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Cadaverous Condition - What the Waves Were Always Saying
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What the Waves Were Always Saying

Cadaverous Condition

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
May 2003
Catalog ID:
Starry 4
Version desc.:
CD-R
Label:
Starry
Format:
CD
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1. Now We Make the Past Undone 03:18   Show lyrics
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2. To the Distant Grey 03:09   Show lyrics
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3. Snaketime (Reptilicus cover) 04:02   Show lyrics
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4. Shores of Yesterday 03:01   Show lyrics
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5. The Once and Future King 02:48   Show lyrics
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6. Tesco Girl (Rerecorded Version) 03:13   Show lyrics
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7. Plate IV 05:18   Show lyrics
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8. And Never Return 03:35   Show lyrics
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Band members
Paul Droneberger Drums
René Kramer Guitars
Wolfgang Weiss Vocals
Jürgen Weinhofer Bass
Manfred Bayer Guitars
Guest/Session
Peter Droneberger Bass
Miscellaneous staff
Peter Droneberger Producer, Recording, Mixing
Peter Droneberger Producer, Recording, Mixing
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Track 7 is written and performed by Product 8 (Börkur Sigurdsson and Jóhann Eiriksson).

This CD-R was given away free at two Cadaverous Condition concerts in Reykjavik, Iceland in May 2003.

The release includes a pamphlet written by Bill Drummond of KLF and K Foundation. CDr and pamphlet were specifically produced for the CC concerts at the Sólmyrkvi Festival in Iceland, 30th and 31st May 2003.

2 CDrs plus pamphlet have been sent as a message in a bottle. They were thrown into the sea from cliffs in Iceland. One bottle was thrown from the cliffs of Hafnaberg, the other one was cast into the sea from the western cliffs of Snaefellsnes.

Recording information:

Recorded and mixed March/April 2003 at Lifebook Studio.
Drums recorded at Noirmont Point.

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