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7" Jan1981 Self Immolation WOMB S201 FR
CS 1981 Compact Cassette ECHO #2 IT
7" Apr1981 Self Immolation WOMB ALL 007 FR
LP Sep1981 Self Immolation WOMB OYBL 1 FR CD 12Aug1997 Thirsty Ear THI 57034.2 US CD Nov1997 d:pop/Blue Noise DRCN 25009 JP
LP 1981 United Dairies UD 012 GB CS 198? United Dairies UDT 028 GB CS 19?? RRR ?? US
7" Jan1982 Self Immolation WOMB KX07 FR
12" Apr1982 Self Immolation WOMB WSUSC 12.5 FR
LP Aug1982 Self Immolation WOMB OYBL 2 FR CD 12Aug1997 Thirsty Ear THI 57035.2 US CD Nov1997 d:pop/Blue Noise DRCN 25010 JP
3xLP 1982 Self Immolation WOMB 6T33 GBNotes:
1982"Wash It All Off", "Today I Started Slogging Again", "Clothes Hoist", "Ignorance Is Bliss" and "Halo Flamin' Lead" were recorded for this radio show in December 1982, which was never released. Some tracks were later remixed and released elsewhere, but "Ignorance Is Bliss" has never been released, meaning these tracks are only to be found on unauthorized copies of the show, which was broadcast in 1983.
flexi 1983 Supernatural SINK1 JPA red flexi featuring a rough version of that track; almost positively recorded from Dutch radio (VPRO) session.
CS 1983 Normal None DE CS 1983 'Hearsay & Heresie' None GB CS 1989? Normal None DE
CS 1983 NME NME 008 GB
LP Sep1984 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FDL 3 GB LP 1984 Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. YX-7347-AX JP LP 1984 Self Immolation/Ze/PVC (test) PVC 9903 US LP 1984 Self Immolation/Ze/PVC PVC 9903 CA LP 1984 Self Immolation/Ze/PVC PVC 9903 US CS 1984 Self Immolation/Ze/PVC PVCC 9903 US CD 1984 Self Immolation/Ze/PVC PVCD 9903 US CD 1987 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FDL 3 CD GB CD 23May1995 Thirsty Ear THI 57009.2 US CD 2007 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare SBZ052CD GB
The PVC release of the LP includes a bonus EP with the following tracks as taken from the WOMB FGH 12.8 and WOMB UNC 12.7 releases (note that these tracks are also listed on the cover of the PVC CD, but do NOT actually appear on the disc):
The Canadian PVC LP+EP version is identical save for the lack of an
The 2007 Some Bizzare CD release is digipack format, with remastered audio and re-worked artwork.
12" Oct1984 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FAT 11.12 GB 12" 1984 Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. YW-7423-AX JP 12" 1984 Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. YX-7423-AX JP
12" 1984 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FGH 8.12 GB 12" 1984 Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. YX-7427-AX JP
12" 1984 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB UNC 7.12 GB
LP 1985 Thirsty Ear (promo) UKB-6 GB
LP 1985 Some Bizzare/EMI TAPE 1/EJ 26 06631 GB LP 1985 Some Bizzare/Toshiba EMI EMS-91141 JP CS 1985 Some Bizzare/EMI EJ 26 0663 4 GB LP 1985 Some Bizzare/Capitol ST-12439 CA LP 1990 Some Bizzare SBZLP1 GB CD 1990? Some Bizzare SBZCD001 GB CD 1996 Some Bizzare (re-issue) SBZCD001 GB CD 1997 Thirsty Ear THI 57028.2 US
LP 1985 Organik ORG 85-1 CH LP 1985? Organik? ORG 85-1 GB
LP 1985 BBE/Radio Entertainment NC-004-U1 USA promotional LP meant for on-air play, featuring an interview with Thirlwell, and "Satan Place" from 'Hole'.
12" May1985 K.422/Some Bizzare WISE 1 GB 12" 1985 Wax Trax! WAX 012 US 12" 1985 K.422 WISE 112 GB
box 1985 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare FOE 1 GBNotes:
LP 1985 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 4 GB LP 1985 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 4 NL CS 1985 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB CFIP4 GB LP 1985 Rough Trade RTD 32 DE LP 1985 Pussy Disc 4711 FR LP 1985 Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. YX-7373-AX JP CD 1986 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 4 CD FR LP 1986 Self Immolation/Homestead HMS 041 US CS 1986 Self Immolation/Homestead HMS 041-4 US CD 27Jul1987 Self Immolation/Homestead HMS 041-2 US CD 23May1995 Thirsty Ear THI 57008.2 US CD 2007 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare SBZ053CD GB
12" Nov1986 K.422/Some Bizzare WISE 2 GB 12" 1986 K.422/Some Bizzare/Relativity 88561 8137 1 US 12" 1986 Recordvox WISE 002 DE 12" 1986 K.422 WISE 212 GB
mLP Jul1987 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FAN 13 GB mLP 1987 Some Bizzare/Relativity 88561-8186-1 US CS 1987 Some Bizzare/Relativity (promo) 88561-8186-4 US
LP 1987 K.422/Some Bizzare WISE 3 GB LP 1987 Recordvox/SPV/K.422 WISE 003/SPV 098001 DE CD 1987 K.422/Some Bizzare WISE 3 CD GB LP 1987 K.422/Some Bizzare/Relativity 88561 8136 1 US CS 1987 K.422/Some Bizzare/Relativity 88561 8136 4 US CD 1995 Thirsty Ear THI 57015.2 US
Some vinyl copies include a poster entitled "Everybody's Ass Is Up For Grabs", a full-color version of the 'Dirtdish' CD sleeve center artwork by Robert Williams.
Tape issue includes above tracks multiple times (minus CD-only tracks).
'Reflex' magazine's discography states the initial release was in Nov 1986.
The first GB edition featured the "deluxe cover", consisting of the wings on the cover being of a metallic foil, a cardboard inner sleeve, and a sticker on the cover stating it featured "Clint Ruin SFOTW Roli Mosimann".
The first DE edition featured the same cover sans sticker with a soft inner sleeve.
Subsequent re-issues on vinyl featured a simple cover where the wings were just a silver color.
CS 1987 unreleased WISE 004 VIDEO 1987 unreleased WISE V05
12" 1987 Some Bizzare SLUT 1 GB CD Sep1997 Some Bizarre SBZ034CD GB CD Feb1998 Thirsty Ear THI 57042.2 US
The Some Bizzare CD re-issue was renamed MARC ALMOND & FOETUS 'Violent Silence*Flesh Volcano', which seems to be a mistake or perhaps a poor joke, as "Violent Silence" is from a different Marc Almond release. The Some Bizzare CD re-issue track list is:
"Love Amongst The Ruined" taken from the 'If You Can't Please Yourself You Can't Please Your Soul' various artists LP (see below). "Burning Boats" credited on the Some Bizzare CD re- issue as being from "The House Is Haunted (By The Echo Of Your Last Goodbye)", (see MARC ALMOND below), and also appears on the the ANNIE HOGAN 'Plays Kickabye' 12"EP (see below). "A Million Manias" credited on the Some Bizzare CD re-issue as being from the MARC & THE MAMBAS 'Torment & Toreros' release, which is incorrect, as this version is the 10:16 version. Suspicion is that it is the "MultiManiaMix" from the MARC & THE MAMBAS 'Torment' 12", but without timing it one cannot be sure. Thirlwell does sing background on both versions, though. "Slut" is a re-edited version of SFOTW's "Smut" from the 'Ramrod' 12" (see below), or vice-versa. Note that on the 'Slut' 12" side 2 plays at 33 RPM; the tracks on the CD are the 45 RPM versions, and in this form "Bruisin Chain" is a re-edited vocal version of the FOETUS ALL-NUDE REVUE "Rattlesnake Insurance" from the 'Bedrock' release, and "The Universal Cesspool" is a vocal version of the first half of "Diabolus In Musica" from the same release (the second half being used on the soundtrack to LYDIA LUNCH's 'The Gun Is Loaded' video).The Thirsty Ear CD re-issue, released 10 Feb 1998, also changed the artist credits to MARC ALMOND & FOETUS, though the title remains intact. The change is due to the added tracks from Thirlwell + Marc Almond collaborations (as opposed to the Almond tracks that appeared on the Some Bizzare re-issue), which are:
12" 1987 Widowspeak WSP 14 US CD 1989 Widowspeak WSP 20 CD US CD 1989 Torso/Widowspeak TORSO CD 142 DE CD 19?? Torso/EFA/Widowspeak TORSO CD 142/EFA 02351-26 DE CD 1996 Atavistic ALP053CD US
12" Oct1987 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB PIG 12.12 GB 12" 1987 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare/ 88561-8187-1 US Relativity
LP Sep1988 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 5 GB LP 1988 Torso TORSO 33083 NL LP 1988 Danceteria/Self Immolation/Some Bizzare DAN LP 009/WOMB FIP 5 BE LP 1988 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare/Rough Trade Records RTD 81 DE CD 1988 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 5 CD CH CS 1988 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB FIP 5C GB CD 18Jul1995 Thirsty Ear THI 57013.2 US CD 2007 Some Bizzare SBZ054CD GB
2xLP 1988 no label RIFLE 1 GB 2xLP 1988 no label RIFLEPIC 1 GB CD 1988 no label RIFLE CD 1 GB CD 1988 EFA/Jungle RIFLE CD 1/75179 26 CD GB 2xLP 1996 no label (re-issue) RIFLEPIC 1 GB CD 1996 no label (re-issue) RIFLE 1 CD GB CD 25Aug1998 Invisible INV121 US
Some versions of the first plain black vinyl LP issue included a photocopied track listing.
Second LP release (RIFLEPIC 1) is a double picture disc.
This is an "official bootleg" release (aka an "auto-bootleg").
"Hate Feeler" is actually a cover of the Alex Harvey song "Faith Healer", which also appears (under it's real name) on the 'Male' live release (listed below).
After its initial release, Jungle records released 2,000 copies
in 1988, and 500 more on June 29th 1996, in the double LP picture-
An unauthorized CD re-issue happened near the end of September 1996, by Jungle, which was almost immediately halted.
Of interest is that side D of the double-picture disc can be used as a clock, if one finds clock innards to install on the back side. Unfortunately, side D was also mis-printed during the some of the 1988 and 1996 pressings, resulting in about 1/6 of the image missing.
Ever since the original release, one of the sleeve panels has been backwards (suspected is one featuring Japanese typography, but Thirlwell has never stated which one).
2xLP 1989 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB INC 6 GB CD 1989 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB INC 6 CD GB CS 1989 Self Immolation/Some Bizzare WOMB INC 6 C GB 2xLP 1989 Wax Trax! (test pressing) WAX 7110 US 2xLP 1989 Wax Trax! WAX 7110 US CD 1989 Wax Trax! WAX CD 7110 US CS 1989 Wax Trax! WAX CS 7110 US CD 1995 Thirsty Ear THI 57014.2 US CD 2007 Some Bizzare SBZ074CD GB
7" Mar1990 Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 34 US
12" May1990 Big Cat ABB 16 T GB CD 1990 Big Cat ABBS CD 16 GB 12" 1990 Wax Trax! WAX 911 US CD 1990 Wax Trax! WAX CD 911 US CD 1990 Wax Trax!/TVT Records TVT 8611 US 12" 1990 Self Immolation/Wax Trax! Womb Fly 18T/WAX 9111 CA
CS 1990 Wax Trax! (promo) None US
LP 1990 Some Bizzare SBZLP 003 GB CD 1990 Some Bizzare SBZCD 003 GB
flex Sep1990 Self Immolation/Reflex WOMBFLEX 1 US
flex Oct1990 Big Cat/Catalogue CAT086/FLX975 GB
7" EP 1991 Elemental 9177 US
LP 1991 Big Cat ABB 28 GB CD 1991 Big Cat ABB CD 28 GB
12"EP 1991 Big Cat ABB 26 T GB CDEP 1991 Big Cat ABBS CD 26 GB
EP 1991 Big Cat ABB 30X GB CD 1991 Big Cat ABB CD 30X GB
VHS 1992 Atavistic ATV 19 US DVD 2000 Atavistic ATV 4359 US
2xCD 1992 Big Cat ABB 31/2 CD GB 2xCS 1992 Big Cat ABB 31/2 C GB VHS 1992 Visionary JE 268 GB VHS 1993 Self Immolation/Atavistic ATV 24 US DVD 200? Self Immolation/Atavistic ATV 2736 US
Recorded live on November 3, 1990 at CBGB, NYC.
"Faith Healer" written by Alex Harvey.
"Puppet Dude" is a reworked version of Elton John's "Rocket Man" (and is a tribute of sorts to Jim Henson; see the listing for HE, below in section 3).
