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The sound quality on Fossil Fuel is much improved over the other two CDs.Also, Fossil Fuel features the original single mix of “Wait Till Your Boat Goes Down” which was not previously available on CD.
XTC's ever-growing circle of acquaintances and the arrival of the internet now provides all the current news that the fans are eager to acquire.
"The Little Express" has reached its final destination. The Wonderland discography (in three volumes) is lavishly detailed and nicely produced, and includes photographs of important and interesting cover art.
An indispensable resource for the serious XTC collector.
The only track that does not appear anywhere but on Beeswax is the extended version of “Hang On To The Night” which is only 6 seconds longer than the version on the White Music album. Haydn Bendall and Nick Davis produced Apple Venus Volume 1.
Here's a breakdown of where to find the tracks from these albums (if you are unable to find the CD re-issues): Waxworks: Some Singles 1977-1982 Where to find it: Science Friction White Music Are You Receiving Me? Nick Davis co-produced Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) with XTC. For a longer answer, see the Chalkhills Cover Versions page.
Martin has also made his information available on the web at “ Is that Woody Allen at the end of “My Love Explodes? yourself with your atom bomb" [performed by Tuli Kupferberg. Owen), Dave Gregory's brother, drums on 25 O'Clock, Psonic Psunspot and on “Mantis on Parole (Homo Safari Series No. Prairie Prince, originally from The Tubes, plays the part of the time bomb on Skylarking.
” What is said at the end of “Mole From The Ministry”? Ed.], this chap was singing this song over the air, and John Leckie couldn't believe the banality of this song so he turned on his cassette to capture it for posterity, and he left the cassette running. XTC was co-founded by drummer Terry Chambers, who “just hits 'em” on White Music, Go 2, Drums and Wires, Black Sea, English Settlement, and on the songs “Beating of Hearts” and “Wonderland” on Mummer, after which he left the band. On Apple Venus Volume 1 he contributes drums, handclaps, thigh slaps, and percussion.
A few copies of the first three volumes of Wonderland are still available.
For details, please contact Shigemasa Fujimoto at . For still deeper historical details including early demos, gigs and concert bootlegs, get the Chain Of Command booklet from Martin Fuchs, Stuevestraße 9, D-30173 Hannover, Germany.
“Blame the Weather” is also available on the Virgin UK CD-3 of Senses Working Overtime and on the Virgin France compilation CD The Tiny Circus of Life. Apparently Andy and Mrs Partridge referred to their baby as “The Pink Thing” and the song grew out of that nickname. They have also self- or co-produced many of their B-sides. The story told in the song is almost the same as in “Making Plans for Nigel”; Franzi's parents want him to be good at school and steal away his childhood. The song is now available on CD, on the sampler Flieger - Flug 2 (CD 1994 Reverso Austria 660805). Phish used to occasionally cover "Melt the Guns" live in some of their very early shows. There are three different CDs and four different sleeves (with slight variations) for this CD.
“Tissue Tigers (The Arguers)” is also available on the Virgin UK CD-3 of Senses Working Overtime. The Japanese group Shonen Knife apparently were inspired by “Making Plans for Nigel” when they wrote their song “Bear Up Bison” (also known as “Making Plans for Bison”), originally released on their album Pretty Little Baka Guy (CD 1986.10 JP Subversive/Zero Subv 775). (In Japan, the song “Making Plans for Nigel” was also known as or “Bear Up, Nigel”.) Atsuko Yamano says, “I like stuffed animals. and listen to XTC.” (Big Dipper cover the Shonen song on the tribute album Every Band Has a Shonen Knife Who Loves Them.) George Krueger writes: . No official recording exist of them playing this (as far as I know), but since the band let people tape and trade their shows, recordings of it can be found (I have a version of them playing it from April 29, 1987). The first CD was the original Virgin UK release, which listed only the songs from the original LP on the sleeve, but in fact also contained the songs from the original bonus single, “Limelight” and “Chain of Command”, and does not contain “Life Begins at the Hop”.
“Dear God” started getting some airplay in the US, so Geffen withdrew initial copies of the Skylarking LP and re-released the LP, removing “Mermaid Smiled” and adding “Dear God” in between “The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul” and “Dying”. The XTC mail list and web site are called “Chalkhills” because the name captures the essence of middle and late XTC albums.