Five Hungry Joes – A pictorial archive of the Trashcan Sinatras. Legendary Scottish Band

Welcome Back
December 31, 2009, 6:12 pm
Filed under: 2004-2006 Weightlifting | Tags: , , , , ,

Released in the Summer of 2004 this was a single track promo CD sent to hip and cool radio stations for a wee spin before the release of fourth album ‘Weightlifting’.

There’s not much to it, just the plain old CD and a photocopied insert.

It’s rare!

2004 spinART Records – Catalogue no. unknown

On The Edge…
December 12, 2009, 11:13 am
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…of world domination? Mmmm, perhaps not.

One of my earlier posts will give you all the info you need on the Westwood One Radio Networks.

This is another rare CD which includes the tracks ‘Iceberg’ and ‘Remember Phil’. The latter, as you well know, is in fact ‘Twisted And Bent’ – but when this acoustic session was recorded the song had no official title. It is introduced by Frank as a ‘world exclusive’ and is rather good.

Both tracks eventually appeared on the 7-inch vinyl bootleg which accompanied some copies of the Autopsy fanzine. More on both of these here and here.

1993 Westwood One Entertainment (US)

Watch It…
December 9, 2009, 7:09 pm
Filed under: Press | Tags: , , , , , , ,

…these guys are serious – particulary Mr Mulhearn.

Tour poster promoting the Scottish dates of the 2009 UK tour.

Photography by the wonderfully named Piper Ferguson, who has worked with a host of other famous people. Take a look at her website.

It’s magic!

November 2009

New Kids On The Block
December 6, 2009, 11:12 am
Filed under: Press | Tags: , , , ,

Here’s an early article from Rolling Stone magazine.

At the end of the article you’ll read Mr Livingston extolling the virtues of the English language and his allegiance to the word Autopsy.

This article was of course, the inspiration behind Sarah Frederiksen’s fanzine of the same name, which you can read about here.

August 1991 Issue 460 Rolling Stone Magazine Australia Edition

It’s No Easy Read
December 6, 2009, 10:28 am
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This Japanese release of second album ‘I’ve Seen Everything’ will be a rare sight to most as not too many of them were pressed.

The packaging is almost identical to the standard US and European releases apart from the obvious record label details. It also comes with a fold-out Japanese lyric sheet.

Very nice it is too.

1993 Polydor/Go! Discs Ltd POCD-1094 (Japan)

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