"Behemoth" written by TAD.
LP 1992? bootleg
LP 1992 Big Cat ABB 36 GB CD 1992 Big Cat ABB 36 CD GB
CD 1992 World Ends Limited/Volume V4CD FR
LP 1992 Big Cat ABB 37 GB CD 1992 Big Cat ABB 37 CD GB
10" 1993 Sympathy For The Record Industry SFTRI 134 US
CD 1993 Elemental Music 93902 US
2xCD 1993 Cleopatra CLEO 56942 US
VHS 1993 Cleopatra CLEO ?? US VHS 1994 Visionary JE 277 GB
2xLP 1993 Mental Decay Records MDR-04-1 DE CD 1993 Mental Decay Records MDR-04-2 DE
7" Jun1994 PCP Entertainment PCP-011 US
CD Jun1994 PCP Entertainment/Matador PCP-011 CD US
CD 1994 Big Cat ABB 67 CD GB CD 1994 Big Cat/Rough Trade 131-1856-2 GB
3xCD 1994 Wax Trax!/TVT Records TVT 7212-2 US 3xCD 1994 Wax Trax!/TVT Records TVT 7227-2 US
VHS 1994 Wax Trax!/TVT Records TVT 7221-3 US
VHS 1994 Visionary JE 270 GBBackground music includes "I'll Meet You In Poland Baby" as taken from the live 'Male' release.
VHS 1995 Tactical Mayhem Video None USAn aspiring music video director, Mr. Lerner made a "music video" montage, featuring, among other artists, "Stop Trying To Tie Me" by WISEBLOOD (reviewed in 'Film Threat 1995 Video Guide').
CD 1995 Sony (advance copy) SRCS 7758 JP CD 1995 Sony/Columbia CK66461 US CS 1995 Sony/Columbia (advance copy) ACC66461 US CD 1995 Big Cat ABB88CD GB CD 1995 Sony/Columbia ?? CA CD 1995 Sony ?? JP CD 1995 Rough Trade/Big Cat RTD 131.3188.2 DE CD 1995 Sony 4785442 AU
"Be Thankful", "Butter" and "Into The Light" (on the Japanese releases of 'Gash'), and "Friend Or Foe" also appear on the 'Null/Void' double CDEP (see below).
CD 1995 Thirsty Ear (promo) PRCD 1 USA promotional CD issued to promote the re-release by Thirsty Ear of Foetus' 'Hole' and 'Nail' LP's, as well as various Einsturzende Neubauten re-releases. Features from 'Hole':
EP 1995 Sony/Columbia ACD66666 US EP 1995 Big Cat ABB 87T GB CDEP 1995 Sony/Columbia CK66666 US CDEP 1995 Big Cat ABB 87S CD GB
CD 1995 CMJ CMJ-NMM020 US
CS 1995 Concrete Corner (promo) CRN 0695 CA
CD 1995 Foundations (promo) F CD 14 US
CD 1995 Foundations (promo) F CD 15 US
CD 1995 The Album Network (promo) RAWK 7 US
2xCD 1995 SWPC SWPC-26-06/ US 24-25/95
CD 1995 Sony/Columbia (promo) A 26215 US
VHS 1995 ?? ?? US
CD 1995 Caroline Records (promo) CARPRO ES
7" 1995 Sony/Columbia (promo) CS7 6986 USNotes:
VIDEO 1995 Sony/Columbia ?? USNotes:
CD 1996 Gonzo Circus GC015 BE
CD 1996 Neurostyle ?? DE
CD 1996 Blue Noise BNCD 001 JP CD 1996 Big Cat ABB 119 CD GB CD 20Aug1996 Cleopatra CLP 97892 US
7" 1996 Die Stadt 011/US961/FREE2 DE
2xCDEP 1996 Blue Noise BNCD 002-003 JP 2xCDEP 1996 Cleopatra CLP 99321-2 US CD 1997 V2 ?? GB
The 'Null' disc in this set differs from the original 'Null' release in that the original featured the LP version of "Verklemmt" while this disc features the Vid Mix of "Verklemmt". The Vid Mix was made at the same time as the LP mix, and differs in that it is shorter and features a slightly different mix, which was used for the "Verklemmt" video (as the name implies)."Iris Evergreen" is actually another "Verklemmt" mix, originally titled "Verklemmt - Iris Evergreen Monotomix" when 'Void' was slated for release on Sony; the title was changed for the final release.
"Friend Or Foe" also appears on 'Gash' (see above)."Incesticide" also appears on the Various Artists 'Mesomorph Enduros' release (see above); the Various Artists 'Mind The Gap 9' release (see above); as well as on the FOETUS INC. flexi-disc under the name "Somnambulumdrum" (see above).
"See Dick Run" also appears on the Various Artists 'Scary Songs For Kids' 7"EP (see above).The V2 release is a single disc.
CD Apr1997 Blue Noise BNCD 004 JP CD 1997 Thirsty Ear THI 57031.2 US CD 11Mar1997 Big Cat ABB 148x GB
CD 1998 BNE 040-2 IL CS 19?? BNE ?? IL
2xCD 19?? BNE BNE091-2 IL
CD 1999 Rhino R2 75933 US
DVD 2000? Cleopatra ?? USFeatures the video of "I'll Meet You In Poland Baby" (as on the 'Male' video - see above), this DVD is basically a repackaging of three earlier Cleopatra video releases: 'Industrial Revolution Vol. 1', 'Industrial Revolution Vol. 2' and 'Gothic Industrial Alternative Visuals'.
CD 08May2001 Thirsty Ear THI 57102.2 US CD 11Jun2001 nois-o-lution 32812 EC
CD Jun2001 Ectopic Ents Ect Ents 021 US
CD 18Sep2001 Thirsty Ear THI 57109.2 US CD 26Nov2001 nois-o-lution ?? EC 2LP26Nov2001 nois-o-lution 03283-1 EC
CD 2001 nois-o-lution 03285-2 EC
CD 2001 Batbeliever CD 08952 DE
4CD 2001 Rough Trade CDSTUMM191 GB
3CD 2001 Electronic Music Foundation EMF CD 028 US
CD 2001 Elegy ELGCD0017 FR
3xCD 2001 Big Eye Music CLP 97892 US
CD 2001 Spex Magazine SPEX#14 DE
CD 2001 Ox Fanzine oxcd30 DE
CD 28May2002 Ipecac IPC-028 GB
CD Oct2002 Ectopic Ents Ect Ents 024 US
CD 2002 Gonzo Circus GC043 BE
002 Microsoft US
CD 2002 Batbeliever CD 09432 DE
2xCD 2002 Neuton/Beats Underground BEYOND 001 CD DE
2xCD 2002 XXC/EFA 61684-2 DE
CD 2002 Spex Magazine SPEX #20 DE
CD 2003 EFA/Zoomshot/Angelwings 61690-2 DE
2xCD 2003 Orb Records Limited CDORB7 GB
CD 2003 Bat Believer 0155089525 DE
CD 2003 S.H.A.D.O. Records SUBO33CD IT
mLP Feb2003 Nail Records NAIL 06? IT
CDEP Nov2004 Ectopic Ents/Birdman Ect Ents 026/BMR 072 US CDEP 21Mar2005 Birdman/Rough Trade ?? DE?
CD 2004 Ash International Ash 5.8 GB
2xDVD 2004 Cleopatra DR-401 USNotes:
CD 2005 Ectopic Ents/Birdman BMR073 US CD+DVD 2005 Ectopic Ents/Birdman BMR073 US
CD 2005 Nail Records NAIL 12 IT
CD 2005 Ash International ASH 6.8 GB
CD+DVD 2005 Sony none USNotes:
CD 2005 D-Side DSICD0028 FR
CD 2005 Elegy ELGCD0036 FR
CD 2005 Elegy ELGCD0037 FR
CD 2006 Ectopic Ents ECT ENTS 028 US
'I Hate You All' different version (with Atsushi Sakurai on vocals) released on ATSUSHI SAKURAI - Ai no wakusei (see below).
'Into the Light' original version released on Null/Void (see above).
'Shrunken Man' originally released on THE THE - Interpretations, Issue 1: ShrunkenMan (see below).
'Mine is No Disgrace' originally released on MELVINS - The crybabe (see below).
'Not In Your Hands' original version released on Not Adam (see above).
'Paging Dr Strong' original version released on ROTOSKOP - Revolution : Lost (see below).
'Blessed Evening' original version released on Love (see above).
CD 2006 Some Bizzare 1707688 GB
CD 2007 Ectopic Ents/Birdman ECT ENTS 029/bmr103 US
CD 2007 Elegy ELGCD0049 FR
3xCD 2008 Brainwashed BRAIN013 US
10x7" 2008 Fractured Recordings FRACT01 GB
LP 2009 Williams Street 384-460-007-1 US CD 2009 Williams Street 384-460-007-2 US
CD+DVD 2009 Ectopic Ents ECT ENTS 30 US
DIG 2009 Ectopic Ents ECT ENTS 33 US
% Steroid Maximus
CD 2010 Tzadik/Ectopic Ents TZA8072/ECT ENTS 32 US
10"EP 2010 Optical Sound OS-045 FR
5xCD 2010 Innova 233 US
CD 2010 Ectopic Ents ECT ENTS 033 US
CD+DVD 2011 Ectopic Ents ECT ENTS 034 US
12" 1988 Virgin/Totenkopf 611960/TOT93 DEWhile Thirlwell was not directly involved, this item is noteworthy in that 2 Kut consisted of Ray Watts (aka PIG, Raymond Watts, Nainz Watts etc, also a member of the Foetus live band). On this 12" Watts sampled Thirlwell saying "I'm Gonna Explode" (from the track "DI-1-9026" on 'Nail'), and credited this sample as "featuring Baba Kowalski" (sic - ought to have been Bubba Kowalski).
12" 1985 Virgin GLOW1-12 GB 12" 1985 Virgin 602086-213 DEIncludes the track "Burning Boats", a collaboration between Almond and Thirlwell, which also appears on THE FLESH VOLCANO's 'Slut' release (see above), as well as the ANNIE HOGAN 'Plays Kickabye' release (see below).
LP Dec1986 Virgin 208 050 BE CD ? Some Bizarre SBZ035CD GBWhile Thirlwell did not appear on this recording, the track "Body Unknown" had previously been written for the IMMACULATE CONSUMPTIVE, which consisted of ALMOND, NICK CAVE, JIM FOETUS and LYDIA LUNCH, who performed 3 shows in NYC and DC including a night at the Danceteria 1983-10-30 (bootleg exist).
CD 2007 Invasion Wreck Chords INV040 ??Features the Ambassador21 remix of FOETUS' Time Marches On", original version released on Love (see above).
CD 1995 Rex Music 46013-2 USCredited as Jim Thirwell (sic) with a spoken word intro on the track "Refuge".
CD 1992 Columbia CSK-4825 US CD 1992 Beggars Banquet BBQ 9 CD GB 12" 199? ?? ?? GBCredited with remixing four versions of the title track - Aortalesque Mix, Prostated Mix, Thyroidinal Mix and Excemanemic Mix.
FILM 1998 none none US DVD 2005 Reel23 R23.01 NLFilm version of the JG Ballard book of the same name directed by Jonathon Weiss, the soundtrack for which features Thirlwell, James Plotkin, Main, Mufti from Neubauten, Caspar Brotzmann and Furnace.
CS 1994 Integrity INTG01 CAWhile no direct Thirlwell involvement, samples from New York or Bust! (from 'Deaf', listed above) appear on the track Symposium..., as well as being credited under "artists of particular relevance" as FOETUS. This release was a limited edition of 52 hand-numbered copies.
12" 1986 Shove Records SHOV5 USCo-credited (along with Roli Mosimann) with mixing.
CDS 1991 Harvest/EMI (promo) CDHAR 5300 GBCredited with remixing the track "One Step Too Far" - Brain Surgery Mix.
12" 1991 Harvest (Promo) 12HARDJ 5300 GBCredited with 'The Beyond vs. Jim Thirlwell' with remixing the track "One Step Too Far" - Brain Damage Mix, as well as "Empire" - Radiation Cocktail Mix.
CD 1992 Music For Nations/Harvest CDMFN 147 GB LP 1993 Music For Nations/Harvest MFN 147 GBCo-credited (with The Beyond) with production.
CDS 1992 Continuum (promo) 19204-0 ??Credited with remixing the track "One Step Too Far" - Brain Surgery Mix.
CD 1999 4AD CAD 9005 CD USA remixed and remastered set of BP live material, Thirlwell played saxaphone on the Birthday Party's cover of Iggy Pop & The Stooges' "Funhouse", previously seen only on bootleg cassettes from their 1982 Athens, Greece show.
