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........................news discography press gear webcam pictures gigs listen prizes history ringtones shop links
........................news discography press gear webcam pictures gigs listen prizes history ringtones shop links
........................news discography press gear webcam pictures gigs listen prizes history ringtones shop links
........................news discography press gear webcam pictures gigs listen prizes history ringtones shop links
........................news discography press gear webcam pictures gigs listen prizes history ringtones shop links

Discography Hello.


the back of the album

Fifth Column

Domino Records released Fifth Column in the UK on 20th October 2003, then in the rest of Europe in the following months, and via Playground in Scandinavia. There's a special Russian version too, which is the same but with some booklet text in Russian. You can sometimes get the cd or vinyl at the Domino website.

It's got 14 songs on it and it's about 3/4 of an hour long.

The cover is from Norway's Lysebotn area and the back cover is from Tiree, a Scottish island. The vinyl sleeve was "reverse printed", as with the Amsterdam single.

Full Tracklisting and some Lyrics & chords




the back of the single

Amsterdam / Here on my Own

Double "A" side vinyl single, released by Domino from September 21st, 2003.

The songs here are taken from the album, Fifth Column.

The cover is a picture from Glen Etive in Scotland. The back cover features a picture taken from the mouth of a one kilometre long road tunnel in Norway's Lysefjord.

The cover of the single was "reverse printed" which means the shiny side of the cardboard is on the inside. The pictures are still on the outside, of course.




the back of the live cdr

Live At King Tut's (cdr)

27 minutes long, recorded in Glasgow on 21st December 2003, at the first proper unpoc gig. Seven songs from Fifth Column and two others, played with varying amounts of nerves and errors!

There are 200 numbered copies and 50 unnumbered ones (before we thought of the numbering thing). The recording has that classic "recorded straight from the sound desk" sound, meaning it would sound even better with some reverb.





Also...


fence reunited cd
(Fence Records, 22/3/04)

Fence Reunited

This is a cd of collaborations between Fence Collective people. The unpoc one's called "We're on a Roll".

After the vocals and guitar were recorded, the tapes went to Fence Central, where King Creosote did some orchestration magic before passing the baton to Gummi Bako for backing vocals.

You can find out more about this cd at the fence website.



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