Al Jourgensen is credited with bass, guitar, mandolin, piano, and keyboards on the track, and Paul Barker is credited with programming. Possibly out of print. Track remixed by Al Jourgensen. Released on April 1, Released on March 10, Originally released May, Possibly edited by McKay. Edited by McKay. Al also originally played guitar on the tracks "Rodent" and "Tin Omen".
Produced by Al Jourgensen. Released on November 17, Al also played guitar on this track. Additional info: These tracks are all either single mixes or LP versions. Al also did additional guitar and keyboards on "Hy Pro Glo". Whiskey Name Murder Inc. Two-disc overview of Murder Inc.
Also comes with a bonus track. Comes in a six-sided gatefold digipak. Track originally co-written by Paul Barker. Crush: U. Supposedly, this track contains an interpolation of the Ministry song "All Day". Track originally written, produced, and engineered by Alien Jourgensen. Promo released shortly before Ministry's spot was pulled from the Ozzfest.
Also features a Ministry track. Paul Barker, as well as Jello Biafra, makes an appearance in this film.
Featured in film festivals, March While these tracks were performed live, a majority of the electronics were played from DAT, or through audio feeds. Nine Inch Nails' first live album covering their Fragility v2. Features "Suck", co-written by Paul Barker, originally performed by Pigface. May or may not contain a snippet of "Tonight We Murder". Features the above tracks, with some extras.
More info needed. Never Understand 4. Suck 5. Ambition 6. You Trip Me Up 7. Just Out Of Reach 8. Just Like Honey Head Inside Me Cracked Just Like Honey [Demo Version] Some Candy Talking Psychocandy Hit Taste Of Cindy [Acoustic Version] Some Candy Talking [Acoustic Version] Psychocandy [Acoustic Version] Cut Dead [Acoustic Version] April Skies Kill Surf City Mushroom Bo Diddley Is Jesus Happy When It Rains 2.
Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Some Candy Talking - Taken from the EP of the same name, it was widely misunderstood to be about heroin use, leading Radio 1 DJ Mike Smith to blacklist it from being played on the station.
With draping chords and bitter pauses, the opening drumbeats are an obvious nod to Spector, setting the mantra for what the Jesus and Mary Chain would come to define. Never Understand - The first single from the seminal Psychocandy, Never Understand is at first listen a mass of frenzied guitar skrees that reaches blistering heights, but take a more concentrated listen and the multi-layered noise makes it one Jackson Pollock of a song.
Sometimes Always - Stoned and Dethroned was created under the conception that it would be an acoustic record, which eventually wasn't quite the case. Sometimes Always, taken from the album, however was a stateside hit featuring Mazzy Star's Hope Sandoval with the lyrics narrating William and Hope's own frenetic relationship.
Upside Down - The initial demo given to Creation Records, the game changer, the song that made Alan McGee froth at the mouth with uninhibited adulation for the Reid brothers, the song that made him believe that they were gonna be the best band in the world. The first fruits of these sessions were released on the "April Skies" single in April, which saw the band have their first top ten hit.
The band's second album, Darklands , was released during the tour, in September, described by writer Steve Taylor as "the definitive blend of light and shade". The band's dangerous reputation culminated at a gig at the RPM club in Toronto in November , when after being heckled throughout the gig by a group in the audience, Jim Reid thrust his microphone stand towards them, hitting one on the head and slashing another on the arm.
With the court case hanging over the band, they compiled a collection of B-sides and rarities for release in April as Barbed Wire Kisses. They also selected live tracks from a Detroit concert the previous November for release while they planned further studio work.
In September , The band provided backing vocals for the Erasure single " Drama! The band's third studio album Automatic was released in October , by which time Evans had been replaced by Ben Lurie. By this time, the violence that was originally associated with the band was practically non-existent and the Reid brothers were less antagonistic and aggressive in general. Douglas Hart had moonlighted with the Acid Angels in , and left the band in , to have a career in film making, before picking up his bass again in , playing with the Sian Alice Group , Le Volume Courbe and Cristine.
The fluid nature of the Mary Chain's line up continued throughout their entire career, with a revolving door of drummers, bassists and guitarists being recruited for TV appearances and gigs whenever they were required, the only constants being the Reid brothers.
Though it was not until October that the split was made official, on 12 September , William had a falling out in the tour bus with guitarist Ben Lurie before they were to play a sold out performance at the famous Los Angeles House of Blues.
Jim appeared onstage apparently drunk and barely able to stand or sing. The band finished up their U. Jim Reid said in of the tension between himself and William: "After each tour we wanted to kill each other, and after the final tour we tried".
In October , it was announced that the Reids were reunited; Jim Reid's track "Song for a Secret" a duet with his wife Julie Barber, was released as a single, paired up with Sister Vanilla's "Can't Stop The Rock", which was written and produced by William Reid and the brothers' younger sibling, Linda.
The single was released by Transistor Records on 17 October. He finished this rare live appearance with a performance of the early Mary Chain classic "Never Understand". Each album was released with a DVD containing three promo videos from that particular album.
They performed at Coachella in April."Far Gone and Out" is a song by the Scottish alternative rock group The Jesus and Mary Chain, released as the second single from their album Honey's reubloomandelconsde.barcountfitmaduseshoyracalromarda.co was released by Blanco y Negro Records in March and reached #23 in the UK single charts. " Far Gone and Out" peaked at #88 on the Australian ARIA singles chart in May