Wednesday, 21 January 2015

RITA CHAO (凌雲) "SHAKE, SHAKE, SHAKE - 搖搖搖" (1966)



Rita Chao, best known to her Mandarin-speaking fans as 凌雲 (…Ling Yun, Ling Ying or Seow Mei-Mei, depending on the source of information you’d prefer to rely on…), was born in Singapore, most probably during the mid '40s of the last century, probably in 1946.

According to some reports, her family originated from the city of Hangzhou (杭州), which is located in the Zhejiang Province (浙江省) in Eastern China, not so far from Shanghai (上海).

Her interest in music developed at school, and when she was 15 she started singing and performing on stage. Her grandmother, Zhao Yongchun (趙永春) a former amateur Peking Opera singer, encouraged her to leave school and at that time she embarked on short tours through Vietnam and North Borneo (Malaysia) along with small acting companies.



Since then, Zhao Yongchun, determined to make her beloved granddaughter famous, became her manager and successfully arranged for her to perform in some of the most famous nightclubs in Singapore.

In 1966 Rita was signed by Columbia / EMI and released her very first 7" EP, the subject of this post. On this record, she was paired with the top guitar band from Singapore, The Quests, and it was instant stardom.

During her career Rita Chao recorded many great Mandarin covers of popular English songs and she was part of the pioneers who launched the Rock Movement in Singapore. Along with Sakura (with whom she joined forces on many recordings during the late '60s) they were both known as 'A Go-Go Queens of the Sixties".

   
...the EP was also released with a different cover offering orange as the main colour...

Rita's career lasted about ten years. In 1975, when her last solo album was released, she declared in an interview that she was about to make a movie in Hong Kong and that she was tired of singing all the time... In 1980-81 she briefly returned on the scene releasing two albums with Sakura, just before disappearing completely.

There has been no news about her in the media for more than three decades; only during recent years, unconfirmed information appeared on the Internet that she may have been suffering from a psychiatric illness that required long-term treatment.

While searching information for this post, I stumbled upon some comments on YouTube that give her up for dead... Despite these rumours, I truly hope that she's still alive and well.


"Shake, Shake, Shake" inner gatefold


Here's the track list for this 7" EP:

01. 搖搖搖 (Shake, Shake, Shake) (1:48)
02. 愛人你變了 (I Know) (3:17)
03. 快樂誕辰 (Happy Happy Birthday) (3:16)
04. 想起他 (As Tears Go By) (2:47)

All tracks were remastered in January 2015 and are available in FLAC lossless format or high-quality 320 Kbps MP3 files; both formats include scans of the complete original artwork.

Please have a look at the comments for the download links.





Side 1 opens with the reverberd drums of "搖搖搖" (Shake, Shake, Shake), the very short and lively title-track. This song was originally included in the 1966 movie "何日君再来" (Till the End of Time) which was a huge success in Singapore and launched the acting career of the young 胡燕妮 (Jenny Hu). The voice singing the original tune belongs to Chinese singer and dubbing artist 静婷 (Tsin Ting); you can watch the original music number here.

The original version of "愛人你變了" (I Know) was written by Robert Suriya of Naomi & The Boys and was included on the band's second EP released in 1965 by Philips. "快樂誕辰" (Happy Happy Birthday) was also included in the same EP, and is a cover of a 1957 Doo Wop number by The Tune Weavers (...original version is here). 

Both songs were very popular among young people in Singapore then, especially the originally titled "Happy Happy Birthday, Baby!" which, according to what Joseph C. Pereira wrote in his "Apache Over Singapore" book, «became a favourite at parties due to its value for having a good smooch.» You can listen to the Naomi & The Boys' own versions by clicking here and here.

The EP ends with "想起他" (As Tears Go By), a song written by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Rolling Stones' manager Andrew Loog Oldham. It was originally released as a single by Marianne Faithfull in 1964; The Rolling Stones recorded their own version later, releasing the track in late 1965.


From left to right, Sakura and Rita Chao as they appear on the inner gatefold of this EP, 1966


The following clips offer a preview of the remastered EP, enjoy: "搖搖搖 (Shake, Shake, Shake)" and "想起他 (As Tears Go By)"!






