Children of Nuggets

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Garage rock has occasionally bubbled up onto the pop charts -- from the Kingsmen's "Louie Louie" on through Nirvana and the White Stripes -- but the bulk of its creative output has always lurked below the surface. While Rhino's first two Nuggets box sets ably chronicled the subgenre's development in the mid- and late '60s, Children of Nuggets compiles the work of their creative offspring, likeminded groups from the '70s through the '90s with an emphasis on the '80s. A few of the artists here were, at least briefly, household names -- the Bangles, the Hoodoo Gurus, the Smithereens, the Church -- but most trafficked in the seedy underground, receiving notice only from ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lydia Vanderloo
Garage rock has occasionally bubbled up onto the pop charts -- from the Kingsmen's "Louie Louie" on through Nirvana and the White Stripes -- but the bulk of its creative output has always lurked below the surface. While Rhino's first two Nuggets box sets ably chronicled the subgenre's development in the mid- and late '60s, Children of Nuggets compiles the work of their creative offspring, likeminded groups from the '70s through the '90s with an emphasis on the '80s. A few of the artists here were, at least briefly, household names -- the Bangles, the Hoodoo Gurus, the Smithereens, the Church -- but most trafficked in the seedy underground, receiving notice only from fanzines, record store regulars, and paisley-clad rock club denizens. Surprisingly, the 100 mix-tape favorites collected here represent a broad stylistic and geographic range. They include L.A.'s "paisley underground" the Dream Syndicate's Neil Young–influenced "Tell Me When It's Over," the Rain Parade's kaleidoscopic "One Half Hour Ago"; the U.K.'s mid-'80s psych-rock heyday Biff Bang Pow!'s Rickenbacker-fueled anthem "There Must Be a Better Life," the Dentists' sweetly melancholy "Strawberries Are Growing in My Garden," Primal Scream's lilting "Gentle Tuesday"; the Pacific Northwest Screaming Trees' proto-grunge "Transfiguration," the Posies' angsty "I May Hate You Sometimes"; and the rich Australia/New Zealand axis the Stems' downbeat power pop "Love Will Grow," the Chills' eerie, chiming "Pink Frost," Died Pretty's psychedelic, organ-propelled "Out of the Unknown". Residing alongside are long-term garage enthusiasts, including the Dukes of Stratosphear XTC's alter ego, Jeff Conolly's Lyres/DMZ, the Spongetones, Julian Cope, Billy Childish/Milkshakes, the Bevis Frond, and Teenage Fanclub. This passionately assembled four-disc set will give pause even to diehard garage fans; upon each listening, new nuggets are unearthed, whether the Nerves' effusive power-pop "One Way Ticket" or the Last's raw, swirling "She Don't Know Why I'm Here." The set's 100-page booklet includes essays by garage diehard Little Steven and Bucketful of Brains founder Nigel Cross, plus extensive liner notes from British scribe Kieron Tyler and an ode to the late Voxx/Bomp! mainman Greg Shaw, without whom, according to co-producer Gary Stewart, "the events covered in this set wouldn't have taken place." Amen.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
