David J – Radio Sessions CD 3

This is a follow-up to my David J radio sessions compilation CDs including several recent sessions to promote his great upcoming double album Vagabond Songs and few leftovers from An Eclipse of Ships era and a real rarity from 1990.

01, Little Star 2:04
02, National Anthem Of Nowhere
4:07
03, Hot Sheet Hotel
3:49
04, The You Of Yesteryear
5:00
05, Hot Sheet Hotel
2:57
06, Almost a Menage a Trois
2:38
07, The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
4:17
08, Almost a Menage a Trois – conclusion
0:52
09, Goth Girls In Southern California
4:47
10, In The Wake Of Lady Blue
2:58
11, The Day That David Bowie Died
5:05
12, The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
w/ Johnette Napolitano 5:37
13, Tower Of Song
w/ Johnette Napolitano 4:45
14, The Day That David Bowie Died
4:59
15, In The Wake Of Lady Blue
2:58
16, Vezuvio’s Window
3:48
17, The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
5:13
18, In The Wake Of Lady Blue
3:05
19, The Dog-End Of A Day Gone By
5:06
20, The Day That David Bowie Died
– incomplete 2:22

Total running time : 01:16:51

Track 01-02 : 1990 KCRW Snap
Track 03-04 : 2014-05-01 Sirius Xm
Track 05-08 : 2014-05-24 Afternoon Delight, 90.9 FM KRCL
Track 09-13 : 2017-04-17 The Mint, Hunnypot Radio
Track 14-17 : 2017-04-27 Where the music matters, KEXP-ORG 90-3FM
Track 18-20 : 2017-05-03 Music Middays w/ Doug Jayne, Studio A, KRCB Radio

The Happening – 1984

The Happening zine

September: (1st) David displays self-made collages as his contribution to ‘The Happening’ a multi-media event created by Barry Hale and Mitch Jenkins held once again at The Derngate in Northampton as well as playing a set with The Jazz Butcher Group. Kevin Haskins and Daniel Ash contribute proto-Bubblemen wall paintings. David additionally contributes (along with Alan Moore) three pages to the events associated fanzine. Also included with the pages of the zine is a feature written by The Wigmore Society…aka The Jazz Butcher.
David J Timeline (c) Andrew J Brooksbank

‘The Happening’ art magazine was limited to 100 copies, each copy had been numbered individually and came in a large A4 sized envelope. Contributors to the magazine were Alex Novak, Terence Walpole, Barry Hale, Pat Fish, Tim Perkins, Mitch Jenkins, David J and Alan Moore.

  • Alex Novak had 3 promo pages about his band Religious Overdose and Attrition (including a detailed Attrition discography).
  • Terence Walpole had 2 pages with drawings and a poem called ‘In Time All Must Return To The One’
  • Barry Hale had 3 pages including one with title ‘The Doris Day Story’ and another with stills from ‘Jesus Sutcliffe’ – one of a series of 5 second films from CSAWZA
  • Mitch Jenkins had a pages with a photo entitled ‘Homme Fatale’ and series of photos entitled ‘For The Love of Tea’.
  • David J had 3 pages of ‘Sabotaged Sheets’ cuttings / collages.  Some of his ‘Sabotaged Sheets’ were shown recently at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco as part of Wall of Sound exhibition.
  • Alan Moore contributed with 2 pages of an otherwise unavailable piece called ‘An Excerpt From Alan Moore’s America – An Impossibly Rich Celebrity’s Guide’. This piece describes his way back to Kennedy airport on the last day of his American visit.  There was an article published with same title, ‘An Impossibly Rich Celebrity’s Guide’ in Escape Magazine #6 the same year which had just a few lines about the events described here in detail.
  • Tim Perkins contributed one (or two) page(s) to the zine. He also did music score for a thematic Audio6-Visual6 series, one 2 min. video piece entitled “Facade part 7” that had been screened at the event. Score comprised songs like “Sticky Buns from Hell“, “Perverse Chick”, “Death of a Nation” and “Drug store sex”.
  • The Jazz Butcher (Pat Fish) also contributed a 2 pages piece called ‘Soviet Intelligence And The Secrets Of Invisibility – from the current concerns desk of the Wigmore Organisation’. (Thanks to Andrew J Brooksbank for information)
  • The Happening envelope also contains a copy of Time Devours / Stranded In The City 7″ by Trance

It’s pretty interesting to see how  contributors crossed paths after ‘The Happening’ event, see later Emperors of Ice Cream (Alan Moore and Tim Perkins), The Moon and Serpent Grand Egyptian Theatre of Marvels (Alan Moore, David J, Tim Perkins), Show Pieces (Alan Moore / Mitch Jenkins), recordings of London/Trampling Tokyo (Alan Moore / Pat Fish), various photo sessions for David J / Love And Rockets / The Jazz Butcher  albums by Mitch Jenkins, production of Love and Rockets video ‘ The Haunted Fish Tank’ by Barry Hale etc.

M.C. Nightshade And The Theatre Bizarre Orchestra

Carpe Noctem is available on CD now!

Carpe Noctem

My Carpe Noctem collection

  • Deluxe LP edition (limited to 100 copies)
    • Numbered limited edition print, signed by John Dunivant
    • LP, numbered & signed by David J, John Dunivant and Joshua James
    • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • Try your luck LP edition (limited to 400 copies)
    • LP, numbered & signed by David J and Joshua James
    • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • CD – Indiego edition
    • CD album, signed by David J
    • Thank-you card signed by David J
  • Bela Lugosi’s Dead / St. James Infirmary 7″ single
  • Theatre Bizarre 2015 promo card signed by David J
  • Theatre Bizarre 2016 promo card

The Sinister Ducks (1979-1983)

Edited 02/06/2017

1979

„We’d been doing things, working together, when Bauhaus was going. There used to be an event called the Deadly Fun Hippodrome that he was partly behind. It was a little like a mad anarchic surrealist cabaret. There’s another guy called Pickle who was heavily involved in that, who later formed a band called the Mystery Guests. All the eccentric artists in Northampton would crawl out of the woodwork and turn up for this event. It’d be great. A lot of cross-fertilization going on. It was held in an old Edwardian pavilion in the middle of the Northampton race course, the old racetrack. It was an ideal old haunted ballroom.”
David J, LA Weekly interview w/ Jay Babcock

The DFH was held on Saturday lunchtimes at the Racecourse Pavilion in Northampton. There were Super 8 cartoons every week and a couple of bands. I think Bauhaus did the first one and then got too big to play for the zero pounds guaranteed fee i was able to offer. As Alan says, most of my promotions at this time were financial suicide. But then so was Woodstock! The whole series ended suddenly when a water pipe burst during one of the gigs and caused flooding damage in the tens of thousands.
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

1979 summer
„The Sinister Ducks first waddled into the limelight early one Saturday afternoon in the Summer of 1979. Local new wave compoposer, entrepreneur, and Adolf Hitler lookalike Mr. Liquorice had arranged a number of lunchtime cabaret sessions which were held in a crumbling Edwardian pavilion when the sun was at its highest and the audience figures at their lowest. Combining local New Wave or Hardcore bands with vintage Augie Dawgie cartoons, this venture operated under the alluring title of „The Deadly Fun Hippodrome”, and over the single summer of its brief duration it built up a loyal audience of, literally, dozens. One one particular occasion, when the support for the band The Shapes had failed to turn up, Mr. Liquorice asked me if I could possibly form a super-group and be on stage int en minutes time. Being pretty drunk, this seemed to me a viable proposition. If I took four minutes carefully hand-picking the correct musical personnel and two minutes writing a modest twenty-minute set, this would allow almost a full one hundred and twenty seconds for rehersal. I agreed, and ten minutes later the Sinister Ducks took the stage. Other than myself, these included Bauhaus bassist David J., saxophonist Max Akropolis from the ska band ARMY, and singer-guitarist Grant Series of Birmingham’s D-Go-Tees. The audience, muddled by glue fumes though they were, were roused to a slouching ovation by a tight and professional set that included David J. reading extracts from that morning’s paper and a heart-breaking rendition of the incomprehensible ’Debbie’s Gloss’ by Grant Series on a bass guitar and half an amplifier. Reeling from this fabulous reception and concerned lest we should peak too soon we did nothing for the next two years.”
Critter #23, Animals Rock n Roll – Alan Moore, Northampton 1987

After reading the account of the Sinister Ducks outing, I can safely say that whenever they played, it wasn’t with us. Im pretty sure we would have remembered that !
Garet Holder (The Shapes)

I was at the Deadly Fun Hippodrome but don’t remember whether they played or not. I was playing with my band the De-Go-Tees and may well have been backstage at the time. Debbie’s Gloss was one of my songs for the De-GoTees (Grant Series being my alter-ego at the time). I may have a demo of it somewhere, but the main lyric was: ’I’m mad about the motion of Debbie’s Gloss.’ I certainly don’t recall the Ducks ever playing it … the line up was: Grant Series (Gtr, vocs), Alex Green (sax) David Hunt (BS) Geoff Webb (drs). We were supporting Bauhaus 1919.
Glyn Bush

„Around 1979 Mr. Liquorice started an afternoon venue for live music and old Augie Dawgie cartoons, known picturesquely as the Deadly Fun Hippodrome. Financially it was utter suicide, but we had a lot of fun. It lasted until one of the visiting punk bands ripped out all the water pipes in the ladies’ toilets, presumably as some sort of protest against the dehumanising futility of contemporary society. Anyway, during the Hippodrome’s existence the level of organization had a kind of freewheeling Marx Brothers tendency. I suppose this was our ‘Cavern’ period. That first line-up included myself, saxophonist Max Akropolis, Dave J. from Bauhaus and Glynn Bush from Birmingham’s D-Go-Tees, who happened to be passing through town that particular lunch hour. After this first half-hour performance, we decided to follow the proven example of David Bowie and maintain an aloof, inaccessible silence. This period of withdrawal from the public eye lasted for about two years, during which we didn’t rehearse or even speak to each other. „
Alan Moore, Zig Zag article (Jun 84)

„Even though Bauhaus took up most of his time, J still found time for external collaborations. He worked with one of the original Bauhaus artists, Rene Halkett and an accident led to forming a ramshackle outfit with Moore called the Sinister Ducks. “We put them together on the spot,” recalls Moore. “There was a string of gigs at a local Victorian Pavilion that a very eccentric and brilliant musician Dr Liquorice had decided to put on at Saturday lunchtime. There would be punk bands, local bands and vintage cartoons that he would show. It had a playschool air about it that was quite interesting. Anyway, one of these particular days the main band had not shown up so he asked me and David and a couple of other musicians if we could put something together in ten minutes and do a set. We quite liked the challenge, so I did a piece of reading with music in the background.”
Ian Shirley: Can Rock & Roll Save the World?: An Illustrated History of Music and Comics, 2005

