V/A feat. Honeymoon Killers – Dead End Destiny (CASSETTE, UK)

Early 1993 Beachwood Music
Side One:
01. Atomic 61 – RIP
02. Mudwimmin – Wild Bill
03. Mule – Tennessee Hustler
04. Love Cup – Tearing Water
05. Action Swingers – Burn My Trip

Side Two:
01. Tulips – Choco Pig
02. Mantis – Who Wants To Be A Camel
03. The Meathooks – Hell Generator Dub
04. Honeymoon Killers – Kansas City Milkman
05. Cell – Never Too High

V/A feat. Honeymoon Killers - Dead End Destiny (CASSETTE, UK)
NOTES:
Cassette issue of Dead End Destiny, also issued on CD and vinyl.

Compilation of “American imports from the 7″ singles bins of the Rough Trade shop”.

Honeymoon Killers – Kansas City Milkman features Russell Simins and Jon Spencer. This track also appeared on the Hung Far Low album along with the Vital Juices and Howl! 10 compilations and was also released as a 7″ single on Black, Red and Yellow vinyl.

SONG CREDITS:
1.1. Atomic 61 – RIP
(p) 1991 Sympathy For The Record Industry

1.2. Mudwimmin – Wild Bill
(p) 1991 Sympathy For The Record Industry

1.3. Mule – Tennessee Hustler
(p) 1992 Nocturnal Music Ltd.

1.4. Love Cup – Tearing Water
(p) 1992 Twelve Inch Records

1.5. Action Swingers – Burn My Trip
(p) 1989 Noiseville Records

2.1. Tulips – Choco Pig
(p) 1992 Sonic Bubblegum

2.2. Mantis – Who Wants To Be A Camel
(p) 1991 Drag City

2.3. The Meathooks – Hell Generator Dub
(p) 1990 Glasnost Music Publishing

2.4. Honeymoon Killers – Kansas City Milkman
Bass/Vocals: Lisa
Drums/Vocals: Russell
Guitar/Vocals: Jerry
Guitar/Trombone: Jon
(p) 1991 Insipid Records

2.5. Cell – Never Too High
(p) 1991 Estatic Peace

SLEEVE NOTES / INFORMATION:
“Rough Trade shops

When the American pioneers set out to find their ‘manifest destiny to over spend the continent’ they were travelling towards a hopeful vision of a billion dollar country. Now the eagles of the west soaring over the land of their great great grandchildren seem to have all turned to buzzards hovering above the corrupt bodies of corporate dinosaurs. But not all these young Americans are prepared to take the decline of the American Dream lying down.

They voice their frustration and defiance in an angry noise across the states, joining hands and starting small labels to sell their records directly to their audience. Nirvana of course you know, on the Sub Pop label from Seattle, Helmet on Amphetamine Reptile and Pavement on Drag City.

Those who don’t know predict the death of vinyl and the seven-inch single. Here is proof that they are wrong. The Rough Trade Shop has been selling independent singles for fifteen years and are proud to present some of the latest of these fine little records compiled here for your convenience.

Special thanks to Todd Morey at Atomic 61 World Industries, Alex at Big Dog Records, Chris Varady at Nocturnal, Rose at 12 Inch Records, Ned Hayden, Mike Hibarger at Sonic Bubblegum, Rose at Sympathy For The Record Industry, Dan K at Drag City, Phil at Cargo, Jimmy Johnson at Forced Exposure, Paul Dordal at Disastro Mix, Lyle Hysen at Keep Your Day Job Management, Ada at Cargo, Simon Rock at Greyhound, John at Caroline, Savage Pencil and a special thanks to Judith, everyone at Rough Trade Shop and John Peel for playing all these wonderful records.”

Design by Savage Pencil
Conceived by Tim Millington
Compiled by the Rough Trade Shop
(p) & © 1993 Beechwood Music
Beechwood Music Ltd. Shepperton Internation Studios, Studios Road, Shepperton, Middx. TW17 0QD. Made in Endland.
Distributed by RTM/Pinnacle.

COVER: American imports from the 7″ singles bins of the Rough Trade Shops [also lists artists].

DETAILS:
ARTWORK:
Design: Savage Pencil

BARCODE: [unknown]

MATRIX/RUN-OUT GROOVE ENGRAVING: [unknown]

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