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Unrest

An Imperial Full Frequency Range Recording

SIDE ONE:

Volume Reference Tone
Suki
Imperial
I Do Believe You Are Blushing
Champion Nines
Sugarshack


SIDE TWO:

Isabel
Cherry Cream On
Firecracker
June
Loyola
Electrico


CD DELUXE EXTRAS:

Electrico
Hydrofoil One
Full Frequency
Isabel (7" version)
Cherry Cherry
Wednesday and Proud
Empire
Rip-Off
Chdemo


Compact Disc (CD) ($13,33)

2012 Deluxe Edition with 12-page booklet, jewel case with white tray.

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UNREST album
UNREST Lisa Carol Freemont LCF album
UNREST 7-inch 45 vinyl single
UNREST Tink of SE album
UNREST Catchpellet EP 7-inch 45 vinyl single
UNREST Mark E poster
UNREST Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl 7 inch vinyl 45
UNREST Cherry Cherry 7 inch vinyl
UNREST Isabel Bishop 7 12 inch vinyl 45
UNREST Bavarian Mods 7 inch vinyl 45
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. original vinyl LP album
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
original vinyl L.P.
1992
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. original CD album
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
CD cover
original cover
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. vinyl LP album
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
vinyl L.P.
re-issue
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. CD deluxe edition album
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
CD cover
deluxe edition
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Europe edition album
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
Europe edition
1992
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Europe promotional 12-inch vinyl 45
UNREST
promotional 12" E.P. for the Europe edition
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. vinyl LP label album second edition
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
original vinyl L.P.
second pressing?
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Phil Krauth recording Fun City New York
PHIL KRAUTH
at Fun City during the session
photo by Mark Robinson
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Bridget Cross recording Fun City New York
BRIDGET CROSS
at Fun City during the session
photo by Mark Robinson
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Wharton Tiers recording Fun City New York
WHARTON TIERS
at Fun City during the session
photo by Mark Robinson
UNREST Imperial f.f.r.r. Deluxe Edition CD label 2012
UNREST
Imperial f.f.r.r.
Deluxe edition CD label
2012

LINER NOTES


PLAYERS

Bridget Cross, bass guitar, vocals

Phil Krauth, drums, vocals, guitar, bells

Mark Robinson, vocals, guitars, 12-string guitar, bells,
    sampler, wine glasses


PRODUCED BY

Mark Robinson,

Phil Krauth,

and Wharton Tiers


RECORDED BY

Wharton Tiers,

at Fun City, 340 E. 22nd Street,
New York, New York, USA

July 15, 20, 21, 27, 1991


RECORDING MANAGER

Terry Tolkin


MASTERED BY (2005 RE-ISSUE)

D. Trevor Kampmann


MUSIC COMPOSITION

Unrest,
© 1991


COVER STAR

Sears Silvertone guitar amplifier


PAINTINGS

Isabel Bishop


ART CURATOR

Naomi Wolff


COMPOSITOR (ORIGINAL EDITION)

Torry Colichio


COVER DESIGN AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Mark Robinson, Teen-Beat Graphica


TYPEFACES

BAND NAME: Antique Olive Nord,
designed by Roger Excoffon (1962-66)


TITLE: Ambassador light,
designed by Alan Meeks (1980?)


COVER DESIGN (EUROPE EDITION)

The Senate,
London, England


CHERRY CREAM ON VIDEO


STARRING

Bridget Cross,

Phil Krauth,

Mark Robinson,

and ?


DIRECTED BY

James Brummel,

New York, New York, USA




I DO BELIEVE YOU ARE BLUSHING VIDEO


STARRING

Bridget Cross,

Phil Krauth,

Mark Robinson,

with

Erin Smith


DIRECTED BY

Mike Rosenberg,

on the roof of Otis Ball, Marie Arnold & Marie Javins' (The Maries) apartment and at a nearby park
in Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.A.

and at
Maxwell's
in Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A.


ET CETERA

Full album title (from spine): "An Imperial Full-Frequency Range Recording."

"Cherry Cream On" is a re-mix of the title track from the single "Cherry Cherry", which was released in England in the Spring 1991 on Hemiola/Teen-Beat.

The last track on side two, "Electrico", did not appear on the original compact disc and cassette. It was only on the vinyl edition of the album.