„Surprisingly enough, things were to improve. In the summer of 79, Licquorice became an Impressario and undertook the production of several curious entertainments staged in a run-down Edwardian pavillion known as the Deadly Fun Hippodrome. During the venue’s tragically stunted lifespan it was to play host to such notables as the Shapes, Bauhaus, The D-Go-Tees and the seminal new-wave skiffle combo known as the Sinister Ducks. The cream of local Bohemia would gather on those distant, golden afternoons and gaze in childish rapture at the vintage Augie Dawgie and Daffy Duck cartoons projected during the intermissions. Sadly, this idyll was shattered by a ruptured waterpipe. Those of you who have experienced the surreal enormity of a flash flood on the upper floor of a two-storey Edwardian building will appreciate the trauma entailed in such an event. The bubble had burst. There were slugs in the lettuce of our salad days. Looking back, it seems somehow inevitable.”
Alan Moore, Sounds article, Mystery and Abomination”, 1981-08-08

1981-04-18 – Roadmender Club, Northampton

„April 18th 1981 and David has booked himself into Beck studios in Wellingborough to set two of the poems; Nothing and Armour to music he had recently composed… With the session completed he literally walked out of Beck and into Northampton’s Roadmender Club on Lady’s Lane to perform at a multi media event promoted by the enigmatic Mr Liquorice ‘The Summer Shock Special’. With Bauhaus currently on a brief hiatus having recently returned from a lengthy tour of the United States David played at this event as a member of another band. The Sinister Ducks was a part time project featuring David, comic writer Alan Moore and saxophonist Alex Green with ‘floating’ members like Glyn Bush and Bridget Enever.”
Sleeve notes for David J: Etiquette of Violance reissue CD by Andrew J. Brooksbank

„Sinister Ducks consisted of Alan, myself and Alex Green, a saxophonist. Also there was a floating member,(no pun intended!) Glynn Bush, who now is with Rockers Hi-Fi. We did two performances. Alan’s role was chief provocatueur. He came on dressed like a head waiter — penguin suit — and heavy leather motorcycle gloves. We performed the two pieces that’d we recorded, March of the Sinister Ducks and Old Gangsters Never Die. Old Gangsters Never Die being a precis of a play Alan had written right around the time of the Hippodrome. They put on plays as well. … I played guitar in a quite unconventional manner, Alex honked away upon the sax, one song the entire vocal was, we used those dolls where you pull out the string and get them to talk. We put the doll to the mike and put it through effects. That would be the vocal. Alan would stare at it with malicious intent. Experimental!”
David J, LA Weekly interview w/ Jay Babcock

„The Sinister Ducks’ first reunion performance happened at another financially doomed venture carried out under the auspices of the enterprising Liquorice, this being a one-day event known as ’Summer Shock Day’. The Duck’s lineup, expanded to include D-Go-Tee saxophonist Bridget (who used to go out with Hunt Emerson), also included a plastic Minnie Mouse doll that provided the vocal upon at least one number, the immortal ’Plastic Man Goes Nuts’. The doll’s head was detachable from its body save for a length of retractable string, which, when jerked savagely, would cause the hideous toy to utter one of six cute catch-phrases at random in between bursts of jazz so freeform that it might be better described as completely boneless.”
Critter #23, Animals Rock n Roll – Alan Moore, Northampton 1987

„In 1981 we held a reunion performance and decided we’d take longer over this one, in an effort to get everything absolutely right. Most of the material was written as far in advance as the night before, and it showed in the performance. It was that much more polished and professional. In ’83 we recorded a single, and Dave took it to the people at Beggar’s Banquet. They decided to bring it out on their Situation Two label so that nobody would know they were responsible if there was any trouble.” In addition to the Sinister Ducks, Moore and David J. have also been working together on a single based on the ‘V For Vendetta’ strip. “I’ve not actually had much to do with it save for the writing, but Dave’s kept tee in touch with developments throughout, and the test pressing sounds excellent.””
Alan Moore, Zig Zag article (Jun 84)

I can only remember one or possibly two concerts – definitely the Roadmender when they did Old Gangsters Never Die. Debbie’s Gloss was one of my songs for the De-GoTees […] I think I did it solo at the Roadmender along with some tunes where I was playing a Bontempi organ.
Glyn Bush

The second Sinister Ducks’ gig was at an event i promoted called ‘The Summer Shock Special’ at the Roadmender which utilised nearly all the rooms in the building for various events and performances. Red and green food and snacks were on sale. Was also my solo debut as Mr Liquorice. Also on the bill were The Sinister Ducks,The D-Go-tees,a performance group called Living Room
Pickle (Mr. Licquorice)

I’m afraid I have a very hazy recollection of the gig. I remember the toy being played held up to the microphone, but then there was a bit of a fad for clockwork toy noises incorporated into stage events at the time. I’m not sure whether John Dowie was involved somewhere, with ‘Big Girls Blouse’, but that was possibly another occasion. Setlist? What makes you think we were that well organised?? Or rehearsed?? More go with the flow…. As for myself, I joined in with and improvised with just about anybody in those days without any prior knowledge of the content – just used my ears! Still do…
Bridget Enever

1982

Bauhaus Information Club newsletter, 1982

Bauhaus Information Club newsletter, 1982

„Although Dave J has no definite release plans, amongst other projects he plans to ‘conduct’ (ha ha) a local gig, on a local bus, to „whoever happens to be on the damn thing at the time”. He’s doing it with his spare time superstars called the „SINISTER DUCKS” who feature a stunning sinister prose vocalist who goes by the delightful name of Brilburnlouge (see MASK sleeve notes). Who is this you may ask? Little do we know, except for anonymous breathtaking phone calls received from the above, reciting „old gangsters never die” to which the sinister quadruplets back up. This being a possible single on release on 4AD.”
Bauhaus Information Club newsletter, 1982

Tranks to Flavio

‘Transport of Delight’ article. Thanks to Flavio.

The Sinister Ducks 7" RARE test pressing

The Sinister Ducks 7″ RARE test pressing

1983-07-19 – on a narrow boat, Northampton

„July  1983 the celebration of another birthday, this time his brother Kevin’s 23rd. An unusual setting for a party, aboard a canal barge on the river Nene, the primary water  in Northampton that eventually feeds into The Wash in East Anglia. Amongst those providing the entertainment that day (19th July) are a duo; The Jazz Butcher and King Rolo (the latter would shortly form The Woodentops) and The Sinister Ducks who also play a couple of numbers and it’s this performance, their third and final, that prompts David to approach his record company with the idea of The Ducks recording a single. Incidentally following this “birthday show” Kevin made a surprise appearance at Kensington’s Ad-Lib club on the 25th playing drums for The Jazz Butcher.”
Sleeve notes for David J: Etiquette of Violance reissue CD by Andrew J. Brooksbank

„…the Ducks rose to the challenge by performing for the glitterati at the birthday celebration of Bauhaus drummer Kevin Haskins, on a corroded barge sailing down the river Nene int he middle of the night.” „…they provided a cursory runthrough of their hit single ([…]) before breaking up over irreconcilable musical differences on their way back to the bar at the rear of the barge.”
Critter #23, Animals Rock n Roll – Alan Moore, Northampton 1987

It must have been a really good party as I have no recollection of it! It may have happened or it may have been confused with my wedding reception which took place on a narrow boat, on the canals surrounding Northampton. The boat was called the Saucy Sue and we had a costume wedding (all guests in fancy dress). Now Alex Green along with Pat Fish were the wedding band! So there is a connection there with Alex. But it wasn’t a Sinister Ducks performance.
Kevin Haskins

Sinister Ducks Press pack

Sinister Ducks Press pack
Thanks to Andrew J. Brooksbank

„The Single was recorded at Beck Studios in Northampton (Wellingborough). ‘March Of The Sinister Ducks’ was built up in layers on top of a basic structure of Dave’s guitar and piano. The cabaret saxophones on the choruses were augmented with kazoos played by Alan and myself. Vocals and duck effect came later. ‘Old Gangsters Never Die‘ was recorded live with us all together in the same room, I seem to recall that the version released was the third take.”
Alex Green, Apollox, 1995

„Created in 1981 by Peter Kent (initially one half of 4AD with Ivo-Watts Russel) as an alternate to Beggars Banquet and to create appeal to an ever growing indie audience Situation Two funded a Sinister Ducks single; March Of The Sinister Ducks and Old Gangsters Never Die. Built largely around David’s guitar and Alex’s piano, the saxophones were augmented by Kazoos for the chorus, played by all three with vocals and assorted duck noises for March Of… added post production. Old Gangsters Never Die was originally a soliloquy in the surrealist play Another Suburban Romance written by Alan Moore and Jamie Delano. Issued in  a special fold out sleeve with stunning artwork from Edwin Pouncy better known of course as comic scribbler Savage Pencil augmented by contributions from another comic artist Kevin O’Neil. Also included within the package was a short band member biography, albeit under pseudonyms; The Translucia Baboon for example was Alan Moore, Alex Green as Max Acropolis whilst David appears as Captain Jose De Silva. The single was released by Situation Two on the 26th of August. There were vague plans for a second e.p. but this eventually came to nothing.”
Sleeve notes for David J: Etiquette of Violance reissue CD by Andrew J. Brooksbank

„The Sinister Ducks did a few concerts and it was obvious to J that they should record a single. “It was easy. We went to Beck Studios where we did all of our Bauhaus stuff and Alan wrote the words. The ‘B’ Side – “Old Gangsters Never Die” – was part of a play that he had written that dated back to the Arts Lab before I had met him. He resurrected it and made it into a pop song and me and Alan put some music to it.” The Sinister Ducks single was released in 1983 and received some intriguing reviews. Due to Moore’s appearance, the single is quite colleetable today not only for the music – uh the lyrics go “quack, quack!” – but the delightful fine art packaging. ‘It was two way traflic — comics and music.” recalls Moore. “It has got a Kevin O’Neill cover on it. There is a rare comic strip version of Old Gangsters Never Die done by Lloyd Thatcher. There is a Savage Pencil graphic on the back, which Sav was telling me was the first time that he had drawn his subsequently popular Dirty Duck character. He got the idea fiom the Sinister Ducks.” The Sinister Ducks even performed on water at Bauhaus drummer Kevin Hawkins’ birthday party on a canal barge.”
Ian Shirley: Can Rock & Roll Save the World?: An Illustrated History of Music and Comics, 2005

Sinister Ducks promo badges

Sinister Ducks promo badges
Thanks to Andrew J. Brooksbank

Discography

The March of The Sinister Ducks 7″ single
SIT 25, Situation Two, 1983
Tracklist:

Suiside: March of The Sinister Ducks

Homiside: Old Gangsters Never Die

 

Critters #23 flexi disc
1033161ABX, F.B.I. Music & Noise, 1986
Tracklist:
Round Side: Teddy Payne & The Bluebears – Right To The Blues
Flat Side : The Sinister Ducks – March Of The Sinister Ducks

A Compilation Of Songs And Performances By Alan Moore And Friends CD
Universal / ILEX, 2011
CD accompanies the book, Alan Moore: Storyteller
Tracklist:
02, The Sinister Ducks – March Of The Sinister Ducks [2:42]
Also includes tracks by Satanic Nurses, The Emperors of Ice Cream, Alan Moore / Pat Fish etc.

