8 Eyed Spy: Live, Compact Cassette
8 Eyed Spy: Live, Compact Cassette
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8 Eyed Spy : Live

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
1980 live recordings by the band with Lydia Lunch, white cassette shell with black print
  • ROIR (Reachout International Records)
  • (A 101)
  • 13 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX+ / EX
  • used
  • still sealed, cut-out hole drilled in case

tracks

A1

Diddy Wah Diddy

Written By
A2

Love Split With Blood

A3

Sorry For Behaving So Badly

A4

Innocence

A5

Boy Meets Girl

A6

Swamp Song

A7

Run Through The Jungle

Written By
B1

Motor Oil Shanty

B2

Ran Away Dark

B3

Lazy In Love

B4

Looking For Someone

B5

Frantic

B6

Maintaining My Cool

Written By

Credits

Arranged By
  • George Scott
  • Jim Sclavunos
  • Michael Paumgardhen
  • Pat Irwin
Bass
  • George Scott
Concept By
  • Neil Cooper
Drums
  • Jim Sclavunos
Executive Producer
  • John Hanti
Guitar
  • Michael Paumgardhen
  • Pat Irwin
Saxophone
  • Pat Irwin
Liner Notes
  • Byron Coley
Lyrics By
Mastered By
  • Stanley Moskowitz
Mixed By
  • Paul Stevens
Photography By
  • Maureen O'Malley
Technician
  • Chris Stamey
Vocals
  • Lydia Lunch

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