More information about Rita Chao is available here:

http://www.discogs.com/artist/385494-Rita-Chao

https://rateyourmusic.com/artist/rita_chao

https://rateyourmusic.com/artist/rita_chao_and_sakura

http://blog.roodo.com/macaenese5354/archives/25610568.html

http://blog.roodo.com/macaenese5354/archives/25707290.html

https://questing.wordpress.com/category/rita-chao-%E5%87%8C%E9%9B%B2/

https://questing.wordpress.com/category/sakura-rita-duet-%E6%AB%BB%E8%8A%B1-%E6%B7%A9%E9%9B%B2/

http://illfolks.blogspot.com/2014/04/rita-chao-chaod-mary-proud-mary-in.html

http://mocamborainbow.blogspot.com/2008/07/rita-chao.html

http://www.tofu-magazine.net/newVersion/pages/gogo.html

http://www.smartshanghai.com/articles/nightlife/music-tuesday-far-out-east-2

http://singapore60smusic.blogspot.com/2009/01/rita-chao-pop-go-go-for-william-dad.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Singapore

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dk_gilbert/sets/72157625310673913

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/rita.chao.html

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/rita.lp.html

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/sakura.rita.chao.html

http://www.pbase.com/sid_presley/the_record_collection&page=all



In the next months I will post more Hong Kong/Taiwan/Singapore/etc. Pop/Instrumental records released in the late-60s / mid-70s. As usual, I would like to provide information about these releases and their authors.

Unfortunately the Internet doesn't offer much information - written in English - about these artists and this is the reason why I need help: if you can translate from Chinese to English please get in touch with me at stereocandies [at] hotmail [dot] com or leave a comment in the box below, thank you so much!

It's been difficult to obtain these vinyls, some are not in the best conditions and I'm currently working hard to properly master them. It seems that these artists and their music are poorly known in the West, of course it's a real pity because they made stunning releases: I'd like to share them with you with a proper presentation, hope that someone will be able to help.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

STEREO TOTAL "ALLO... J'ECOUTE..." (1995)

Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais
Et tes larmes n'y pourront rien changer
Comme dit si bien Verlaine 'au vent mauvais'
Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais
Tu te souviens des jours anciens et tu pleures
Tu suffoques, tu blêmis à présent qu'a sonné l'heure
Des adieux à jamais, je suis au regret
De te dire que je m'en vais, oui je t'aimais, oui mais
Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais
Et tes larmes n'y pourront rien changer
Comm'dit si bien Verlaine 'au vent mauvais'
Je suis venu te dire ue je m'en vais
Tu te souviens des jours heureux et tu pleures
Tu sanglotes, tu gémis à présent qu'a sonné l'heure
Des adieux a jamais, je suis au regret
De te dire que je m'en vais, car tu m'en as trop fait.


[From "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais" by Serge Gainsbourg"]



During winter 1992-93, Françoise Cactus and Brezel Göring were living in the same neighborhood in Berlin and the legend has it that they casually met while shopping in a bakery in Adalbertstraße.

At that time, Françoise was about to close her experience with the French girl-garage-punk-R’n'R-Band Lolitas (...they released six albums in Germany and France and toured all over Europe and America, for more information about them have a look here...) and Brezel was keeping himself busy with an Experimental-noise-copyright-ignoring-tapeloop-soundeffects project called Sigmund Freud Experience (...he released three vinyl records under this guise, 100 copies each...).

In 1993 they started playing together. Their first recording was a ten minute cooking-recipe, in which all ingredients had sexual connotations. The recording is sadly lost... In 1994 they started rehearsaling and recording in Hamburg at the Alien Sound Studio of Peter Stein, and began to perform concerts in small venues in Berlin and Germany.

In those early days, the band logo consisted of two tits that were originally painted on a mix-tape Françoise made for Brezel entitled "Stereo Total", and I easily guess this is how the band's name was born... The logo was later shown on the backside of their first album "Oh Ah"; here you can have a look at the inlay-card of the CD version.

At this time the line-up included Françoise (vocals and drums), Brezel (vocals, guitar, organ and synthesizers) and Lesley Campell from Scotland (distorted guitar). With their unusual mix of music influences and languages, it wasn't easy then to find a label... The band used to play French Chanson, Disco, Rockabilly and Garage in a very minimal, simplified, essential way, often with self-built guitars and cheap electronics; lyrics were both written in French and German.

