Subject REPOST Death In June discography Date 3 Jun 1993 033404 GMT Okay, here's the Death

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Newsgroups: alt.gothic From: stame@emunix.emich.edu (Stewart Tame) Subject: REPOST: Death In June discography Message-ID: <1ujrfc$aqq@zip.eecs.umich.edu> Date: 3 Jun 1993 03:34:04 GMT Organization: Eastern Michigan University Lines: 471 Okay, here's the Death In June discography as it currently stands. Obviously I'd like to fill in some of the gaping holes so any info people can provide would be appreciated. Next time I have a chance to get to a record store I'll try and see if I can get any info out of them but I think I already have most, if not all, of the in-print stuff. People who don't care about a DIJ discog should hit 'n' now. -- Stewart "has too much spare time" Tame THE DEATH IN JUNE DISCOGRAPHY put together by Stewart Tame (stame@emunix.emich.edu) Version 1.2 (Last revised May 21, 1993) Background: Death In June is Douglas P. Or so say the liner notes for the CD of _The Corn Years_. The music is remniscent of groups like Coil or Dead Can Dance. Moody, gothic, somewhat repetitive. I like it a lot. BTW, the 'P.' apparently stands for Pearce. ALBUMS: ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Brown Book 1987 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP I've never seen this album. I only know of its existence because songs from it appear on _The Corn Years_ and _The Cathedral of Tears_. I'll list them here although I'm not sure of their actual order on the album. Nor am I sure that this is all of them. Track listing: Burn Again Touch Defiles Red Dog-Black Dog Brown Book We Are the Lust (co-written with John Balance of Coil) To Drown a Rose Punishment Initiation Runes and Men Hail! The White Grain The Fog of the World ---------------------------------------------------------------- Burial 1982? ---------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP Same as above. All I know about this LP is that one track from it appears on _The Guilty Have No Past_. In the liner notes for TGHNP is says, "For the purpose of these recordings DEATH IN JUNE was Tony Wakeford, Patrick Leagas and Douglas P." The one track I know of for this LP is: Track listing: Black Radio ----------------------------------------------------------------- But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter? 1992 ----------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk New European Recordings BAD VC CD 36 Two versions of this exist. One is in the usual CD jewelbox and the other is in a cardboard folder with an all white cover and gold, embossed lettering with the album title and DIJ logo. Performers (besides Douglas himself) include: Simon Norris and James Mannox-additional keyboards, percussion and vocals on tracks 5, 6 and 9; Campbell Finley-trumpet on tracks 3, 6 and 11; Michael Cashmore-lead guitar and keyboards on track 8; David Tibet-lead vocals tracks 5 and 10, backing vocals on tracks 7, 9 and 12. Lyrics to all songs are included in the liner notes. German, Italian and French translations are provided. David Tibet appears courtesy of Current 93. Track listing: Death Is the Martyr of Beauty He's Disabled The Mourner's Bench Because of Him Daedalus Rising (Words: David Tibet, Music: Douglas P.) Little Black Angel The Golden Wedding of Sorrow The Giddy Edge of Light (Words: Douglas P., Music: Michael Cashmore) Ku Ku Ku This is Not Paradise (Words: David Tibet and Andrew King, Music: Douglas P.) Hollows of Devotion But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Cathedral of Tears 1991? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk New European Recordings BAD VC CD 34 Most of the songs from this one originally appeared on _The World That Summer_ or _Brown Book_. However, the title track is credited in the liner notes as "recorded 'live' at Bar Maldoror, London 29th May, 1991." Personnel for that track at least were Douglas P., David Tibet and James Mannox. Lyrics to most of the songs appear in the liner notes. David Tibet is also a member of Current 93. Track listing: (*'s denote songs that are new with this recording. All others appear on other DIJ albums as well.) Brown Book (re-read) * Burn Again Death of a Man Rule Again (Instrumental) Touch Defiles Hidden Among the Leaves Red Dog-Black Dog Blood Victory (Instrumental) Brown Book Cathedral of Tears * Blood Victory (credited to "Death In June-David Tibet") -------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Corn Years 1989? -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk New European Recordings BAD VC CD 7 These tracks originally appeared on _The World That Summer_, _Brown Book_ and _Nada!