As its title makes clear, Children of Nuggets is the first Nuggets release to stretch beyond the '60s heyday of garage rock and psychedelic music. Instead of once again returning to that seemingly bottomless well -- which has not only brought the original 1972 double LP, Nuggets, but such imitators as the Pebbles and Rubble series, plus Rhino's expanded four-disc 1998 box set and its 2001 sequel, which focused on singles from the U.K. and around the world -- the four-disc box Children of Nuggets is devoted to bands from the '70s, '80s, and '90s but primarily the '80s that were inspired by the original Nuggets LP, along with other trashy, intoxicating rock and guitar pop from the '60s. They weren't just inspired by this music -- they patterned themselves after it, from the sound to the look of classic garage psych. This might seem like a dodgy proposition, either as music or for the subject of an exhaustive retrospective like this, but the garage and psych revival of the '80s -- which also encompassed such diverse but related movements as power pop, British C-86 indie pop, the paisley underground, punk-blues, cowpunk, and surf rock -- was a surprisingly fertile scene, as this absolutely terrific box set proves. Far from sounding monotonous, Children of Nuggets has a tremendous variety of sounds, styles, and attitudes. As producer Alec Palao states in his introductory liner notes, the idea was to adhere to Lenny Kaye's idea for the original Nuggets LP, which was to "compile together the good tracks from all those albums that only have one good track," not caring whether the featured songs adhered to a strict definition of what was or was not garage or psych. Of course, Palao and his co-producer, Gary Stewart, and their assistants on this project do have a template to follow and not just because there are bands that were tagged at the time as '60s revivalists. They have Kaye's work to guide them; plus they have the work of Greg Shaw, the journalist and record label head who championed this music at first in his fanzine, Who Put the Bomp, and then on his Bomp and Voxx labels. Stewart salutes Shaw at the conclusion of the booklet for Children of Nuggets, and in a way, this set does function as a tribute to the music Shaw helped shepherd during the '80s, since it celebrates all kinds of '60s-inspired guitar pop made in the post-punk years -- music that arguably wouldn't have existed without Shaw's input. Yet, as the best music should, the music on Children of Nuggets transcends such behind-the-scenes particulars and exists simply as flat-out great music. Sure, there are some bands that faithfully re-create the sounds of the '60s, but most of the groups are inspired by the '60s, picking up their favorite elements -- whether it's dirty, raunchy guitars, jangling 12-strings, sweet harmonies, trippy swirling guitars, or catchy choruses -- and assembling them in a manner that sounds fresh, new, and invigorating. Yes, some of the production sounds a little tied to its time, but no more than the singles from the first two Nuggets boxes. What matters is that this box crackles with energy and is filled with great songs, whether they're hard rock & roll, tongue-in-cheek neo-psychedelia, Beatles and Byrds homages, dreamy, mysterious indie pop, or straight-up power pop. There are a handful of big names here, but only the La's are represented with anything close to their best-known song -- not only that, but "There She Goes" is the only thing here that could be