At last, in 1995 Desert Records released their first four tracks EP entitled "Allo... J'ecoute...", which - as you already guessed - is the subject of this post...




Here's the track list for this release:

01. Dactylo-Rock (Sekretärinnen-Rock) (2:35)
02. Avec ma valise (2:17)
03. Es ist kein traum (1:00)
04. Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais (2:47)

All tracks were remastered in January 2015 and are available in FLAC lossless format or high-quality 320 Kbps MP3 files; both formats include scans of the complete original artwork.

Please have a look at the comments for the download links.



Side A opens with "Dactylo-Rock (Sekretärinnen-Rock)", a song with German lyrics that has its peculiarity in the use of a typewriter as rhythmic instrument. This song was later re-recorded and released on their debut album "Oh Ah" in late 1995. The next years it was also released as a CD-Single on Peace 95 and on a limited edition blue vinyl on Bungalow; both releases included many remixes by other German artists.

"Avec ma valise" was originally included on Lolitas' "Séries Américaines" released in 1987, and is a strong link to Françoise's previous musical activities. The sadness of the original number is lost, but the faster tempo and Brezel's crooning are interesting enough, and give new life to the song.

On Side B we find the very short and minimal "Es ist kein traum" sung by Françoise with an electric guitar accompaniment; sadly my close-to-zero knowledge of German doesn't allow me to go further than the title translation: "It Is Not a Dream".

The EP ends with a cover of Serge Gainsbourg's classic masterpiece "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais", which was originally included on its "Vu de l'extérieur" album released in 1973; you can listen to the original version here. Stereo Total later recorded a more electronic version of this song for their debut album "Oh Ah".



Here's the complete credits and personnel list as translated from the back sleeve of the EP:

Lesley Campbell: guitar
Françoise Cactus: drums and vocals
Brezel Göring: guitar and vocals

Alex Chilton: drums on "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais"
Coco: bass on "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais"

Recorded in Berlin by Coco, 1994.

"Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais" recorded in New Orleans by Alex Chilton, 1993.

Mixed by Nils Peters.


Brezel Göring and Françoise Cactus, 1994

The following clips offers a preview of the remastered single, enjoy "Dactylo-Rock (Sekretärinnen-Rock)" and "Avec ma valise"!





As a bonus, have fun with the official videoclip for the re-recorded version of "Dactylo Rock"...



...and a playback of Serge Gainsbourg performing the original version of "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais", WOW!





More information about Stereo Total is available here:

http://stereototal.de

http://stereototal.stereototal.de

http://monokini.free.fr/index.html

http://www.discogs.com/artist/Stereo+Total

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereo_Total

http://www.facebook.com/StereoTotal

http://www.myspace.com/stereototal

http://soundcloud.com/stereototal


If you have any other useful information about Stereo Total - especially corrections and improvements to this post - or if you spot any dead links, please get in touch with me at stereocandies [at] hotmail [dot] com or leave a comment in the box below, thank you!

Saturday, 10 January 2015

RITA CHAO (凌雲) - A COLLECTION OF PICTURES

Here's a collection of pictures of Singapore singer Rita Chao (凌雲). A few pictures were sourced from the Internet; most of the others comes from my own records collection and are made available here for the first time.

This post is a work-in-progress, I will add more pictures and other memorabilia at a later date.

[last update: 10.01.2015]


Rita Chao as she appears on the front cover of her debut EP, 1966



Rita Chao as she appears on the back cover of her debut EP, 1966



Sakura and Rita Chao as they appear in the inner gatefold of Rita's debut EP, 1966



Rita Chao and Sakura as they appear in the inner gatefold of Rita's debut EP, 1966