LP 1988 Radium 226.05 RA035 SEThirlwell is credited under the name Bubba Kowalski with mixing the entire LP. Also note that one Black Snakes member was Richard Kern, and BLACK SNAKES are credited along with FOETUS for music for one of the Kern short films, so there may be more in- volvement there.
CD 1994 MNW Records Group MNWCD 264 SEA remixed & remastered re-issue of 'Crawl'; thanks are given to Jim Thirlwell.
CD 1993 Avant AVAN 026 JPJim Thirlwell is included in the "thanks to" list.
2x7" 1991 Amphetamine Reptile SCALE 39 USCredited as special guest and mixer on the track "Black Throat", originally by the Dark Brothers.
7" 1995 Amphetamine Reptile SCALE 79 USCredited as appearing on "Black Throat" under the name Clint Ruin.
CD 1995 Toy's Factory TFCK-88743 JPCredited as J.G. Thirlwell for guest vocals on the tracks "Black Throat" and "Not Guilty"; credited as Clint Ruin for production on the same two tracks.
CD 2000 In The Red ITR-68 US CD 1999 Virgin/City slang 20150-0 DE LP 1999 City slang/EFA 20150-1 DEThirlwell credited with mixing the track "Jaguar".
CD 2006 Monkey Music MONCD026 EUJ.G. Thirlwell is credited with co-writing two tracks, "Nightwalker" and "Nightwalker Part II", as well as credited with vocals on both tracks. The liner notes also give "Extra special thanks to Jim Thirlwell."
DVD 2005 Quiet Village Filmkunst ?? DEThirlwell is credited with "Original Music" for this full-length Horror/Drama film. Distributed by Unearthed Films on DVD in the USA.
LP 1983 Mute STUMM 17 GB CD 19?? Mute Int 846.811 GBCredited (with Nick Cave) for the music on the track "Wings off Flies".
VHS 1990 Mute/BMG 790 475 DE VHS 1990 Mute/BMG 790 475 AU VHS 1993 Atavistic ?? US 2xDVD 2006 Mute ?? USThirlwell & Lydia Lunch appear in this video, conversing with Blixa Bargeld backstage for about 2 minutes. Unfortunately, they talk over one another, thus most of the conversations are lost.
CDS 1997 Nova Zembla NZ083G ?? 12" 1997 Nova Zembla NZ083 BENo Thirlwell involvement, other than this release containing a cover version of WISEBLOOD's "Stumbo".
LP 1984 Force & Form/K.422 FFK 1 GB CD 1988 Force & Form FFKCD1 GBCredited as co-producer with Coil, as well as a large amount of additional sampling and arranging on "Panic" and Emulator 1 over- dubs on "At The Heart Of It All" on the LP pressing; while the CD simply credits Thirlwell for additional samples on "Panic" and co- production.
12" 1984 Force & Form/K.422 FFK5.12 GB 12" 1984 Wax Trax! Records WAX 013 US CD 1990 Wax Trax! Records WAXCD 013 US CD 1994 Wax Trax! Records/TVT TVT 7013 USCredited as Clint Ruin with additional samples, programming and instruments.
LP 1986 Boudisques Records ?? BE LP 1986 Force & Form/K.422 ROTA 1 GB LP 1986 Relativity Records 88561-8139-1 US CD 1989 None stated ROTA CD1 FR CD 1997 Some bizarre ROTA CD 1 GB?Credited as Clint Ruin with "brass derangements" on the track "Circles of Mania".
LP 1987 Threshold House LOCI 1 GB CD 1987 Threshold House LOCI CD1 GB LP 1990 Threshold House/Normal Records NORMAL 77 DE CD 1990 Threshold House/Normal Records NORMAL 77 CD DE CD 1989? Threshold House/Normal Records NORMAL 77 CD/LOCI CD1 AT CD ?? Threshold House/World Serpent LOCI CD 11 GBCredited with involvment with the tracks "The Broken Wheel" and "The Wheal" (the latter appearing on the CD, as well as on the bonus 7" that came with select copies of the 1987 LP release).
LP 1981 Come Organisation WDC 881012 GBA collaboration between Thirlwell and William Bennett (Whitehouse), pressed on translucent orange vinyl in an edition of 700 copies. Later bootlegged on black vinyl in an edition of about 500 copies. The entire LP later re-issued as part of the Susan Lawly label 'Anthology 2' collection on CD (see below).
CD 1996 Basura!/Priority Records 50550 USThirlwell remixed "You Can Lay With Dogs" for this release, which was briefly issued promotionally, then withdrawn.
LP 1991 Big Cat ABB 29 US/GB CD 1991 Big Cat ABB 29 CD FR CS 1991 Big Cat ABB 29 C US/GBCredited with mixing the tracks "Relief", "Empires Collapse", "Heads I Win, Tails You Lose", "Where's The Money", and "Hung Again".
12" 1993 Dedicated CRANE 006T DJ GBCredited with "additional production and remix" on three versions of the track "Clear" - Ultra Slim Fast Mix, Pepto Bismol Mix, and Scalpicin Mix.
12" 1993 Dedicated (promo) RDAB 62691-1 USCredited with remixing three versions of the track "Clear" - Boll- Weevil Mix, Davidian Memorial Mix and Blue Gills Mix.
3x7" 1993 Dedicated CRANE 007(1-3) GBCredited with "additional production and remix" on three versions of the track "Clear" - Ultra Slim Fast Mix, Pepto Bismol Mix, and Scalpicin Mix. The 7"'ers were available individually, the first typically contained in a box designed to hold the forthcoming other two.
CD 1993 Dedicated/BMG 62646-2 USCredited with "additional production and remix" on two versions of the track "Clear" - Ring Tailed Snorter Mix (which is identical to the Ultra Slim Fast Mix listed above) and Boll-Weevil Mix (same as Scalpicin Mix above).
CD 1993 Dedicated CRANE 007CD GBCredited with "additional production and remix" of the track "Clear" - Ultra Slim Fast Mix.
CD 1993 Dedicated/BMG 74231 16465-2 DECredited with "additional production and remix" on four versions of the track "Clear" - Ring Tailed Snorter Mix, Boll-Weevil Mix, Blue Gills Mix (identical to Pepto Bismol Mix), and Davidian Memorial Mix.
LP 1989 Widowspeak WSP 22 USCredited with remastering and music on the track "It's All Desert Now".
flex May1989 Catalogue/Widowspeak CAT070 GBCredited with remastering this track, originally from the 'Death Of An Asshole' LP listed above.
CDS 1993 Beggars Banquet BEG 263 CD1 GB CDS 1993 Beggars Banquet BEG 263 CD GB 12" 1993 Beggars Banquet BEG 263 T GBCredited with remixing two versions of "She Sells Sanctuary" - Phlegmatic and Flusteresqueish (on the '263 CD1' release above); and a third version - Slutnostic (on the '263 CD and T' releases above). A fourth version - Testosterrific, went unused.
12" 2008 Durtro Jnana EP 12 GB DD 2008 Durtro Jnana 12 GBCredited with remixing two versions of "Black Ships Ate The Sky".
12" 1996 Hollywood Records (promo) HR-66006-0 DJ US CDEP 1996 Hollywood Records HR-66006-2 USCredited with remixing four versions of "Sacrifice" - Rust, Crust, Must and Trust (Trust being on CD only).
CD 1998 Polydor POCH-1722 JPCredited with remixing "Fragile" - Draqonnade Mix.
DVD 2003 ?? DR4347 US VHS 2003 ?? ?? USReleased to festivals in 2002 and on video in 2003, a documentary about American independant artists. Aside from Foetus, also featured are Lydia Lunch and Richard Kern, among many others.
LP 1985 Double Vision DVR14 GBCredited with remixing the track "Revelry", with Roli Mossiman.
?? 1997 AML Productions ?? USThirlwell's remix of Nine Inch Nail's "Fist Fuck" appears in the soundtrack for this film.
LP 1984 Mute STUMM 14 GB LP 1984 Rough Trade Deutschland RTD ?? DE LP 1984 Homestead HMS063-1 US CD 1988 Mute CDSTUMM 14 GB CD 198? Homestead HMS063-2 US CD 1994 Mute/Elektra 61677-2 USWhile not credited directly on any of the releases, Thirlwell is widely credited for putting all his money at the time into getting this release made and distributed.
CDEP 1996 Radioactive Records RARD-11402 USCredited as JGT with Co-Art Direction.
CD 2004 Diluvian DIL002CD USJ.G. Thirlwell is credited with design.
CDS 1991 Capitol/EMI C275259 CA CDS 1991 EMI E2-56213 US 12" 1991 EMI/Parlophone 12RX 6279 GBCredited with remixing 2 versions of the title track - Colt 45 Mix and Inframental Mix.
CD 1991 Parlophone/EMI (promo) CDR 6296 GBCredited with 'additional production and mix' on two versions of the title track - original version and Jonestown Mix.
7" 1991 EMI/Capitol (promo) 7PRO-1-4786 GB CD 1991 EMI/Capitol (promo) DPRO-4816 US CSS 1991 Capitol 50363 US?Credited with 'additional production and mix' on title track. Cassette single release also exists, but info unknown at present.
12" 1991 Capitol/EMI V-56223 USCredited with 'additional production and mix' on four versions of the title track - original version, Jonestown Mix, Megastress Mix and Prozac Mix.
CD 1991 Capitol/EMI E2-56224 USCredited with 'additional production and mix' on three versions of the title track - Megastress Mix, Jonestown Mix and original version.
12" 1991 EMI (promo) SPRO 04774/ GB SPRO 04781Credited with 'additional production and mix' on three versions of the title track - Megastress Mix, Jonestown Mix and Prozac Mix.
CD 1991 EMI E2-96238 US LP 1991 Capitol 96238 ? CD 1991 Capitol 96238 ? CS 1991 EMI E4-96238 US CD 1996 Alliance 96238 ? CS 1996 Alliance 96238 ? CD ? Capitol 96238 ? CD 2001 EMI 796238 ?This is the record, where the original version of "Lies" is from.
CD 1992 Parlophone/EMI CDRX 6327 GBCredited with mixing "Dog" - Frank's Mix. Also mixed two other tracks which apparently were not used, "Arizona" and "Shag Me".
CD 1992 EMI DPRO-04891 USPromo disc that includes "I Believe (Jim Thirlwell Inframental Remix)". Marked "Special Edition for In-Store Play Only."
CD 1993 Toshiba EMI Ltd TOCP-7919 JPIncludes "I Believe (Colt 45 Mix)" and "Lies (Jonestown Mix)".
2xCD 2001 EMI 724353354329 GBIncludes "Lies (Jim's Mix)" and "I Believe (Colt 45 Mix)".
CD 2005 Hymen Records Y744 DEJG Thirlwell provided "The Sick Generation - El Lubo mix"; credited as "remixed by Foetus".
12" 1993 Chameleon/Elektra (promo) ST-ED-5670 USCredited with two remixes of the track "Ripened Peach" - Deep Fried Mix and Burnt To A Crisp Mix.
12" 2009 FRKWYS FRKWYS02 USCredited with remixing / reworking the track "Stretch". Limited to 906 copies pressed (plus 5 test pressings and 1 dub plate).
Matador PRCD 5094 USA promotional item with no direct Thirlwell involvement; the back of the CD sleeve having this quote:
?? 2004 Colonel Jim Productions ?? USThirlwell is credited with "Original Music" for this short horror film, which played a handful of festivals in the USA in 2004.
CD 1998 Roadrunner RR 8752-5 US CD 1998 All The Blacks/Roadrunner RRCY-1073 JPNo direct Thirlwell involvement, rather Fear Factory cover WISEBLOOD's "O-O (Where Evil Dwells)".
CDS 1998 Roadrunner RR 2232-5 EC/NL? CDS 1998 Roadrunner RR 2232-5 NL CDS 1998 Roadrunner ROAD 160698 DE CDS 1998 Roadrunner RRCY-9015 JPNo direct Thirlwell involvement, rather Fear Factory cover WISEBLOOD's "O-O (Where Evil Dwells)".
CDS 1993 Sony/Epic (promo) ESK 5353 USCredited with remixing "Nailed To The Gun" - Bulletproof Mix.
CD 1996 Jetset Records TWA04CD US"J.G.T." listed under "Inspriration/Perspiration/Exasperation" (Firewater being Tod A. of Cop Shoot Cop's project, also including Jim Kimball, Dave Ouimet and Hahn Rowe, among others).
12" 1993 Sony/Epic (promo) EAS 5161 US 12" 1993 Red Rhino Europe RRE16T BE CD 1993 Red Rhino Europe RRE16CD BE CD 1993 Sony/Epic 49K 74928 US CD 199? ? (promo) ESK 5146 USCredited with remixing three versions of "Religion" - Pussy Whipped Mix, Bitch Slapper Mix (CD & promo 12" only) and Lovelace A Go-Go Mix.