called well known. The other big names are represented by some of their earliest and, in many cases, best songs: there's "I Thought You Wanted to Know" and "If and When" by Chris Stamey & the dB's, the Smithereens have "Strangers When We Meet" and "Beauty and Sadness," Primal Scream are captured in their pre-Screamadelica incarnation with "Gentle Tuesday," the Posies show a strong British Invasion bent on "I May Hate You Sometimes," Teenage Fanclub's "Metal Baby" is pulled from their cult classic, Bandwagonesque, while the Bangles show up with their earliest songs, "The Real World" and "Getting out of Hand," which was released under the name the Bangs. A few songs here show up regularly on '80s comps -- the Hoodoo Gurus' "I Want You Back," the Lyres' "Help You Ann," the Spongetones' "She Goes out with Everybody," the Church's "The Unguarded Moment" -- but most of this is devoted to bands that had one or two songs that were staples on college radio and are now forgotten to all but the die-hard underground garage rock fans. Now that they're part of this compulsively listenable set, they help define the canon of underground rock and pop of the post-punk years: surrounded by other bands of a similar mind and vision, these songs sound like forgotten classics. And that's why Children of Nuggets is such a resounding success -- it not only shines a light on the bands that carried the torch for this kind of music in the '80s, this box, like the original double LP, helps rescue worthy bands from the scrap heap of history and, in the process, becomes an essential piece of rock history itself.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/27/2005
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227463922
  • Catalog Number: 74639

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Vanishing Girl - The Dukes of Stratosphear (2:30)
  2. 2 Help You Ann - Lyres (2:30)
  3. 3 The Real World - Bangles (2:35)
  4. 4 We're Living in Violent Times - The Barracudas (2:47)
  5. 5 The Trains - Nashville Ramblers (3:07)
  6. 6 Seven Years - Watermelon Men (2:47)
  7. 7 Strangers When We Meet - The Smithereens (3:46)
  8. 8 Wading Through a Ventilator - The Soft Boys (3:20)
  9. 9 I Can't Hide - Flamin' Groovies (3:14)
  10. 10 The Girl from Baltimore - The Fleshtones (2:30)
  11. 11 It's a Good Thing - That Petrol Emotion (2:34)
  12. 12 She's Fine - Stems (2:35)
  13. 13 All My Life - Point (2:05)
  14. 14 Down at the Nightclub - The Creeps (3:18)
  15. 15 (My Girl) Maryanne - The Spongetones (2:43)
  16. 16 She Turns to Flowers - The Salvation Army (2:33)
  17. 17 You Are My Friend - Rain Parade (3:06)
  18. 18 Mr. Unreliable - Inmates (2:52)
  19. 19 (I Thought) You Wanted to Know - Chris Stamey (3:18)
  20. 20 She Don't Know Why I'm Here - The Last (3:26)
  21. 21 There Must Be a Better Life - Biff Bang Pow! (3:05)
  22. 22 Slave Girl - Lime Spiders (2:51)
  23. 23 I May Hate You Sometimes - The Posies (3:23)
  24. 24 I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape - Times (3:04)
  25. 25 It's About Time - The Pandoras (2:22)
  26. 26 I Live for Buzz - Swingin' Neckbreakers (2:26)
  27. 27 I Want You Back - Hoodoo Gurus (3:10)
Disc 2
  1. 1 This Damn Nation - The Godfathers (2:46)
  2. 2 Tell Me When It's Over - The Dream Syndicate (3:33)
  3. 3 Whenever I'm Gone - The Prisoners (2:47)
  4. 4 New Kind of Kick - The Cramps (3:29)