_. Studio personnel (besides Douglas P.) were David Tibet, Rose McDowall, Andrea James, Gary Carey, Bee, John Balance, Jan O', David Tiffen and J.R.P. This CD is "Dedicated to the memory of Michael Smith who died on 20th January 1989." Lyrics to most songs are in the liner notes. David Tibet is also in Current 93 and John Balance is a member of Coil. Track listing: (*'s denote songs that are new with this disk. +'s denote re-recordings.) Heilige! * Torture by Roses Love Murder + Zimmerit * We Are the Lust (co-written with John Balance of Coil) To Drown a Rose Break the Black Ice (by David Tibet) + Behind the Rose (Fields of Rape) (by David Tibet) + Punishment Initiation Rocking Horse Night (by David Tibet) Break the Black Ice (Instrumental) Runes and Men Rule Again (by David Tibet) + Hail! The White Grain Blood of Winter The Fog of the World Europa: the Gates of Heaven * Come Before Christ and Murder Love ----------------------------------------------------------------------- The Guilty Have No Past 1984? ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk New European Recordings BAD VC CD 3 Some of the tracks on this disk originally appeared on the LPs _The Guilty Have No Pride_ and _Burial_. Release date for this CD is unknown but "all tracks were recorded between 1981-83." For the purpose of this recording DIJ was Tony Wakeford, Patrick Leagas and Douglas P. Track listing: (*'s denote songs that are new with this disk.) State Laughter * Heaven Street (Mk II) All Alone in Her Nirvana Nation In the Night Time * We Drive East * Holy Water * Heaven Street * The Guilty Have No Pride Till the Living Flesh Is Burned Nothing Changes Black Radio ----------------------------------------------------------------- The Guilty Have No Pride 1983? ----------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP Nothing is known about this album except for the track listing and the lineup (Douglas P., Tony Wakeford and Patrick Leagas.) The tracks that I know of were re-released on _The Guilty Have No Past_. I don't know if any more tracks were on the album or not. Track listing: Heaven Street (Mk II) All Alone In Her Nirvana Nation The Guilty Have No Pride Till the Living Flesh Is Burned Nothing Changes -------------------------------------------------------------------- Lesson 1: Misanthropy -------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP This allegedly exists. Nothing is known about it other than the title. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Nada! 1985? ------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP and Compact Disk CD: New European Recordings BAD VC CD 13 All songs were written and recorded 1984-85. For this album DIJ were Douglas P., Patrick Leagas and Richard Butler. Someone called "Tibet 93" is listed as a "special collaborator." I think this is David Tibet of Current 93. The CD version of this album (the only one I've seen) includes 4 bonus tracks. Lyrics to all songs are included in the liner notes, though the lyrics to "Crush My Love" appear under the heading "Crush My Soul." A remix of "Behind the Rose (Fields of Rape)" appears on _The Corn Years_. Track listing: (*'s denote CD bonus tracks.) The Torture Garden (DIJ/Tibet 93) * Last Farewell * The Calling * Doubt to Nothing * The Honour of Silence The Calling (Mk II) Leper Lord (DIJ/Tibet 93) Rain of Despair Foretold Behind the Rose (Fields of Rape) (DIJ/Tibet 93) She Said Destroy (DIJ/Tibet 93) Carousel C'est Un Reve Crush My Love -------------------------------------------------------------------- Night and Fog -------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP Again, all I know about this one is the fact that it allegedly exists. That and the fact that it's supposed to be "an official bootleg." --------------------------------------------------------------------- Oh How We Laughed 1983? --------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: LP and Compact Disk LP: EYAS Media EYAS 011 CD: EYAS Media EYAS 1013 I think this may be a bootleg. The songs were all recorded live although the crowd noises have been carefully cut off at the ends of the songs. All of the songs appear (in studio versions) on _The Guilty Have No Past_. I don't have a CD player handy at the moment so I can't match up bootleg titles with the real ones. I'll try to have this corrected on future versions of this discography. Track listing: Knives Nirvana ("All Alone In Her Nirvana" from TGHNP) Heaven Street Nothing Changes Nation Holy Water State Laughter In the Nightime [sic] We Drive East How We Laughed ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Something Is Coming 1993? