Pornography - LMG Question.

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Postby markus » 14 May 2008 11:28

Thanks for clearing that up. I figured that a few whites slipped out without the purple sticker. Cheers.
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Re: Pornography white label

Postby nickking » 14 May 2008 11:34

Mr Maureen wrote:Its a purple label stuck on top of a white label,end of.


Ah, apologies - cheers for clearing it up. :)
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Postby Zenarchy » 14 May 2008 13:45

Mr Maureen wrote:Dill was also involved with Pornography.
Steve Caton worked on all the Switzerland stuff.Check out the sleeve credits. :D

Anyone know Dill's wherabouts?


Oh I know what the sleeve credits say, but I'm going off what Martin told me at the time. I was around Irlam quite a lot when they were doing "2", and it was only Martin and Neale there. I think I saw Ste there once at that time, but he was only visiting, didn't stay long and didn't contribute to the music.

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Re: Pornography white label

Postby Zenarchy » 14 May 2008 13:54

nickking wrote:
Zenarchy wrote:The LMG / LMGSM white label was the only thing they did - and it was a white label - it never got a "proper" release as far as I know.


Ah, but what about this?

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Well that's the version I was given. I never saw a copy with an actual white label, though I've seen pictures of one.

But despite the Cadbury parody purple label, I meant that it was a "white label" in the sense that it was a promotional 12", self-financed and self-released (yes, it might say "Gash 1" on the label, but there was never a Gash Records) in limited numbers.

Hope this clarifies my previous post?

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Postby Mr Maureen » 17 Sep 2008 23:00

Zenarchy wrote:
Mr Maureen wrote:Dill was also involved with Pornography.
Steve Caton worked on all the Switzerland stuff.Check out the sleeve credits. :D

Anyone know Dill's wherabouts?


Oh I know what the sleeve credits say, but I'm going off what Martin told me at the time. I was around Irlam quite a lot when they were doing "2", and it was only Martin and Neale there. I think I saw Ste there once at that time, but he was only visiting, didn't stay long and didn't contribute to the music.

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