Filed under: 1990-1991 Cake | Tags: Hard-to-Find, Music, Press, Promo, Trashcan Sinatras, Vinyl
12-inch white label test pressing of debut EP ‘Obscurity Knocks’ complete with press release letter.
This copy has a handwritten label with partially ripped sticker. The inner ring of the same side has the inscription ‘!!Youthenasia!!’ which can partly be seen on the bottom right corner of the photograph.
Note the track error on the letter for ‘The Best Man’s Fool’.
1990 Go! Discs Ltd GODX34
No printed labels. No handwritten titles. Just a simple sticker. That’s yer lot for this one.
3-track white label 12-inch promo for ‘Only Tongue Can Tell’. Includes ‘Useless’ and ‘Tonight You Belong To Me’ with custom stickered die-cut black card sleeve.
The inner ring of one side is inscribed with the legend ‘Mingle, mingle little star, how I wonder who you are’.
1990 Go! Discs Ltd GODX41
Follow-up single to ‘Obscurity Knocks’. 3-track CD with card sleeve.
The front cover picture is of Frank kicking a ball into the Atlantic Ocean on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis (see comment below), while on the back, you get the impression he’s quite pleased with what he’s just done. Was it his ball I wonder?
Frank duets with his sister Richael on ‘Tonight You Belong To Me’, a song made famous by Steve Martin in ‘The Jerk’.
1990 Go! Discs Ltd GODCD41 886993-2
Filed under: 1995-1996 A Happy Pocket | Tags: CD, Promo, Trashcan Sinatras
4-track promo sampler, which is considered to be the promo for ‘To Sir, With Love’. The fourth track ‘Born Free’ was recorded for the stage version of Irvine Welsh’s ‘Maribou Stork Nightmares’.
The ‘Spooktime’ film review on the back cover is an excerpt from the NME.
Some copies of this release were promo stickered – like this one…
1996 Go! Discs TSWL-1