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The only track that does not appear anywhere but on Beeswax is the extended version of “Hang On To The Night” which is only 6 seconds longer than the version on the White Music album. Haydn Bendall and Nick Davis produced Apple Venus Volume 1.

Here's a breakdown of where to find the tracks from these albums (if you are unable to find the CD re-issues): Waxworks: Some Singles 1977-1982 Where to find it: Science Friction White Music Are You Receiving Me? Nick Davis co-produced Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) with XTC. For a longer answer, see the Chalkhills Cover Versions page.

Send corrections, additions and the like to John Relph . It's in the freezer and I dunno if it'll ever come out again. Chalkhills was the XTC Fans mail list for the discussion of the music and recordings of XTC (the band). Chalkhills was distributed in a digest format and was moderated and administered by John Relph. Are charts, chords and/or tablature for XTC songs available? (“Ape” stands for “Andy Partridge Experiments” or “Andy Partridge Editions” or somesuch.) The Chalkhills Archives are available through the World Wide Web at “

Thanks are due to these additional contributors: Ben Abbate, Steve Banister, Klaus Bergmaier, Stephen Bruun, John M. Colin [Moulding] phoned me recently and said he wasn't interested in music any more, and it wouldn't be XTC without him. .” Virgin Records and XTC were scheduled to release a DVD of promotional videos, one or more collections of XTC songs providing an overview of their oeuvre, and the entire Virgin back catalog on CD. The Chalkhills digests were sent out irregularly, as posting volume warranted. The archives contain back issues of the Chalkhills digests, XTC lyrics, chord charts, pictures, a discography, and many other resources.

Go 2 * Life Begins at the Hop Drums and Wires (US, Japan) Senses Working Overtime (edit) Fossil Fuel Ball and Chain English Settlement Beeswax: Some B-Sides 1977-1982 She's So Square White Music Dance Band White Music Heatwave White Music Instant Tunes White Music Pulsing Pulsing Rag & Bone Buffet Don't Lose Your Temper Black Sea Smokeless Zone Black Sea The Somnambulist Black Sea * Blame the Weather Rag & Bone Buffet * Tissue Tigers (The Arguers) Rag & Bone Buffet Punch and Judy Rag & Bone Buffet * Heaven is Paved With Broken Glass (remix) Rag & Bone Buffet * Notes: “Life Begins At The Hop” appears on most, but not all, Drums and Wires CDs; early CDs from Virgin UK do not feature this track. John Leckie produced White Music, Go 2, 25 O'Clock and Psonic Psunspot. David Lord produced The Big Express and co-produced The Three Wise Men: Thanks for Christmas (with XTC, as “The Good Lord”). XTC has had various producers and co-producers for their singles and other non-album tracks, including R. If you don't want to dive right in, perhaps you might start with Skylarking, then give Apple Venus Volume One a try, followed by English Settlement and Black Sea. “Musician and producer Todd Rundgren squeezed the XTC clay into its most complete / connected / cyclical record ever. Aside from the over 300 known released cover versions, there are also the following: The The Loser's Lounge Tribute to XTC, recorded live at The Fez, NYC, on 14 June 2003, includes 20 XTC songs performed that night (CD 20 Loser's Lounge USA ? “King For a Day”, “The Mayor of Simpleton” and “Thanks for Christmas” have been heard on Muzak. Robert Wegmann, pop musician from Tampa, Florida, has covered songs by XTC (including “Towers of London”) in his live act.

It also appears on the USA-only compilation Upsy Daisy Assortment. Steve Lillywhite produced Drums and Wires and Black Sea. J “Mutt” Lange, David Yazbek, Martin Rushent, Alan Winstanley, and Phil Wainman. Not an easy album to make for various ego reasons but time has humbled me into admitting that Todd conjured up some of the most magical production and arranging conceivable. (He also contributed a cover of “Dame Fortune” to the King For A Day tribute compilation.) The Austrian band Der eiserne Vorhang (The Iron Curtain), with Ronald Fleischmann on vocals, performed a song called “Franzi” (Frankie), credited to “Moulding/Fleischmann”, released on their own Panza Records circa 1980 or 1981.

“Dear God” started getting some airplay in the US, so Geffen withdrew initial copies of the Skylarking LP and re-released the LP, removing “Mermaid Smiled” and adding “Dear God” in between “The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul” and “Dying”. The XTC mail list and web site are called “Chalkhills” because the name captures the essence of middle and late XTC albums.

The original UK Skylarking CD preserves the original running order with “Mermaid Smiled” and sans “Dear God”; the US CD has “Dear God” but no “Mermaid Smiled”. The “Chalkhills and Children” reference is obvious, from the Oranges & Lemons album, but the name also refers to the ‘chalk horse’, the White Horse of Uffington, in the Vale of the White Horse in Oxfordshire near the borders of Wiltshire and Berkshire.

However, almost all of the tracks from Beeswax are available on other XTC CDs.

“Blame the Weather” is also available on the Virgin UK CD-3 of Senses Working Overtime and on the Virgin France compilation CD The Tiny Circus of Life. Apparently Andy and Mrs Partridge referred to their baby as “The Pink Thing” and the song grew out of that nickname. They have also self- or co-produced many of their B-sides. The story told in the song is almost the same as in “Making Plans for Nigel”; Franzi's parents want him to be good at school and steal away his childhood. The song is now available on CD, on the sampler Flieger - Flug 2 (CD 1994 Reverso Austria 660805). Phish used to occasionally cover "Melt the Guns" live in some of their very early shows. There are three different CDs and four different sleeves (with slight variations) for this CD.

“Tissue Tigers (The Arguers)” is also available on the Virgin UK CD-3 of Senses Working Overtime. The Japanese group Shonen Knife apparently were inspired by “Making Plans for Nigel” when they wrote their song “Bear Up Bison” (also known as “Making Plans for Bison”), originally released on their album Pretty Little Baka Guy (CD 1986.10 JP Subversive/Zero Subv 775). (In Japan, the song “Making Plans for Nigel” was also known as or “Bear Up, Nigel”.) Atsuko Yamano says, “I like stuffed animals. and listen to XTC.” (Big Dipper cover the Shonen song on the tribute album Every Band Has a Shonen Knife Who Loves Them.) George Krueger writes: . No official recording exist of them playing this (as far as I know), but since the band let people tape and trade their shows, recordings of it can be found (I have a version of them playing it from April 29, 1987). The first CD was the original Virgin UK release, which listed only the songs from the original LP on the sleeve, but in fact also contained the songs from the original bonus single, “Limelight” and “Chain of Command”, and does not contain “Life Begins at the Hop”.

The sound quality on Fossil Fuel is much improved over the other two CDs.

Also, Fossil Fuel features the original single mix of “Wait Till Your Boat Goes Down” which was not previously available on CD.

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