Creation Records Vinyl LP - CRELP188 Cassette - C-CRE188 CD - CRECD188 Black Nite Crash Sunshine/Nowhere To Run Dead Man Walk On Water Deep Inside My Pocket Mary Anne Castle On The Hill Gonna Be Alright The Dawn Patrol Ride The Wind Burnin' Starlight Motel Recorded in London, 1995 Engineered by Richard 'Digby' Smith and Paul Motion Mixed by Mark Freegard for 140dB except 'Castle On The Hill' mixed by Andy Bell Designed at Negativespace Each format featured different sleeve colour: CD - turquoise (pictured), LP - orange, and cassette - green
Creation Records 12" single - CRE199T CD single - CRESCD199 Black Nite Crash Nothing Lasts Forever Slave A Trip Down Ronnie Lane Recorded in London, 1995 Engineered by Richard 'Digby' Smith and Paul Motion Mixed by Mark Freegard for 140dB Designed at Negativespace
Creation Records 2 X Vinyl LP - CRELP147 Cassette - C-CRE147 CD - CRECD147 Moonlight Medicine 1000 Miles From Time To Time Natural Grace Only Now Birdman Crown Of Creation How Does It Feel To Feel? Endless Road Magical Spring Rolling Thunder I Don't Know Where It Comes From The outro to 'from Time To Time' is an uncredited, unreleased track - 'Sleeper Creeper II'
Creation Records 12" single - CRE155T CD single - CRESCD155 Clear Vinyl 12" single - CRE155TC (1,900 only) - released 25/04/94 Birdman Rolling Thunder #2 Let's Get Lost Don't Let It Die Produced and mixed by John Leckie Photo - Tom Sheehan Design - Mark Bown Clear vinyl 12" was released a week after the main release, through 'Chain With No Name' shops only
Seagull Taste Dreams Burn Down Like A Daydream Drive Blind Furthest Sense Close My Eyes Chelsea Girl All I Can See Perfect Time Tomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles) Supported by This Replica & 4 Fit
Creation Records 12" single - CRE072T CD single - CRESCD072 Chelsea Girl Drive Blind All I Can See Close My Eyes made in england distributed by the cartel recorded at union studios, oxford by calvin and alan remixed at arkantide studios, london by james and bill roses by debbie This version of 'Drive Blind' first appeared on the band's third demo tape Before the band signed to Creation, the Ride EP was to have been released on One Big Guitar records. The run-out groove on side A of the 12" has the words 'We Love Heavenly Amy' etched into it - a tribute to Amelia Fletcher Some copies of the 12" have black 'RIDE' type, rather than white 'Making Of...' Uncut Magazine article here Test pressing details here