CD 1993 Red Rhino Europe RRE 21 CD BE CD 1993 Epic EK 53433 USCredited with remixing the Pussy Whipped Mix of "Religion" (a CD only bonus track).
12" 1985 New Rose NEW 61 FRFur Bible was a band featuring Kid Congo Powers (Cramps, Bad Seeds) and Patricia Morrison (The Gun Club, Sisters of Mercy). Thirlwell is credited (under the name Clint Ruin) with production.
7" 1985 New Rose NEW 63 FR"Plunder The Tombs" is a single from the 'Fur Bible' 12", thus Ruin production is indicated. Released on clear vinyl.
CD 1999 Atlantic 83169-2 USJ.G. Thirlwell is included in the "Big Wet Kisses" (thanks to) list.
LP 1985 Nato 634 FR CD 1992 Nato 112127 FRThis compilation featured a collaboration between Clint Ruin, Arto Lindsay, Lucy Hamilton and Roli Mosimann on "Arto Lindsay Presente: Chest"; and Ruin, Lindsay and Mosimann on "Arto Lindsay Presente: Respect". Realized 09 - 11 October 1985 at Jeff Formosa's.
12EP 1990 Paperhouse Records PAPER 006T GBCredited with backing vocals on the track "Yellow Pants", with Thurston Moore.
7" 1991 Waterfront DAMP 166 AUThirlwell uncredited this time for his work on "Yellow Pants", although it is the same version as above.
LP 1991 Paperhouse PAPLP007S GB CD 1991 Paperhouse PAPCD007 FRThe "Light Shines Through"/"Yellow Pants" 7" credits "Yellow Pants" as being from this release (although it also appears on the self-titled EP).
CD 1992 Columbia 44K 74754 US CD 1992 Big Cat ABB 41 SCD GB 12" 1992 Big Cat ABB 41T GBNo direct Thirlwell contribution, but this release includes a cover version of FOETUS INC.'s "Butterfly Potion".
CD 1993 Columbia 473060 2 AT CD 1993 Big Cat ABB 44 CD GBAgain no direct Thirlwell involvement, but this disc includes the bonus EP of 'Wisconsin Hayride'.
CD May2005 Kool Arrow Records KACA018 USIncludes "Per Sempre Butterfly"", which was mixed by Thirlwell.
CD 1996 Twitcher TW004 USThirlwell is credited with co-producing the track "Lemongrass", and mixing the track "Goldfever".
12"EP 1985 Doublevision DVR9 GBCredited as Clint Ruin with production and playing "chair" on the track "Burning Boats", which also features Marc Almond on vocals (credited as "Raoul Revere"). This track also appears on the Thirsty Ear CD MARC ALMOND & FOETUS 'Slut' (see above), titled as "Burning Bloats" (sic, a typo on the part of the label).
LP 1991 Hyperium/Rough Trade 391 0002 1 DE CD 1991 Hyperium/Rough Trade 391 0002 2 DE CD 1991 Hyperium/Sky 7-5065-2 USCredited with production, arrangement, programming and samples on the track "Red".
CD 1991 Hyperium ?? DE 12" 1991 Sky 7-5066-1 US CD 1991 Sky 7-5066-2 USCredited with production, arrangement, programming, samples, and all mixes on all tracks.
2xCD 2005 Atavistic ALP 167 2CD USThe song "Angel Jim" - Lowrider Mix features Jim Thirlwell on vocals.
DVD 2004 Poison Fang Films ?? USThirlwell is credited with "Original Music" for this full-length horror film. Released in 2004, and made available in 2006 on DVD by USA Distributor Arcanum Entertainment.
12" 2000 In The Red ITR-066 USThirlwell remixed one version of the track "Lapdance" (no mix name).
VHS 1992 Film Threat/Death Trip HCR 107 US DVDA compilation of short films directed by Richard Kern, including the following Foetus involvment:
"The Manhattan Love Suicides" aka "Stray Dogs", 1985 (music by
J.G. Thirlwell ("Diabolus in Musica" by The Foetus All Nude Revue)).
"Stray Dogs", 1985 (music by J.G. Thirlwell)
"Woman at the Wheel", 1985 (music by Wiseblood)
"You Killed Me First", 1985 (contains snippets of Wiseblood's "Death Rape 2000")
"I Hate You Now", 1985 (music by Wiseblood and SPK)
"Right Side of My Brain", 1985 (appearance by Clint Ruin, soundtrack co-ordination by J.G. Thirlwell and Bob Coulter)
"Submit to Me", 1986 (appearance by Clint Ruin, but no Foetus music)
VHS 1991 Film Threat/Death Trip HCR 111 USA compilation of short films directed by Richard Kern, including the following Foetus involvment:
"Goodbye 42nd Street", 1983 (music by Clint Ruin and others)
"Fingered", 1986 (musical direction by J.G. Thirlwell, music by Clint Ruin and others)
"Submit to Me Now", 1987 (appearance by Clint Ruin, musical direction by J.G. Thirlwell, soundtrack by Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel, Foetus All Nude Revue, and others) (aka "Submit to Me 2") "The Evil Cameraman", 1990 (music by Foetus)
"Pierce", 1985 (music by Wiseblood) (this film short originally included "The Fudge Punch" by Wiseblood, but it was later removed for the video collection release and thus only the original dialogue remains on this video. The original version, with Wiseblood's music, does exist however)
DVD 2000 MVD/Third Wave Media RK01 USDVD re-release of select titles from 'Hardcore 1' and 'Hardcore 2', including:
"Right Side of My Brain", 1985 (appearance by Clint Ruin, soundtrack co-ordination by J.G. Thirlwell and Bob Coulter). "You Killed Me First", 1985 (contains snippets of Wiseblood's "Death Rape 2000"). "Fingered", 1986 (musical direction by J.G. Thirlwell, music by Clint Ruin and others). "Submit to Me Now", 1987 (appearance by Clint Ruin, musical direction by J.G. Thirlwell, soundtrack by Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel, Foetus All Nude Revue, and others) (aka "Submit to Me 2"). "The Manhattan Love Suicides" aka "Stray Dogs", 1985 (music by J.G. Thirlwell ("Diabolus in Musica" by The Foetus All Nude Revue)). "Submit to Me", 1986 (appearance by Clint Ruin, but no Foetus music). "The Evil Cameraman", 1990 (music by Foetus).
DVD 2004 Rare Video/Death Trip RVD 40029 ITDVD re-release of select titles from 'Hardcore 1' and 'Hardcore 2', including:
Also includes a video for Sonic Youth's "Death Valley '69", the original recording of which Thirlwell is credited (as Clint Ruin) with "additional production help".
LP 1985 Widowspeak WSP 2 USNotes:
2xLP 1986 CD Presents CD 039 US 2xLP 1986 Widowspeak/Rough Trade WSP 8 GBCredited with production and mixing.
LP 1987 Widowspeak WSP 12 US LP 1987 Widowspeak/Torso TORSO 33064 NL LP 1987 Widowspeak/Rough Trade WSP 12 GB CS 1987 Widowspeak WSP 12 C US CD 1989 Widowspeak WSP 12 CD US CD 1989 Widowspeak/EFA/Torso TORSO CD146 DECredited as Clint Ruin with Mix on "Done Dun", "Dead In The Head", "Come Fall" and "Dead River"; credited with Treatments on "Still Burning", "Fields Of Fire" and "Three Kings"; and credited with Vari-Speed and co-credited with Thurston Moore for Music on "So Your Heart".
12" 1987 Widowspeak WSP 13 US CS 1987 Widowspeak WSP 13 C US
Credited as Clint Ruin with Music and Loops / Treatments on "The Crumb", as well as "Produced, Structured, Cut Up and Puked Out by Clint Ruin". Bass / Drums credited as "Grafted and Trans- planted from Eternity", which are originally from the Lunch track "Dead In The Head" and heavily re-worked, are also the work of Ruin, though uncredited.Co-credited with Martin Bisi for Mix of all 3 tracks ("The Crumb", "Done Dun" and "Dead River").
Cassette release is the same on both sides.The track "The Crumb" on his release also appear as bonus track on the CD version of the STINKFIST EP by Clint Ruin & Lydia Lunch (see above).
VHS 1988 Mystic Fire 76143(VHS) US VHS 19?? Visionary JE 246 GBCredited with background music, behind Lunch's spoken work.
LP 1990 Widowspeak WSP 21-1 USCredited with remastering.
VHS 1990 ?? ?? ?? DVD 2009 Cult Epics DVD076 USThirlwell worked on the soundtrack, credited to FOETUS INC. Film by Babeth, written by Lunch.
LP 1991 Triple X Records ?? US CD 1991 Triple X Records 51111-2 US CS 1991 Widowspeak/Triple X Records 51111-4 US CD 1991 UFO/Triple X Records UFO WSP2CD GBCredited with production.
7" 1991 Insipid Vinyl TO-03 AUCredited as Clint Ruin with instruments, tapes, music, recording and mix. Recorded at Thirlwell's Self Immolation Studios 1991-03-17.
CD 1991 UFO/Widowspeak 1LP USCredited with remixing and remastering this CD re-release (note that Thirlwell was not involved in the 1980 original LP release).
2xCD 1994 Insipid Vinyl IV34 AU 2xCD 1994 Trident Music International TWIST 2 GBThe studio disc in this package (which is titled "Trance Mutation" on the disc itself) credits Clint Ruin with music on the tracks "So your Heart" and "The Crumb"; credits Clint Ruin with vocals and music on the tracks "Meltdown" and "Stinkfist"; and credits J.G. Thirlwell with music on the track "Twisted".
CD 1995 Atavistic ALP51CD USCompilation of all recorded material from Lunch's first band, with 10 of the 12 tracks remastered by Thirlwell.
2xCD 1998 New Millennium PILOT9 GB Communications Ltd.A collection of past and new works, includes tracks Thirlwell/ Ruin had a hand in, in one way or another (see other listings in this discography), being "Death Valley '69" - Sonic Youth, "Why Don't We Do It In The Road" - Ruin/Lunch, "Twisted" and "Past Glass" - Lunch/Thirlwell (/Ruin), "Son Of Stink" - Lunch/ Thirlwell (/Ruin) and "Done Dun".
2xCD 1999 ?? ?? GBA collection of studio sessions from 1991 and live tracks from 1993; J.G. Thirlwell is credited with production.
DVD 2005 Atavistic DR4436 USCredited as Clint Ruin with compotion on the tracks "Twsited", "Meltdown" and "Son of Stinkfist".
DVD 2005 Widowspeak none ESIncludes a set titled 'Fucking Christmas' where Jim Thirlwell is credited with music.
2xECD 2006 Wildstar ?? ?? 2xECD 2006 Provacateur Media PROVO6002 NOA 64-track retrospective that includes "So Your Heart" (from 'Honeymoon In Red', above); "Why Don't We Do It In the Road" (from the Clint Ruin/Lydia Lunch release 'Don't Fear The Reaper', above); and "Done Dun" (originally from 'Honeymoon In Red', above).
CD 1995 Geffen (advance copy) GEFD-A-24817 US CD 1995 Geffen GEFD-24817 US CD 1995 Geffen/BMG GED-248177 ECThirlwell does a spoken word dialogue intro with Ann Magnuson on the track "Sex With the Devil", and is credited as "with special guest star Jim Thirlwell as 'That Satan Guy'".
CD 1992 EFA/Moabit MOABIT 010 DEJim Thirlwell is credited as producer.
CDS 199? ?? UNI M28493 GB CDS 1997 nothing/Interscope/BMG INDX-95541 GB CDS 199? ?? ?? JP 10" 1997 nothing/Interscope/BMG INVP-95541 GBA four-tack CD-single that includes Thirlwell's remix of the title track; "The Not So Beautiful People". The 10" release is a picture disc. This mix also reportedly appears on one of the three CD's in the 'God of Fuck' box set.
2CD+DVD 2004 Universal Music UICS-9021 JPIncludes Thirlwell's remix of "The Beautiful People", titled "The Not So Beautiful People" (as above).
CD 2005 Universal/Interscope DS8978/988016-0 KRApparently a 2005 Korean tour limited edition release; includes Thirlwell's remix of "The Beautiful People", titled "The Not So Beautiful People" (as above).
2xLP 1983 Some Bizzare BIZL4 GB 2xLP 1983 Some Bizzare/Phonogram BIZL4 GB 2xLP 1987 Some Bizzare SOD3 GB 2xCD 1992 Some Bizzare/Phonogram 812 872-2 GB 2xCD 1997 Some Bizzare SBZ 028 CD GB 2xCD 2004 Universal UICY-3382/3 JPCo-composer of the track "A Million Manias", and credited as "Foeturing Jim Foetus and The Transvestites From Hell, on all instruments". Also credited as Frank Want with drums on the track "Beat Out That Rhythm On A Drum" (originally from 'Carmen').