The song lyrics for a portion of the songs are printed inside the booklet. Lyrics for "Hydrofoil" are included, though the track does not appear on the album. The song was recorded during the same session. The lyrics for "Wednesday & Proud", the b-side to the "Cherry Cherry" single, are also included.

Longitudinal and latitudinal coordinates for the participating parties are provided in the credits.

The beats-per-minute are listed for each track on the package.

The Europe edition of the album was the first release on the then new 4AD imprint Guernica.

The band had hoped for a fall 1991 release, but No.6 Records and distributor Caroline held the release up until 1992. The band toured in January of 1992 with Eggs to support the album.

A few design and manufacturing flaws plagued the initial compact disc editions. Teen-Beat Graphica had designed the package to include a 12-page booklet. No.6 Records redesigned the booklet, shortening it to eight pages without consulting Teen-Beat or the band. The tray of the jewel case was intended to be opaque white, but ended up being standard black. The barcode was intended to be in a aesthetically placed box on the back cover. This space was left blank and the barcode was slapped on the upper-right-hand corner. Lastly, the image of the Sears Silvertone guitar amplifier was to be a blue and black duotone, but ended up being a black photo with a cyan block on top of it. The Deluxe Edition CD corrects all of these problems. Tracks 1, 5, 6, and 9 were created soley by Mark Robinson mostly on July 15, 1991. Track 12 was created soley by Phil Krauth. Tracks 2, 3, 6, and 8 were created by Mark Robinson and Phil Krauth. Tracks 4, 10, and 11 were created by Bridget Cross, Phil Krauth, and Mark Robinson on July 20, 1991.

"Isabel" was written by Mark in the studio during a break in the studio. The working title was "Bookshelves". It was the first song recorded for the album.

The working title on the track sheet for "Firecracker" was "Precision".

The working title for "Champion Nines" was "Meditation".

Bridget and Mark attended the Morrissey / Phranc / Melissa Ferrick concert at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York on July 13th, 1991, two days before recording began on the album.


COMPLETE SESSION TRACKLIST
IN ORDER RECORDED


July 15, 1991

Isabel
Imperial
Firecracker
Champion Nines
Winona Ryder (verse)


July 20, 1991

I Do Believe You Are Blushing
Hydrofoil
Bavarian Mods
Winona Ryder (chorus)
June
Loyola


July 21, 1991

Hydrofoil No.1
Hydrofoil No.2
Hydrofoil No.3
Hydrofoil No.4


July 27, 1991

Suki
Sugarshack
Interlude


Dates unknown

Electrico
Volume Reference Tone


Remixed from September 23, 1990 session

Cherry Cream On
(original was titled "Cherry Cherry")


BEATS-PER-MINUTE

Volume Reference Tone, 0
Suki, 160
Imperial, 108
I Do Believe You Are Blushing, 136
Champion Nines, 104
Sugarshack, 256
Isabel, 104
Cherry Cream On, 152
Firecracker, 120
June, 168
Loyola, 128
Electrico, 152


ORIGINAL VINYL L.P. TRACKLIST


Side One
1. Volume Reference Tone
2. Suki
3. Imperial
4. I Do Believe You Are Blushing
5. Champion Nines
6. Sugarshack

Side Two
7. Isabel
8. Cherry Cream On
9. Firecracker
10. June
11. Loyola
12. Electrico


ORIGINAL C.D. TRACKLIST

1. Volume Reference Tone
2. Suki
3. Imperial
4. I Do Believe You Are Blushing
5. Champion Nines
6. Sugarshack
7. Isabel
8. Cherry Cream On
9. Firecracker
10. June
11. Loyola


DELUXE EDITION C.D. TRACKLIST

1. Volume Reference Tone
2. Suki
3. Imperial
4. I Do Believe You Are Blushing
5. Champion Nines
6. Sugarshack
7. Isabel
8. Cherry Cream On
9. Firecracker
10. June
11. Loyola
12. Electrico
13. Hydrofoil No.1
14. Full Frequency
15. Isabel (7" version)
16. Cherry Cherry
17. Wednesday & Proud
18. Empire ("Imperial" demonstration)
19. Rip-off ("Imperial" demonstration)
20. Chdemo ("Cherry Cherry" demonstration)


EUROPE EDITION VINYL L.P. TRACKLIST


Side One
1. Volume Reference Tone
2. Suki
3. Imperial
4. I Do Believe You Are Blushing
5. Champion Nines
6. Sugarshack

Side Two
7. Isabel
8. Cherry Cream On
9. Firecracker
10. June
11. Loyola

Additional vinyl 7" 45 (inside L.P.)