David J : Etiquette of Violance reissue CD
CDBRED604, Cherry Red, 2013
Tracklist:
CD 2 / 16 : Old Gangster Never Die (remastered) [6:42]
CD 2 / 17 : March Of The Sinister Ducks (remastered) [2:41]

England Their England : Monsters Maniacs And Moore
Central TV documentary, 1987
Tracklist:
March Of The Sinister Ducks (ducks video, see below @1:30)
Old Gangster Never Die (excerpt, lip-synched performance by Alan Moore, see below @8:12)

Song list

The March of The Sinister Ducks
An original song with lyrics & lead vocals by Alan Moore. Released on 7″ single and played live.
Old Gangster Never Die
An original song with lyrics & lead vocals by Alan Moore. Released on 7″ single and played live.
Debbie’s Gloss
Regarding the Critters article it was played live at the very first Ducks gig by Grant Series (although he has no recollection of it). Also played live by the D-Go-Tees.
Plastic Man Goes Nuts
Also mentioned in the Critters article by Alan Moore. It could be an original song.
Nightflyers
An original song with lyrics & lead vocals by Alan Moore.
Last Night
An original song with lyrics & lead vocals by David J.
Poem
A spoken word piece by David J.
I Get A Kick Out Of You
An (almost) acapella cover of Frank Sinatra’s classic with lead vocals by Alan Moore.

The Dandelion Set – A Thousand Strands 1975-2015

Glyn Bush (Rockers Hi Fi, The D-Go-Tees) and PK (aka Mr. Liquorice) played together in bands like Carnelian and Stanton Walgrave and wrote music for Alan Moore’s Another Suburban Romance in the ’70s. Now they are together again under the name of The Dandelion Set (also featuring Sam Coppen on clarinet, alto sax and vocals) and their debut album is available to pre-order from Buried Treasure.

The longplayer has tracks from their 2013 EP, some new tunes and never-heard-before music from Another Suburban Romance play. This tracks were recorded from the original sheet music with lyrics provided by Alan Moore who also wrote sleeve notes and featured in ‘Judy Switched Off the TV’.

 

Live version of ‘Dark Doorway Launderettes’ (aka The Whore’s Poem) from the very first The Dandelion Set gig.

 

 

David J – Online tracks compiltion

Here is a list of David J tracks I have collected from (mostly) online sources over the years.

Various rarities

01, Gospel According To Fear – Extended 1983
taken from ‘Bethel’ tape 1983
02, Can’t Get Used to Losing You – demo 1978
taken from Dreams And Desires tape 1984
03, Fear Is A Mans Best Friend – Kingston Poly 1983
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
04, Falling In Love Again – Missives From The Burning Stage
taken from David J’s Myspace page
05, Straight To Hell – Live 2007
taken from David J’s Myspace page
06, Men Leave (featuring Anthony) WNYU radio (better quality) 2002
taken from David J’s Myspace page
07, Strange Attractor – Sleaze – The Unperceived Image 7″ 2007
taken from David J Myspace page
08, Spalding Gray Can’t Swimm – George Sarah – Who Sleep The Sleep Of Peace CD 2012
taken from David J’s Myspace page 2007
09, Evocations – Extended
taken from Three Myspace page
10, See Saw Sky – Unreleased
taken from Three Myspace page
11, Phantom Quartz – Unreleased – Gem Hall sessions for the Sonic Scenery event
taken from Three Myspace page
12, Being Boring – Very Introspective, Actually: A Tribute To The Pet Shop Boys CD 2001
13, Pilgrims, Martyres And Saints – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
14, I’ll Be Your Chauffeur – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
15, My Life In Art – KXLU 2002
taken from http://davidjonline.com
16, Angel David – Jarboe – The Men Album 2005
17, Boulvard Of Broken Dreams – Live 2009
taken from David J’s Myspace page
18, Who Killed Mr Moonlight (with The Upsidedown) – Live on 2004-08-14 at the Ohm in Portland, Oregon
audio taken from live video from http://www.theupsidedown.com
19, The Moog – The Passion of Lovers (with David J)
taken from You Raised A Vampire 7″ 2009
20, Time – Live – The Epicentre, San Diego, CA 2006-04-18
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
21, The Trees In Silence Sing
taken from http://davidjonline.com
22, Empathy
taken from http://davidjonline.com
23, Journey To The End of Faith
taken from http://davidjonline.com
24, Crocodile Tears And Velvet Cosh – Live – 2001-05-23 – Garage, London, England, UK
audio taken from live video from http://davidjonline.com
25, The Bottle, The Book or The Dollar Bill – David J & The Glossines – The Bottle, The Book or The Dollar Bill 7″
taken from David J’s Myspace page
26, 2000 Light Years From Gold Street – Demo
taken from Dodgem Logic bonus CD – Nation Of Saints – 50 Years Of Northampton Music 2008
27, Girl On Fire – Demo 2007
taken from http://davidjonline.com (www.myspace.com/ediegirlonfire, http://www.edienation.com)
28, Silver For Gold – Demo 2007
taken from Silver For Gold Myspace page
29, Memphis Ghosts – Candy On The Cross B-Side 1992
taken from David J’s Myspace page
30, This Town – Fingers In The Greese Promo 1990
31, Holiday On The Moon – Live – 2002-02-26 – Goldfingers, Los Angeles, CA, US
audio taken from (low quality) ‘Direct your own David J video’ application from http://davidjonline.com 2002
32, Fingers In The Grease – Remix – Fingers In The Greese Promo 1990
taken from http://davidjonline.com
33, Devils Muse – demo 2005
34, Black Dahlia Theme – instrumental 2005
35, Dagger In The Well – Home demo – “Recorded live, one mic, one take” 2004
taken from http://davidjonline.com
36, Who Killed Mr Moonlight – Live – 2001-05-23 – Garage, London, England, UK
audio taken from Estranged preview / Upstairs London 2001 DVD from http://davidjonline.com
37, Guitar Man – Instrumental part
audio taken from Estranged preview / Upstairs London 2001 DVD from http://davidjonline.com
38, Golden Hair (with Vinsantos) – A Light Awake Inside CD 2008
39, Hank Williams To The Angels Of Death w/Marcelo Radulovich – digital single 2008
taken from David J’s Myspace page
40, Bloodsucker Blues – Blood Sucker Blues 7″ 2010
a – pre-release radio premiere – incomplete – 2010-01-05 – Neat Neat Noise radio show
b – full pre-release version taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page
https://soundcloud.com/fdaallday/sets/david-j-shok-tidal-wave-bloodsucker-ep-2010-oct-2nd
41, Tidal Wave of Blood – Blood Sucker Blues 7″ 2010
pre-release version taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page
42, Take You Deep – Tres Vampires (Johnette Napolitano, David J. & Shok)
taken from Tres Vampires MySpace page
43, Time – .2 Contamination: A Tribute To David Bowie
44, Babai – Clorofila (backing vocal by David J) – Corridos Urbanos CD 2010
45, Loraca’s Death – Not Long For This World (Vinyl Version) 2011
46, Mexican Drugstore (unreleased mix) – Panóptica – Ahora Yo a Ti 2005
47, Desierto – David J & Pepe Mogt 2008
taken from Pepe Mogt’s Soundcloud page
48, New York I Love You But You Bringing Me Down – Mix 1 – LCD Soundsystem cover 2009
taken from David J’s Myspace page
49, Don’t Block My View – Grab A Shadow – acetate 1975
taken from David J’s Myspace page
50, Song To The Siren – Tim Buckley cover
taken from David J’s ReverbNation page 2014
51, All The Girls I Never Kissed – Frank Sinatra cover
taken from David J’s Bandcamp page 2014
52, Ghosts Are People Too – Five Beats One EP 2011
taken from 2011-10-07 – Scream For Peace radio show
53, Blood Bound – Tres Vampires(Johnette Napolitano, David J. & Shok)
taken from Shok’s Soundcloud page 2014
54, New York Telephone Conversation – Lou Reed cover
taken from David J’s ReverbNation page 2014
55, Blue Hour In Berlin – demo Dortmund 2014
Kickstarter download
56, Bela Lugosi’s Dead (Undead is Forever) 2013
digital download
57, Almost a Menage a Trois 2014
digital download from David J’s Bandcamp page
58, Who Killed Mr Moonlight – acoustic 2014
taken from David J’s Bandcamp page
59, The Corridor – Strange Attractor (feat. David J)

Tracks from the attic
Outakes, demos & rarities (1985 – 2005)

01 – The Carnival Is In Town (1985)
02 – The Shadow (1985)
03 – The Letting Of The Blood (1985)
04 – Endless Sleep (1987)
05 – Vincent In The Flames (1988)
06 – The Man In the Moon (KCRW radio session) (1989)
07 – Bomber’s Moon (1990)
08 – Loner (1990)
09 – The Bottle, The Book And The Dollar Bill (demo)(1990)
10 – Some Big City (demo) (1990)
11 – South Side Blues Blues (out take) (1990)
12 – Some Things Last A Long Time (cassette demo)(1990)
13 – Shelf Life (demo) (1990)
14 – Playboy Mansion (demo) (1990)
15 – Saint Petersburg, October ‘69 (out take)(1990)
16 – Spaceball Ricochet (1990)
17 – Before Positive Was Negative (demo)(1990)
18 – The Most Beautiful Girls In The World (demo) (1991)
19 – Metaphorical Love Song (1991)
20 – A Passport And No Tears (1991)
21 – Oh No, Not Another Song Writer! (demo) (1991)
22 – The Song Is Dead (demo) (1991)
23 – Betty’s Diner (1993)
24 – 2000 Light Years From Gold Street ( cassette demo ) ( 1998 )
25 – Y.S.L. ( 1993 )
26 – California ( Have A Nice Apocalypse! ) ( 1994 )
27 – Out Of Saint Petersburg ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
28 – Stole From The Storm ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
29 – At This Kind Of Wedding ( demo for a movie ) ( 2002 )
30 – Men Leave ( WNYU radio session ) ( 2002 )
31 – Mickey Rourke Blues ( WNYU radio session ) ( 2002 )
32 – Damascus ( 2003 )
33 – Albino Dog (2003)
34 – ‘Feel Like Robert Johnson (2003)
35 – Albino Dog (demo)(2003)
36 – Cure For Pain ( 2007 )
37 – Dagger In The Well ( For Elliot Smith ) ( 2003 )
38 – Ascension ( 2003 )
39 – Pseudo 17 ( demo ) ( 2004 )
40 – Smashed Princess ( demo ) ( 1990 )
41 – Life In Laralay ( 2007 )

