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Artist Song Album Label Comments Comp
The Who Armenia City In The Sky The Who Sell Out Track Records 1967
Sparks Tits Indiscreet Island 1975; 5th studio album
Sparks Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth Propaganda Island 1974
The Who Tattoo The Who Sell Out Track Records 1967
Future Bible Heroes Let's Go To Sleep (And Never Come Back) Partygoing Merge 2013
Yuzo Koshiro Streets of Rage - Fighting in the Street Bare Knuckle OST Japanese video game music composer, arranger, and music programmer. He is often regarded as one of the most influential innovators in chiptune and video game music
The Feelies Everybody's Got Something To Hide (Except Me And My Monkey) Crazy Rhythms Stiff 1980; debut; Haledon, NEW JERSEY
Tom Waits Lie To Me Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards ANTI- 2006
Morphine I'm Yours, You're Mine The Night 1999; 5th (and final) album
Magnetic Fields All The Umbrellas In London Get Lost Merge 1995; 5th album
Fabio Frizzi Violenza La Pelle Fabio Frizzi was born in Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, he is best known for his film scores. A frequent collaborator with horror director Lucio Fulci, his scores have become some of the most widely known in the genre, with his latest feature-length Horror work being the soundtrack to House of Forbidden Secrets for Director Todd Sheets. This song is composed by Lalo Schifrin for the soundtrack album to "La Pelle," a 1981 Italian war film directed by Liliana Cavani and starring Marcello Mastroianni, Ken Marshall, Claudia Cardinale and Burt Lancaster.
Bill Nelson Another Kiss for Your Slender Neck The Practice of Everyday Life
Gary Numan I'm An Agent Telekon Beggars Banquet 1980; 4th studio album (but 2nd under his own name)

a 1981 Italian war film directed by Liliana Cavani and starring Marcello Mastroianni, Ken Marshall, Claudia Cardinale and Burt Lancaster.
Brian Eno Some Of Them Are Old Here Come The Warm Jets Island 1974
Ganger Upye Hammock Style Merge
Coil Ostia (The Death of Pasolini) Horse Rotorvator
The Residents Six More Miles (To The Graveyard) Stars & Hank Forever! (American Composer Series Vol. 2) Ralph Records 1985; 2nd (& last) of The Residents' "American Composer Series," in which band did their take on famous American composers' compositions, in this case, Hank Williams, and half the album is demented John Philip Sousa marches, hence "Stars & [Hank] Forever"
Snakefinger Don't Lie Greener Postures Ralph Records 1980; 2nd full-length album; Snakefinger, AKA: Philip Charles Lithman, was an English musician, singer and songwriter. A multi-instrumentalist, he was best known for his guitar and violin work and his collaborations with The Residents. He died in 1987 at the age of 38.
Gary Wilson hold back the daylight Mary Had Brown Hair 2004
The Red Krayola Woof Singles 1968-2002 Drag City
Pere Ubu The Modern Dance The Modern Dance Blank 1978; Debut; formed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975. Despite many long-term band members, singer David Thomas is the only constant. The group's name is a reference to Ubu Roi, a play by French writer Alfred Jarry
Piano Circus Red Miniatures 2 Cherry Red Records 2000 C
Ron Geesin It's All Very New, You Know A Raise Of Eyebrows Scottish musician and composer, noted for his quirky creations and novel applications of sound. He is probably best known as the orchestrator and organizer of Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother" in 1970, after the band found themselves hopelessly deadlocked over how to complete it. Geesin first collaborated with the band's Roger Waters (the two men shared a love of golf) on the unconventional film soundtrack Music from "The Body" (1970), sampling sounds made by the human body. Geesin played piano with The Downtown Syncopators, a Dixieland band emulating the 'Original Dixieland Band' during the 1960s.
Ron Geesin Enterbrain Exit Miniatures Cherry Red
Alejandro Vinao An Imaginary Orchestrina Miniatures
Quentin Crisp Stop The Music For A Minute Miniatures
Simon Desorgher Tetrad Miniatures
Ralph Steadman Sweetest Love Miniatures
Radiohead Life In A Glass House Amnesiac