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Re: RE: Bloody Nonsense

From: Glen A. Davis <gdavis_at_nsi.edu>
Date: Thu 11 Nov 1999 - 11:35:37 PST


Bloody Nonsense was indeed released on cd. I have a list of the entire jbc catalog with cat. #s etc. at home. I'm at work right now so don't have access to it but I know it was listed. It was released as an lp, a cassette (w/ bonus trax) and a cd. There are even places where you can get a cdr copy of the cd, but we don't discuss such places :-) Glen

  • Original Message ----- From: Arik Florimonte <frendli@scruznet.com> To: <jbc-list@adjective.com> Sent: Thursday, November 11, 1999 10:51 AM Subject: Re: RE: Bloody Nonsense

> At 01:29 PM 11/11/1999 EST, ADSR@aol.com wrote:
> >yes, it does exist on CD, I remember seeing a long time ago... and then
> >shortly after BigTime went under. I think it had 1 or 2 bonus tracks?
> anyone
> >know what they are?
> >After Big Time's demise, I swear I found every other BigTime CD in
> >cut-outs... except JB.
>
> I'm still not convinced. If you go to allmusic.com it shows a cassette
> release and an LP release, but no CD release. I also recall reading in
> places that it was never released on CD.
>
> In regards to the bonus tracks... the Cassette had them. and according to
> David's site they are Real Men and JB v. CD.
>
> I guess if we want to know, we either contact Fire records or Pat himself.
> Ebay will only remove items at the request of the rights holder, and given
> their apparent lack of interest in JBC releases, I doubt Fire will be
doing
> that.
>
> But to those who have bid... you might try retracting your bids on the
> grounds that you believe the CD to be fake and that the seller isn't
> answering questions. Dunno if it would work, but perhaps worth a try.
>
> -Arik
>
>
>
Received on Thu Nov 11 11:37:10 1999

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