  5. 5 And She Rides - The Long Ryders (4:30)
  6. 6 Motorbike Beat - Revillos (2:22)
  7. 7 Tears (Only Dry) - The Vipers (2:56)
  8. 8 25 O'Clock - The Dukes of Stratosphear (5:05)
  9. 9 Don't Give It Up Now - Lyres (3:36)
  10. 10 If and When - Chris Stamey (2:39)
  11. 11 Pabst Blue Ribbon - The Untamed Youth (2:41)
  12. 12 There She Goes - The La's (2:42)
  13. 13 Kingsley J. - Vibrasonic (4:33)
  14. 14 I Can Never Tell - The Crawdaddys (2:44)
  15. 15 Make Me Stay - Green Telescope (3:06)
  16. 16 Everyday Things - The Plimsouls (2:29)
  17. 17 I Wanna Destroy You - The Soft Boys (2:53)
  18. 18 It's You - Mickey & the Milkshakes (2:18)
  19. 19 Apology - The Posies (5:14)
  20. 20 Lights Are Changing - The Bevis Frond (4:56)
  21. 21 Ahead of My Time - Droogs (2:40)
  22. 22 Welcome to My Love - Funseekers (2:48)
  23. 23 Flowers in the Sky - Revolving Paint Dream (2:24)
  24. 24 Metal Baby - Teenage Fanclub (3:39)
Disc 3
  1. 1 The Unguarded Moment - The Church (3:10)
  2. 2 I Can't Pretend - The Barracudas (2:31)
  3. 3 Out of the Unknown - Died Pretty (4:07)
  4. 4 L.A. Explosion - The Last (2:27)
  5. 5 I'll Cry Alone - Flamin' Groovies (2:14)
  6. 6 Sunspots - Julian Cope (3:32)
  7. 7 Hindu Gods (Of Love) - Lipstick Killers (3:22)
  8. 8 Death and Angels - Green on Red (2:15)
  9. 9 Barbed Wire Heart - The Sinners (4:00)
  10. 10 Pink Frost - The Chills (3:59)
  11. 11 She Told Me Lies - Chesterfield Kings (2:18)
  12. 12 Beauty and Sadness - The Smithereens (3:24)
  13. 13 Test Drive - The Mummies (1:29)
  14. 14 Busy Man - DMZ (3:22)
  15. 15 Love Will Grow - Stems (3:15)
  16. 16 She Goes Out with Everybody - The Spongetones (2:27)
  17. 17 Hypnotized - The Plimsouls (2:55)
  18. 18 No Apology - The Plimsouls (2:05)
  19. 19 God Knows It's True - Teenage Fanclub (4:56)
  20. 20 You Keep on Lyin' - Hoods (2:32)
  21. 21 Don't Break Down - The Sting Rays (2:49)
  22. 22 The World Has Changed - The Fleshtones (3:10)
  23. 23 Baby What's Wrong - Cynics (2:28)
  24. 24 Psycko (Themes from Psycho and Vertigo) - Laika & the Cosmonauts (2:24)
  25. 25 My Name Is Tom - The Jigsaw Seen (4:25)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Gentle Tuesday - Primal Scream (3:47)
  2. 2 With a Cantaloupe Girlfriend - The Three O'Clock (2:52)
  3. 3 Like Wow - Wipeout! - Hoodoo Gurus (3:12)
  4. 4 Bad News Travels Fast - The Fuzztones (2:41)
  5. 5 Plains of Nazca - Sun Dial (3:45)
  6. 6 Getting Out of Hand - The Bangs (2:15)
  7. 7 Please Don't Tell My Baby - Mickey & the Milkshakes (1:44)
  8. 8 One Half Hour Ago - Rain Parade (4:12)
  9. 9 You're My Loving Way - The Aardvarks (2:44)
  10. 10 Transfiguration - Screaming Trees (3:55)
  11. 11 A Scandal in Bohemia - United States of Existence (2:32)
  12. 12 Where the Wolf Bane Blooms - The Nomads (2:15)
  13. 13 Cheated and Lied - The Vipers (2:26)
  14. 14 Strawberries Are Growing in My Garden (And It's Wintertime) - The Dentists (3:20)
  15. 15 Won't Need Yours - Tell-Tale Hearts (2:45)
  16. 16 Weakness - Inspiral Carpets (4:18)
  17. 17 You'll Know Why - Miracle Workers (3:07)
  18. 18 Not My Memory - The Unknowns (2:23)
  19. 19 Far Away - The Prisoners (5:23)
  20. 20 Ain't That a Man - The Optic Nerve (2:37)
  21. 21 Mink Dress - Plasticland (2:50)
  22. 22 Tight Turn - Raybeats (3:54)
  23. 23 One Way Ticket - The Nerves (2:10)