Side One
12. Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl

Side Two
13. Hydrofoil No.3
14. Range Recording


EUROPE EDITION C.D. TRACKLIST

1. Volume Reference Tone
2. Suki
3. Imperial
4. I Do Believe You Are Blushing
5. Champion Nines
6. Sugarshack
7. Isabel
8. Cherry Cream On
9. Firecracker
10. June
11. Loyola
12. Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl
13. Hydrofoil No.1
14. Full Frequency
15. Wednesday & Proud


SPLIT GUERNICA PROMOTIONAL
VINYL 12" E.P. TRACKLIST


Side A [UNREST]
1. Suki
2. Cherry Cream On
3. June
4. Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl

Side B [UNDERGROUND LOVERS]
5. I Was Right
6. Promenade
7. Get Off On It
8. Daze
[catalogue number GUP One]


COMPLETE LIST OF INSTRUMENTS

electric guitar,
acoustic drums,
large wine glass,
chimes, siren,
voice,
electric bass guitar,
bookshelves,
bass flute,
copper bell,
tintinnabulation,
twelve string acoustic guitar,
sleigh bells,
water,
bell,
six string acoustic guitar,
brushes,
cabasa.


BRANDS NAMES USED DURING THE RECORDING

sears silvertone, (electric guitar amplifier)
stella,
thermos,
    (Empire Strikes Back lunchbox used to carry guitar
    cables)
fender, (bass guitar)
essabagel,
    (Essabagel bagelry, 359 First Avenue,
    New York, New York, U.S.A.)
epiphone, (electric guitar)
emax, (E-mu Emax audio sampler)
tortex, (Jim Dunlop Tortex guitar plectrums)
yamaha,
hotchacha, (tomato salsa)
rogers, (acoustic drums)
piers,
    (Pier Platters record shop, 56 Newark Street,
    Hoboken, New Jersey, U.S.A.)
sabin, (drum cymbal)
snapple, (beverage)
vip,
    (V.I.P. diner, restaurant, 175 Sip Avenue,
    Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.A.)
paiste, (drum cymbal)
oe800, (Old English 800 malt liquor, beer beverage)
a face, (the film "A Face in the Crowd",
boss,
stern.


REVIEWS

"One of the cooler things about the Great Halcyon Days of College Radio (say, 1987-93) was the number of different camps populating the underground. You had your hardcore kids, punks, and skate rats big on yelling and beer, skeptical of synths and Englishmen. You had your goths and art school kids, big on keyboards and eyeliner. And you had your tweedy collegiate types, the ones with their hands on the radio transmitters, and who made (sm)arty-pants indie-rock their reigning sound. It was that audience that took Unrest up as a flagship, making them loom as large as Pavement, Hal Hartley, and David Foster Wallace in the mid-90s college-sophomore canon. Super-minimalist pop, cloudy atmosphere, trans-Atlantic cool, and obscure obsessions like Cath Carroll and Isabel Bishop: Nothing seemed to fit quite as well with design courses and corduroy.

Design types, after all, have that thing about minimalism, and this band's stark, elegant sound could strip things down to a strikingly small number of moving parts -- some kind of warm, detailed dream of the indie-rock group as postmodern 50s pop combo. This reissue of 1992's Imperial f.f.r.r. demonstrates where Unrest, formerly a scattershot pseudo-punk outfit, became that version of itself-- an art-pop guitar band drawing incredibly simple lines. If the story of this group is that of frontman Mark Robinson gradually admitting he might rather be an English kid from the early 80s, well, their EP of Factory Records covers may be the coming-out party, but this is where it counts.

