Filed under: 2008-2010 In The Music | Tags: CD, Import, Music, Trashcan Sinatras
It’s shiny, it’s new and it’s here. Say hello to ‘In The Music’.
I’ll leave the song reviews for another time and just let you all drool over the packaging.
The Japanese release comes in digi-pak form with the obligatory obi-strip. Inside we have a marvellous fold out lyric sheet with a fantastic montage of band pics on the reverse, and as with all Japanese releases there’s an additional lyric booklet, which kindly explains the band’s thinking behind each song.
Get In(to) The Music – it’s magic!
2009 Victor Entertainment VICP-64691 (Japan)
Here’s a full page advertisement which appeared in the Japanese music press, promoting the original digi-pak ‘Snow EP’.
Japanese Music Press 1999
Filed under: Press | Tags: Autopsy Fanzine, Hard-to-Find, Magazine, Trashcan Sinatras
…was a fanzine published by TCS list members Sarah Frederiksen and Christopher Dooley. A one issue booklet dedicated to – in their own words – ‘Scotland’s Best Kept Secret’.
Stretching to twenty pages it documents the band’s adventures up until, and including, the ‘I’ve Seen Everything’ era. It includes a discography, band interview, lyrics, photographs and some pretty dodgy hairstyles.
There were around 250 copies printed, some of which accompanied the bootleg ‘Iceburg’ single, but this record had no connection with Sarah or Chris.
The two tracks on the single were ‘Iceburg’ on the A-side and ‘Remember Phil’ on the flip side, which was, of course ‘Twisted and Bent’.
A great wee piece of history.
This full page advert – to promote second album ‘I’ve Seen Everything’ – appeared in the NME.
‘Album of the Week’ no less.
NME 8 May 1993