  24. 24 Tracy Hide - The Wondermints (4:48)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Peter Case Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Julian Cope Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Don Dixon Percussion, Background Vocals
Robyn Hitchcock Guitar, Vocals
Susanna Hoffs Guitar, Vocals
Steve Kilbey Bass, Vocals
Peter Koppes Guitar, Vocals
Mark Lanegan Vocals, Background Vocals
John Jorgenson Drums
Billy Childish Guitar, Vocals
Steven Roback Bass, Vocals
Chris Stamey Organ, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Jack Waterson Bass
Steve Wynn Guitar, Vocals
Paul Collins Drums
Jeremy Gluck Vocals
Bill Hurley Vocals
Craig Leon Piano
Matt Piucci Guitar, Vocals
Peter Zaremba Harmonica, Vocals
Simon Jones Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Paul Martin Guitar
Sean O'Neill Guitar, Vocals
Kendra Smith Bass
Ric Albin Vocals
George Alexander Bass
Andy Babiuk Bass, Background Vocals
Edward Ball Guitar, Vocals
Danny Benair Percussion, Drums
Mick Blood Vocals
David Bowler Drums
Clyde Bramley Bass, Vocals
Des Brewer Bass, Vocals
Patrick Allen Brown Drums
David Buckley Bass, Vocals
Chris Cacavas Keyboards, Vocals
Don Christensen Drums
Roger Clay Guitar, Background Vocals
Rick Coraccio Bass, Vocals
Chris Coyne Bass, Vocals
Peter Coyne Vocals
Paul Damien Drums
Dennis Diken Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Kris Dollimore Guitar, Vocals
Ben Donnelly Bass
Dennis Duck Drums
John East Bass, Vocals
David Faulkner Guitar, Vocals
James Ferrell Guitar
Fay Fife Vocals
Don Fleming Background Vocals
Marvin Gardens Guitar, Background Vocals
Michael Gibson Guitar, Vocals
Bobby Gillespie Vocals
Will Glenn Keyboards
Peter Greenberg Guitar, Vocals
Sid Griffin Guitar, Vocals
Peter Gunn Guitar
Orest Guran Organ
Janne Haavisto Drums
Babs Handjive Background Vocals
Cherry Handjive Background Vocals
Hi Fi Harris Guitar
Jody Harris Guitar
Jim E. Hill Tambourine
Gene Holder Acoustic Guitar, Bass
Jamie Hoover Guitar, Vocals
Andrew Innes Guitar, Vocals
Lux Interior Vocals
Pat Irwin Organ, Saxophone
Poison Ivy Guitar
Ethan James Piano
Michael Jay Bass
Cyril Jordan Guitar, Vocals
Lenny Kaye Voices
Ray Kent Organ
Mark Kingsmill Drums
Nick Knox Drums
Kid Krupa Guitar
Mikko Lankinen Guitar
Ricky Lawson Drums
Mike Lewis Bass
Gerard Love Bass, Vocals
Steve Lovell Guitar, Recorder
John Lundberg Guitar
Alex MacNicol Drums
Steve Mack Vocals
Mickey Mariano Keyboards, Vocals
Vitus Mataré Keyboards
Mark Matthews Bass
George Mazur Drums, Vocals
Steve McCarthy Guitar, Vocals
Raymond McGinley Guitar, Vocals
Doug Meech Drums
Andy Metcalfe Bass
Bill Milhizer Drums
Eddie Muñoz Guitar
Paul Murphy Drums
Mike Musburger Drums
Brett Myers Guitar, Vocals, Slide Guitar
David Nolte Bass, Vocals
Joe Nolte Guitar, Vocals
Mike Nolte Vocals
Tom Nyman Bass
Brendan O'Hare Drums
Damian O'Neill Bass, Vocals
Tony Oliver Guitar
Dave Pahoa Bass, Vocals
Jan Marek Pakulski Bass
Ron Peno Vocals
Debbi Peterson Drums, Vocals
Vicki Peterson Guitar, Vocals
Martin Phillipps Guitar, Vocals
Mark Pickerel Drums
Marty Willson-Piper Guitar, Vocals
Matti Pitsinki Organ
Kid Congo Powers Guitar
Karl Precoda Guitar
Greg Prevost Vocals
Michael Quercio Bass, Vocals
Louie Ramirez Drums
Jay Rassler Guitar, Vocals
Kimberley Rew Guitar, Vocals
Eugene Reynolds Vocals
Jack Reynolds Drums
Will Rigby Piano, Drums, Background Vocals, Mouth Organ