The first attraction is the sound of their big ecstatic pop songs, which feel as crisp and joyous as ever: "Suki" rushes along on clean guitar jangle and Robinson's coy babble (no one's ever sounded so good just repeating the word "kicking"), and "Cherry Cream On", an even coyer come-on, is still the record's standout blast. Come to this reissue looking for that pop rush, though, and you'll barely get an EP's worth of what you want-- even counting the eight bonus tracks. Because no matter how easy it is to remember Unrest as a racing pop act ("Cath Carroll", "Make Out Club"), the fact is that they were starker and artier than that, and the scattershot experiments of their early releases can still be heard fading into this one. The first track is just the test tone used for mastering, and around its edges you get just as many art pieces: Here a collage of beats, bells, and bass; there a pattern of feedback bouncing between speakers

But those are the poles: The actual core of this album is stark, warm, and elegantly simple, and it's in that space that Unrest wound up doing their most interesting work. The title track, for instance, is just a slow, chiming guitar run and one of Robinson's awkward choir-boy vocals; a 14-minute variant among the bonus tracks strips it down even further. The album version of "Isabel" is similar, just acoustic guitar and a careful chorus harmony; it was the 12" version, included here, that fleshed it out into a college radio hit, sounding something like indie-pop trip-hop. "June", one of the band's best-ever tracks, glides smoothly along on just bass, drums, and bassist Bridget Cross's vocals, then fleshes it out into a harmonized wash that's a blueprint for the post-Unrest Air Miami project

There are plenty of skips around that sound-- they're something like Crispy Ambulance fans on "Loyola", something like Krautrock devotees on the bonus "Hydrofoil One". But on a track like "I Do Believe You Are Blushing", it sounds absolutely pure: They seem to have whittled down American indie-rock into some variant that feels as lush and dreamy as English post-rock, and you start to see how a guitar-based three-piece from DC could share fans with acts like Stereolab, share UK label-space with the Cocteau Twins, and cover both new wave obscurities like the Family Fodder and indie pop prototypes like Miaow

The trick is to see Unrest for what they were: A pop band that didn't often play pop songs. There's always that rushing, radio-friendly jangle, yes. But the bulk of their work-- both here and on the even more accessible Perfect Teeth -- was a lot more stylized than that, and the oddly dreamy pop sound they sketched out tends to be unique enough to inspire devotion. Imperial's littered with tracks you'll wind up skipping; even with those eight bonuses (more prototypes and variants than anything else), I can only whittle it down to a nine-song Perfect Album. But when it's worth it, it kills: This stuff is pure style, and unlike just about anything around it."
- Nitsuh Abebe, Pitchfork, March 22, 2005




"This, perhaps more than any other album, made a generation realize just how sexy geeks could be, especially when winsome. No more hiding behind a facade of hauteur, that's for poseurs. The new cool was vulnerable and endearing, and obsessively analytic enough to realize its own absurdity. Knowing, but not descending to irony, even if this release tips it closer, with nearly 27 minutes of "Imperial" spread over four versions. It's not winking at the listener, though. As the title track of the first album by the trio's essential lineup, the song bears up under scrutiny. It perfectly captures both their lo-tech experimentalism and their pop songcraft.

Thankfully, the original album art is retained, with a few modifications. The first deluxe (UK) edition bypassed the analog amplifier for a slicker graphic layout that emphasized Unrest's artier side over their simplicity. It also added three of the nine bonus tracks that appear this time around. What it lacked, though, was clarity of sound. It would have been hard to imagine that early in the CD-era that a band known to most through only one 7" single would leave a master crisp enough to result in this issue.

The original album's material sounds fantastic. The impatient, barely contained doggie-panting rhythms of "Suki" and "Cherry Cream On" snap crisply—each cymbal tick is now distinct. Guitars on the more delicate songs such as "Imperial" and "Isabel" sound much more lambent. The slow-funk bass of "Champion Nines" and speedy surf bass of "Sugarshack" are thick and chunky. Vocals are rich and affecting, particularly on "I Do Believe You Are Blushing." It's got the sexual drive of the more spastic tracks combined with an assurance that seems to be self-fulfilling, as it winds into a gentle guitar coda that could be either gently awed mutual undressing or post-coital drift. And those drones and tinkles sprinkled all over the album become almost unbearably entrancing.

