyle (bass), Tigg Ketler (drums).
Oomph! CD (1992)
Futurist/Mayhem music Track Listing of songs: Mein Herz; Me inside you; Der neue Gott; No heart no pain; Breathe; Gleichschritt; Under Pressure; Wir leben; Purple skin; Ich bin bu; Der neue Gott;
Best Of Voivod CD (2002)
Futurist/Mayhem Records Not exactly a collection of outstanding material, The Best of Voivod does prove that the French-Canadian group's quick transformation from incredibly primitive thrashers into a convincing progressive metal outfit was nothing short of ...
Pop Tarts CD (1992)
Futurist/Mayhem CDs Track Listing of songs: Long Distance Telephone; Broken Promises; Find Your Way Around; Nature Boy; Skirt Chaser; Hot Lava Love; Ready; Marga; Hear What You Want To Hear; Make Believe; B.I.T.C.H.; Tough Cram Judy;
Puppets' Night Out CD (1995)
Futurist/Mayhem music The first full-length release from a New York City-based "band" which consists of guitarist/vocalist Rob McCulloch and a rotating cast of accomplished hired guns, Puppet's Night Out has a surprisingly raw feel, highlighted by McCulloch's beautifully sandpaper and whiskey-toned, Paul Westerberg-influenced vocals. Supple manages to raise the stakes in the genre of self-loathing and existential angst-obsessed songwriting, avoiding Nirvana rip-off-ism by virtue of the single-mindedness of McCulloch's obsession. Musically, Puppet's Night Out is pretty standard '90s alternative rock, although Adam Lippman contributes some nicely melodic basslines throughout, and "Pantry Door" features some interesting Robert Quine/Richard Lloyd-style lead guitar. Overall, the first Supple album ranks favorably among similar-sounding albums because of the maturity and inventiveness of ...
Futurist/Mayhem Records Recording information: Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA.
Photographer: Bill Reitzel.
Personnel: Danny White (guitar); Aaron Vaughn (keyboards, turntables).
Audio Mixers: Michael Rosen ; Vincent Wojno.