Bacon & Feeves "Nocturnal Emissions"

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"Bacon & Feeves - Nocturnal Emissions" occurred when our Resistorhead shipmate 1 Meg departed from St. John's on his intergalactic voyage while 22k & 47K (A.K.A. "Bacon & Feeves") continued making lousy recordings through the night. Despite our geographical conundrum, we vowed to maintain some sort of collective recording capacity, and three of the tracks on "Nocturnal Emissions" (Je Suis Le Ninja, 49 Degrees, and Karatorama) arrived to us (from outer space) via Canada Post on stereo cassette format sometime in early 1995 thanks to our our cohort 1 Meg. Since I didn't have mixable masters for these songs, alas they're only available on the transfer of the original cassette - which (of course) is included as bonus material with the B&F download. Mr. Hooper was recorded sometime in 1994 and is found on the "Resistorhead 4 Track Fury" release, also features 1 Meg as part of the lineup. Still searching for the mixable master of the song "Rhonda's Lament".... buried on an unlabeled tape in the pile somewhere.... so you only hear a beefed up stereo edit here. Colin Stoker appeared on a couple of these songs. 15-20 copies sold/distributed.

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released March 1, 1995

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Tapehead International St. John'S, Newfoundland and Labrador

Just before the dawn of the information superhighway as we now know it, and shortly before the advent of high quality DAW technology being an affordable reality for most creative folk - we were part of the last generation of musicians to use low quality multi-track cassette recorders as the affordable & easy home recording platform. Ride free and tape it all young goats. ... more

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