List of live shows

updated: 2016-08-07

Bauhaus

audio

1979-03-03 Racecourse Pavillion, Northampton, UK Audience/ G
1980 Newsbeat, UK (BBC Radio 1) interview
1980-01-03 John Peel Show (BBC Radio), UK Radio, FM / Ex Stereo
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 1
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 2
1980-01-18 Music Machine, London, UK I. – version 3
1980-01-30 Billy’s Night Club, London, UK
1980-02-01 College of Further Education, Luton, UK – version 1
1980-02-01 College of Further Education, Luton, UK – version 2
1980-02-13 Rockgarden, London, UK
1980-03-07 Porchester Hall, London, UK
1980-03-27 Ratter, Moers, Germany longer but incomp. version of Oki Doki –
1980-03-29 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany I. – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1980-03-29 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany I. – version 2 wrong song order, mislabeled as ‘Berlin Metropol’
1980-04-03 Oki Doki Club, Dusseldorf, Germany incomplete show
1980-04-06 Lantaarn Club, Rotterdam, Holland – version 1
1980-04-06 Lantaarn Club, Rotterdam, Holland – version 2
1980-04-10 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK I.
1980-04-29 Mountford Hall, Liverpool, UK
1980-05-01 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK II. – version 1 mislabeled as ‘Electric Ballroom’.
1980-05-01 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK II. – version 2
1980-05-10 Surrey University, Guildford, UK – version 1
1980-05-10 Surrey University, Guildford, UK – version 2
1980-05-15 Moonlight Club, London, UK – version 1 non-indexed version
1980-05-15 Moonlight Club, London, UK – version 2 indexed version, master audience recording
1980-05-22 Rotterdam ??? wrong date/venue ???
1980-06-26 Music Machine, London, UK II.
1980-08-11 Bela Lugosi E.M.010, Scamps, Oxford
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 1
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 2
1980-08-11 Scamps Disco, Oxford, UK – version 3 – full
1980-08-12 Routes, Exeter, UK 4 songs
1980-08-14 Ad-Libs, Nottingham, UK
1980-08-17 Valentinos, Edinburgh, UK
1980-08-20 Rafters, Manchester, UK I.
1980-08-21 Fan Club, Leeds, UK Plays slow in places
1980-09-09 Chicago, Space Place, US
1980-10-15 Granary, Bristol, UK – Genuine version
1980-10-22 Rafters, Manchester, UK II.
1980-10-23 Ajenta, Derby, UK – version 1
1980-10-23 Ajenta, Derby, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – same rec. as version 1
1980-10-26 Opera House, Northampton, UK – version 1
1980-10-26 Opera House, Northampton, UK – version 2 mislabeled as Granary, Bristol 80-10-15!!!
1980-10-31 University of London, UK – full version
1980-10-31 University, London, UK
1980-11-20 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands I.
1980-11-21 Effenar, Eindhoven, Holland
1980-11-25 Ratinger Hof, Düsseldorf, Germany – version 1 Soundboard tape, some static noise
1980-11-25 Ratinger Hof, Düsseldorf, Germany – version 2 aka Rockpalast Fest, Essen 1980-11-17 –
1980-11-26 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany II. – version 1
1980-11-26 SO36 Club, Berlin, Germany II. – version 2
1980-11-28 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland I. – version 1
1980-11-28 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland I. – version 2
1980-12-17 The Venue, London, UK
1981 Mask Demos Original recordings for album ‘Mask’
1981 Unreleased LP Original ‘Mask’ recordings (different source)
1981-02-25 Omnis, Philapelphia, US
1981-03-04 The Edge, Toronto, Canada – version 1
1981-03-04 The Edge, Toronto, Canada – version 2
1981-03-06 Bookies, Detroit, US
1981-03-12 New York Bandstand
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 1 different rec.
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 2 master (D) – different rec.
1981-03-30 Heaven, London UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-05-22 Bedford Square, London, UK
1981-06-17 University, Newcastle, UK
1981-06-18 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK I.
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 1 (incomplete)
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 2 (full) Entitled as ‘In Fear of Rot’ – same rec. as version 1
1981-06-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK I. – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-06-20 Friars, Aylesbury, UK I.
1981-06-21 Jenkinsons, Brighton, UK
1981-06-23 Tiffany’s Ballroom, Leeds, UK – version 1 listed as 06/26
1981-06-23 Tiffany’s Ballroom, Leeds, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-06-24 Top Rank, Reading, UK
1981-06-25 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK III.
1981-06-27 Corn Exchange , Cambridge, UK TB aud master 2013
1981-07-17 Electra Festival, Bologna, Italy
1981-09-03 Nite Club, Edinburg, UK – version 1
1981-09-03 Nite Club, Edinburg, UK – version 2 MASTER
1981-09-05 Futurama Festival, Bingley Hall, Stafford, UK I. Audience / VG Stereo
1981-09-26 Dayz Of Future Past Festival, Queen’s Hall, Leeds, UK – version 2
1981-09-26 Daze of Future Past Festival, Queens Hall, Leeds, UK – version 1 wrong track separation,
1981-10-22 University, Reading, UK
1981-10-23 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK I. – version 1
1981-10-23 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK I. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – same rec. as version 1
1981-10-24 University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK I.
1981-10-25 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK I.
1981-10-27 Locarno, Birmingham, UK I.
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 2 mislabeled as ‘Futurama Festival 1981-09-05’ – same rec. as version 1
1981-10-28 Fagins, Machester, UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1981-10-30 University, Lancaster, UK
1981-10-31 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK II.
1981-11-02 Top Rank, Brighton, UK
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 1 diff rec.
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 2 diff rec.
1981-11-07 Rock City, Nottingham, UK II. – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1981-11-09 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK I.
1981-11-10 Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK I. no encore
1981-11-21 Trojan Horse, Den Hague, Holland II. 3 unreleased songs,
1981-11-22 Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands II. 2 unreleased songs,
1981-11-24 Doornroosje, Nijmegan, Holland – version 1
1981-11-24 Doornroosje, Nijmegan, Holland – version 2 Recorded and broadcasted by VPRO radio
1981-11-25 Lorre, Delft, Holland – version 1 Mixer / VG Stereo
1981-11-25 Lorre, Delft, Holland – version 2 wrong track separation,
1981-11-26 Vera, Groningen, Holland
1981-11-28 Wartburg Club, Wiesbanden, Germany – version 1
1981-11-28 Wartburg Club, Wiesbanden, Germany – version 2 MASTER
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – 1st gen 1st gen
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – 4th gen 4th gen
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – incomplete version mislabeled as ‘Moerst Aratta 1980-10-25’
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – version 1 – full
1981-11-30 Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany – version 2 full version, better quality
1981-12-03 Le Rose Bon Bon, Paris, France
1981-12-11 Assembly Hall, Walthamstow, UK – CD 1
1981-12-11 Assembly Hall, Walthamstow, UK – CD 2
1982-02 Riverside BBC 2
1982-02 Riverside – different source BBC 2
1982-02-20 Lings Forum, Northampton, UK The Mask Ball,
1982-02-24 Old Vic Theatre, London, UK – version 1 audience recording
1982-02-24 Old Vic Theatre, London, UK – version 2 speed corrected version
1982-02-28 Rotters, Manchester, UK
1982-03-27 Rock On Show, UK BBC Radio 1
1982-04-23 Imperial Cinema, Birmingham, UK – version 1 direct copy from master tape, labeled as 82/03/22
1982-04-23 Imperial Cinema, Birmingham, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1982-04-24 University, Leicester, UK – version 1
1982-04-24 University, Leicester, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – diff rec.
1982-04-25 Tiffany’s, Leeds, UK TB AUD MASTER (2013)
1982-04-30 Teatro Garden, Messina, Sicily, Italy
1982-05-03 Odisseia 2001, Milano, Italy – version 1
1982-05-03 Odisseia 2001, Milano, Italy – version 2
1982-05-04 Bolognia Puntoacapo Club, Italy – version 2 (13 tracks)
1982-05-04 Puntoacapo Club, Bologna, Italy – version 1 (11 tracks)
1982-05-06 Tenax Club, Firenze, Italy
1982-06-11 Adelphi Theatre, London, UK – version 1
1982-06-11 Adelphi Theatre, London, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – incl. Soundcheck
1982-07-04 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK IV. Played to replace the 2nd Adelphi night
1982-08 SFX Cassettezine
1982-08-14 The Hacienda, Manchester, UK
1982-08-14 The Hacienda, Manchester, UK – version 2
1982-08-15 Tiffany’s, Glasgow, UK
1982-08-16 Coasters, Edinburgh, UK
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-10-09 Dome, Brighton, UK
1982-10-10 Locarno, Bristol, UK
1982-10-11 Arts Centre, Poole, UK incomplete,
1982-10-13 University Of East Anglia, Norwich, UK II.
1982-10-14 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK V. – version 1
1982-10-14 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK V. – version 2
1982-10-16 Friars, Aylesbury, UK II. – OK
1982-10-17 Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK II.
1982-10-18 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK II. – CD 1
1982-10-18 Civic Hall, Guildford, UK II. – CD 2
1982-10-18 Nighttime Guildford Civic Hall
1982-10-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK III. – version 1
1982-10-19 Rock City, Nottingham, UK III. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-21 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK VI. – version 1 Audience / VG Stereo
1982-10-21 Lyceum Ballroom, London, UK VI. – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 1 2 sec gaps
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 2 mislabeled as Victoria Hall, Hanley 82-10-24!!! – different rec.
1982-10-22 University, Salford, UK – version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-23 Odeon, Birmingham, UK – version 1
1982-10-23 Odeon, Birmingham, UK – version 2 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 1
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 2
1982-10-24 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK – Genuine version 3 TB AUD MASTER (2013) – different rec.(?)
1982-10-26 University, Liverpool, UK direct copy from master tape
1982-10-27 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK I.
1982-10-28 Warwick University, Coventry, UK TB aud master 2013 – incomplete
1982-10-29 Lyceum, Sheffield, UK II.
1982-10-30 University, Leeds, UK – version 1
1982-10-30 University, Leeds, UK – version 2
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 1 mislabeled as ‘Friars, Aylesbury, UK 1982-10-16’
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 2
1982-11-01 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK II. – version 3 mislabeled as ‘Tiffanys, Glasgow, UK 1982-08-15’
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1982-11-27 City Gardens, Trenton, US
1982-11-28 Marble Bar, Baltimore, US
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 1 Radio, FM / Ex Stereo
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 2 Remastered
1982-12-04 Larry’s Hideaway, Toronto, Canada – version 3
1982-12-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US – version 1
1982-12-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US – version 2
1982-12-09 Duffys, Minneapolis, US – version 1