David Roback Guitar, Vocals
Rocky Rhythm Drums
Nick Saloman Bass, Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Gary Schwartz Drums, Background Vocals
Matthew Seligman Bass
Chris Sharrock Drums
Brad Shepherd Guitar, Vocals
Ron Silva Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Donald Ross Skinner Guitar
Greg Sowders Drums
Steve Stoeckel Bass, Vocals
Keith Streng Guitar
Ken Stringfellow Bass, Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Dan Stuart Guitar, Vocals
Barry Sutton Guitar (12 String Electric)
Rob Thorne Drums
Pat Walters Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Nick Ward Drums, Vocals
Tom Ward Bass, Vocals
Chris Whitten Drums
Robin Wills Guitar, Vocals, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Morris Windsor Drums, Vocals
Danny Amis Bass
Bruce Joyner Keyboards, Vocals
Jim Babjak Guitar
Pat DiNizio Guitar, Vocals
Mike Mesaros Bass, Vocals
Tony Bambach Bass
Jerome Jerome Piano, Hammond Organ
Sir John Johns Guitar, Vocals
Ciaran McLaughlin Drums
Terry Moore Bass, Percussion, Background Vocals
Reámann O'Gormain Guitar, Vocals
David Sellers Bass
Jeff "Monoman" Conolly Organ, Tambourine, Vocals
Frank Brunetti Organ
Alan Davies Guitar
Dennis Davison Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Deke Dickerson Guitar
Dr. David Evans Bass
Jonathan Lea Electric Guitar
Darian Sahanaja Keyboards, Vocals
Nick Walusko Guitar, Vocals
Joe Foster Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Lee Mavers Guitar, Vocals
Annette Zilinskas Bass, Vocals
Gary Lee Conner Organ, Guitar
Van Conner Bass
Nick Turner Drums
Michael Murphy Guitar, Vocals
Tom Hingley Vocals, Background Vocals
Graham Lambert Guitar
Steve Potterf Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Clint Boon Keyboards, Background Vocals
Bruce Brand Drums, Vocals
Paula Pierce Vocals, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Gary Ramon Guitar, Vocals
Tom Alford Guitar, Vocals
Steve Bidrowski Drums
Rich Coffee Organ, Guitar
Maggie Domke Violin
John Frankovic Bass, Vocals
Shelley Ganz Guitar, Vocals
Eddie Kalwa Drums
F. Clarke Martty Drums
Gerry Mohr Tambourine, Vocals
Russell Quan Drums
Carl Rusk Guitar, Vocals
Mark Zadarnowski Bass
John Crozier Guitar, Vocals
Tom Sullivan Drums
Gene Trautmann Drums
Mark Neill Guitar
Deb O'Nair Organ
Mike Stax Bass, Background Vocals
Ira Elliot Drums
Craig Gill Drums
Gwynne Kelly Keyboards, Vocals
John E. Power Bass
Michael D'Amico Drums, Vocals
Steve Magee Bass
Dom Mariani Guitar, Vocals
Larry Winther Guitar
Jim Beattie Guitar
Probyn Gregory Bass, Vocals
Graham Day Guitar, Vocals
Alan Crockford Bass, Vocals, Background Vocals
Bambi Conway Bass, Vocals
Frank Minarik Organ
Tony Carlsson Bass
Troy Howell Drums
Bobby Belfiore Guitar, Vocals
John Hoey Bass, Background Vocals
Elan Portnoy Guitar
David Earl Taylor Drums
Eric Bacher Guitar
Colin Berwick Drums
Howie Ferguson Drums
Hans Ingemansson Keyboards
Robert Jelinek Guitar, Vocals
Tom Jorgenson Bass, Vocals
Michael Kastelic Harmonica, Vocals
Dave Musker Organ
Johnny Symons Drums
Anthony Clough Organ, Bass
Gregg Kostelich Guitar
Alan McGee Guitar, Vocals
Maz Kattuah Bass
John Chilson Drums
Orin Portnoy Bass, Background Vocals
Frank Manlin Drums
Tony Matura Guitar, Background Vocals
Patrick Olsson Drums
Mickey Hampshire Guitar, Vocals
Dave Morgan Drums
Ken Popple Drums
Dick Green Guitar
Hans Ostlund Guitar
Nick Vahlberg Guitar, Vocals
