8 Eyed Spy - Live

8 Eyed Spy - Live Tape

Original Release Date

1981

Release Information

US Tape 1981 (ROIR - A-101)

A1 Diddy Wah Diddy 2:14
A2 Love Split With Blood 2:11
A3 Sorry For Behaving So Badly 1:51
A4 Innocence 1:26
A5 Boy Meets Girl 1:57
A6 Swamp Song 2:51
A7 Run Through The Jungle 5:47
B1 Motor Oil Shanty 4:36
B2 Ran Away Dark 1:59
B3 Lazy In Love 3:17
B4 Looking For Someone 2:34
B5 Frantic 1:42
B6 Maintaining My Cool 2:14

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France LP 1991 (Danceteria - DAN LP 087)

A1 Diddy Wah Diddy 2:14
A2 Love Split With Blood 2:11
A3 Sorry For Behaving So Badly 1:51
A4 Innocence 1:26
A5 Boy Meets Girl 1:57
A6 Swamp Song 2:51
B1 Run Through The Jungle 5:47
B2 Motor Oil Shanty 4:36
B3 Ran Away Dark 1:59
B4 Lazy In Love 3:17
B5 Looking For Someone 2:34
B6 Frantic 1:42
B7 Maintaining My Cool 2:14

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France CD 1991 (Danceteria - DAN CD 087)

1 Diddy Wah Diddy 2:14
2 Love Split With Blood 2:11
3 Sorry For Behaving So Badly 1:51
4 Innocence 1:26
5 Boy Meets Girl 1:57
6 Swamp Song 2:51
7 Run Through The Jungle 5:47
8 Motor Oil Shanty 4:36
9 Ran Away Dark 1:59
10 Lazy In Love 3:17
11 Looking For Someone 2:34
12 Frantic 1:42
13 Maintaining My Cool 2:14

Chart Placings

None

Credits

Lydia Lunch - vocals
Jim Sclavunos - drums
George Scott - bass
Pat Irwin - sax and guitar
Michael Paumgarden - guitar

All material on this cassette was recorded live between January 1980 and August 1980
Reprocesssed from Live Tapes by Chris Stamey
Mixing Engineer - Paul Stevens
Mixed at Greene Street Recording Studios
Mastering Engineer - Stanley Moskowitz
Liner Notes - Byron Coley
Photography - Maureen O'Malley
Executive Producer - John Hanti
Concept - Neil Cooper

Reviews & Opinions

ROBERT CHRISTGAU: I've always had my doubts about Lydia Lunch, but this Chris Stamey-recorded tape establishes her beyond doubt as the most promising female novelty artist in the American underground. Unlike Debora Iyall, she makes no apparent distinction between sex and eros, which is why she's a novelty artist, but Iyall should follow her lead in the giving-it-what-you-got department. Pat Irwin's dissenting sax and George Scott's pushy bass are what they got, and where they got it was James Chance. B+

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8 Eyed Spy - Live - France LP 1991 (Danceteria - DAN LP 087)

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