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Dawn Of The Replicants - One Head, Two Arms, Two Legs Album

Dawn Of The Replicants - One Head, Two Arms, Two Legs Album

Performer: Dawn Of The Replicants
Title: One Head, Two Arms, Two Legs
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: 0630-19600-2
Label: EastWest
Released: 1997
Style: Indie Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 759

Tracklist

1Hogwash Farm
Bass – Donald KyleGuitar – Mike SmallGuitar, Keyboards – Roger SimianGuitar, Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – Grant PringleLyrics By – VickersMusic By – PringleVocals – Paul Vickers
3:24
2Lisa Box
Bass – Donald KyleDrums – Grant PringleGuitar – Mike SmallGuitar, Keyboards – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
3:30
3Let Them Eat Coal
Groovebox [MC303] – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
1:01
4Windy Miller
Bass – Donald KyleDrums, Vocals – Grant PringleGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – Vickers, SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
2:53
5Cocaine On The Catwalk
Bass, Guitar [Snatch] – Donald KyleDrums – Grant PringleGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Roger SimianLyrics By – SimianMusic By – VickersVocals, Noises [Phasers and Speedway] – Paul Vickers
2:51
6So Sleepy
Bass – Donald KyleDrums – Grant PringleGuitar – Mike SmallGuitar, Vocals – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
2:48
7Radars
Bass – Donald KyleDrums, Vocals – Grant PringleGuitar – Mike SmallGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
2:52
8Mary Louise
Drums, Vocals, Other [Pool Cue] – Grant PringleGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Mike SmallLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SmallPiano, Harmonium – Roger SimianVocals, Other [Cigarettes] – Paul Vickers
3:27
9Candlefire
Bass – Donald KyleDrums – Grant PringleGuitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Mike Small, Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – Small, Vickers, SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
4:08
10Float On A Raft
Bass – Donald KyleGuitar, Melodica, Vocals – Roger SimianGuitar, Vocals, Other [Numerics and Vocals] – Mike SmallKeyboards, Guitar [Stick], Loops [Drum Loop] – Grant PringleLyrics By – VickersMusic By – SimianVocals – Paul Vickers
3:07
11Fatal Firework
Bass – Donald KyleDrone [Stick Squealer] – Roger SimianDrums, Piano – Grant PringleGuitar, Vocals – Mike SmallLyrics By – VickersMusic By – Small, VickersVocals – Paul Vickers
3:16
12Sgt Growley
Bass, Other [Ha-Ha] – Donald KyleGuitar, Keyboards – Grant PringleGuitar, Keyboards, Other [Go-Ah-Ee] – Roger SimianLyrics By – VickersMusic By – KyleVocals, Other [Ha-Ha] – Paul Vickers
3:03
13Ten Sea Birds
Drone [Hollow Bone Nose Drone] – Mike SmallGuitar, Harmonium, Keyboards, Drums, Vocals – Grant PringleLyrics By – VickersMusic By – PringleVocals – Paul Vickers
3:11
14Return Of The Board Game
Drums – Grant PringleGuitar – Mike SmallWritten-By – Small
0:37
15Sleepy Spiders
Vocals, Piano, Keyboards – Paul VickersWritten-By – Vickers
1:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
0630-19600-1Dawn Of The Replicants One Head, Two Arms, Two Legs ‎(LP, Album)EastWest0630-19600-1Germany1997
0630-19600-4Dawn Of The Replicants One Head, Two Arms, Two Legs ‎(Cass, Album)EastWest0630-19600-4Germany1997

Credits

  • A&RGeorge Tyekiff
  • Artwork, DesignPaul Chessell
  • EngineerDavid Little (tracks: 10, 11), Stuart Hamilton (tracks: 1 to 9, 12 to 15)
  • Mastered ByJohn Davis
  • Photography ByPaul Vickers
  • ProducerDawn Of The Replicants

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Millenium Studios, Haddington, Scotland, except tracks 10 & 11 recorded and mixed at Sound Station Studios, Galashiels, Scotland.

Made in Germany (on CD label and back cover)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 0630-19600-2 8
  • Rights Society: Gema/Biem
  • Label Code: LC1557
  • Price Code: EW851
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 2): ['W' Warner logo] 063019600-2 WMME 06/97
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): IFPI L011
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 05A0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0501

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Music UK Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Millennium Recording Studios, Haddington
  • Recorded At – Sound Station Studios, Galashiels, Scotland
  • Mixed At – Millennium Recording Studios, Haddington
  • Mixed At – Sound Station Studios, Galashiels, Scotland
  • Mastered At – Whitfield Street Studios
  • Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
  • Pressed By – WMME Alsdorf

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Reviews (3)
Brick my own
Minefields ForeverOne Head, Two Arms, Two Legs bangs in your head like a psychedelic bomb. They're no less psychedelic and innovative than Beta Band but they're more advanced and esoteric so they're understood by the specially initiated alone, they're like a part of musical mystery. Every song has a quality of verbal and visual hallucination: new song - new kind of paranoia. Psychedelic dementia of quality, schizoid overkill, a must for everybody who wants to leave boring reality and take a fantastic ride through the world of surreal musical visions.

Usaxma
I saw Dawn of the Replicants supporting the (not so) mighty GayDad! back in 1997. I was absolutley blown away by their show mainly because i was stood in front of the lead singer by about 2 feet (it was in the roadhouse manchester (capacity about 300)) and the sound was a mixture of air raid sirens and screaming guitar. I embarked on a spree of buying naything they ever released and think i own mostly everything (my favourites being skull crusher and where only small birds do) i didnt hold out much hope for the album as the Ep's were all over the place (in a good way) but when i got it i was absolutley astounded. I know it wasnt to most peoples taste's at the time but i loved it. i didnt listen to it for a good 6 years until recently. Float on a raft is amazing, as is hogwash farm. Candlefire is about the weekest as its the most commercial but every song is saved from ruin by the singers Tom Waites-esque vocals. It is still as good as it was then and in some ways better.

Budar
I love this album too for similar reasons; it's one of those great works where you can't really pick one song out as better than any other. The whole thing has to be heard for it all to make sense. (OK, 'Mary Louise' with its Beach Boys leaning might stand alone quite well.)

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