The "addendum" is spottier, but still revealing. After two brief studies for songs which appear later in the band's career, we hear "Full Frequency," a 13 minute version of "Imperial." It begins with a lengthy dub-a-pella, with pianissimo instrumental lines appearing in the pauses between verses, followed by seven minutes of interlaced guitar leads, which then fade to a faint echo accompanied by a set of wineglasses. It's a potentially appalling idea, but is utterly, eerily gorgeous if listened to with attention.

The second iteration of "Isabel," sometimes referred to as the "dance" version is one of Unrest's career highlights. The fragile, wobbly vocal is replaced with a more forceful performance, bolstered by a multi-tracked production which adds richness without even trying to make Mark's voice flawless. The wispy guitar line is taken by the bass; Bridget adds many slurred notes into each run, transforming it from rickety to propulsive. Phil's percussion part is almost baggy Mancunian. It's all anchored by a rich piano line and given flight by trebly guitar filigrees. Its B-side, the luminous, lugubrious "Wednesday and Proud" is preceded by "Cherry Cherry," a slightly less echoey mix for radio.

The final three tracks are demos, two for "Imperial," and one for "Cherry Cream On." They sound like solo affairs, but provide a great focus on the guitar elements that got stripped a bit to make the final product. Whether you're an Unrest fanatic or new to the band, revisiting for the first time in ages or barely acquainted, this is currently the essential disc. Sonic quality trumps all here; one may not want to hear each track every time through, but that applied the first time around, too."
- Dan Miron, - Stylus, 2005



Wharton Tiers Fun City New York recording Unrest

RELEASE DATE

February 21, 1992


FORMAT

audio cassette
compact disc
vinyl L.P.


LENGTH

CD / cassette:
43 minutes, 16 seconds

11 tracks


LP:
44 minutes, 3 seconds

12 tracks


CD deluxe edition:
78 minutes, 11 seconds

15 tracks


CD Europe edition:
68 minutes, 13 seconds

20 tracks


CATALOGUE No.

Teen-Beat 77

Ajax 018 (original vinyl LP)

KAR-019 (original No.6 CD/MC)

GU-1 (Guernica LP/CD/MC)


DETAILS

ORIGINAL C.D.

February 21, 1992


JEWEL CASE:
with standard black tray.


BOOKLET:
8-page booklet and tray card (one side colour and one side black and white).


LABEL:
opaque white and blue ink.


Manufacturing coordinated by
Caroline Distribution, New York, New York.


Initial copies pressed by
Nimbus.


Later copies pressed by
EMI.


ORIGINAL VINYL LP

March 16, 1992

Pressed on black vinyl.


JACKET:
full-colour on standard semi-gloss stock.


LABELS:
black ink on red paper.


Inner-sleeve:
standard plain white sleeve with die-cut hole and rounded corners.


Catalogue:
Teen-Beat 1992 7th Anniversary catalogue included, blue ink on white paper.


Insert:
photo-copied black ink on white letter-sized paper.

Pressed by
K-Disc, California.

Printed in
Canada.

Manufacturing coordinated by
Tim Adams, Ajax, Chicago, Illinois.


Second pressing labels: red and blue ink on white paper (?)


AUDIO CASSETTE

February 21, 1992


INSERT:
10-panel j-card (one side colour and one side black and white).


SHELL:
opaque white ink on colourless transparent plastic cassette shell.


Manufacturing coordinated by
Caroline Distribution, New York, New York.


VINYL LP [Europe Edition]

August 17, 1992

Pressed on black vinyl.


JACKET:
full-colour on uncoated tactile stock.


LABELS:
red, orange, and black ink on white paper.


Inner-sleeve:
full-colour on glossy stock.


Manufacturing coordinated by
4AD, London, England


CD [Europe Edition]

August 17, 1992


BOOKLET:
12-page full-colour booklet and tray card.


JEWEL CASE:
with standard black tray.


LABEL:
red and black ink.


Manufacturing coordinated by
4AD, London, England.


AUDIO CASSETTE
[Europe Edition]

August 17, 1992


INSERT:
6-panel j-card (full-colour printing on both sides).


SHELL:
opaque white ink on colourless transparent plastic cassette shell.


Manufacturing coordinated by
4AD, London, England.


DELUXE EDITION C.D.


{FIRST PRESSING]
February 22, 2005

2,187 pressed.