1982-12-09 Duffys, Minneapolis, US – version 2
1982-12-15 Old Waldford Theatre, San Francisco, US – version 1 radio broadcast
1982-12-15 Old Waldford Theatre, San Francisco, US – version 2
1983-01-27 Top Of The Pops II. BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-01-27 Top Of The Pops II. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-04-13 Richard Skinner Show, UK BBC Radio 1
1983-04-14 Top Of The Pops III. BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-04-14 Top Of The Pops III. – different source BBC TV – Studio Session
1983-05-11 Radio Cité 96 interview (approx. 1 hours long)
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 1 Cité 96 Radio Broadcast
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 2 Missing 1st & incomplete last track
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 3 Full show
1983-05-12 Theatre Le Palace, Paris, France – version 4 Radio Cité 96 broadcast
1983-05-28 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan
1983-05-28 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – late show from “The First Period” bootleg
1983-06-11 Friars, Aylesbury, UK III.
1983-06-13 Top Rank, Brighton, UK – version 1
1983-06-13 Top Rank, Brighton, UK – version 2
1983-06-16 Gaumont, Southampton, UK
1983-06-18 Assembly Rooms, Derby, UK
1983-06-19 Victoria Hall, Hanley, UK
1983-06-20 Top Rank, Sheffield, UK
1983-06-21 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, UK II.
1983-06-22 Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, UK III. direct copy from master tape
1983-06-23 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK – version 1 ***
1983-06-23 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, UK – version 2
1983-06-24 City Hall, Newcastle, UK
1983-06-27 In Fear of Fear Tiffanys Glasgow & Nijmegan
1983-06-27 Tiffanys, Glasgow, UK full version
1983-06-29 Ceasers Palace, Bradford, UK
1983-07-01 Hempstead Pavilion, Hemel, UK
1983-07-02 Gaumont, Ipswich, UK – version 1
1983-07-02 Gaumont, Ipswich, UK – version 2 full & better version
1983-07-03 Locarno, Birmingham, UK II.
1983-07-04 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK III.
1983-07-04 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK III. – full full version
1983-07-05 Hammersmith Palais, London, UK IV. audience recording
1983-08-04 Riverside – Dance to Hollow Hills
1998 Álvaro Costa Portuguese radio Show – version 1
1998 Álvaro Costa Portuguese radio Show – version 2
1998 Gotham Enhanced CD
1998 Resurrection 4 track CD, mastered live recordings –
1998-07-09 Hollywood Athletic Club, Los Angeles, US
1998-08-14 The Paramount, Seattle, US missing last 6 songs
1998-08-17 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco I. – CD 1
1998-08-17 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco I. – CD 2
1998-08-18 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco II. – CD 1 several jumps & burning errors
1998-08-18 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco II. – CD 2 several jumps & burning errors
1998-08-20 91X, San Diego, US
1998-08-20 Golden Hall, San Diego, US
1998-08-23 Salt Air Pavillion, Salt Lake City, US first 2 songs missing
1998-08-26 State Theater, Minneapolis, US
1998-08-27 The Riviera, Chicago, US – audience version
1998-09-01 The Harrow East Ballroom, Rochester, US – CD1
1998-09-01 The Harrow East Ballroom, Rochester, US – CD2
1998-09-02 The Warehouse, Toronto, Canada
1998-09-03 Edge Toronto + NY webcasts
1998-09-05 Harbor Lights, Boston, US – CD1
1998-09-05 Harbor Lights, Boston, US – CD2
1998-09-06 9:30 Club, Washington, US – CD 1
1998-09-06 9:30 Club, Washington, US – CD 2
1998-09-13 Tabernacle, Atlanta, US
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 1 – CD 1
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 1 – CD 2
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 2 – CD 1
1998-09-14 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US – version 2 – CD 2
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US – CD1
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US – CD2
1998-09-18 Bob Carr Performing Arts, Orlando, US
1998-09-21 Aerial Theater, Bayou Place, Houston, US – CD 1
1998-09-21 Aerial Theater, Bayou Place, Houston, US – CD 2
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 1 – CD 1
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 1 – CD 2
1998-09-22 The Bronco Bowl, Dallas, US – version 2
1998-09-24 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, US – CD 1
1998-09-24 Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, US – CD 2 + bonus tracks
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – CD1
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – CD2
1998-09-25 Bren Events Center, Irvine, US – version 2
1998-10-12 Cine Opera, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
1998-10-12 Cine Opera, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
1998-10-16 Sankei Hall, Osaka, JP – CD 1
1998-10-16 Sankei Hall, Osaka, JP – CD 2
1998-10-18 Kokusai Forum, Tokyo , JP missing first song
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France – CD1
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France – CD2
1998-11-02 E-Werk, Cologne, Germany – CD 1
1998-11-02 E-Werk, Cologne, Germany – CD 2
1998-11-03 Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium – CD1
1998-11-03 Brielpoort, Deinze, Belgium – CD2
1998-11-06 Academy, Manchester, UK Audience / VG/Ex Stereo
1998-11-07 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. – CD 1
1998-11-07 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. – CD 2
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. – CD 1
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. – CD 2
1998-11-11 Zeleste, Barcelona, Spain – CD 1
1998-11-11 Zeleste, Barcelona, Spain – CD 2
1998-11-14 Rádioscópio, Antena 3, Portugal Interview for a Portuguese radio
1998-11-14 Resurrection – Lisbon CD1
1998-11-14 Resurrection – Lisbon CD2
1998-11-15 Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – CD 1
1998-11-15 Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – CD 2
1998-xx-xx Unknown, USA (FM)
2005-04-28 The Glasshouse, Pomona, CA, US
2005-04-30 Coachella Festival, Indio, US – version 1
2005-04-30 Coachella Festival, Indio, US – version 2
2005-10-21 The Paramount Theater Seattle, WA, US – CD 1
2005-10-21 The Paramount Theater Seattle, WA, US – CD 2
2005-10-26 Live at The Warfield, San Francisco, CA, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-26 Live at The Warfield, San Francisco, CA, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-28 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-28 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-29 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-29 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-30 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US III. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-30 Live at The Wiltern LG, Los Angeles, CA, US III. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-31 Live at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA, US – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-10-31 Live at The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA, US – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-08 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-08 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-09 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-09 Live at Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL, US II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-11 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY I. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-11 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY I. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-12 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY II. – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-12 Live at Nokia Theatre Times Square, New York, NY II. – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Live at Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US – CD 1 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Live at Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US – CD 2 Limited Edition Instantlive CD
2005-11-13 Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA, US Bauhaus Live Deathrock Radio
2005-11-22 Strathmore, Bethesda, US – CD 1
2005-11-22 Strathmore, Bethesda, US – CD 2
2005-11-30 Palacio de Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
2005-11-30 Palacio de Los Deportes, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
2006-01-29 ABC 1, Glasgow, UK – CD 1
2006-01-29 ABC 1, Glasgow, UK – CD 2
2006-01-30 Carling Academy, Newcastle, UK – CD 1 A few tracks missing from the middle of the gig
2006-01-30 Carling Academy, Newcastle, UK – CD 2
2006-02-01 Acadamy, Manchester, UK (soundcheck) soundcheck
2006-02-01 Academy, Manchester, UK – CD 1
2006-02-01 Academy, Manchester, UK – CD 2
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – CD1 – version 1
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – CD2 – version 1
2006-02-05 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium – version 2 incomplete, 4 missing songs
2006-02-06 Le Bataclan, Paris, France – CD 1
2006-02-06 Le Bataclan, Paris, France – CD 2
2006-02-10 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany – CD 1
2006-02-10 Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany – CD 2
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland – CD 1
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland – CD 2
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 1 – raw version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 1 – remastered version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 2 – raw version
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milan, Italy – CD 2 – remastered version
2006-02-15 Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain MP3 source, incomplete
2006-02-16 La Riviera, Madrid, Spain – CD 1
2006-02-16 La Riviera, Madrid, Spain – CD 2
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2
2006-03-03 London Tate Britain, UK music for Bauhaus installation
2006-05-26 Sasquatch Festival, George, US only 2 songs, SBD quality
2006-05-27 Clark County Amphitheatre, Ridgefield, US
2006-05-28 Idaho Center, Nampa, US
2006-06-04 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion, Houston, US
2006-06-06 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Birmingham, US
2006-06-10 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Charlotte, US
2006-06-17 Jones Beach, Wantaugh, US
2006-06-18 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
2006-06-24 Molson Amphitheatre,Toronto, Canada
2006-06-25 DTE Energy Music Theater, Clarkston, US
2006-06-30 Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, US
2006-07-01 First Midwest Band Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, Chicago, US
2006-07-03 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Noblesville, US
2006-07-07 Verizon Wireless Ampitheater, Irvine, US
2006-07-08 Shoreline Ampitheater, Mountainview, US
2006-08-07 Forum, London, UK I.
2006-08-08 Forum, London, UK II. incomplete, 7 missing songs
2006-08-09 De Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren
2006-08-12 M’era Luna Festival, Hildesheim, Germany – version 1 missing last track
2006-08-12 M’era Luna Festival, Hildesheim, Germany – version 2 full version
2006-08-14 Lignano Rock Festival, Lignano, Italy MP3 sourced?
2006-08-17 Fest Paredes de Coura, Portugal – version 1 Antena 3 radio broadcast, MP3 source
2006-08-17 Fest Paredes de Coura, Portugal – version 2
2009-02-28 The G-Word – BBC Radio 2 MP3