More information about Rita Chao is available here:

http://www.discogs.com/artist/385494-Rita-Chao

https://rateyourmusic.com/artist/rita_chao

https://rateyourmusic.com/artist/rita_chao_and_sakura

http://blog.roodo.com/macaenese5354/archives/25610568.html

http://blog.roodo.com/macaenese5354/archives/25707290.html

https://questing.wordpress.com/category/rita-chao-%E5%87%8C%E9%9B%B2/

https://questing.wordpress.com/category/sakura-rita-duet-%E6%AB%BB%E8%8A%B1-%E6%B7%A9%E9%9B%B2/

http://illfolks.blogspot.com/2014/04/rita-chao-chaod-mary-proud-mary-in.html

http://mocamborainbow.blogspot.com/2008/07/rita-chao.html

http://www.tofu-magazine.net/newVersion/pages/gogo.html

http://www.smartshanghai.com/articles/nightlife/music-tuesday-far-out-east-2

http://singapore60smusic.blogspot.com/2009/01/rita-chao-pop-go-go-for-william-dad.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_of_Singapore

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dk_gilbert/sets/72157625310673913

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/rita.chao.html

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/rita.lp.html

http://www.geocities.jp/a104gs/sakura.rita.chao.html

http://www.pbase.com/sid_presley/the_record_collection&page=all

I'm currently trying to compile a Rita Chao exhaustive discography, my work-in-progress will be available soon.

All my posts dedicated to Rita Chao on this blog are available here.



In the next months I will post more Hong Kong/Taiwan/Singapore/etc. Pop/Instrumental records released in the late-60s / mid-70s. As usual, I would like to provide information about these releases and their authors.

Unfortunately the Internet doesn't offer much information - written in English - about these artists and this is the reason why I need help: if you can translate from Chinese to English please get in touch with me at stereocandies [at] hotmail [dot] com or leave a comment in the box below, thank you so much!

It's been difficult to obtain these vinyls, some are not in the best conditions and I'm currently working hard to properly master them. It seems that these artists and their music are poorly known in the West, of course it's a real pity because they made stunning releases: I'd like to share them with you with a proper presentation, hope that someone will be able to help.

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

JEAN PAUL & ANGELIQUE "JEAN PAUL & ANGELIQUE" (1975)

«This is our first album and we were advised to publish it without a title, because in this way the public will remember better our names: Jean Paul & Angelique.

However, we would have called it "Flute's Wind", because this song, which was chosen as our first single and was programmed in heavy rotation by Tonino Ruscitto on 'Supersonic', has allowed us to finally have this LP out.
»

[Translated from the original back sleeve notes of "Jean Paul & Angelique"]



...well, despite what the liner notes say, when Jean Paul & Angelique's debut album was released in 1975, the couple had already recorded - and released - two full-lenght records using their early stage name of Elio & Angelique...

Those records are in a different vein compared to "Jean Paul & Angelique", but it's worth exploring them and I will try to present them here sometimes in the future. For the time being, let's take care of this Rare Groove gem!



Unfortunately there's not much more than I can add to what I already wrote in the previous post dedicated to them here on Stereo Candies, but anyway... Here we go:

Elio Giampaolo Nigi and Angelique San, best known by their stage name of Jean Paul & Angelique have been one of the most delicate couples of Italian music.

Giampaolo originates from Florence, Italy, while Angelique was born in Nancy, France; her father was French and her mother was Italian, so she has spent part of her youth in Tuscany. Sometimes in the late '60s / early 70s they moved from Florence to Milan.

Nigi has studied at the Music Conservatory of Florence and is a master of woodwind instruments, with a preference for flutes. Angelique usually plays guitar and sings; in 1968 she had a single on RCA Talent, a sublabel of RCA Italiana, which featured the songs "La tua Ninì" and "Il mondo m'insegnò".

They debuted together in 1972 with the album "Cos'è l'amore" (What Is Love), credited to Elio & Angelique, which was released by a small Italian label named CiPiTi.

In 1974 they released another album entitled "Tutti abbiamo un ramo di pazzia" (We All Have a Branch of Madness) in collaboration with Italian actor Giulio Brogi, once again on CiPiTi.

By 1975 they changed the name of their project and released a stunning, mostly instrumental, album simply entitled "Jean Paul & Angelique" on Charter Line / WEA Italiana.

Later on they released a few more singles, also as solo artists, before disappearing from the music scene in the early '80s.