JEWEL CASE:
with opaque white tray.


BOOKLET:
12-page booklet and tray card (one side colour and one side black and white).


LABEL:
metallic silver, blue, and red ink.


Manufacturing coordinated by
Bellwether Manufacturing, Bloomington, Indiana.


{SECOND PRESSING]
September 2, 2008

508 pressed.


JEWEL CASE:
with opaque white tray.


BOOKLET:
12-page booklet and tray card (one side colour and one side black and white).


LABEL:
full-colour printing
painting "Girl with Frankfurter" by Isabel Bisthop.


Manufacturing coordinated by
Bellwether Manufacturing, Bloomington, Indiana.


{THIRD PRESSING]
October 24, 2012

515 pressed.


JEWEL CASE:
with opaque white tray.


BOOKLET:
12-page booklet and tray card (one side colour and one side black and white).


LABEL:
full-colour printing
painting "Tidying Up" by Isabel Bisthop.


Manufacturing coordinated by
Bellwether Manufacturing, Bloomington, Indiana.


VINYL LP RE-ISSUE

September 28, 2009

524 pressed on colourless transparent 180 gram vinyl.


JACKET:
full-colour on heavy uncoated stock.


LABELS:
full-colour on white paper.


Inner-sleeve:
full-colour on heavy uncoated stock.

Pressed and printed at Gramofonove Zavody in Lodenice, Czech Republic
by Pirates Press, San Francisco, California.


5 test pressings made.


DISCOGRAPHY


SINGLES

Unrest
Catch of the Day
Catchpellet
Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl
Cherry Cherry
A Factory Record
Isabel Bishop
Bavarian Mods and Other Hits
West Coast Love Affair
So Sick / Vibe Out!
Cath Carroll
split single with Underground Lovers
Angel I'll Walk You Home
split tour single with Stereolab
Make Out Club
Make Out Club (Re-Mix)
Light Command
split single with Heidi Berry
Animal Park


ALBUMS

Unrest
Lisa Carol Freemont [L.C.F.]
Tink of S.E. [and numerous other titles]
Malcolm X Park
Twister
Kustom Karnal Blackxploitation
Chocolate City Cherry
Fuck Pussy Galore (and all Her Friends)
An Imperial Full Frequency Range Recording
Perfect Teeth
B.P.M.
Newcastle, August 2, 1993
Washington, DC, February 24, 2005
England, 1992


COMPILATIONS

Extremism...
The Trouble with Harry
Magic Ribbons, Volume One
The Pre-Moon Syndrome
Rutles Highway Revisited
Teriyaki Asthma Volume VI
Teen-Beat Fifty
Afternoon Delight!
Fortune Cookie Prize
Teen-Beat 100
Inclined Plane
Soluble Fish
Lollapalooza '93
International Hip Swing
The 13 Year Itch
Trademark Of Quality
Buy This Used Compact Disc
Play Free Music
Mai Pen Rai
The Machines 1990-1993
The Bob No.47
All Virgos Are Mad
Wakefield: Volume 2
Wakefield: Volume 3
Wakefield: Volume 4
Wakefield: The Teen-Beat Boxed Set
Teen-Beat Subscribers' CD, 2003
Teen-Beat 20th Commemorative
Süddeutsche Zeitung Diskothek 1992
Speed Dating
2010 Teen-Beat / Other Music Sampler
Teen-Beat Holiday Card 2010/2011


SOUNTRACKS

Girls Town
Mod Fuck Explosion
Passenger Side


ALSO

Unrest station wagon(s)
Unrest metal jewel box
Unrest, Mark E. poster
Invoking Osiris tee-shirt
Teen-Beat's Fifth Anniversary
Live at the Tube Bar tee-shirt
Unrest tee-shirt
Cherry Cream On video shoot
Imperial f.f.r.r. coffee mug
Unrest and Teen-Beat agreement with 4AD
Perfect Hairdo comb & Perfect Teeth toothbrush
Perfect Teeth coffee mug
Malcolm X Park [compact disc]
Kustom Karnal Blackxploitation [compact disc]
Teen-Beat 20th Anniversary Celebrations
The production of "Imperial f.f.r.r." Deluxe Edition
Teen-Beat Graphica Exhibition
UNREST: Teen-Beat 26th Anniversary
UNREST: Teen-Beat 26th Anniversary badges
Unrest 2010


