[Nagnagnag] ACID HORSE RE: Nagnagnag Digest, Vol 58, Issue 1

C. Dunton creaig at 2fmp.com
Sat Oct 6 21:45:10 PDT 2007


I'm pretty sure that track, "Show Me Your Spine", is credited to PTP,  
which did not have any Cabs involvement...mostly Ministry folks (Al  
Jourgansen, Chris Connelly, and Ogre from Skinny Puppy).

Overall that's a pretty good compilation, covers a lot of ground.   
But I'm also a Ministry fan, so those who aren't might think very  
differently of it :)

Creaig

On Oct 6, 2007, at 7:59 PM, Grant Regnaert wrote:

> I have a question about Acid Horse. I know it was a collab. between  
> Cabs & Ministry w/ 2 versions of the track "No Name, No Slogan".
> But, does the track "Show me Your Spine"(from Robocop) by Acid  
> Horse, feature Cabs as well as Ministry???
> I saw this track on a Ministry compilation of side projects called  
> Side Trax (that featured all of Ministry's side projects, one- 
> off's, collabs, etc.). The comp. also had the 2 versions of Acid  
> Horses "No Name, No Slogan" right next to "Show Me Your Spine".
>
> After listening to the track, I want to say that Cabs ARE involved,  
> the beat/rhythm definitely sound Cabs oriented...IMO, I would think  
> if they are usin the name Acid Horse, then Cabs IS involved, but  
> that's me....Does anyone else know if Cabs was involved in this  
> track too?
> Thanks.
>
> Grant RR
>
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>> From: "Jon Whitney" <turbid at turbid.com>
>> Subject: [Nagnagnag] OOP CV CDs in iTunes
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>> I guess I missed these being added but things like Body & Soul,  
>> Plasticity,
>> What Is Real, Percussion Force, The Conversation, and  International
>> Language are all in iTunes now.
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>> I'm shocked the Mute and EMI catalogs aren't more prevalent and  
>> it's pretty
>> cool that it says copyright Cabaret Voltaire - the band should  
>> completely be
>> the ones directly selling into iTunes.
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>> From: "Stephen Austra-Beck" <saustrabeck at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: [Nagnagnag] OOP CV CDs in iTunes
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>> These titles you referenced were all titles CV released  
>> independently, and I think RH Kirk (& Mal) still own the rights to  
>> them.  '91-'92's 'Technology- Western Re-Works' on Virgin is on  
>> iTunes too, which I believe CV may own the rights to as well.
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>> Yes, it's frustrating the EMI catalogue isn't so readily  
>> available, but "Code" for instance is a "deleted title."  Maybe  
>> eventually it will be re-released via 'The Grey Area of Mute' for  
>> instance, or another outlet.  The EMI follow up "Groovy, Laidback  
>> and Nasty" was re-issued "mid-price", but UK only (as the  
>> original).  Such titles that weren't released in the US region  
>> likely wouldn't make it to the US iPod store.  Apple maintains  
>> nation/region specific iPod e-storefronts, and if a title is  
>> available on one of them one wants, they have to have a credit  
>> card issued specific that nation/region, and billing address.
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>>   Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007 11:34 AM
>>   Subject: [Nagnagnag] OOP CV CDs in iTunes
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>>   I guess I missed these being added but things like Body & Soul,  
>> Plasticity, What Is Real, Percussion Force, The Conversation, and   
>> International Language are all in iTunes now.
>>
>>   I'm shocked the Mute and EMI catalogs aren't more prevalent and  
>> it's pretty cool that it says copyright Cabaret Voltaire - the  
>> band should completely be the ones directly selling into iTunes.
>>
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