12" 1983 Some Bizzare BZS2112 GB 12" 1983 Some Bizzare/Phonogram BZS2112 GBCo-composer of the track "Megamillionmania-Multimaniamix" (a remixed version of "A Million Manias"), and credited as "Foeturing Karl Satan And The Transvestites From Hell...Karl plays all instruments", as well as credited with Almond on the label for the track "Torment".
CD 2000 Blue Star Music Theatre 001 GBNo Thirlwell appearance here, but included in the reissue CD is a live version of "Love Amongst the Ruined" from the 'If You Can't Please Yourself, You Can't Please Your Soul' compilation (see below). Thirlwell is credited as co-composer.
LP 1986 Rough Trade/Widowspeak WSP 10 GB CD 1996 Atavistic ALP48CD CACredited with reprocessing original LP issue. The CD re-issue is titled '78 +', as it contains 2 bonus non-LP tracks.
CD 2000 Ipecac IPC-6 US 3xLP* 2000 Ipecac IPC-11 USFoetus joins Melvins on "Mine Is No Disgrace", a track co-written by Buzz and Thirlwell. Also credited with vocals, samples and mixing, as well as recording (with Tim Green).
CD 1999 Warner 9362-47311-2 DEIn the list of thanks are 'FOETUS' AND 'J.Thirlwell'
CD 2002 Mayan MYNCD005 GB"The bands that toured with us kick ass: ..., Foetus, ..."
7" 1991 Organ ORGAN 003 USProducer on track "My Sweet Milstar".
7" 1992 PCP PCP 002 USA sticker on the cover says "With members of Foetus Inc., Railroad Jerk, and others", but it is in reference to David Ouimet (Cop Shoot Cop keyboardist), who was in Motherhead Bug and also toured with Thirlwell as FOETUS INC. for the tour that started in the fall of 1990, thus no Thirlwell involvement.
CD 1993 Pow Wow PWD 7443 USJ. G. Thirlwell receives "Special Thanks".
CDEP 1991 Invisible/Devotion CDDVN 106 GB CDEP 1991? Invisible INV 016 CACredited with remixing "Murder Inc." - Busted Corpuscle Mix, and "Mania" - 7 Inch Mix and Righteous Mix.
LP 1992 Invisible INV 013 LP US CD 1993 Futurist 11031-2 US CD 1992 Invisible/Devotion/Music for Nations CDDVN 9 GBCredited with mixing the tracks "Murder Inc." and "Mania".
2xCD 1999 Invisible/Caroline INV 158 USThe first CD is the self-titled album from 1992. The original mixes are not credited.
CS 1992 TVT/Interscope Records 79 60934 CA CDEP 1992 Nothing/TVT/Interscope/Atlantic ?? US CDEP 1992 Nothing/TVT/Island IMCD 8005/ GB 514 321-2 halo six 12"EP 1992 MCA/Nothing/TVT/Island ILPM 8005/ halo six GBCredited with remixing "Wish" and "Fist Fuck" (the latter is actually another reworking of "Wish").
12" 1992 Nothing/TVT/Interscope/Atlantic (promo) DMD 1947 USCredited with remixing "Wish" - Fixed remix version.
CD 1995 Nothing/Interscope/Atlantic 95811-2 US CD 1995 Nothing/Interscope/Atlantic ?? CA CD 1995 Nothing/Island/TVT IMCD 8041/ GB 524 125-2 halo ten CD 1995 Nothing/Interscope/East West AMCY-861 JP CS 1995 Island ?? GBCredited with remixing the tracks "Self Destruction, part 2" (US, CA & JP releases only), "Self Destruction, part 3" (GB & JP releases only) and "Self Destruction, final".
BOX 1995/6? Phantom Imports ?? GBContains, among other items, the 'Fixed' CD listed above. According to information, the box set itself does contain official material, but the grouping and boxing of said material is a bootleg.
2xCD 01Apr2002 Shambala Records 02 010 FRCredited with remixing "WaG" - Proselyte Mix.
LP 1981 United Dairies UD 08 GB CS 1987 United Dairies UDT 08 GB CS 1987? RRR UDT 08 US CD 2007 United Dairies UD 08.2CD GB CD 2007 Raash Records RAASH01.2 USThirlwell uncredited for his contributions to the track "Alvin's Funeral (The Milk was Delivered in Black Bottles)", but receives credit in a discography published in 'Unsound' magazine. Original LP was limited to 1,000 pressings.
12" 1981 United Dairies UD 013 GB CS 1987 United Dairies UDT 013 GB CS 1987? RRR UDT 013 GB CD 1992 United Dairies UD 013 CD GB CD 1997 United Jnana 366 CA CD 1997 Soyuz DSM5003-07 RUThanks given to 'James Foetus'.
12" 1984 Laylah LAY 3 GB CD 2007 United Jnana 399 CAThanks given to 'J. Thirlwell' on the 12".
12" 1984 Laylah LAY 7 GBThirlwell is guest vocalist on the title track. Track based on a song by Dawn Muir & Joel Vandroogenbroeck (Brainticket).
LP 1985 Laylah Records LAY 15 BE CD 1985 Laylah Records LAY CD 15 BE CS 1987 United Dairies UDT 012 GB CS 1987? RRR UDT 012 US CD 1995 United Dairies/World Serpent UD 072 CD GBThirlwell is part of "The Murray Fontana Orchestra". LP and CD covers are titled with "...Hi-Fi...", whereas actual CD discs are titled with "...Hi-Thigh...".
12" 1989 Laylah LAY 30 GB CS 1989 United Dairies UDT 016 GB CD 1989 Laylah LAY CD 30 GB CS 1989 RRR UDT 016 USCredited as 'Clint Ruin' this time, for the track "Brained", which is a remixed version of "Brained by Falling Masonry" (see above). This remixed version of "Brained" varies only slightly from the original 12" version.
4x12" 1990 United Dairies UD 0134 GB 4xCD 1990 United Dairies UD 0134 CD GBCredited as Jim Thirlwell, for the included track "Registered Nurse", which is the NWW track from the 'Second Coming' compilation (listed below). "Registered Nurse" b/w "Duelling Banjos" comprises the NWW 'Ladies Home Tickler' 12"/CD (see below), and was included free with the 1st 1,000 copies of 'Psilotripitaka', which had a further limited issue of 25 LP's and 25 CD's which came in a 'leather bondage bag'.
12"EP 1990 United Dairies UD 00 GB CD 1990 United Dairies UD 00 CD GBUncredited on this release for his work on the track "Registered Nurse".
CD 1992 United Dairies UD 036 CD GBThirlwell goes uncredited for his remaining vocals on another remixed version of "Brained (Unconscious Mix)".
CD 1993 United Dairies UD 038 CD GBCredited as 'Clint Ruin', again for the track "Brained". This version of "Brained" also varies slightly from the original 12" version.
2xCD 1999 United Dairies UD 069 CD GBComprised of Steven Stapleton's favorite collaborations 1980-1999; featured on disc 1 is "Brained By Falling Masonry", crediting Foetus.
CS 1984 Mi-Mort 004 GB CS 1987 United Dairies UDT 020 GB CS 1987? RRR UDT 020 US CS 1987? Catfoot Press none ITCredited with vocals on the title track, which is the same as "Brained By Falling Masonry" (see Nurse With Wound section above). The RRR cassette re-release is considered an "official bootleg", and the material allegedly varies from the original.
CS 1991 Triple X Records 51114-4 US LP 1992 Triple X Records 51114-2? US CD 1993 Triple X Records 51114-2 USThirlwell contributes lyrics and vocals to the track "Faucet".
EP 1984 Polydor OJMLP1 GB CDEP 1998 Polydor POCP-2616 JPCredited under the name Frank Want as co-writer of the track "Craziest Feeling".
LP 1984 Polydor OJHP2 GBCredited under the name Frank Want with piano on the track "Salmon Fishing in New York".
LP 1985 Selektion SLP 005 DEAnother release similar to 'Masse Mensch', in that it was compiled by P16.D4 from tapes submitted by various artists. Here, Thirlwell goes uncredited for his collaboration with Nurse With Wound, on their submission to the track "Kultstudien Zu Anselm Weinberg".
CDS 1992 Atlantic (promo) PRCD4990-2 USCredited with remixing "Walk" - Decranial Mix.
12"EP 199? Atco B5392T ??Credited with remixing "Walk" - Cervical Mix on this gatefold 12".
CDS 1993 Atco/East West ?? GB CDS 1993 Atco B6076CD DE CDS 1993 Atco CA711 FR CDS 1993 Atco/East West Japan AMCY-555 JPCredited with remixing two versions of the title track - Cervical Edit and Cervical Dub Extended. One other mix went unused - Carbona.
3xCD 1994 WEA International, Inc. 7567-92463-2 AUIncludes both of Thirlwell's remixes of "Walk" from the 'Walk' CDS (see above).
LP 1988 Wax Trax! WAX 051 US CS 1988 Wax Trax! WAXCS 051 US LP 1988 EFA/Yellow Yellow 28 DE CD 1988 Wax Trax! WAX 051 CD US CD 1988 EFA/Yellow Yellow 28/EFA 02228 DE CS 1988 WaxTrax WAXCS 051 US CD 1998 Blue Noise DRCN-25018 JPCredited with co-writing, co-producing and co-performing on the track "Peoria". Note that "Peoria" only appears on the 1988 Wax Trax! CD and 1998 Blue Noise CD.
12" 1988 Wax Trax! WAX 9084 USCredited with production and additional noises on "Sick City"; and co-remixing of "Shit For Brains" - Greazy Mix. It is also obvious that Thirlwell contributes some vocals on "Sick City".
12" 1988 Potomak 001 DE 12" 1988 Potomak/Rough Trade Potomak 001/RTD M28-1 DE CDS 1993 Hyperium/Freibank/Rough Trade 39100323 DECredited with production and additional noises on "Sick City"; co-remixing of "Shit For Brains" - Greazy Mix; and co-writing, co-producing and co-performing on "Peoria 9.1.61".
CD 1991 Concrete CPROD CD017 AT LP 1991 Concrete CPROD LP017 AT CD 1991 Cargo ?? US CD 1997 Cleopatra CLP 9980-2 US CD 1999 Dolphin Entertainment BLCK-85927 JPCredited with production and co-performance on "Sick City". This version is remixed by Raymond Watts.
CD 1994 Hyperium 3910093242 DE CD 1994 Hyperium/Rough Trade 3910093242 DE CD 1999 Invisible INV-144-CD US
Credited with co-writing and performing the track "Blood Sucking Bitch", with Raymond Watts.Beside this Raymond Watts used for the track "The rock" a part from the STEROID MAXIMUS track "Radio Raheem" (the arabic(?) spoken words). "Radio Raheem" is written and performed by Thirlwell/Watts, so who knows where this material originally comes from.
VHS 1992 Invisible ?? USCredited band members include Jim Thirlwell AND Clint Ruin.
2xDVD 2003 Invisible/Underground Inc UIN 1069 USDouble-DVD re-release of 'Glitch' and 'Son Of A Glitch'.
VHS 1993 Inferential Pictures ?? USIncludes "Transcendental Moonshine", "The Smother Brother", and "Ogro", by STEROID MAXIMUS; "Meltdown Oratorio Part One: The Reckoning" by CLINT RUIN & LYDIA LUNCH; and "Empires Collapse" by COP SHOOT COP (mixed by Jim Thirlwell, see above).
2xLP 1995 Infectious INFECT10LPR GB 2xLP 1995 Infectious INFECT10LPR DE CDS 1995 Infectious (promo) INFECT10P GB CD 1995 Infectious INFECT10CDR GB CD 1995 Infectious INFECT10R GB 2xCD 1995 Infectious INFECT10CDRX GB 2xCD 1995 Rough Trade INFECT10CDRX DE CS 1995 Infectious INFECT10MCR GB 2xCD 1995 Liberation D-31352 AU CD 1995 Liberation D31239 AU CD 1995 Liberation (promo) INFECT10P AUCredited with remixing the track "Kick2Kill" - Seersucker Mix. Additionally, this remixed track appears in the Sony Playstation game 'Loaded', during the bonus rounds.
12" 1991 Sony/Epic (promo) EAS 4518 USCredited with remix of "Prove You Wrong" - Fuzzbuster Mix.
CDEP 1991 Sony/Epic (promo) 658145-2 AU CDEP 1992 Epic 49K 74284 USCredited with remix on two versions of "Prove You Wrong" - Fuzzbuster Mix and Xanax Mix.