RELATED

Air Miami
Bridget / Kathi / Doug
Clarence
Cotton Candy
Flin Flon
Flowers of Discipline
Maybe It's Reno
Mark Robinson
Fred & Ginger
Phil Krauth
Pigeons
Tone
Velocity Girl
William & Vivian


SONGS

Afternoon Train
Angel I'll Walk You Home
Bavarian Mods
Ben's Chili Bowl
Between Us
Black Power Dynamo
Breathe In
Breather X.O.X.O.
Breather X.X.X.
Buckley Hugo
Butch Willis is a Psychopath
Caitlinbums
Can't Sit Still
Can't Sit Still (acoustic)
Capezio Bowler
Capitalist Joyride
Castro 59
Cath Carroll
Cath Carroll (10cc Mix)
Cats
Champion Nines
The Chastity Ballad
Cherry Cherry
Cherry Cream On
Chick Chelsea Delux
Christina
Click Click
Come Sail Away
Coming Hot and Proud
Communist Tart
Dago Red
Dago Rising
Dalmations
Deaf
Disco Magick
Do it Now
Electrico
Enola Gay
Equator 77
Eyeball from the Socket of Davis
Feeling Good Fixation
Firecracker
Fly to France
Folklore
Food and Drink Synthesizer
Four Foot High Stone Wall
The Foxey Playground
Frutti Column
Fuck You G.I.
Full Frequency
Future History
The Gas Chair
Give Me Yr Eyes
God Gave Rock & Roll to You III
Goodbye
Green
Die Grunen
Gustave
Happy Birthday
Headringer
Hey Hey Halifax
Hey London! (London's Theme)
The Hill
The Hill, part two
Hi-Tec Theme
Holiday in Berlin, part 1
Holiday in Berlin, part 2
Hope
Hydro
Hydrofoil
Hydrofoil One
Hydrofoil No.3
Hydroplane
I Do Believe You Are Blushing
I Hate Ms. Toivanen/Wshingtn
I Love Calvin
Imperial
In the Garden
International Nautical Miles
Invoking the Godhead
I've Come for Your Daughters
Isabel
Isabel (7" Version)
Islands
Iwo Jima
Judy Says, part I
Judy says, part II
June
Kill Whitey
Konfusion
Lady Chatterly
Laughter
Light Command
Live on a Hot August Night
Lord Shiva
Los Desasosiego
Love to Know
Loyola
Lucifer Rising
Make Out Club
Malcolm X Park
Manhattan
Man Hole Burn
Midnight for Two
Mod Fuck Explosion Theme
Nation Writer
Neal We Love You
91st Century Schizoid Man
Northwest Territory
Nova Scotia
Obliteration
Oh Yeah C'Mon
Oils
Oily
OK
Over the Life
A Picnic at Hanging Rock (The Hill, part three)
Plastic Film
Ragged (Cltd Hsbnd)
Ragged (nkd t)
Range Recording
Real Enemy
Rigormortis
The 'S' Street Shuffle with a Beat
Scorpio Rising
Scott & Zelda
Sex Machine
Shag
She Makes Me Shake Like a Soul Machine
She is Today
Six Layer Cake
So Sick
So So Sick
So So So Sick
So You Want To Be a Movie Star
So You Want to Be a Rock'n'Roll Star
Solid State
Soon It Is Going to Rain
Straight Edge
Stranger in My Own Hometown
Strutter
Stylized Ampersand
Sugarshack
Suki
Sweet Home Alaska
Sweet Wakefield
Teen Bt
Teenbeat Part 65
Teenbeat Theme 1991
Teenage Suicide
Time
The Tundra
Twist 66
U.F.O.
[Unrest Incidental Piece]
Usually on Fridays, a Hamburger
Velvet Spit
Vibe Out!
Vibe Out! / Hydrofoil (medley)
Volume Reference Tone
Wednesday and Proud
West Coast Love Affair
Wharton Hockey Club
When It All Comes Down
Where Are All Those Puerto Rican Boys?
Wild Thang
Winona Ryder (XY Version)
Winona Ryder (XX Version)
Woody Allen
Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl
Zim-Zum