Ray Brandes Vocals
Gary Chambers Drums
Chris "Poet" Wilson Guitar, Vocals
Robert "Red Top" Young Bass
Steve LaFollette Bass, Vocals
Rick Roberts Bass
Matt Rogers Guitar
Kyle Raven Drums
Anders Johansson Bass
The Red Curtain Bass, Bass Guitar, Vocals
Lord Cornelius Plum Keyboards, Vocals, Fuzz Guitar
E.I.E.I. Owen Drums
Glenn Rehse Organ, Guitar, Vocals
Vic Demechei Drums
Bill Calhoun Organ, Background Vocals
Tom Hohn Drums
Michael Sellers Guitar
Ian Cameron Smith Drums
David Wright Drums
James "Iron Head" Baker Drums
Gavin Henderson Drums, Vocals
Gregg Gutierrez Guitar, Vocals
Daniel J. McLain Drums
Robert Collins Guitar
Casey Gomez Drums
Jamie C. Taylor Organ, Keyboards, Vocals
Dave Boyle Bass
Lenny Helsing Guitar, Vocals
Bruce Lyall Organ
Greg Edwards Bass, Vocals
Sam "Richard Lloyd" Albatross Guitar, Background Vocals
Xavier Anaya Guitar
Jonathan Auer Bass, Guitar, Drums, Vocals
Bob Cassell Cello
Danny Demiankow Guitar
Victor Fitch Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Kim Giddy Bass
Mark Gilbert Bass
David Hardison Bass
Rondo Hatton. Jr. Drums
Lucien Hayes Bass
Jason Hobart Bass, Vocals
Erik Illes Organ, Vocals
Richard Jakimyszyn Guitar
Ed Johnsson Drums
Jonathan Lickliter Bass
Steve Mace Bass
David Andrew Mann Guitar, Vocals
Kiddie Manzini Drums
Graham May Bass, Vocals
Clyde "Richard Lloyd" McFettered Drums
Ian OSullivan Drums, Vocals
Paul Paiement Bass, Vocals
Keith Patterson Guitar, Vocals
Gary Pietronave Vocals
Mark Pietronave Organ, Guitar, Vocals
Paul Rieger Fuzz Bass, Guitar (12 String Electric)
Matt Roberts Bass
Steve Roger Organ
Trent Ruane Organ
Hans Sacklén Bass
Morgan Sheppard Voiceover
Ron Swart Organ, Background Vocals
Bob Tiefenwerth Organ
Eric Tretbar Drums
Henki VanDenBorn Guitar, Background Vocals
Imre VonPolgár Guitar (12 String Electric)
Jonathan Adam Weiss Saxophone, Vocals
Erik Westin Drums
Jack Lee Guitar, Background Vocals
Norman Blake Guitar, Vocals
Richard Lane Guitar, Vocals
Technical Credits
Peter Case Composer
Julian Cope Composer
Don Dixon Producer
Dave Edmunds Producer
Robyn Hitchcock Composer
Susanna Hoffs Composer
Steve Kilbey Composer
Mark Lanegan Composer
Billy Childish Composer
The Creeps Producer
Steve Fisk Producer
Steven Roback Composer
Chris Stamey Composer, Producer
The Vipers Producer
Steve Wynn Producer
DMZ Producer
Jeremy Gluck Composer
Richard Lloyd Composer
The Nerves Producer
Andy Partridge Composer
Mayo Thompson Producer
Craig Leon Producer
Billy Miller Producer
Matt Piucci Composer
Peter Zaremba Composer
John David Producer
Simon Jones Composer
Ric Albin Composer
Andy Babiuk Composer, Producer
Edward Ball Composer, Photo Courtesy
Alan Betrock Producer
Mick Blood Composer
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Chris Cacavas Composer
Philip Chevron Producer
Paul Chisholm Producer
Don Christensen Composer
Roger Clay Composer
Bob Clearmountain Producer
Pat Collier Producer
Peter Coyne Composer
Chris D. Producer
Kris Dollimore Composer
David Faulkner Composer
Fay Fife Composer
Charles Fisher Producer
Don Fleming Producer
Chris Gilbey Producer
Bobby Gillespie Composer
Sid Griffin Composer
Janne Haavisto Producer
Bernard Herrmann Composer
Jim E. Hill Producer
Danny Holloway Producer
Jamie Hoover Composer, Producer
H.P. Lovecraft Producer
Bill Inglot Producer, Remastering
Andrew Innes Composer
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