12" 1992 EMI (promo) SPRO 04896 USCredited with remixing "Higher Ground" - Pearly 12" Mix, and "If You Want Me To Stay" - Jingle Hell Mix.
12" 1992 EMI (promo) SPRO 04899 USCredited with remixing and additional production on "Higher Ground" - Getaway Sticks Mix, and "If You Want Me To Stay" - Pink Mustang Mix.
CD 1992 EMI (promo) E2-56253 USCredited with remixing "Higher Ground" - Candy Rot Mix, and "If You Want Me To Stay" - Open Slay Mix. Both are the 7" mixes, different from mixes listed above.
CD 1992 EMI 8803642 ATCredited with remixing "If You Want Me To Stay" - Pink Mustang Mix.
LP 1994 EMI ?? US CD 1994 EMI E2 29965 US CD 1994 EMI 7243 8 29665 24 NLCredited with remix on the track "If You Want Me To Stay" - Pink Mustang Mix.
DVD 2002 Constantin Film Produktion ?? DEThirlwell's remix of Nine Inch Nail's "Fist Fuck" appears in the soundtrack for this film. Widely available on DVD.
FILM 2005 USJG Thirlwell provided the soundtrack music for this film, which debuted in January 2005 at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, USA.
CD 2003 nois-o-lution 2023-2 EUFoetus guests on two tracks; "Maria Magdalene" where Foetus is credited with vocals, additional recordings and lyrics, and "Paging Dr. Strong" where Foetus is credited with lyrics and vocals.
CD 2004 victor entertainment VICL 61419 JPJ.G. Thirlwell wrote the track "I Hate You All" and played all the music with some additional drum programming by the illustrious Jay Wasco.
LP 1992 Creation CRE LP 118 GB CD 1992 Creation CRE CD 118 GB CD 1992 Creation/Interchord CRE CD 118/IRS 985.118 DE CD 1992 Creation/Chaos/Columbia CK 53316 US CD 1992 Creation COCY-75060 JP CS 1992 Sony/Columbia (promo) None USCredited with production, as well as co-composing the track "Fucking Strange Way to Get Attention". In addition, the credits list "J. G. Thirlwell - Brass" and "Reverend Ruin - Extra Voice", (obvious on the track "Joos").
CDEP 1993 Sony (promo) 42K 74923 USCredited as above on the SILVERFISH 'Organ Fan' release.
12"EP 1993 Creation CRE 138T GBJ.G. Thirlwell is credited with writing & arranging the track "F.S.W.T.G.A.", which is the track from 'Organ Fan' titled "Fucking Strange Way to Get Attention" (see above).
2xCD 1997 Capitol 72434-95298-2-3 GBCredited with remixing one version of the track "Nod Off" (no mix name).
12" 2005? Mental Groove ? CHJG Thirlwell remixed the title track, titled simply "Jim "Fœtus" Thirlwell remix".
LP May1984 Some Bizzare/Phonogram BIZL 6 GB LP 1984 Some Bizzare SOD 1 GB LP 1984 Some Bizzare/Vertigo/Polygram VOG 1 333 CA LP 1984 Vertigo/Phonogram 818 436-1 Q DE CS 1984 Vertigo/Phonogram 818 436-1 DE LP 1984 Sire ?? US LP Apr1992 Vertigo/Phonogram 818 436-4 DE CD Apr1992 Vertigo/Phonogram 818 436-2 DECredits read "Thanx to Crazy James T, Mambas, and Consumptives". Several other CD editions have also been released.
LP 1985 none (bootleg) DE?Track listing states: "Ghostrider bbc-TV 1983 with Jim Foetus", Thirlwell on vocals.
7" 1984 Iridescence I-12 US 12" 1985 Blast First BFFP 2 GB 12" 1985 Blast First/Homestead HMS 021 US 7" 1995 My So Called Records 17 USCredited as Clint Ruin with "additional production help".
LP 1986 Ecstatic Peace/SST SST 059 US CS 1986 Ecstatic Peace/SST SST 059? US LP 1986 Blast First! BFFP 4 GB CS 1986 Blast First! BFFP 4? GB LP 1987 AuGoGo ANDA 67 AU CS 199? DGC DGCC 24513 US CD 199? DGC DGCD 24513 US'Lydia L and Jim Foetus' thanked.
LP 1992 Rebel Records SPV 008-45241 DE CD 1992 Rebel Records SPV 084-45242 DECredited as Clint Ruin with vocals on the track "Forget", credited as J.T. with co-writing the same track, and special thanks given to Jim G. Thirlwell.
VHS 198? None None USFeatured in the soundtrack is WISEBLOOD's "Cough 'n' Kill", also on the 'Plow!' compilation (see above). This film short is quite difficult to find on its own; however it is featured on the video compilation 'The Cinema Of Transgression, Volume 1', co-ordinated and produced independantly by Nick Zedd in 1986, which is somewhat easier to locate.
VHS 1990 None None USFOETUS INC.'s "Butterfly Potion" is featured throughout the soundtrack.
CD 2007 Central Control International CCI005CD GB LP 2007 Central Control International CCI005LP GBThirlwell provides vocals on the track "Asphodel".
ECD 2008 Off OCD 007 BEAn Enhanced CD which includes a video for "Asphodel", featuring Thirlwell's vocals.
CD 1998 Goldenfly GDF1001-2 USThirlwell is thanked (Sulfur includes cohorts David Ouimet and Norman Westberg).
LP 1984 K.422 KCC 1 GB CD 1991 K.422 KCC 001 CD GB CD 1993 Young God/Sky 7-5068-2 USThirlwell receives thanks and is credited with additional engineering.
2xLP 1991 Young God/Rough Trade YG 003 GB 2xLP 1991 Young God YG LP 3 GB CD 1991 Young God/Rough Trade YG 003-2 US CD 1991 Young God YG CD 3 GB CD 1992 Young God/Sky 7-5060-2 USThirlwell credited for 'additional policing of the remixes', as well as production of "The Power And The Sacrifice".
12" 1992 Young God YG EP 6 GB CD 1992 Young God YG CDS 6 GB CD 1992 Young God/Sky 7-5067-2 USThirlwell receives thanks...
CD 2003 Young God (none) USThirlwell credited with production, likely for the track "The Power And The Sacrifice" which originally appeared on 'White Light From the Mouth of Infinity' (see above).
LP 1983 Epic EPC 25525 GB LP 1983 Epic E 39266 US CD 1983 Epic EPC 25525 AU CS 1983 Epic EPC 40-25525 GB CS 1983 Epic 466337 4 GB CS 1983 Epic 466337 4 NL CS 1983 Epic PET 39266 US LP 1983 Epic PEC 90699 CA CD 1987 Epic 466337 2 GB CD 1987 Epic EK 39266 US CD 1987 Epic ESCA 5094 JP CD 1987 Epic 463319 2 AT CD 1993? Epic EK 39266 US/CA CD 2002? Epic WEK 90699 CACredited under the name Frank Want with playing sticks on the track "Giant".
12" 1992 Sony/Epic (promo) EAS 4826 US CDS 1992 Sony/Epic (promo) ESK 4826 US VIDEO 1993 Sony/Epic (promo) ?? GBCredited with remixing 3 versions of "Dogs of Lust" - Spermicide, Germicide (12" only), and Squirmicide Mixes. Unsure as to which version is used in the promo video, which is in PAL format.
12" 1993 Sony/Epic 659077 6 GB CDS 1993 Sony/Epic 659077 1 GB CDS 1993 Sony/Epic (ltd ed) 659077 2 GBCredited with remixing 3 versions of "Dogs of Lust" - Spermicide, Germicide, and Squirmicide Mixes. Limited edition release on red vinyl.
VIDEO 1993 Sony Music Video 200 498 2 GB VIDEO 1993 Sony Music Video 563407? or ESVU-131? JPThirlwell appears in this video, which is in VHS-PAL format.
12" 1993 Epic 655796 6 GB CS 1993 Epic 655796 8 GB CDEP 1993 Epic 659811 2 GB CDEP 1994 Sony/Columbia LC0199 US CDS 1994 Sony/Epic 650 502 2 AU CDEP 1993 Sony/Epic 659811-2 GBCredited with remix on "Dogs of Lust" - Germicide Mix.
CD 1994 Epic EPK 66125 US CD 1994 Epic EK 66125 US CD 1994 Epic/Columbia House CEK 66125 CACredited with remix on "Dogs of Lust" - Germicide Mix.
CD 1999 nothing 497 273-2 EUFoetus covers The The's "Shrunken Man". Also covered by Daau and John Parrish on this disc, and includes the original version.
LP 1980 Spec Records reSPECt1 GB
Earlier reported as a release by pragVEC, this is technically a compilation album. It was also erroneously reported that Thirlwell was a member of one of the groups involved, pragVEC, which turns out not to be the case.
This from Sue Gogan, original member of pragVEC and Spec Records
"For historical correctness let it be noted that pragVEC was Gogan, [Nick] Cash, [David] Boyd and [John] Studholme. Jim played on the tracks credited to Spec Records and also Vince Quince and the Rialto Ballroom Detectives."
LP 1980 Come Organisation WDC881006 GB CS 1981 Come Organisation WDC883006 GBCredited as "+ Jim Thirlwell" on an untitled track by Nurse With Wound. (Note: this track is titled on this compilation with a series of symbols, but is named on the bonus record included with Nurse With Wound's 'Psilotripataka' as "Registered Nurse" (see above).
LP 1982 Selektion SLP 001 GB CD 1992 Odd Size CDOS 08 GBA collaboration with Thirlwell and Nurse With Wound, on the track 'Ciconia'. The CD re-issue does not list the specifics. This col- lection originally compiled by members of P16.D4.
LP 1983 Giorno Poetry Systems GPS 033 USThe Lydia Lunch track "What It Is" is by Lydia Lunch & Clint Ruin, and is a short spoken word piece featuring both of them.
LP 1983 Homestead HMS 011 US CS 1983 Homestead HMS 011C USCredited under the name Frankie with 'pig noises' on the Lydia Lunch track "Main Kelly and Me on a Bender".
LP 1985 Thirsty Ear (promo) UKB-6 GBA promotional LP that is similar to the Various Artists LP 'If You Can't Please Yourself, You Can't Please Your Soul' (see below), but with a different Marc Almond track ("The House Is Haunted" instead of "Love Amongst The Ruined"), and sans the Psychic TV track. Includes additional introductions and narrations between tracks by StevÝ of Some Bizzare, with an initial intro- duction by an unknown fellow.
LP 1985 Some Bizzare/EMI TAPE 1/EJ 26 06631 GB LP 1985 Some Bizarre/EMI SBZLP1 GB LP 1985 Some Bizarre/Toshiba EMI EMS-91141 JP LP 1990 Some Bizzare SBZLP1 GB CS 1985 Some Bizzare/EMI EJ 26 0663 4 GB LP 1985 Some Bizzare/Capitol ST-12439 CA CD 1990? Some Bizzare SBZCD001 GB CD 1996 Some Bizzare (re-issue) SBZCD001 GB CD 1997 Thirsty Ear THI 57028.2 USAside from the FOETUS track on this compilation (listed in the section above), Thirlwell is also credited with production on tracks by Marc Almond ("Love Amongst The Ruined") and Coil ("The Wheel").
LP 1987 Music View 1P-7790 USIncludes an interview with "Clint Ruin" from the "Foetus All-Nude Revue."
LP 1990 Widowspeak WSP 25 US CS 1990 Widowspeak WSP 25 C US CD 1990 Widowspeak WSP 25 CD USSpoken word compilation featuring 4 tracks by Lydia Lunch that are produced, engineered and feature background music by Thirlwell.
CD 1990 New Roses/Out of Nowhere OONCD01 FRFeatures the PIG track "Shit for Brains" (J.G. Thirlwell remix).
LP 1991 G3G Records B-25566/91 ESJ. G. Thirlwell credited with mixing a track by Raeo titled "The Mummy Awakes", recorded live 07 June 1990 in Barcelona, mixed December 1990 in NYC.
2xCD 1991 Hispavox 7982922 ESIncludes the EMF track "Lies (Jonestown Mix)", as remixed by Thirlwell.
CD 1992 Knitting Factory Works ?? USLists Lydia Lunch on the cover as credited for "Why Don't We Do It In The Road", further credited on the sleeve as Lydia Lunch for vocals and Clint Ruin for music and engineering.
CD 1992 Hyperium 3910041 26 DETracks include Pig's "Shit For Brains (Greazy Mix)" and Jarboe's "Red (California Clay Mix)", though Thirlwell goes uncredited on the minimal liner notes.
