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Autogift EP (Also Known as The Skin Single)
(Fiction) 1989

2.Eat Eat Eat
3.Red Moon
All Good..but all on Sell Me A God.
So maybe nice as a sampler....

Plastic Bag EP
(12"/CDS) (Fiction)
  1/7/89 (CIFCD1)

1.Mr And Mrs Smack
2.Little Country
3.Baby Boom

The cd was thrown to the crowd on various gigs on the 1989 The Plastic Tour.
Also was thrown out at gigs and festivals for a couple of years later!
I got mine at Reading...early 90's.
Tracks wise the B-sides are..ok, the lead track a rather standard Eat number.

(7"/12") (Fiction)
1989 (FICSX32)

1.Tombstone (Video Mix)
3.Tombstone (Beyond The Groove Mix)

Hmmmm...these singles are all great songs, but they're on the album and B-sides are of minimal quality.

Summer In The City
1989 Fiction Records, Cifx2

1.Summer In The City
2.Two Nations
3.Gyrate (Extended Jib Mix)

As with all early Eat singles, hmmm-ish b-sides make this a single for fans only, the lead track is on the album, Gyrate is barely any different from the LP version.  

Psycho Couch
(12"/CDS/7") (Fiction)
1990 (YESX3P/YESCD3)

Side A 12"/1. Psycho Couch
Side B 12"/2. Alien Detector - Extended Mix
3. Psycho Couch - The Chaise Lounge Mix

Essential, and deeply odd.
Great, non album, single, the video was dead odd too...B-sides are even listenable..

Golden Egg

1. Golden Egg (Edit)
2. Belly Town
3.Streets Are Full
4.Double Bubble

Great song, worthwhile B-sides.
Vastly superior A-side to the version found on Epicure, Belly Town's great too.

Fiction Records, FIXCD45, 1992

2.Knock Me Down
3.On The Road Again
4.Out Of Line

Great single, we love it. Better edit than the album version too!
Arguably the best Eat single...

Bleed Me White
Fiction  UK#73
 FICS48/FICCD48DJ 1993

CDS1: 1. Bleed Me White
2. Haddlyanndan
3. Ice Pond.
CD2: 1.Bleed Me White
2.How Does It Feel
3.Late Again

Again, great song, worthwhile B-sides.
The riff on Bleed Me White is fantastic.


SELL ME A GOD  (LP/CD) Polydor/Fiction

  Out of print 1989 debut from defunct U.K. band signed to Chris Parry's Fiction label
SELL ME A GOD (Fiction 838 9441)

1. Tombstone  
2. Electric City  
3. Fatman  
4. Stories  
5. Walking Man  
6. Skin  
7. Red Moon  
8. Insect Head  
9. Body Bag  
10. Things I Need  
11. Judgement Train  
12. Gyrate  
13. Summer In The City  
14. Mr & Mrs Smack

    1993 NOVEMBER FICTION:1105
Epicure (UK Fiction) 1993 (November) 1994
Epicure (Fiction 1993)***.
EAT Epicure (1993 UK 12-track LP, picture sleeve with
lyric inner FIXH24)

This seems to be the US cover.
1. Belly Town  
2. Shame  
3. First Time Love Song  
4. Tranquilliser  
5. Golden Egg  
6. Bottle Blue  
7. Fecund  
8. Baby In Flares  
9. Fist  
10. Bleed Me White  
11. Out People  
12. Epicure


Viva Eight
Unknown Label, 1993
Live Tracks from The Town And Country Club (Now The Forum), Kentish Town, London

1  Take It Easy on Me (3:48)       
2  Really Scrape the Sky (4:34)       
3  Parafin Flat (3:00)       
4  Don't Shilly Shally (3:49)       
5  Talent to Follow (4:01)       
6  This River Will Never Run Dry (4:24)       
7  Two Lovers (3:20)       
8  Jack the Ripper (3:51)       
9  Nick the Stripper (4:10)       
10  Flying Jelly Attack (2:31)       
11  Shit Sells (1:08)       
12  Small Change (5:16)       
13  Staples (3:24)       
14  Annie's Gone (3:42)       
15  What Do I Get? (3:05)       
16  Two Wings Mambo (9:02)       
17  Can't Wait (4:11)       
18  Rush (6:21)       
19  Yr Own World (3:59)       
20  Golden Egg (4:50)       
21  Molasses (4:33)       
22  Dreams and Light (3:21)       
23  Something New (5:40)       
24  Bottle (5:46)       
25  How Much Are They? (8:04)       
26  Plasticity 6 Invisible Generation (2:45)       
27  Emotional Hooligan (7:07) 


CDS/12"/(FOCCD 1)
Free Records
Need An Image/Need A Copy


Wherever You Go There You Are
11 845183
Need A Copy

  1 Is That How You Get Off?
2 The Big Yoga Muffin
3.Tragedies Of Life (I'll Come Quietly)
4.Come To Huggy
5. Boredom Is A Luxury
6.Hey Freaklips
7.The Beauty Of Power
8 Me And Libby Part II
9 Queenie
10 Tragedies Of
Life (Slight Return)

Not Heard It.....

