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. . . .DAVE MASON
ALONE TOGETHER


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Three Imaginary Boys is the debut album by British alternative rock band The Cure, released in 1979.

Fiction, the record company, decided which songs were put on the album, as well as the cover artwork, without Robert Smith's consent. The "Foxy Lady" soundcheck, with vocals sung by Michael Dempsey, was not supposed to be on the album, and was removed for the American release. For all Cure albums since, Smith has ensured he is given complete creative control over the final product.

Despite Smith's displeasure with the record, Three Imaginary Boys was well received critically at the time of its release. Sounds' Dave McCullough praised it in a 5-star review and noted: "The Cure are going somewhere different on each track, the ideas are startling and disarming". Smash Hits described the album as a "brilliant, compelling debut". Pitchfork likened the album to a "new wave Wire or Joy Division" and called it "as original a record as anything else to spin off from the tail end of punk."

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Maybe it was youthful exuberance or perhaps it was the fact that the band itself was not pulling all the strings, Three Imaginary Boys is not only a very strong debut, but a near oddity (it's an admittedly "catchy" record) in the Cure catalog. More poppy and representative of the times than any other album during their long career, Three Imaginary Boys is a semi-detached bit of late-'70s English pop-punk. Angular and lyrically abstract, it's strong points are in its utter simplicity.

There are no dirges here, no long suites, just short bursts of energy and a rather strange cover of Hendrix's "Foxy Lady." For some, this is the last good Cure record, many fans of this album being in no way prepared for the sparse emptiness and gloom that would be the cornerstone of future releases. For the most die-hard Cure-head, however, it's an interesting sidenote, hard to place in the general flow of the band's discography.

Cure leader Robert Smith has voiced many times over his mixed feelings about the record, most notably the cover art (the three "representative" appliances on the cover, the lack of a real track listing -- all the songs are represented with arty type pictures -- and in no real order) and the production, which at times is admittedly a little muddy, but even that lends it a certain youthful charm. What the Cure would do next wasn't entirely obvious to the listener of this album, but there are some definite hints.
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Yesterday and Today is a studio album by the Beatles, their ninth album released on Capitol Records and eleventh overall American release, released in 1966.

Yesterday and Today included tracks from the Beatles' two most recent British LPs which had not yet been included on American albums, plus three from their upcoming LP in the United Kingdom, plus two songs which were back-to-back on a single:
  • from the UK LP Help!, the tracks "Act Naturally" and "Yesterday"
  • from the UK LP Rubber Soul, the tracks "Nowhere Man" and "What Goes On" (also earlier issued by Capitol as a single), plus "Drive My Car" and "If I Needed Someone."
  • both sides of the double A-side single "Day Tripper"/"We Can Work It Out"
  • from the not-yet-released UK LP Revolver, the tracks "I'm Only Sleeping", "Doctor Robert", and "And Your Bird Can Sing"

The hodge-podge nature in which Capitol Records compiled their albums irritated the group, who felt they had "put a lot of work into the sequencing" of the British albums.

The album is remembered primarily for the controversy surrounding its original cover image, the "butcher cover" featuring the band dressed in white smocks and covered with decapitated baby dolls and pieces of meat:


Photographer Robert Whitaker took a series of pictures of the group dressed in butcher smocks and draped with pieces of meat and body parts from plastic baby dolls. The group played along as they were tired of the usual photo shoots—and the concept was compatible with their own black humour. Capitol president Alan W. Livingston stated that it was Paul McCartney who pushed strongly for the photo's inclusion as the album cover, and that McCartney reportedly described it as "our comment on the [Vietnam] war". In the United States, Capitol Records printed approximately 750,000 copies of Yesterday and Today with the photograph. A small fraction of the original covers were shipped to disc jockeys and reviewers as advance copies. Reaction was immediate. The record was immediately recalled and all copies were ordered shipped back to the record label, leading to its rarity and popularity among collectors.

Capitol initially ordered plant managers to destroy the covers, however, faced with so many jackets already printed, Capitol decided instead to paste a much more conventional cover over the old ones. Copies that have never had the white cover pasted onto them, known as "first state" covers, are very rare and command the highest prices.

In 2016, an original copy of Yesterday and Today in shrink wrap was sold for a $125,000.

George Harrison said in The Beatles Anthology that he thought the whole idea "was gross, and I also thought it was stupid. Sometimes we all did stupid things thinking it was cool and hip when it was naïve and dumb; and that was one of them."
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Plastic Seat Sweat is the sixth album by Southern Culture on the Skids, released in 1997.

Stylistically, SCOTS gravitate towards the rockabilly, surf rock, country and R&B genres, with a punk edge and outrageous humor thrown in. Guitarist/singer Rick Miller, drummer Dave Hartman and bassist/singer/heartbreaker Mary Huff, play a greasy mix of surf, rockabilly, R&B and country-fried garage with a side of psych, all the while driving fans into ecstatic, sweat-drenched paroxysms of joy. It’s a musical gumbo Miller calls, “Americana from the wrong side of the tracks.“ The band has been prolific and ubiquitous for over thirty years, touring everywhere from the North Carolina prison system to Mount Fuji, Japan, and delivering what Rolling Stone calls “a hell raising rock and roll party.“

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Although Plastic Seat Sweat lacks some of the manic energy that made Southern Culture on the Skids' early independent records so entertaining, it nevertheless is a strong latter-day psychobilly record. The style is predictable, but there are unexpected twists and turns in every other song, plus an abundance of catchy hooks and tightly written songs that makes Plastic Seat Sweat go down easily.
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Here's a dozen and one new songs from Southern Culture On The Skids, chock-full of hick references and faux-country riffs, beating to death old jokes like shotgun weddings, leftovers, and having your car break down outside Las Vegas. If you enjoy the group's shtick, and you can't get enough of the whole Mojo Nixon/New Duncan Imperials scene, the band's new Plastic Seat Sweat is just fine. It doesn't break any new ground; the band still seems willfully ignorant of its musical roots; and only the anti-real-estate-developer rant "Earthmover" seems to have any real point. But there are other bands for that.

Plastic Seat Sweat is an adequately fun record, and you can dance stupid to it okay, but it'll go in one ear and out… somewhere. This genre has moved on since SCOTS entered it, and while the group's Dirt Track Date demonstrated that it can be damn good at this white-trash-wannabe stuff, the new record is a step backward. Not all the way back, perhaps, but definitely back across the fence to hardcore-fans-only territory.
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