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Discography Hello.


the back of the single

Amsterdam / Here on my Own

This vinyl 7" single was Domino's first unpoc release. It's a "double A side", both songs coming from the Fifth Column album, and it came out on 21st September 2003.

The front cover photo was taken on the north shore of the top end of Loch Etive in Scotland.

The back cover photo is of the mouth of the very long Lysetunnelen road tunnel, near Lysebotn in Norway. The album front cover photo was taken an hour later, a couple of miles further up the mountain.

The sleeve 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 album

Fifth Column

A month after the single, Domino released the album, on October 20th 2003. You can listen to it on the streaming sites these days but on first release, it was vinyl and CD in the UK and Europe. It came out via Playground Music in Scandinavia at the same time and then on CD in Russia (with some Russian text in the booklet) in 2004.

It has 14 songs, across 46 mins.

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

Full Tracklisting and some Lyrics & chords




the back of the live cdr

Live At King Tut's (cdr)

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

This was intended as a merch table item, no official release date, but I think I got the CDs from Domino in late spring 2004. There are 250 copies. They came in flat plastic sleeves with a printed paper insert, and the CDRs inside have a Domino logo printed directly onto the disc.

I took these CDs to the various Swedish shows in 2004. It only occurred to me to number them the day after the Malmo show so as well as 200 numbered copies, there are 50 or so unnumbered copies, mostly in circulation around the Malmo, Stockholm and Karlskrona areas.





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". It's a song I wrote in Autumn 2003, a month after the album came out and a month before my first proper live show (at King Tut's in Glasgow).

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 his backing vocals.

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



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