David Holmes – Bow Down To The Exit Sign [Promo] (CD, US)

2000 1500 Records / Interscope n/a
01. Got A Bad Thing Going On
02. Jackson Johnson
03. Living Room
04. Inside A Riot
05. Compared To What
06. 69 Police
07. Outrun
08. Slip Your Skin
09. Fluffer

NOTES:
Early in-house promo of Bow Down to the Exit Sign by David Holmes featuring the vocals of Jon Spencer on Bad Thing. This promo only includes 9 of the fifthteen tracks on the commercially released album and titles the Jon Spencer featuring track ‘Got A Bad Thing Going On‘ and ‘Incite a Riot’ as ‘ Inside A Riot’.

Jackson Johnson was released as a bonus track on the Japanese edition but it is not know whether or not Fluffer is a new track or just an alternate title. The titles not included on this version of the album are Live From The Peppermint Store, Sick City, Drexlers Apt. – Aftermath, Afternoon, Happiness, Zero Tolerance, Commercial Break and Hey Lisa.

Bow Down To The Exit Sign was released as on CD and double vinyl and the track Bad Thing appeared on the Unconditionally Guaranteed 2000.6 compilation.

SONG CREDITS:
01. Got A Bad Thing Going On (Featuring Jon Spencer) Writers: Holmes/Mossman/Morris/Jonathan K. Spencer
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control/Dirty Shirt Music/BMG Music Publ. Ltd
Vocals: Jon Spencer
Backing Vocals: Nmarcell D. Lashley/Helga Davis/Carl Hancock Rux
Turntables/Special FX: David Holmes
Moog Organ/Percussion: Darren Morris
Bass/Guitar/Percussion: Phil Mossman
Produced: David Holmes with Phil Mossman/Darren Morris/Tim Goldsworthy
Engineered: Jagz Kooner
Mixed: David Holmes/Craign Silvey at Konk studios
Recorded: Plantain Studios, N.Y.C.
Programming: Tim Goldsworthy
Additional Programming: Jagz Kooner
Additional Recording Engineer: Phil Mossman
Assistant Engineer: Jon Weiner & James Murphy
Remixed at Echoplex Studio, London

02. Jackson Johnson
[credits unknown]

03. Living Room (Featuring: Carl Hancock Rux)
Writers: Holmes/Mossman/Morris/Hancock Rux
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control/Manrux Music (BMI)
Vocals: Carl Hancock Rux
Backing Vocals: Marcell D. Lashley
Turntables/Special FX: David Holmes
Rhodes/Stylophone: Darren Morris
Bass/Guitar: Phil Mossman
Drums: Phil Mossman
Produced: David Holmes with Darren Morris/Phil Mossman
Engineered: Phil Mossman
Mixed: David Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub.
Recorded at Plantain N.Y.C.
Programming: Jagz Kooner
Assistant Engineer: Jon Weiner
Mixed: Olympic Studios, London

04. Inside A Riot [Incite a Riot]
Writers: Holmes/Mossman/Morris
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control
Turntable/Special FX: David Holmes
Rhodes/Moog Organ: Darren Morris
Bass/Guitar: Phil Mossman
Drums: Zak Danziger
Produced: David Holmes with Phil Mossman/Darren Morris/Tim Goldsworthy
Engineered: Phil Mossman
Mixed: david Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub.
Recorded at Plantain Studios, N.Y.C.
Programming: Tim Goldsworthy
Additional Programming: Jagz Kooner
Assistant Engineers: Jon Weiner/James Murphy
Remixed: Echoplex Studios, London

05. Compared To What (Featuring: Carl Hancock Rux)
Writer: Gene McDaniels
Published: Lonport Music Inc./Sparta Florida Music Ltd.
Vocals: Carl Hancock Rux
Turntables/Special FX: David Holmes
Piano/Keyboards: Darren Morris
Brass: Duncan MacKay/Jim Hunt
Bass/Guitar/Percussion: Phil Mossman
Drum Programming: Keith Tanniswood
Produced: David Holmes
Mixed: David Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub
Recorded at Echoplex Studio, London
Additional Programming/Engineering: Jagz Kooner

06. 69 Police
Writer: Holmes/Mossman/Morris/Italo/Salizatto/Aldo Tagliapietra/Giovanni Smeraldi/Stanley Walden
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control/Suono Edizioni Musicali/C.A. Rossi Editore/EMI Unart Catalog Inc.
Turntables/Special FX/Percussion: David Holmes
Keyboards/Percussion: Darren Morris
Bass: Phil Mossman
Vocal Piece: Sean Gullette
Backing Vocals: Jordan Bailey.Janet Cooke
Produced: David Holmes with Darren Morris/Phil Mossman/Hugo Nicolson
Engineered: Hugo Nicolson/Jagz Kooner
Mixed: David Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub.
Recorded at Drama Studio, Belfast and Echoplex Studio, London
“this composition contains elements from ‘Oh Calcutta” written by Walden and published by EMI Unart Catalog Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved”, Excerpts from “Oh Calcutta” as performed by the Dave Pell Singers used under license from Capitol Records a division of Capitol Records Inc.
69 Police features “Ad Gloriam” by Le Orne under license from Suono Edizioni Musicall, Samples “Ad Gloriam” (Salozatto/Tagliapietra/Smeraldi) courtesy of Suono Edizioni Musicali and C.A. Rossi Editore

07. Outrun (Featuring Martina Toppley-Bird)
Writers: Holmes/Mossman/Morris/Toppley-Bird
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control
Vocals: Martina Toppley-Bird
Turntables/Special FX: David Holmes
Rhodes/Keyboards: Darren Morris
Bass/Guitar: Phil Mossman
Percussion: Glenn Layburn
Produced: David Holmes with Darren Morris/Phil Mossman/Hugo Nicolson
Mixed: David Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub.
Recorded at Drama Studio, Belfast
Engineered/Additional Programming: Jagz Kooner
Vocals recorded at Echoplex Studio, London

08. Slip Your Skin (Featuring Bobby Gillespie)
Writers: Holmes/Mossman/Morris/Gillespie/Lord Buckley
Published: Universal/Island Music/Copyright Control/EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Vocals: Bobby Gillespie
Backing Vocals: Martina Toppley-Bird
Turntables/Special FX: David Holmes
Guitar: Phil Mossman
EKO Synth/Farfisa Organ: Darren Morris
Percussion: David Holmes/Phil Mossman
Samples “The Bad Rapping Of The Marquis De Sade”
Produced: David Holmes with Hugo Nicolson, Darren Morris, Phil Mossman
Engineered: Jagz Kooner
Mixed: David Holmes/Hugo Nicolson at Olympic Studios, assisted by P. Dub.
Recorded at Drama Studio, Belfast and Echoplex Studio, London

09. Fluffer
[credits unknown]

Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes appear courtesy of Creation Records
Hugo Nicolson (for Big Life Management)
Phil Mossman/Darren Morris/Jagz Kooner (for White Noise Management)
Craig Silvey (Managed by Half Man Half Savage) “Trailer” sleeve notes by Lisa Barros D’Sa

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