Bush Tetras "Page 18" Single PR (1996)
Details: Promo copy (hole punch in top left of sleeve) of Bush Tetras single for "Page 18" b/w "Find A Lie" is in VG only, scuff/scratch on side A. Plays through, small skip toward end of track. Sleeve has slight bending (corners) and wear--see images. Page 18 was released prior to their 1997 album "Beauty Lies."
Description: "The Bush Tetras formed in 1979, and soon solidified with a lineup of Cynthia Sley (vocals), Pat Place (guitar), Laura Kennedy (bass) and Dee Pop (drums); vocalist Adele Bertei and guitarist Jimmy Joe Uliana were brief early members. Place had previously been the original guitarist and a founding member of the no wave band the Contortions, though the Tetras sound was less frantic and disjointed, and she had also appeared in some of Vivienne Dick's movies.
The band's debut 7" EP, "Too Many Creeps", was released in 1980 on 99 Records. It reached No. 57 on the Billboard club play chart. The follow-up, "Things That Go Boom in the Night", was issued in 1981 by Fetish Records, hitting No. 43 on the UK Indie Chart. The Rituals 12" EP, produced by Topper Headon of the Clash and including the popular "Can't Be Funky", was released in 1981 by Fetish in the UK and by Stiff Records in the U.S. It reached No. 32 on the Billboard club chart."
Grade: VG (Sleeve/Record)
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. Page 18
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. Find A Lie