video

1980-10-31 University, London, UK + TV appearances Live + compilation DVD
1981 University of London Live DVD
1981-03-12 New York Bandstand B&W footage, on DVD
1982-02 Riverside on DVD
1982-02-24 All We Ever Wanted Live DVD, compiled from official VHS releases
1982-05-04 Puntoacapo Club, Bologna, Italy – version 3 on DVD (7 tracks + interview)
1982-10-04 Old Grey Whistle Test on DVD
1982-10-07 Top Of The Pops I. on DVD
1982-10-08 The Whistle Test Years, UK BBC 1 TV, on DVD
1982-11-19 Oxford Road Show on DVD
1983-04-14 Top of The Pops III. on DVD
1983-08-04 Riverside – Dance to Hollow Hills on DVD
1983-10-27 Top Of The Pops II. on DVD
1984 Shadow of Light Live footage + promo videos
1984 Shadow of Light DVD Live + promo DVD
1998 Gotham Live In The Hammersmith Ballroom, NY,1998-09-09/10
1998 MTV News B&W foorage, on DVD
1998 VH-1 Hoch 5 only Bauhaus commets, video clips edited out
1998-07-10 The Palladium, Hollywood, CA, US MTV, on DVD
1998-08-13 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, US Live DVD,
1998-08-27 The Riviera, Chigago, US – I.
1998-08-28 The Riviera, Chigago, US – II.
1998-08-29 Nautica Stage, Cleveland, OH Live DVD
1998-09-16 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, US Live DVD,
1998-10-27 Alcatraz, Milano, Italy Live DVD
1998-11-01 La Mutualité, Paris, France Live DVD
1998-11-08 Brixton Academy, London, UK I. on DVD
1998-11-14 Multiusos Pavilion, Lisbon, Portugal Live DVD, several incomplete songs
1998-11-14 Multiusos Pavilion, Lisbon, Portugal – full version Live DVD
2006-02-03 Brixton Academy, London, UK II. Live DVD,
2006-02-11 Patronaat, Haarlem, Holland Live DVD, incomplete
2006-02-13 Alcatraz, Milano, Italy – version 1 incomplete
2006-02-17 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal Live DVD
2006-07-02 Marcus Amphiteater, Milwaukee, WI, US Live DVD
2006-08-07 Forum, London, UK I. Live DVD
2006-08-08 Forum, London, UK II. Live DVD
2006-08-09 Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren, Belgium Live DVD
2006-08-10 Summer Darkness Festival, Utrecht, Tivoli, Holland Live DVD
2008 Go Away White – Bonus videos M4V format