Jean Paul and Angelique, circa 1974


"Jean Paul & Angelique" contains the following tracks:

01. Harmattan (3:45)
02. Africa Sound (4:34)
03. Latte caldo (4:04)
04. Pinco Pallino (3:00)
05. Mooning (4:51)
06. Saucy San (3:38)
07. Padrino N.2 (3:24)
08. Computer Man (3:54)
09. Viso di donna (3:19)
10. Flute's Wind (8:21)

All tracks were remastered from vinyl in December 2014 and are available in FLAC lossless format or high-quality 320 Kbps MP3 files; both formats include scans of the complete original artwork.

Please have a look at the comments for the download links.



"Harmattan" is a slow and melodic piece co-written by Nigi along with Stelio Silvestri and Sergio Paolini; as most of the album, it features the flute as main instrument, along with strings arrangement and soft vocals - with almost no lyrics - by Angelique. This song was released as a single in 1976 by Elektra, backed up with "Africa Sound" (...see previous post here...), and was also used as the flip-side of "Flute's Wind", the band's first promotional single mentioned on the back sleeve of this album.

"Africa Sound" is a killer Rare Groove track which reminds of the Italian Library Music of the '70s; a strong Jazz-Funk and Psychedelic groove with percussions, wah-wah guitars and frantic flute solos and vocals... A masterpiece!

Introduced by a brief harmonica motif, "Latte caldo" (Warm Milk) is another of the stronger tracks of the album, filled with the delicate and alluring voice of Angelique. A few years later, as documented in this videoclip, the track was overdubbed with synthesizer effects and complete lyrics were added to transform it in a proper song.

Due to the use of pan pipes - or another similar-sounding woodwind instrument - and assorted percussions, "Pinco Pallino" (...an Italian placeholder name in the vein of John Doe, Jane Doe, etc.) reminds some of the best pages written by Inti-Illimani, the exiled Chilean group who took up residence in Italy during the early/mid '70s.

"Mooning" is a cover of "Moanin'", a piece written by Bobby Timmons which has become a Jazz standard nowadays. The song was first recorded by Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers on the album of the same title in 1958; a live rendition of the original version is available here.



Side B opens with the uptempo "Saucy San", one of the grooviest and funkiest tracks on the album, which features extended breakbeats and flute solos. The title could be a reference to Angelique's surname, but who knows...

Along with the aforementioned "Moonin", "Padrino N.2" is the sole non-original composition on the album. Credited to Sergio Paolini, Stelio Silvestri (...who probably created the arrangement...) and Nino Rota (the original composer), it is an excellent cover of the main theme from "The Godfather: Part II" which features a strings section and various solos including bass clarinet (....or something which sounds just like that...) and harmonica.

"Computer Man" is a simple uptempo track which includes some special effects of unspecified nature, which could (...or not...) include direct manipulation of piano strings and tape echo. This is the only piece on the album that I would dare to call a filler and it's not that bad at all, really.

With the both dramatic and almost relaxing "Viso di donna" (A Woman's Face) the strings return and we enter in a sort of Easy Listening and cinematic territory which also offers a peaceful interlude in the form of a flute melody plus guitar/bass accompaniment which reminded me of Middle Ages and Renaissance music... At this point, it is worth mentioning that all the eight original compositions on the album are signed by Elio Giampaolo Nigi: give praise where praise is due!

The album closes with the more-than-eight-minutes-long cavalcade of "Flute's Wind", the only piece for which Angelique San is given a writing credit. The song begins with a crazier-than-crazy flute solo, then guitar and percussions are slowly added to the mix and, as soon as bass and drums join in with the other instruments, Angelique begins to tickle the listener with not completely intelligible Italian vocals, just before letting herself go free in frantic mode. At some point all the instruments stop and another wild flute solo begins, then the song structure takes a jazzy turn until it rarefies... That's when the flute and guitar emerge again from inner piano tricks and, after the rhythm section has completed the picture, the main theme and vocal hooks are repeated once again... Stellar!!!


The following clips offer a preview of the remastered album, enjoy "Harmattan", "Viso di donna", "Africa Sound" and "Flute's Wind"!









