The Jazz Butcher - Big Planet Scarey Planet - New LP - RSD20
Format: New & Sealed LP Label: Fire Records Cat. No: FIRELP472 Barcode: 0809236147219 Released: 26/09/2020
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1000 copies worldwide, black Vinyl. So, it’s the end of the ‘80s, you’re on Creation Records. You’ve got a justifiable reputation for clever lyrics, witticisms, one-liners, melancholy, irony, conceptualisation and such – plus a penchant to write pop songs.
The Jazz Butcher is in the process of slowly whittling down to one, but Pat Fish here continues to consistently makes music that stops people in their tracks providing poignant social commentary for a bedraggled nation. Big Planet, Scarey Planet (1989) “This was a real "band" album by a touring unit which had become really quite ferocious.” Pat Fish. The sound is bigger, symphonic – all swirling guitars behind the vitriol and conjecture; a post-Smithsian screenplay for Coronation Street. Sounds reckoned it was a “Vicious mismatch of outrage, black humour and sentiment.” And Mick Mercer in the Melody Maker said: “Good old Butch – bringing you tomorrow’s shit today.” He liked that. Perfect. Remastered & Reissued for the First Time on Vinyl for Record Store Day. Side A A1 New Invention A2 Line Of Death A3 Hysteria A4 The Word I Was Looking For A5 Bicycle Kid Side B B1 Burglar Of Love B2 Nightmare Being B3 Do The Bubonic Plague B4 Bad Dream Lover B5 The Good Ones