Dalis Car

audio

1984-11-27 Old Gray Whistle Test audio only

video

1984 The Tube on DVD
1984-11-27 Old Gray Whistle Test on DVD

Daniel Ash

audio

1992-10-19 Modern Rock, NY, US Radio interview
1993-03-01 The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, US
1993-03-03 San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, US
1993-03-16 Limelight, New York, US
1993-03-20 Metro, Chicago, US
1993-05-06 Underworld, London, UK
2002 S.M.ASH Project
2002-03-16 Metro, Chicago, US
2002-03-18 Radio Interview, USA
2002-03-25 Bowery Ballroom, New York, US
2002-03-26 The Paradise, Boston, MA, US
2002-04-04 Jacksonville Marquee Theater
2008-12-09 The Backline Show interview w/ DA & Christopher The Minister
2009 Examiner.com interview
2009-04-15 HunnyPot Radio
2010-06-07 HunneyPot Radio short radio interview w/ We Govern We
2010-07-06 Thelma Now interview
2013-02-03 Dark Entries, Radio Moheak Daniel Ash phoned in to request some songs
2013-11-09 Transmission with DJ Jake Rudh Just two 10 sec. intros by Daniel Ash
2015-11-03 Just Off The Radar interview
2016 Behind The Scene Episode 22 – Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins
2016-07-22 WFPK – Kyle Meredith with Daniel Ash

video

1993 Unknown Live Live DVD, (probably 9:30 Club,Washington DC 03-10)

David J

audio

1983-11-17 Rockgarden, London, UK – version 1 Audience / VG
1983-11-17 Rockgarden, London, UK – version 2
1983-11-18 Fulham Greyhound, London, UK
1990-09 Snap, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 1 Live session, recorded as 1 track
1990-09 Snap, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 2 Live session
1990-09-04 McCabe’s, Santa Monica, US
1990-09-11 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US
1990-09-13 Lee’s Place, Toronto, Canada
1992-12-03 Irving Plaza, New York, US
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 1 Live session, full webcast version, low quality
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 2 Live session, incomp. radio version (MP3)
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 3 Live session, full radio version
2000-09-12 Morning Becomes Eclectic, KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, US – version 4 Live session, radio version, w/o interviews
2000-09-26 Mint, Los Angeles, US
2000-10-02 Fletcher’s, Baltimore, MD, US
2000-10-09 Schuba’s, Chicago, IL, US
2001-04-10 Maxwell’s, Hoboken, NJ, US
2001-04-11 Knitting Factory, New York, US
2001-04-11 WNYU Radio, New York, US Live session
2001-05-23 Garage, London, UK Audience / Ex/VG Stereo
2001-05-23 Garage, London, UK (Soundcheck) Audience / Ex/VG Stereo
2001-06-03 Club 24, Yokohama, Japan
2001-06-04 Congo Bingo, Tokyo, Japan
2001-06-17 Casbah, San Diego, US
2002-03-02 Valentine’s, Albany, US
2002-04-04 The Nation, Washington DC, US
2002-05-24 KXLU Radio, Los Angeles, US Live session
2002-08-11 Palladium, Hollywood, US
2003-01-07 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US
2003-01-08 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US unedited version, bit longer than the official cd-r
2003-11-25 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, US SBD recording, support for Justin Sullivan (NMA)
2008-03-02 VM Underground interview
2008-05-17 If Music Could Talk, WRIR interview
2008-09-12 Bondi Beach Club, Monster, NL Bela Lugosi’s birthday party
2009-08-16 The Cavern Club, Celebrity Theater, Los Angeles, US
2009-12-08 Echoplex, Los Angeles, US Winston Calling benefit concert
2010-01-03 LongPlaya interview
2010-01-05 Neat Neat Noise radio show
2010-01-09 Greasers Garage interview
2010-03-26 Trannyshack, DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US
2010-03-26 Trannyshack, DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck soundcheck, approx. 15 mins
2010-07-02 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US + Jill Tracy set
2010-07-02 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck soundcheck, approx. 30 mins
2010-08-21 Kanaliena.gr, Athens, Greece radio interview
2011 Rue Morgue Radio radio interview
2011-03-06 The Echo, Los Angeles, US
2011-03-07 91x Radio radio interview
2011-07-30 WJBC interview
2011-08-05 Combat Rock, LA Talk Radio, Los Angeles, CA, US radio interview
2011-10-07 Scream For Peace interview
2011-10-25 The Slidebar, Fullerton, US Love & Rockets set
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – version 1 edited / corrected version (original WAV)
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – version 2 incl. lots of glitchs due bandwitch/server problems (audio taken from MPG video, very distorted)
2011-11-20 Suicide Girls interview w/ David J, Michael Berg, Ysanne Spavak
2012-02-23 The Blonde Eyed Black Show with Jagger, Radio Clutch interview
2012-06-08 KEXP Radio Session Uncompressed HQ version from original broadcast
2012-07-12 Cold Ones & Rolled Ones, Radio Valencia interview by Ami Lawless
2012-09-01 On The Set w Jasper Cole interview
2012-09-12 Getting the Magic with David J interview
2012-09-26 WRIR, Richmond, VA interview
2012-11-01 Leeds, UK
2012-11-03 Electrowerks, London, UK
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – soundcheck
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – version 1
2012-11-04 Purple Turtle, London, UK – version 2
2012-11-16 Labour Club, Northampton, UK
2013-03-01 107.1 KZME Radio – Music Where You Live – live session
2013-11-23 Echoplex, Los Angeles, US
2014 The Revenue interview
2014-04-24 WFMU radio session – edited mp3 version music only
2014-04-24 WFMU radio session – full show full show w/ interview
2014-05-01 Sirius Xm live session + interview
2014-05-16 DarkMark show David J & Sasha Grey
2014-05-16 DarkMark show video David J & Sasha Grey
2014-05-24 Afternoon Delight, 90.9 FM KRCL live session + interview
2014-05-27 Adam Corolla show interview
2014-09-04 The Pharmacy interview
2014-11-05 Empire Of Vampires: Lying In State, Ground Zero interview
2014-11-11 Joe’s Bar, New York, NY, US book reading & live
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – audience version
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – soundboard version
2015-05-01 DNA Longue, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck
2015-05-30 Atlantis Bookshop, London, UK – reading
2015-06-01 Kinks Room, Muswell Hill Clissold Arms, London, UK
2016-03-31 Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI, US
2016-04-15 The Lost Church (Private Parlor Show), San Francisco, CA, US

video

2007-02-14 Cafe du Nord, San Francisco, CA AVI files on DVD
2007-02-23 An Evening With The Devil’s Muse, Live at The Safari Sam’s Released on The Devil’s Muse Deluxe Edition DVD
2010-04-23 Chrome Lotus, Santa Rosa, US incomplete recording, MOV video (~750 MB)
2011-10-30 Webcast, Los Angeles, US – DVD video incomplete (salvaged from the original webcast video)
2012-01-26 Christy’s on the Square, Santa Rosa, CA, US 4 songs only – HD quality MTS videos (1,6 GB)
2013-09-12 Cafe Du Nord, San Francisco, CA, US w/ Adrian H, MP4 videos
2014-03-14 SWSX, Ginger Man, Austin, TX, US MP4 videos
2016-04-15 The Lost Church (Private Parlor Show), San Francisco, CA, US – 3 songs from Periscope broadcast

Love And Rockets

audio

1985-11-23 Irving Plaza, New York City, NY, US
1985-12-08 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US
1985-12-21 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US II. – version 1 incomplete last track – misdated as 06/13/86 ***
1985-12-21 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US II. – version 2 missing last track
1985-12-xx Washington DC, USA I. – version 1 missing first & last tracks, misdated as 06/29/85
1985-12-xx Washington DC, USA I. – version 2 missing first & last tracks
1986-05-25 The Marquee, London, UK
1986-06-13 S.D.S.U, San Diego, US I. missing first track, misdated as 12/21/85 ***
1986-09-29 Rock City, Nottingham, UK
1986-09-30 Warehouse, Leeds, UK ***
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 1 ***
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 2 **burning errors**
1986-10-02 Riverside, Newcastle, UK – version 3 splitted to tracks
1986-10-03 International, Manchester, UK ***
1986-10-04 Astoria, London, UK ***
1986-11-06 The Metro, Boston, US – version 1 Club Spit??
1986-11-06 The Metro, Boston, US – version 2
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 1
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 2
1986-11-22 Metro, Chicago, US – version 3
1986-12-07 Billy’s, New Orleans, Louisiana, US – audio
1986-12-20 Paladium, Hollywood, US – version 1 Radio broadcast
1986-12-20 Paladium, Hollywood, US – version 2 Radio broadcast
1987 Night Network, UK Satellite TV
1987 Nottingham Local Radio
1987-10-09 Glasgow University, UK Audience / Av/G Mono
1987-10-11 Bierkeller, Bristol, UK – version 1 incomplete
1987-10-11 Bierkeller, Bristol, UK – version 2 – full full version
1987-10-12 International, Manchester, UK
1987-10-13 Polytechnic, Leeds, UK
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version 1 audio ***
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version 3 audio
1987-11-11 Student Union, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, US
1987-11-12 Beacon Theatre, New York City, NY, US
1987-11-16 Page Auditorium, Duke University, Durham, US Misdated as 1987-10-16 -Durham, UK
1987-12-02 KROQ, Los Angeles
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 1 Radio broadcast
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 2 Radio broadcast, released tracks have been removed
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 3
1987-12-05 Crawford Hall, U.C.F., Irvine, CA, USA – version 4
1987-12-11 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, US – version 1
1987-12-11 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA, US – version 2
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – The Bubbleman opening for L&R
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – version 1
1988-04-14 Warner Theatre, Washington DC – version 2 + 4 Rochester tracks
1988-04-15 Alexander Palestra, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, US
1988-04-18 Roseland Ballroom, New York City, NY, US
1988-04-29 Riviera, Chicago, IL, US
1988-04-30 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, US – version 1 Show aborted after about an hour
1988-04-30 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, US – version 2
1988-05-07 S.D.S.U., San Diego, US III. – version 1 unspitted ***
1988-05-07 S.D.S.U., San Diego, US III. – version 2 splitted to tracks
1988-05-08 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA, US – version 1 date corrected from 88/08/08
1988-05-08 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA, US – version 2
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 1 – CD 1
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 1 – CD 2
1988-05-09 The Wilthern, Los Angeles, US – version 2
1988-06-08 E.N.T.P.E, Lyon, France ***
1988-06-09 Bataclan, Paris, France wrong song order ***
1988-06-11 UBU, Rennes, France
1988-06-19 Dominion Theatre, London, England, United Kingdom
1988-06-28 Super Channel, UK Satellite TV
1989 American Top Ten
1989 Rapido
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 1
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 2 – CD 1
1989-07-14 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, US – version 2 – CD 2
1989-08-28 C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto, Canada
1989-09-02 Fox Theater, St. Louis, US
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 1 – CD 1 or 09/15???
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 1 – CD 2 or 09/15???
1989-09-05 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, US – version 2 or 09/15??? – spitted version
1989-09-19 Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI, US
1989-09-26 Ritz, New York City, NY, US I.
1989-09-27 Ritz, New York City, NY, US II.
1989-10-02 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. – CD 1
1989-10-02 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C. – CD 2
1994-xx-xx Music View interview short interview
1995-12 Cat’s Paw, Atlanta, GA, US – version 1 99X-FM “Live X” program
1995-12 Cat’s Paw, Atlanta, GA, US – version 2
1995-12 Live 105 Green Christmas, Community Center, Berkeley, CA, US – version 1 unknown radio broadcast
1995-12-15 Live 105 Green Christmas, Community Center, Berkeley, CA, US – version 2
1996-03-12 Loveline interview
1996-03-19 La Luna, Portland, USA – version 1
1996-03-19 La Luna, Portland, USA – version 2
1996-03-20 The Showbox, Seattle, WA, US
1996-04 MTV 120 Minutes Interview
1996-04-01 Washington DC, USA II. – version 1
1996-04-01 Washington DC, USA II. – version 2
1996-04-02 Irving Plaza, New York, US – version 1
1996-04-02 Irving Plaza, New York, US – version 2
1996-04-04 MTV Alternative Nation
1996-04-09 Metro, Chicago, US
1996-06-22 Fiddler’s Green, Denver, USA
1996-11-23 Festival Alternativo – Bs As Argentina, Estadio Ferro
1998-12-05 State Theater, Detroit, MI, US
1999-03-03 House of Blues, Chicago, IL, US
1999-03-04 Mancow’s Morning Madhouse, Chicago, IL, US
1999-03-04 The Metro, Chicago, IL, US – CD1
1999-03-04 The Metro, Chicago, IL, US – CD2
1999-03-05 First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, US
1999-03-12 The Showbox, Seattle, US misdated as 3/21/99
1999-03-26 House of Blues French Quarter New Orleans, LA
1999-03-31 Irving Plaza,New York City, NY, US incomplete (old songs only)
1999-04-01 Irving Plaza, NY, US
1999-05-06 San Francisco, CA, US
1999-05-09 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 Farewell shows
1999-05-09/10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 Farewell shows
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 – version 1 last L&R show
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 – version 1
1999-05-10 Roxy, Los Angeles, US – CD 3 Farewell shows + bonus tracks
2008-04-22 The Glasshouse, Pomona, CA, US
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US – version 1 recorded from webcast
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US – version 2 audience recording
2008-07-04 Superbock Festival, Porto, Portugal
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US – version 1 recorded from webcast
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US – version 2 audience recording

