Siamese Twins-Recorded at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith Feb. 1983
Forever-Outtake from Faith sessions 1981
Hello I Love You- Outtake from the W. Country Sessions 1981
Why Can't I Be You- Vocal demo, Miravel Studios, France 1986
World War- Outtake from 1st album sessions, late 1978
Cold Colours-Alternate studio version
In Between Days-Alternate studio demo
Sinking-Alternate studio demo
See The Children-Easy Cure demo from 1977/8
Meathook-Easy Cure demo from 1977/8
I Want To Be Old-Easy Cure demo from 1977/8
Listen (pillbox tales)-Easy Cure demo from 1977/8
Need Myself-Easy Cure demo from 1977/8
Piggy In The Mirror-Demo from The Top lp
Cats Like Cheese-Demo from The Top lp
Bananafishbones-Demo from The Top lp
Subway Song-BBC session, October 1979
A Forest-BBC session, March 1980
All Cats Are Grey-BBC session, January 1981
Hello I Love You-Trash Metal demo version
If you are familiar with this bootleg, please rate it for others that might
not be familiar with it (10 is the best). To view all of the albums in order of
fan ranking, check out the ranked bootleg list.
You can find most of these songs, if not all, on other boots.
Overall it's a pretty good CD, even though they lied about
track four being from 1981. It's the same version as on Rubyiat.
The cover is the picture of Bob with both hands on his head and
not looking very happy. Pictures on the inside are taken from
the Hot!Hot!Hot! video.
The $20 I dropped for this disc was well
spent. That said, the track listing is
somewhat inaccurate. Track 6 is identical
to the track that that appears on "Boys
Don't Cry", except it doesn't have the
reprise at the end.
Track 7 sounds very much like the 1-15-80
Peel Sessions version. Tracks 10-14 are
from the first Hansa sessions, 10-11-77.
Special message: the 2 seconds of silence
in Track 14 is superflous! Finally, Track
18 is most likely from the 5-6-79 Peel
Sessions. Later days.