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EMERSON, LILLY AND QUAFFER - 1991-03-13 - STICKTWINS



EMERSON, LILLY AND QUAFFER
"COCTEAU TWINS TIMES STICKDOG PLUS SKINNY PUPPY FROM MADCHESTER EQUALS STICK TWINS"
March, 1991
recorded in my basement, with Christine The Ghetto Blaster Of Death

Raymond Lilly - guitar
Michael Emerson Million - bass & drums toward the end
Ian Christian Quaffer Stewart - drums & bass toward the end

1. Prequel
2. Crucifliction
3. Promising
4. Preceding
5. That Particular
6. Hurdy Hur Hur
7. Trashy Glimmer
8. Integer
9. Feedback & Screaming
10. Fortuitous Tapeflip
11. Once More, Backwards
12. Power The Fight
13. Girls Are Better At Tetris (including Dischord)
14. Dischord
15. You Gots To Simplify!
16. Whatever You Got, Just Bring It
17. It's That One Thing, You Know
18. Already Got The Next One (including Spasmolytic)

81 minutes total
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Emerson, Lilly and Quaffer - Stick Twins

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