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Format: Compact Disk (double) This allegedly exists. I've not seen it though. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Wall of Sacrifice 1989 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Format: LP and Compact Disk CD: New European Recordings BAD VC CD 88 The LP was a limited edition. All songs on the album appear on the CD. For this album personnel were: Douglas P., David Tibet, Rose McDowall, Boyd Rice, Nikolas Schreck, Andrea James and Jan O'. Lyrics to all songs appear in the liner notes. Boyd Rice has also released recordings, both as himself and as Non. And of course David Tibet is in Current 93. Track listing: The Wall of Sacrifice Giddy Giddy Carousel Heilige Leben Fall Apart (with David Tibet) Bring in the Night (with Boyd Rice) In Sacrilege Hullo Angel (with David Tibet) Death Is a Drummer ------------------------------------------------------------------------- The World That Summer 1986 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Double LP All I know about this one is that songs from it appear on _Cathedral of Tears_ and _The Corn Years_. The track listing --as a result--may be incomplete. Remixes of "Love Murder", "Break the Black Ice" and "Rule Again" appear on TCY. Track listing: Death of a Man Rule Again (Instrumental) Hidden Among the Leaves Blood Victory (Instrumental) Blood Victory (DIJ/ David Tibet) Torture By Roses Love Murder Break the Black Ice (DIJ/ David Tibet) Rocking Horse Night (DIJ/ David Tibet) Break the Black Ice (Instrumental) Rule Again (DIJ/David Tibet) Blood of Winter Come Before Christ and Murder Love ----------------------------------------------------------------------- SINGLES: ----------------------------------------------------------------------- . . . And Murder Love ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: 7" single This allegedly exists. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Born Again ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: 12" picture disk This allegedly exists. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Cathedral of Tears 1991? ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Format: 12" single This allegedly exists. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Come Before Christ and Murder Love ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: 12" single This allegedly exists. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1888 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: 12" single This allegedly exists. It's supposed to be one half DIJ and one half Current 93. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Paradise Rising 1992 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk New European Recordings BAD VC CD 63 Remixes from _But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter?_. That assumes, of course, that merely recording the same song with the lyrics translated into a foreign language counts as a remix. Personnel were Douglas P., David Tibet, James Mannox and Simon Norris. David Tibet is a member of Current 93. Track listing: This Is Not Paradise Ceci N'est Pas Paradis O Paradis . . . Daedalus Brise Daedalus Falling Daedalus Est Tombe Du Nouvel Age ------------------------------------------------------------------------ To Drown a Rose ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Format: 10" single This allegedly exists. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ COMPILATIONS: ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sacred War 1990 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Format: Compact Disk Gymnastic Records GYM 205 The tracks included on this disk by DIJ are remixes of "Giddy Giddy Carousel" and "Fall Apart." The original versions of both songs appear on _The Wall of Sacrifice_. Other bands on the disk include Non, Sol Invictus, Yeht Mae and Anton Lavey. Interesting trivia: as well as the two DIJ tracks, Douglas P. is also given an instrumental credit on the Non track ("Total War"). **************************************************************************** I understand it's obligatory to mention Kibo somewhere in one's postings. **************************************************************************** Email: stame@emunix.emich.edu **************************************************************************** Disclaimer: Eastern Michigan University and all employees thereof fully agree with my opinions. The Easter Bunny told me so. **************************************************************************** "Dear diary, today I ditched the wife and kids and discovered the grisly pleasure of necrophilia." -- The Dysfunctional Family Circus

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