CD 1992 Pow Wow Records PWD 7428 USIncludes the Thirlwell-produced track "My Sweet Milstar" by Motherhead Bug, originally appearing on their 1991 7" release 'Raised by Insects... Bugview' (see above).
CD 1992 World Ends Limited/Volume V2CD FRThe remix of EMF's "I Believe" - Inframental Mix, also appears on this compilation (see EMF above).
CD 1993 Beggar's Banquet BBQCD 499 GB CD 1993 Beggars Banquet Germany SPV 055-48882 DE CD 1993 Atlantic 92308-2 US CD 1993 Play It Again Sam [PIAS] 031.2499.29 BE LP 1993 Beggars Banquet BBQLP 399 GB CD 1993 Tokuma Japan Communications TKCB-70171 JPIncludes the Daniel Ash track Get Out Of Control (Thyroidinal Mix), as remixed by Thirlwell, which is also listed above on the Daniel Ash CD.
CD 1993 Sony/Columbia CK 53450 USThirlwell credited as remixer on the Daniel Ash track "Get Out of Control" (Prostated Mix). CD insert states it is a "limited edition."
CD 1993 EastWest Records UK 9548-31811-2 GBIncludes the Murder Inc. track Murder Inc. (Busted Corpuscle Mix), as remixed by Thirlwell.
CS 1993 Select Magazine none GBIncludes the Nine Inch Nails track Wish, as remixed by Thirlwell.
Cd 1993 Music View 1CD-8285 USIncludes a brief interview with Thirlwell and an excerpt of Steroid Maximus' "Life In The Greenhouse Effect".
CD 1993 Roadrunner Records RR 9073-2 NLIncludes the Prong track Prove You Wrong (Fuzzbuster Mix), as remixed by Thirlwell.
CD 1993 Triple X 51009-2 USCredited as producing the Lydia Lunch and Rowland S. Howard track "Black Juju".
CD 1993 Insipid Vinyl IV-26 AUIncludes the Lydia Lunch track "Twsited", from the "Twisted / Past Glas" 7" released in 1991 (see Lydia Lunch, above).
CD 1993 Dragnet Records DRAGNET 28 DE CD 1993 Dragnet Records DRA SAMPCD 2039 DE CD 1993 RockHard none DE CD 1993 Dragnet Records 12-002039-14 DEIncludes the Fight track "Nailed To The Gun (Bulletproof Mix)", as remixed by Thirlwell.
CD 1995 Mokum DB 4790-2 USNo direct Foetus involvement, rather a group called Titanium Steel samples the line "Suck On This, Squarehead!" (from the SFOTW track "I'll Meet You In Poland Baby" off the 'Hole' release), on their track "Paralyzed". Probably also appears on one of their 'Fucking Hardcore' compilations as well.
3xCD 1996 Dressed To Kill DTK BOX 60 GB(Contains DTK CD's 032, 033 and 034), includes the Lydia Lunch track "Stinkfist", credited to Lunch/Rain (sic: Ruin).
CD 1996 Atavistic ALP38CD CAFeatures the Mars track "3-E" which was reprocessed by Thirlwell on the Mars '78' and '78 +' releases (see above); as well as the Lydia Lunch & Thurston Moore track "The Crumb" with which he was heavily involved (see the Lydia Lunch section above).
CD 1996 Amphetamine Reptile AMREP 043-2 US LP 1996 Amphetamine Reptile ARR 67/010 DECredited as appearing on the Boss Hog track "Black Throat" under the name Clint Ruin.
3xCD Dressed To Kill DTK BOX 51 GBIncludes the Lydia Lunch track "Twsited", from the "Twisted / Past Glas" 7" released in 1991 (see Lydia Lunch, above).
CD 1997/8 Capitol/Dreamworks/SKG DRMD-50102 USAs the title indicates, this release accompanies the Witchblade comic book series. Jim Thirwell (sic) is credited with drum programming on the track "Go To Sleep", which features, among others, Peter Steele (Type O Negative) and Kat Bjelland (Babes In Toyland). Also stated: "Jim Thirwell appears courtesy of Foetus Anonymous."
2xCD 1998 Susan Lawly SLCD019 GBAn anthology of Come Org releases 1979-1981 and featuring the entire VARIOUS ARTISTS 'The Second Coming' LP (see above), which includes the NURSE WITH WOUND (+ JIM THIRWELL (sic)) untitled track, a/k/a "Registered Nurse". They did spell Thirlwell correctly in the included booklet.
2xCD 1999 nerve.com none USThirlwell contributed backing music which appears behind "ReBecca" read by Parker Posey, "Letters to Wendy" read by James Urbaniak, "Scene" read by Doraly Rosen and "Girls" read alternately by Eve Seltzer, Bryan Hanna, Algis Kizys and Andrew Benator.
CD 2001 Susan Lawly SLCD021 GBIncludes the entire COME 'I'm Jack' LP (see above), as well as other tracks from the Come Org label 1981-1982. Digitally remastered from the original master tapes, this marks the first time both tracks, "By God's Very Own Fuck" and "President Your Prick's Stiff", have been made available since the 1981 LP release.
3xCD 2002 Mute Records Ltd. CD STUMM 220 GBNotes:
LP 2005 Staedelschule/Portikus STADEL 002 DENotes:
2xCD 2005 Winter & Winter 910 107-2 DE
Featuring Wolfram Berger, Jean-Louis Costes, Cristina Zavalloni, Sabrina Khalil, Jim Thirlwell, NoŽl Akchote, Steve Beresford, Ernst Reijseger, and others.
3xCD 2005 Nato NATO 574 FR 3xCD 2005 Nocturne NT 123 FRIncludes the track "Chest" from The Godard Fans LP 'Godard Ca Vous Chante?', which is a collaboration between Clint Ruin, Arto Lindsay, Lucy Hamilton and Roli Mosimann.
LP 1986 New Rose NR340/BABY 005 FR LP 1988 Touch And Go T&GLP#9 USCredits "Special Guest Appearances by Jim 'Foetus' Thirlwell", among others.
CD 1995 Play it Again Sam ?? GB CD 1995 Play it Again Sam/Hypnotic HYP 001 CD AT CD 1995 Play it Again Sam/Hypnotic HYP 001 CD AT CD 1995 Pony Cannon ?? JP CD 1995 Hypnotic HYPSD 1040 CA CD 1995 Mausoleum/BMG 71278-60019-2 US CD 2004 Candlelight Records USA CDL0144CD US CD 2004 Hypnotic Records/Play It Again Sam [PIAS] none (promo) BECredited for vocals, FX, & words on the track "D.N.A. (Don't No Anything)".
CD 1998 Hypnotic Records/Breeding Ground HYP-1065 GB CD 2004 Blackened BLACK081CD GBCredited with remixing "Forlorn" - Renunciation mix.
CSS 1996 Mausoleum (promo) MAJC-60029-4 USA cassingle featuring 2 tracks from each band, one of the tracks being Voivod's "D.N.A", "featuring Jim Thirlwell", which is the same as the track on the Voivod 'Negatron' release (see above).
CD 2006 Oral CD10 CAAmong the tracks dedicated to others is "Scended (For Thirlwell)".
12"EP 1990 Chrysalis F1 21753 US CDEP 1990 Chrysalis F2 21753 USThirlwell worked on this project with Wartime (which included Henry Rollins), but artistic differences arose and Thirlwell's contributions did not make the final product. He is, however, thanked, simply as "Clint".
CD 1992 Sympathy for the Record Industry SFTRI 212 USThis release is "assembled from cassettes contributed by" various people, including Thirlwell credited as Clint Ruin, who contributed to "Eulogy Regrets" and an untitled track (titled as a star within a circle).
LP 1995 Play It Again Sam BIAS 301 LP NL CD 1995 Play It Again Sam BIAS 301 CD ??Among those thanked are Dorit (Chrysler, from Halcion) and the Master of Disaster (Thirlwell). Produced, recorded and mixed by Roli Mosimann.
?? 2000 Miramax ?? US"The Need Machine", a track from 'Flow', was licensed for use in this film. The film starred Heather Graham and Casey Affleck.
?? 2008? ?? ?? NL/USCredited with scoring and original music for this full-length horror film; where, when and how it may be released is as yet unknown.
?? 1993 ?? ?? ??Credited with remixing 3 versions each of "Ten Little Girls" - Tragicision, Anorexual and Prugnostic; and "The Coast Is Clear" - Fragmatic, Mentalpause and Nipplicious. Which versions, if any, were used in unknown to Thirlwell, as Curve re-edited his remixes back down to just include the dance music, and he separated himself from it.
CD 19?? ?? (promo) ?? ??Saw this for sale online but it did not list particulars, only that it featured mix(es) by Thirlwell and others.
VHS ?? ?? ?? ??Thirlwell worked on the soundtrack, credited to FOETUS.
PLAY 19?? none none USA play written by, and starring, Lydia Lunch and Emilio Cubeiro.
?? 2010? ?? ?? ??Thirlwell plans to release the fourth Manorexia album near the end of 2010, to be available in both stereo as well as 5:1 surround sound.
?? 1993 ?? ?? ??Credited with remixing 3 versions of the track "Angry Again", and which, if any, were released is unknown to Thirlwell.
VHS 1988 ?? ?? CHThirlwell worked on the soundtrack, credited to SCRAPING FOETUS OFF THE WHEEL. The song "Lilith" was originally written for this film, per Thirlwell, but only features excerpts from 'Nail'.
4XCD-R 19?? ?? ?? ??"Kick To Kill" (Jim Foetus Seersucker Mix).
TV Show 1998? none none USThe producers of this television show have licensed 2 minutes of this track, which was to appear if the show were televised.
?? 19?? ?? ?? ??A recording session Thirlwell did with Jad Fair and his then 8 year- old son Simon Fair. Thirlwell programmed a drum machine and played some sampled sounds live while Simon improvised lyrics, at one point repeatedly screaming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!" while Jad played tambourine (or similar). Whether released is unknown; it's possible that Don Fleming was producing this session. An issue of Option magazine ca. 1993 has a blurb about this, but I have been unable to find that particular issue - if anyone has it please pass along the particulars.
Song and Advice For Kids Who Have Been Left Behind
CD ?? ?? ?? ??Tracks on this CD:
There are also some MP3 files available:
Buddies aren't butts / I am gross / I love you anyway / In your eyes / Menendez' killed their parents / Monsters / Pizza break
?? ?? ?? ?? USThirlwell performed this track once live w/ Tad in Seattle and a bootleg recording reportedly exists.
?? 1999? Creation ?? GB?Thirlwell completed one remix of the track "Paranoid People"; release date and format as yet unknown, if at all, as THREE COLOURS RED has since disbanded.
CD 1995 EMI ?? ??Features Pop Will Eat Itself's "Kick To Kill (Jim Foetus Seersucker Mix)".
FILM 1988 none none NL DVD 2007?? ?? ?? NLA 40-minute color documentary originally aired on Dutch television, as well as shown at the 1988 Rotterdam International Film Festival, featuring interviews with Thirlwell interspersed with clips of live performances of "Anything", "DI-1-9026" and "Boxhead". Thirlwell was filmed while touring Europe in support of 'Hole.' Also featured in the film are Coil, Current 93 and Test Dept. Communications in 2001 with Mr. Oey indicated that he planned to issue the video on VHS, as it had never been officially released in any form.
?? 1999? Uberschall? ?? DE?Thirlwell has finished a track called "Shun" for this compilation, a different version of which appears on the 'FLOW' LP.
19??On occasion one reads that Thirlwell and Caspar Brotzmann planned to collaborate, and while they did get together on several occasions, in one case an album with Diamanda Galas getting to the drawing board, nothing became of it other than a few minutes of recordings here and there.
19??The band He was strictly a studio band, consisting of Thirlwell, Don Fleming, Jim Dunbar, & Rummager. They recorded studio versions of "Puppet Dude" and "Song for Sammy", which were tributes to Jim Henson and Sammy Davis Jr., who both died on the same day, as well as 2 other tracks. Never released, though the possibility exists, and "Puppet Dude" has been played live by Foetus incarnations on a number of occasions (and is a reworked version of Elton John's "Rocket Man").
?? 19?? ?? ?? ??
From one source:
Allegedly a Lydia Lunch record that was not released because it "sounded too much like Foetus", or something to that effect. As reportedly stated in Forced Exposure magazine - if anyone has this particular issue please pass along the specifics.
19??Aside from the Malaria work listed above, Thirlwell also collab- orated on a track with them titled "Creature Meets Creature", which is as of yet unreleased.
1993Thirlwell remixed 4 versions of the track "Fire In The Mountain" - Defoliated Mix, Deloused Mix, Desecrated Mix and Devoured Mix. None have been officially released to date.