Decorate My Rut
Need A Copy

1 Decorate My Rut
2 Come To Huggy
3 Let's Talk About Me
4 Big Yoga Muffin (original demo)

Again, never heard it....

Is That How You Get Off
2 Part CD Single
Need An Image/Need A Copy


Don't Be Too Honest
Need An Image/Need A Copy
(17 November, 1995)
Label: Hmd
ASIN: B00000842Z
Catalogue Number: HMD0012
 Don't Be Too Honest
Confessions of a Thug (acoustic)
Excuse Me? (demo)

Need An Image/Need A Copy
Mental Hygiene
Crude Manipulator

    WeKnowWhereYouLive released their debut
single 'Don't Be Too Honest' on November 20th,
and set off on their second tour on the same day.
The band consists of ex Wonder Stuff members
Malcolm Treece, Paul Clifford and Martin Gilks,
and the former singer from Eat, Ange Dolittle.

So, how did the band get together? "We still wanted to make music," reflects Paul, "but The Wonder Stuff
felt like a tired format. Malc and I started doing some stuff together pretty much as The Wonder Stuff split,
and hooked up with Ange, who we had known for years, in September or October 1994. We didn't have a
drummer, so Martin helped us out, and ended up joining in December."

As they have known each other for so long they are all quite comfortable with each other's company, luckily.
They rehearse by all going into the studio and banging out ideas until they come up with the sound they are
looking for. Asked how their sound differs from their previous bands, Ange answers,
"W-E - A-R-E - H-E-A-V-Y." Right, Ange. 'Got it!

After the pressures of being in a band as big as The Wonder Stuff, and all the corporate machinery involved,
being in a new band provided the chance for a fresh start, and to try and make sure they didn't reach that
same point of pressure again. "Now we make sure that we keep control of everything; beforehand we
didn't even know some of the people working for us," Paul comments wryly.

WeKnowWhereYouLive relax between rehearsals by going ten pin
bowling. They are all on the wagon, so the story goes. "Bowling and coffee
are our drugs. We're the first Post-Psychiatric band," muses Paul,
"Bowling is fucking top," Ange interjects.

Back in May, the band embarked on their first tour. Paul told us, "We
wanted to try the songs live before we recorded anything, hence the first
tour. The response was encouraging, especially at Reading, where people
seemed into it from where we were." (I wonder how much Ange's flashing,
as he walked on stage in his kilt, had to do with getting the audience going,
but I don't ask!) Ange, are you looking forward to this second tour? "What
a strange question" was his reply.

WeKnowWhereYouLive's debut single was released recently on their
own label, Hatched Matched & Dispatched. Surely this is an expensive and
risky gamble, Paul? "We didn't want to work with Polydor anymore, so
having our own label seemed a way of releasing something so the people
know what we're about. It's not as hard as record companies would have
you believe," he replies. "And we're fat, ugly, old, bitter, grey," adds Ange.

Some people say that WeKnowWhereYouLive feel in competition with Miles Hunt's new band, Vent.
What would you say about that, Ange? "As I said before, it's like when you meet an ex girl/boyfriend. You
wonder who she/he is going out with, and is she/he better in bed than you are. Does she/he make she/he
laugh etc. Eventually the questions disappear, and become irrelevant."

Nearly every review or interview refers to their previous bands. It makes you wonder if they will ever be
free from their past lives.

Ange considers this. "Oh England, you tiny island. People
are fickle. We forget. Something better comes along. You
go abroad - no one knew Eat or The Wonder Stuff. We
will soon find out." On a more serious note he adds, "If
anything, you have to be so much better, 'coz the press will
be so much more critical." How do you feel about these
comparisons though? "We Know Where They Live" he

What does the future hold for WeKnowWhereYouLive?
Mega-stardom? Relative obscurity? Where Ange, do you
want to go with this band?
"Soundgarden will be asking for a support slot! - Give
yourself limitations and those limitations will be given to

The man has spoken - heed him well!