video

  If There Is A Heaven Above 1 track DVD
  MTV appearances Compilation DVD
  Sorted! The best of Official DVD
  TV appearances I. Compilation DVD
  TV appearances II. – Assorted Transfered from VHS source material, DVD
1986-12-07 Billy’s, New Orleans, Louisiana, US – video
1987-10-15 Town & Country Club, London, UK – version2 DVD
1989-07-19 San Diego, US Live DVD, Kevin’s B-day
1996-04-07 The Odeon, Cleveland, OH, US Live DVD
1996-06-22 Fiddler’s Green, Denver, USA Live DVD
1996-07-18 Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
1996-11-27
Crazy Rock Festival, Santiago, Chile TV broadcast, Live DVD + promo videos
1999-03-22 Deep Ellum, Dallas, TX, US Live DVD
2008-04-27 Coachella Festival, US DVD + ASF video
2008-07-04 Superbock Festival, Porto, Portugal Pro-shot Live DVD
2008-08-03 Lollapalooza Festival, Chicago, US ASF video

Peter Murphy

audio

1986-05-23 Venice, Italy second solo PM gig
1986-05-28 Piper Club, Rome, Italy – version 1
1986-05-28 Piper Club, Rome, Italy – version 2 incomplete
1986-07-05 Royal Court, Liverpool, UK – version 1 ***
1986-07-05 Royal Court, Liverpool, UK – version 2
1986-07-06 Piccadily Theatre, London, UK
1986-07-08 Northampton, Derngate Centre, UK – version 1 Audience / G/VG Stereo
1986-07-08 Northampton, Derngate Centre, UK – version 2
1986-10-03 Vernier, Geneva, Switzerland incomplete recording, SBD ???
1986-10-17 St. Albans City Hall
1986-10-25 Queen Margaret, Glasgow, UK – version 1 ***
1986-10-25 Queen Margaret, Glasgow, UK – version 2
1986-10-31 University, Hull, UK
1986-2008 Various live
1987-02-10 Paradise Theatre, Boston, US
1987-02-14 The Ritz, New York City, US
1987-02-19 RPM / Fantasy Club – Toronto FM recording
1987-02-21 St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, US
1987-02-22 Metro, Chicago, US I.
1987-02-26 The Palace, Hollywood AUD1
1987-02-27 El Cortez Convention Center, San Diego, US
1987-02-28 Fender’s Ballroom, Long Beach incomplete (4 tracks)
1988-03-22 La Locomotive, Paris, France I. ***
1988-03-23 La Locomotive, Paris, France II. ***
1988-03-24 La Locomotive, Paris, France III. ***
1988-04-21 Paradise Theatre, Boston, US
1988-05-06 Metro, Chicago, US II.
1988-05-07 Eagles Club, Milwaukee, WI, US
1988-05-13 Exotic John Anson Ford Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
1988-05-16 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA, US
1988-05-25 Town & Country Club. London, UK – CD 1 ***
1988-05-25 Town & Country Club. London, UK – CD 2 ***
1988-06-12 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – CD 1
1988-06-12 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan – CD 2
1988-07-26 Belenenses Pavillion, Lisbon, Portugal – CD 1 (88/06/26 date corrected!)
1988-07-26 Belenenses Pavillion, Lisbon, Portugal – CD 2 (88/06/26 date corrected!)
1988-07-27 Rivoli, Oporto, Portugal – CD1 (88/06/27 date corrected!)
1988-07-27 Rivoli, Oporto, Portugal – CD2 (88/06/27 date corrected!)
1988-08-14 Orpheum, San Francisco, US
1988-09-09 Orpheum, Boston, MA, US
1990 Chicago, US FM Broadcast from WXRT 93.1
1990-03-08 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 1
1990-03-08 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 2
1990-03-09 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 1
1990-03-09 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, US – CD 2
1990-03-23 Mahaffey Theatre, St. Petersburg, Florida, US Westwood One 105.3FM 1990-06-03 broadcast
1990-03-29 Civic Center, Raleigh, US
1990-04-07 Cabaret Metro, Chicago, US second show
1990-04-17 Concert Hall, Toronto, Canada – CD 1
1990-04-17 Concert Hall, Toronto, Canada – CD 2
1990-04-21 Manhattan College, in The Bronx, New York, US – CD 1
1990-04-21 Manhattan College, in The Bronx, New York, US – CD 2
1990-07-11 Riviera Theatre, Buffalo, US
1990-08-07 Universal Amphiheatre, Los Angeles, US – CD 1 (90-08-08 date corrected!)
1990-08-07 Universal Amphiheatre, Los Angeles, US – CD 2 (90-08-08 date corrected!)
1990-09-22 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, Portugal – CD1 (90/08/22 date corrected!)
1990-09-22 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisbon, Portugal – CD2 (90/08/22 date corrected!)
1990-09-23 Coliseu du Porto, Oporto, Portugal I. (90/08/23 date corrected!)
1990-10-08 Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany – version 1
1990-10-08 Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg, Germany – version 2 master, incomplete
1992-04-19 New Noise Festival, Phillipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany German radio broadcast
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – CD 1
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – CD 2
1992-06-05 Rivieria, Chicago, US – version 2
1992-06-12 Roseland, New York, US (92/02/19 date corrected!)
1992-06-13 Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park, US
1992-07-06 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, US Westwood One Radio Show CD, 1993-10-11 broadcast
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada – CD 1
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada – CD 2 last song is incomplete
1995-07-08 Moore Theater, Seattle, US master
1995-07-15 Utah State Fairpark Colosseum, Salt Lake City, Utah, US
1995-07-20 Liberty Lunch, Austin, US
1995-07-20 Liberty Lunch, Austin, US – version 2
1995-08-13 Vic Theatre, Chicago Radio broadcast on WXRT, Chicago
1995-08-13 Vic Theatre, Chicago – version 2
1995-09-21 Oporto – Portugal II. Coliseu du Porto
1998 WNNX-FM, Atlanta
2000-02-26 El Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 1
2000-02-26 El Circo Volador, Mexico City, Mexico – CD 2
2000-03-08 Utah State Fairpark Horticulture Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, US – CD 1
2000-03-08 Utah State Fairpark Horticulture Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, US – CD 2
2000-03-14 Riviera, Chicago, US
2000-04-04 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA – Encores Audio only
2000-04-04 House of Blues, Los Angeles, US
2000-11-14 Metro, Chicago, IL, US
2000-11-18 DV8, Salt Lake City, Utah, US private club
2000-11-27 Just For Love Galaxy Concert Theatre, Santa Ana, CA
2000-12-03 Salon XXI, Mexico City, Mexico
2002-05-11 Vic Theater, Chicago, US
2002-05-21 The Fillmore, San Francisco, US – CD 1
2002-05-21 The Fillmore, San Francisco, US – CD 2
2002-05-23 HOB, Los Angeles, CA, US
2002-06-07 RadioIO Webcast
2002-06-07 The Marquee, Jacksonville, FL, US – CD 1 SBD quality
2002-06-07 The Marquee, Jacksonville, FL, US – CD 2 SBD quality
2002-06-12 Axis, Boston – CD1
2002-06-12 Axis, Boston – CD2
2002-06-14 Irving Plaza, New York, US – CD 1
2002-06-14 Irving Plaza, New York, US – CD 2
2002-06-15 Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, US – CD 1
2002-06-15 Birch Hill Concert Hall, Old Bridge, US – CD 2
2002-08-01 Islington Union Chapel, London, UK – CD 1
2002-08-01 Islington Union Chapel, London, UK – CD 2
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 2 – CD 1
2002-08-03 Sudoeste Summer Festival, Odemira, Portugal – version 2 – CD 2
2005-05-13 The Masquerade, Atlanta, US
2005-05-15 9:30 Club, Washington, US
2005-05-16 B.B. King’s Blues Club, New York, US
2005-05-23 Showbox, Seattle, US – CD 1
2005-05-23 Showbox, Seattle, US – CD 2
2005-05-26 House of Blues, San Diego, US – CD 1
2005-05-26 House of Blues, San Diego, US – CD 2
2005-07-09 Zoobar, Roma, Italy
2005-07-16 Emergency Unit Radio Interview
2005-07-19 Scala, London, UK – CD 1
2005-07-19 Scala, London, UK – CD 2
2005-07-20 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK – CD 1
2005-07-20 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK – CD 2
2005-07-21 Academy 3, Manchester, UK The last 2.5 track were not recorded
2005-07-29 Vilar de Mouros Summer Festival, Vilar de Mouros, Portugal main set only
2006-06-07 HiFi Buys Amphitheatre, Atlanta, US
2006-07-01 Chicago Radio Show Rehearsals NIN w/ Peter Murphy
2006-07-01 Q101 Radio Session, First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre, Chicago, US
2007-11-30 Pavilhao Municipal de Gaia, Gaia, Portugal – CD 1
2007-11-30 Pavilhao Municipal de Gaia, Gaia, Portugal – CD 2
2007-12-02 Copernico, Madrid, Spain – CD 1
2007-12-02 Copernico, Madrid, Spain – CD 2
2008-05-11 WMPG FM 90.9 MP3
2008-06-17 House Of Blues, Chicago, US
2008-06-18 Royal Oak Music Theater, Detroit, US
2008-06-22 The Tralf, Buffalo, US – CD 1
2008-06-22 The Tralf, Buffalo, US – CD 2
2008-06-27 Gramercy Theatre, New York, US
2008-06-29 Trocadero, Philadelphia, US – CD 1
2008-06-29 Trocadero, Philadelphia, US – CD 2
2008-07-05 Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale, USA – CD 1
2008-07-05 Revolution Live, Fort Lauderdale, USA – CD 2
2008-07-11 Emo’s, Austin, TX
2008-07-12 House of Blues, Dallas, US – CD 1
2008-07-12 House of Blues, Dallas, US – CD 2
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 1 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM 719
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 1 – CD 2 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM 719
2008-07-17 Mares Vivas Festival, Oporto, Portugal – version 2 recorded w/ Sony MZ-N710 and Sony ECM T145
2008-11-01 Coliseu dos Recreios, Lisboa, Portugal
2008-11-02 Oporto Coliseum, Oporto, Portugal
2008-2009 NIN guest appearances 2008/2009 compilation from various sources
2009-02-11 Teatro Gran Rex, Buenos Aires, Argentina low quality MP3
2009-02-17 Circo Volado, Mexico City, Mexico
2009-02-26 Rock&Pop Radio
2009-03-19 SXSW, Elysium, Austin, US incomplete recording –
2009-03-19 SXSW, Elysium, Austin, US – YouTube clips from YouTube
2009-05-31 WGT, Agrahalle, Leipzig, Germany
2009-06-18 Emos, Austin, TX, US
2009-07-06 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – I. – version 1
2009-07-06 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – I. – version 2
2009-07-06 Radio 101.9 RXP New York, US
2009-07-07 Highline Ballroom, New York, US – II.
2009-07-09 Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA, US
2009-07-11 Opera House, Toronto, Canada
2009-07-14 House of Blues, Chicago, US
2009-08-29 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL, US NIN guest appearance
2009-09-29 La Locomotive, Paris, France
2009-10-10 The Assembly, Leamington Spa, UK
2009-10-11 O2 Indigo, London, UK
2009-10-12 Junction, Cambridge, UK – version 1
2009-10-12 Junction, Cambridge, UK – version 2
2009-10-15 Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany
2009-10-16 Berlin – FM
2009-10-23 Handelsbeurs, Gent, Belgium
2009-10-27 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain MP3, incomplete
2009-10-31 Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal
2009-11-01 Casa Da Musica, Porto, Portugal low quality MP3, one track
2010-07-25 88FM, Tel Aviv, Israel interview + live session
2010-08-01 The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, UK – Version 1
2010-08-01 The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, UK – Version 2
2010-08-05 Dingwalls, London, UK
2010-08-06 The Corporation, Sheffield, UK – version 1
2010-08-06 The Corporation, Sheffield, UK – version 2
2010-08-07 Rebellion Festival, Blackpool, UK
2010-08-08 Festival of Friends, Hamilton, Canada
2010-08-10 Lee’s Place, Tononto, ON, Canada
2010-09-09 Festa do Leitao Agueda, Agueda, Portugal
2011-03-11 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA, US + Reckless In Vegas set
2011-03-13 Galaxy Theater, Santa Ana, CA, US
2011-03-14 Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, US – version 1
2011-03-14 Mayan Theatre, Los Angeles, US – version 2 missing last song
2011-03-18 Granada Theater, Dallas, US
2011-04-02 Highline Ballroom, New York, US
2011-04-06 91.3 FM WYEP, Pittsburgh, US
2011-04-10 Reggie’s, Chicago, US Track 02 – Low Room missing from recording
2011-06-07 J&R Music World, New York, NY, US
2011-06-08 101RXP – The Rock Show, US
2011-06-08 Delancey, New York, NY, US
2011-06-09 91X, San Diego, US phone interview
2011-06-12 Q104.3 – Out of The Box with Jonathan Clarke audio taken from webcast video + FLV videos
2011-06-15 91X – Robin Roth Show, San Diego, US
2011-06-15 Phaser Control Studios, San Diego, US – radio version broadcasted on FM 94/9 (09/11/2011)
2011-06-16 Amoeba Records, Los Angeles, US – audio
2011-06-17 Pappy & Harriet’s, Pioneertown, CA, US
2011-06-18 Exit 97.7 WEXT – Acoustic Sunrise, US
2011-06-29 The Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA, US
2011-07-15 Take Five – WFUV 90.7
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – mixed version mixed audio from radio & YouTube videos
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – radio version incl. 3 live tracks + 15 mins interview
2011-10-02 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal – Version 1
2011-10-02 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal – Version 2
2011-10-03 Heineken, Madrid, Spain 2 versions (raw & edited)
2011-10-04 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain
2011-10-12 Islington Garage, London, UK
2011-10-13 O2 Acadamy, Bristol, UK
2011-10-15 Cockpit, Leeds, UK – CD 1
2011-10-15 Cockpit, Leeds, UK – CD 2
2011-10-15 Liz Kershaw Show interview
2011-10-16 Academy 2, Liverpool, UK
2011-10-20 La Flčche d’or, Paris, France
2011-11-06 The Prophet Bar, Dallas, TX, US
2011-11-19 Trocedaro, Philadelphia, US
2011-11-26 Metro, Chicago, US
2011-11-28 Bluebird Theater Denver, US Mp3
2011-12-03 Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR, US
2011-12-08 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, US
2011-12-09 The Glass House, Pomona, CA, US
2012-02-09 The Menace’s Attic, IndieSF.com interview
2012-02-22 END HITS interview
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – audio audio taken from webcast
2012-06-27 Radio Vorterix Rock 103.1, Agrentina interview
2012-08-16 The Roxy, Hollywood, CA, US
2012-08-24 The Wick, Brooklyn, New York, US
2012-09-27 Soundcheck, WNYC
2012-12-29 Constellation Room, Santa Ana, US Full performance of ‘Deep’
2012-12-30 The Observatory, Santa Ana, US Bauhaus set
2013-04-24 Granada Theater, Dallas, TX, US raw & edited versions
2013-05-07 Webster Hall, New York, NY, US
2013-05-09 Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA, US
2013-05-16 House of Blues, Chicago, IL, US
2013-05-19 Museo Diego Rivera, Anahuacalli, Mexico City, Mexico
2013-05-27 Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy
2013-05-29 Sala Arena, Madrid, Spain unedited
2013-05-30 Coliseu, Lisboa, Portugal
2013-06-05 Trabendo, Paris, France
2013-06-06 Effenaar, Eindhoven, Nederland
2013-06-17 O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
2013-07-18 Visual Arts Collective, Boise, ID, US
2013-07-20 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, Canada
2013-08-08 Teatro Metropolitan, Mexico City, Mexico
2013-12-01 Yu Gong Live House, Beijing, China
2014-06-17 Magic Stick, Detroit, MI, US incomplete
2014-06-20 Double Door, Chicago, IL, US
2014-06-27 Rickshaw Theatre, Vancouver, Canada
2014-06-28 The Showbox at the Market, Seattle, WA, US
2014-07-01 The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA, US
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – audience version
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – SBD version
2015-06-11 DNA Lounge, San Francisco, CA, US – soundcheck
2015-06-14 Ink N Iron, RMS Queen Mary – Long Beach, CA, US
2015-10-25 The Strombo Show – Halloween Special interview
2016-04-03 Swedish American Hall, San Francisco, CA, US
2016-04-22 Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY, US
2016-04-28 The North Door, Austin, TX, US
2016-05-05 Transmission radio show
2016-05-16 Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal
2016-05-18 Islington O2 Academy, London, UK

video

  TV appearances Compilation DVD
1983-12-08 La Edad de Oro, TVE Studios, Madrid, Spain dance performance + interview
1987-95 TV 1987-1995 TV appearances DVD
1988-03-27 Sadlers Wells Theatre, UK Live DVD
1990-02-09 Shibuya Kodido, Tokyo, Japan Live DVD
1990-05-17 Town & Country Club, London, UK Live DVD, (several drop-outs)
1990-06-09 Ragazzi RTL TV, on DVD
1992 Live Request DVD Pro shot DVD
1992-04-19 Phillipshalle, Düsseldorf, Germany Live DVD
1992-04-22 Denis Miller Show on DVD
1992-06-22 Cameo Theatre, Miami Beach, US Live DVD
1992-07-14 Commodore, Vancouver B.C., Canada Live DVD
1995-05-28 Late Night Live MTV DVD
1995-07-25 Wild Birds / Live In Concert 1995/ MTV Interview & Performance Promo clips + Live DVD
2000-04-04 House of Blues Los Angeles, CA
2002-06-13 Tower Records, New York, US
2002-06-13 Tower Records, New York, US – DVD version Live DVD
2002-2009 Pro-shot videos FLV, MP4, WMV, MPG
2011-06-15 Phaser Control Studios, San Diego, US – YouTube version
2011-06-16 Amoeba Records, Los Angeles, US – video video taken from Amoeba website
2011-06-28 ExtraTV audio taken from webcast video + FLV videos
2011-07-15 The Alternate Side – WFUV 90.7 – YouTube videos
2011-10-04 Bikini, Barcelona, Spain Live DVD
2011-10-25 Knust, Hamburg, Germany 1 track only
2011-10-xx FlyTV, UK
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – audience video audience video – incomplete (4 missing songs)
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – soundcheck video soundcheck – HD videos
2012-05-20 West Lake Music Festival, Hangzhou, China – webcast webcast video
2012-08-24 The Wick, Brooklyn, New York, US – video 2 tracks (MOV)

Tones On Tail

audio

1983-10-14 Dannys Flat Interview, Northampton, UK Jugent vol.8,
1984 Saturday Live, Radio One, London UK
1984-05-24 Limit Club, Sheffield, UK
1984-05-25 Beir Keller, Leeds, UK
1984-05-27 Nitemoves, Glasgow, UK
1984-05-28 The Gallery, Manchester, UK
1984-05-30 The Carioca on Xtacy Club Night, Worthing, UK
1984-05-31 Upstairs at Eric’s, Bournemouth, UK
1984-06-05 The Venue, London, UK
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 2 mislabeled as ‘Beir Keller, Leeds, UK 1984-05-25’
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 3 mislabeled as ‘Music Machine, LA, US 1984-10-11’
1984-10-08 I-Bean, San Francisco, USA – version 1 Audience / G/VG Stereo
1984-10-19 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, USA – version 1 missing last song
1984-10-19 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, USA – version 2
2009-07-15 KRJC Radio, Los Altos Hills, CA

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