More information about Jean Paul & Angelique is available here:

http://www.discogs.com/artist/1171817-Jean-Paul-Angelique

https://www.youtube.com/user/jeanpaulangelique/videos

http://janangel113.beepworld.it/jeanpaulangeliqu.htm

http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cipiti


If you have any other useful information about this post, or if you spot any dead links, just get in touch with me at stereocandies [at] hotmail [dot] com or leave a comment in the box below, thank you!

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

THE SHEEP RECORDS STORY #16: THE MEN FROM S.P.E.C.T.R.E. "BURNOUT FOR DAVIE / HOLY SMOKE" (2000)



Sheep Records was a Swiss underground label specialized in Garage-Rock, Surf, Lounge and other Rock'n'Roll oddities. Run by Christian Müller from Zürich, along with friends Andi Frick and Andreas Egi, it was active from 1996 to 2004 and published about 30 releases, mostly on 7" vinyl singles.



In october 2006, after about two years of hiatus, all the contents of the now defunct Sheep Records website were deleted from the Internet, and replaced with a blank page announcing that "Der Kebab ist gegessen" ("The kebab is eaten"), a last goodbye and a reference to the label's cataloguing system that included the prefix "kebab" for vinyl releases and "gigot" for CD releases.



The sixteenth Sheep Records release was another great single by The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. This 7" is limited to 300 copies on orange vinyl and 200 copies on black vinyl, for a total of 500 copies; it was released in November 2000.

On Side A we find "Burnout For Davie" which, according to the short Sheep Records press-release «is the theme tune for the swiss TV series '5 Kugeln für Tschanun'»... Uhm, I wasn't able to find any information about it on the Internet: is it meant to be an imaginary TV series? Who knows... Anyway, I guess I enjoyed "Holy Smoke", the track on Side B, more than "Burnout..."... Is it because in the depth of my mind I still think that somehow it is inspired by the Iron Maiden track of the same name? Once again, who knows... As the label puts it, «Psychedelic, laid back... Simply the coolest Hammond instros. This time produced by themselves.»





Here's the track list and the personnel/credits list for this 7" single as they appear on the back cover:

01. Burnout For Davie (4:23)
02. Holy Smoke (4:15)

Guitar: Gerry Germann
Bass: Rolf Keller
Organ: Mario Janser
Drums: Stefan Saurer

Recorded at the Portable Studios by Prof. Fate and his secret machine of massmanipulation.

All songs written by The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E.

Cover by Rolf Keller.

Both tracks were remastered from vinyl in December 2014 and are available in FLAC lossless format or high-quality 320 Kbps MP3 files; both formats include scans of the complete original artwork.

Please have a look at the comments for the download links.


The Men from S.P.E.C.T.R.E. have recently opened a page on Bandcamp and are currently offering their albums for download: if you enjoy their music please support them!

Here's the group official biography as it appears on their own website:

The Men from S.P.E.C.T.R.E. (Winterthur, Switzerland) rush out of the speakers, straight through your living room, into your ears and move your pulse. The sound is fit for street races with perfectly tuned cars and at home in NASA promotional films. The rough edges and instrumental action sound echoes the space-rock-bands and soundtracks of the 70s. The catchy beat of Drums, Congas and Bass join the wild Hammond organ and fuzzy Guitar to mash-up the scenes.

"The Living Eye" is the third record of the S.P.E.C.T.R.E.'s and released on American label Hammondbeat Records. "The Living Eye" is more indulgent, more psychedelic, and hits the beat harder than the previous records. The songs "Purple Pill People" and "Black Tank", along with earlier productions, have been released on internationally revered labels like Acid Jazz Records (UK).

The Men from S.P.E.C.T.R.E. have toured Italy, Spain, UK, Germany, Belgium, France, and Switzerland. The Swiss quintet will be on stage with "The Living Eye" ...heading for lots of trouble.


The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E., 1998


More information about Sheep Records and The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. is available here:

http://www.surfnroll.de/interviews/sheep/sheep.html

http://www.men-from-spectre.org

http://menfromspectre.bandcamp.com/

http://www.myspace.com/menfromspectre

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22men+from+s.p.e.c.t.r.e.%22


The Sheep Records story will continue in the next months. All your inputs are more than welcome, if you want to get in touch please write to stereocandies [at] hotmail [dot] com or leave a comment in the box below, thank you!

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