2004Thirlwell has played with live incarnations of Murnau (on sampler & keyboards; with Oren Bloedow, Ed Pastorini, and Brian Geltner), and Bloedow created an album's worth of material at Phillip Glass' studio in 2004, but nothing has yet to see light of day.
2000Thirlwell remixed 4 tracks from this release, which was due in 2000 but was never released due to the band's demise.
1987Credited with playing bass on one of the tracks when the release was still in demo version and on tapes being exchanged between Thirlwell and Swell Maps, but Thirlwell's contribution never made the final product.
??No information at this point, but Thirlwell lists it on one of his own early personal discographies under the heading "Further work in some capacity or another."
??Credited with producing the demos of "I Am Legend" and "Thunderkiss '65", as well as two other tracks, that helped them get signed to Geffen/DGC. Being demos, they were never released. White Zombie's "Make Them Die Slowly" (1989 Caroline # CAROL (CD) 1362) and "La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1" (1992 Geffen # GEF(D)-24460) both thank "Jim Thirwell" (sic). (Note also that "Make Them Die Slowly" is titled "Let Them Die Slowly" on the CD spine as well as the LP spine, but is titled correctly on the cassette j-card spine).
Film - "Stinkfist" - does this really exist? Photos from the "Stinkfist" release credited as by Wim V.D. Hulst from the motion picture of the same name.With Page Hamilton (Helmet) - works for an un-named and apparently never completed project.
CS 1983 FLAC 2007Frank Want with Saxophone on Rip It Up live 1983-03-31 at London Lyceum.
A quote from Mat Snow - New Musical Express:
"And, just as on TOTP, guesting on the Big Hit Single was none other than Londonís greatest underground genius, Frank Want / Jim Thirlwell / Foetus. Edwyn introduced him with his customary pixie charm:
'Heís fucking useless, but heís such a nice guy we had to have him play'.
Rip It Up possesses the most sublimely addictive chorus of the year, but Orange Juice opt for the scenic route rather than a comfy ride. Jimís bizarre sax is part of that strategy and it works."
MPG 1983Clint Ruin with guest vocals on Ghost Rider live on BBC TV.
CS 1983 FLAC 2007 MP3 2007Live at City Hall, St.Albans, UK, 1983-10-20
Switchblade Operator / Slut / Your Love Is a Lesion / Body Unknown
CS 1983 FLAC 2007 MP3 2007MARC ALMOND, NICK CAVE, JIM FOETUS and LYDIA LUNCH, show in New York City, a night at the Danceteria, 1983-10-30.
So your heart / Dead river / ? / Blue turk / Go to the church / Misery loves company / Love amongst the ruined / You'll never see me on a sunday / A million manias / Halo flamin lead / In the ghetto / Body unknown
MP3 1983VPRO Radio Netherlands
More Meat Per Inch (Lydia Lunch Intro) / Interview 1 / Anxiety Attack / Interview 2 / Spit On The Griddle / Outro (Lydia Lunch) / More Meat Per Inch
MP3 1984One World Poetry Festival, Meervaart, Amsterdam 1984-11-08.
Interview 1 / Dying with my boots on / JQ murder [excerpt] / Interview 2 / The Fudge Punch / Street Of Shame / Stumbo / O-O (Where Evil Dwells)
MP3 1984Live at NL Centrum, Amsterdam, 1984-11-10.
Hot horse / Street Of Shame / Stumbo / O-O (Where Evil Dwells) / Cold day in hell / Motorslug
MPG 1985Live on Channel 4, The Tube 1985-02-22
Interview with Clint Ruin and track Descend into the inferno.
CS 1985 FLAC 2007Live in Leiden, NL, 1985-07-08
Anything (Viva!) / The Throne of Agony / Hot Horse / Pigswill / DI-1-9026 / Boxhead
MP3 1985 Flac 2011Live in Amsterdam, 1985-07-21
The Throne of Agony / Hot Horse / Pigswill / DI-1-9026 / Boxhead
DI19026 / Boxhead / Throne of Agony / Hot Horse / Pigswill / Where Evil Dwells / Stumbo / Prime Gonzola / Motorslug
VHS 1985 DVD-R 2005 FLAC 2010Live at Kir, Hamburg, Germany, 1985-08-04
Anything (Viva!) / The Throne of Agony / Hot Horse / Pigswill / DI-1-9026 / Boxhead
CS 1986 FLAC 2007Live in Los Angeles, 1986-03-19
Intro by Lydia Lunch / Anything (Viva!) / The Throne of Agony / Hot Horse / Pigswill / DI-1-9026 / Boxhead
Mp3 1986Live at Fri-son, Fribourg, Switzerland, 1986-06-09
Death Rape 2000 / The Fudge Punch / Someone Drowned In My Pool / O-O (Where Evil Dwells) / Stumbo / Prime Gonzola / Motorslug
VHS 1986 DVD-R 2005Live at Cats Club, NY, 1986-07-06
Death Rape 2000 (intro) / The Fudge Punch / Someone Drowned In My Pool / O-O (Where Evil Dwells) / Stumbo / Prime Gonzola / Motorslug / Death Rape 2000 (outro)
MP3 ? FLAC 2006Live at Paradiso, Amsterdam, 1986-09-09
Intro (Lydia Lunch & Clint Ruin) / O-O (Where Evil Dwells) / Stumbo / Prime Gonzola / Motorslug / Death Rape 2000
??Live at The Alcove, Detroit, 1987-??-??
FLAC 2009 MP3 2009Live at The Scream, Los Angeles, 1987-08-07
Intro Spoken word performance by Lydia Lunch / The Faith Healer / Honey, I'm Home / Prime Gonzola / ? / Pedal To The Metal / The Fudge Punch / ? (an unreleased track)
MP3 2005Live in Rotterdam, 1988-09-09
Intro / Don't hide it provide it / Honey I'm home / The dipsomaniac kiss / English faggot / Grab yr ankles / Slut / A prayer for my death / 'bomb threat' / A prayer for my death / Chingada / The faith healer / The fudge punch / Clothes hoist (start)
Flac 2009Live in Oslo, 1988-09-15
Asbestos / Fin / Don't hide it provide it / Honey I'm home / The dipsomaniac kiss / English faggot / Grab yr ankles / Slut / A prayer for my death / Chingada / The faith healer / The fudge punch / Clothes hoist / Anything (Viva)
VHS 199? DVD-R 200?Live at The Masquerade, Atlanta, 1990-09-29
Free James Brown / Fin / Hot Horse / English Faggot / Faith Healer / Honey I'm Home / Butterfly Potion / I'll Meet You in Poland Baby / Anything (Viva!) / Death Rape 2000 / Puppet Dude / Stumbo / Someone Drowned in My Pool / Behemoth / Death Rape 2000 / Your Salvation
VHS 1991 DVD-R 2005Live at Limelight, NY, 1991-10-29
Clothes Hoist / Hot Horse / Hate Feeler / Bedrock / Honey I'm Home / Butterfly Potion / (false starts of A Prayer For My Death) / Behemoth / I Am The Walrus (cut off)
DVD 2007 Mp3 2007Live in St. Petersburg, 1991-11-17
VHS 1995 DVD-R 2005Live at Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, 1995-07-12
(Interview) / Take It Outside Godboy / Mighty Whity / Verklemmt / Hot Horse / I'll Meet You In Poland Baby / They Are Not So True / I Am The Walrus / Mortgage / Elected / Anything (Viva!) / See Ya Later
Flac 2009Live at Abyss, Houston, 1995-07-13
Intro / Take It Outside Godboy / Mighty Whity / Verklemmt / Hot Horse / I'll Meet You In Poland Baby / They Are Not So True / I Am The Walrus / Mortgage / Elected / Anything (Viva!) / See Ya Later
Flac 2004 Mp3 2005Live at Tramps, New York, 1995-08-04
Take It Outside Godboy / Mighty Whity / Verklemmt / Hot Horse / I'll Meet You In Poland Baby / They Are Not So True / I Am The Walrus / Mortgage / Elected / Anything (Viva!) / See Ya Later
Mp3 2006Live at Limelight, NY, 1995-12-05
? Avi 2005Live at Cafe Glocksee, Hannover, Germany, 1996-09-12
Mighty Whity / Incesticide / A Prayer For My Death / I'll Meet You In Poland Baby / I Am The Walrus / The Throne Of Agony / Hot Horse / Clothes Hoist / Don't Hide It Provide It / Anything (Viva!) / Take It Outside Godboy / Sonic reducer
VHS 2000 DVD-R 2005Live at Ottobar, Baltimore, 2000-09-12
The need machine / Mighty whity / Your salvation / Quick fix / Victim or Victor / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Butterfly potion / The throne of agony / Sieve / Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / English faggot / Anything (Viva!) / DI-1-9026
MP3 2000Live at Royal Festival Hall, London, 2000-09-19
Mandalay / Sieve / The Throne Of Agony
MP3 2001A tribute to Serge Gainsbourg, 2001-04-13
RMvideo 2001 MP3 2001Live at Maxwell's, Hoboken, 2001-05-31.
The need machine / Mighty whity / Your salvation / Mine is no disgrace / Quick fix / The throne of agony / Kreibabe / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Sieve /Butterfly potion / Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / DI-1-9026 / English faggot
??Live at Cobald Lounge, Portland, 2001-06-15.
The need machine / Mighty whity / Your salvation / Mine is no disgrace / Quick fix / The throne of agony / Kreibabe / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Sieve /Butterfly potion / Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / DI-1-9026 / English faggot
MP3 2001Live at Fox Theater, Boulder, 2001-06-18.
Mine is no disgrace / Quick fix / The throne of agony / Kreibabe / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Sieve /Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / DI-1-9026 / English faggot / Anything
RMvideo 2001 MP3 2001Live at 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis, 2001-06-20.
The need machine / Mighty whity / Your salvation / Mine is no disgrace / Quick fix / The throne of agony / Kreibabe / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Sieve / Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / DI-1-9026 / English faggot
VHS 2001 DVD-R 2005Live at Fetish Ball, Los Angeles, 2001-06-30
Tracks: Sympathy for the devil / ?? / ??
MP3 2001 MPG 2009Live at Cafe Glocksee, Hannover, Germany, 2001-09-15.
Track: The throne of agony
MP3 2001Live at Scala, London, 2001-10-11
The need machine / Mighty whity / Your salvation / Mine is no disgrace / Quick fix / The throne of agony / Kreibabe / Friend or foe / Mandalay / Sieve / Take it outside, godboy / Clothes hoist / DI-1-9026 / English faggot
AVI/DivX 2003Live at Lieu Unique, Nantes, France, 2003-04-11. Video from "Nafoute TV".
L'espion qui la pleuré / Naught / Chain reaction / Bad day in Greenpoint / Aclectasis / Pusher Jones / Chaiste / Enzymes / Quilombo
MP3 2003Live at P13, Tilburg, Netherlands, 2003-04-13
The trembler / Seventy cops / L'espion qui la pleuré / Naught / Chain reaction / Bad day in Greenpoint / Aclectasis / Tarmac a gris-gris / Pusher Jones / Chaiste / Enzymes / Quilombo / L'espion qui la pleuré (Encore)
Flac 2005 MP3 2003Live at Goudvishal, Arnhem, Netherlands, 2003-05-24
[12 tracks, no tracknames available]
MP3 2003Live 2003-08-28 at "Strength Through Failure" on WFMU.org.
[13 tracks, no tracknames available]
MP3 2004Music from the Venture Bros cartoon series:
MP3 2004Music for the online game 'The flight of the monarch': The flight of the monarch theme
MOV ?? MP3 2005Performed live 2005-02-03 at Merkin Hall, NY, by the Bang On A Can Allstars, Composed by JG Thirlwell.
Interview with J.G. Thirlwell / Anabiosis
Flac 2005 Mp3 2005Live at Donaufestival, Krems, Austria, 2005-04-22
Tracks Steroid Maximus set:
The trembler / Seventy cops / L'espion qui la pleuré / Naught / Chain reaction / Bad day in Greenpoint / Aclectasis / Tarmac a gris-gris / Pusher Jones / Chaiste / Enzymes
Tracks Foetus set:
Intro - Pigdom come/I'll meet you in Poland/Mortgage / Mutapump / Not Adam / Mon agonie douce / Aladdin reverse / Miracle / Blessed evening / Pareidolia / Time marches on / How to vibrate / Quilombo / Hammer falls
QTvideo 2007 MP3 2007Live at The Stone NYC 2006-10-18.
QTvideo 2008 MP3 2009Live at The Whitney Museum NYC, 2007-11-02.
Canaries in the Mineshaft (watch).
Flac 2008 MP3 2008Live at Tryon Festival Theater, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Urbana, IL, 2008-04-03.
Nomatophobis (written by J.G. Thirlwell).