Executive Lullabies (post-1984)
- Brent was one of the founders of NEEF, who had a 7" release on IPR from 1984, and this LP of his humorous, quirky instrumentals is perfect mood music for the computer generation. Intelligent and witty, this is a swell thing. Only 500 copies made.
See also SAVAGE REPUBLIC and AUTUMNFAIR
Obsession For Men
- Debut from this band of ex-SAVAGE REPUBLIC members. Features Ethan Port, Greg Grunke and Thom Fuhrmann, and sounding like a bit more garagey SONIC YOUTH mixed with a SR feel, it's a very interesting piece of work with a brilliant cover take-off on the Calvin Klein ads.
Whichever Way You Are Going, You Are Going Wrong
- Their first LP was reissued here in the states on IPR. Mostly instrumental, sort of like a jazzier, friendlier DURUTTI COLUMN. We have LPs and Cassettes at a very good price:
It's Cosy Inside
- The Western
- Down Town Suburbia
- Upside Down
- Purple Pussy
- It's Cosy Inside
- The Bird
- No Man's Land
- Did You See
- Final Card
- No More Telly
- End of the Attic
- Second LP is available in large quantities, so we're able to offer it an excellent price. Not only is it affordable, but it's a fine record, too!
- Cool, instrumental electronic jazz, with an emphasis on developing trancy rhythms over the space of only a couple minutes per track. Very pleasant to listen to, but a little short and with no really memorable melodies or epic jams to keep calling you back to this CD. [4-1]
It's Cosy Inside/Whichever Way You Are Going...
- A compilation from 2 IPR LPs.
- Looks like a great bargain to me!
A La Luna
- The latest recordings from WOO, thanks to Grunki Records. More tuneful tunes from the brothers Ives, including their pop "hit" Magic In The Dark. Otherwise, all instrumental, a nice combination of acoustics and electronics.