Label: Touch And Go – TG200, Touch And Go – 200, Touch And Go – TG 200
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, 180g
Country: UK, Europe & US
Released: 19 May 1998
Style: Alternative Rock, Noise, Math Rock, Post-Punk
albini and co’s follow up to 1994’s ‘action park’. if anything, shellac’s angular thunder has taken a turn to the more melodic with ‘terraform’. todd trainer and bob weston’s untouchable rhymth section is as stark and brutal as ever, while albini brings the pain as usual. essential.
A1 Didn’t We Deserve A Look At You The Way You Really Are 12:19
A2 This Is A Picture 2:30
A3 Disgrace 2:42
B1 Mouthpiece 4:44
B2 Canada 2:21
B3 Rush Job 2:17
B4 House Full Of Garbage 7:37
B5 Copper 1:48
Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
Pressed By – EMI Records
Copyright (c) – Shellac Of North America
Distributed By – EFA – 19200-1
Instruments – Weston*, Albini*, Trainer*
Mastered By [Direct Metal Mastering] – John Loder, Nick Webb
Painting [Paintings] – Chesley Bonestell
Tape Op [Audiotape Operator] – Alex Scannell, Fred Popolo, John Forbes, John Loder, Pat Kenneally, Rob Bochnik, Tom Zaluckyj
Technician [Live Audio Assist] – Corey Rusk, Gerard Boissy*
Copyright 1997 Shellac Of North America
Recorded: Chicago, Fall 1995 – Spring 1996, Abbey Road, Fall 1996.
Plating, pressing, EMI, London.
Hard cardboard gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeve including artwork and credits.
Sticker on plastic jacket: ‘CD And 180 Gram Virgin Vinyl LP Are The Same Price’.
Paintings courtesy Estate of Chesley Bonestell, Space Art Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
Made in England.
Errata 539 4495 Chandler & Price.
EFA distribution code and barcode can be found on alternative sticker only.
No printed track durations.
Catalog number appearances:
“TG200” on spine
“TG 200” on labels
“200” on inner sleeve