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In Camera

13 (Lucky for Some)

Die Laughing
Final Achievement
The Conversation
The Attic
Fragments of Fear
Legion
Apocalypse
Co-ordinates
Fatal Day


1991 MIXES

Pins & Was
On the Retina
Colour in the Home
Deflowered


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The Trouble with Harry compilation album
Teen-Beat t-shirt
CLARENCE box set album
KROKODILOES In the Square album
EGGS How Do You Like Your Lobster? album
Wakefield volume one, A Teenbeat Sampler compilation album
Wakefield 4 CD box set compilation album
UNREST England 1992 album
THE FEMININE COMPLEX Livin' Love album
ROBERT SCHIPUL Cute-Core album
IN CAMERA
"Die Laughing"
b/w "Final Achievement"
7" 45 (4AD) June, 1980
catalogue no. AD 8
IN CAMERA
"IV"
12" 45 (4AD) December, 1980
catalogue no. BAD 19
IN CAMERA
"Fin"
12" 45 (4AD) April, 1982
catalogue no. BAD 205
IN CAMERA 13 Lucky For Some album teen beat
IN CAMERA
"13 Lucky For Some"
compact disc (Teen-Beat/4AD)
catalogue no. Teen-Beat 106/
BAD 205

LINER NOTES


PLAYERS

Andrew Gray, guitar, clarinet, keyboards

Pete Moore, bass, piano

David Steiner, vocals, piano, keyboards

Jeff Wilmott, drums, piano


GUEST PLAYERS

Michael Allen, vocals

Suze Chebib, piano

Drosten Madden, keyboards (tracks 10-13)

Rew, programming (tracks 10-13)


RECORDED BY

(tracks 1-6)

Eric Radcliffe,

John Fryer,

at Blackwing, London, England
1979-1980


(tracks 7-9)

at B.B.C. Studios, Broadcasting House, London, England
for the John Peel radio programme
September 12, 1980


(tracks 10-13)

Drosten Madden,

at The Stone Room, England
1991


MUSIC COMPOSITION

In Camera


PHOTOGRAPHY

Pete Moore


COVER DESIGN

unknown


ET CETERA

Thanks to Robin Brown.


"They came too late and stayed too long"


The song lyrics are printed inside the booklet.


Jonny's name is mispelled on the cover (with an 'H' - 'Johnny', not 'Jonny').


REVIEW

"Indie singer/songwriter Jonny Cohen formed his band the Love Machine in 1987 after moving into the Silver Spring, Maryland group house also home to D.C. area cult hero Root Boy Slim; its basement was the site of regular jam sessions including members of Unrest, Butch Willis & the Rocks and countless other local acts, and their music soon inspired Cohen to began writing his own material. Recruiting a backing unit including former high school classmate Pete Nelson on guitar, Cohen cut a demo of the song 'I'm Not an Anorexic' which so impressed TeenBeat label chief Mark Robinson that he invited the group to open for his band Unrest during their performance on the University of Maryland station WMUC. TeenBeat subsequently issued 1989's 'Jonny Cohen's Love Machine' album, followed two years later by the 'Space Butterfly' EP. After a 1992 seven-inch, 'Indian Giver,' Cohen resurfaced the following year with the full-length 'Getting Our Heads Back Together'. After a four-year hiatus, the group resurfaced with 'If Six Were Eight'."

- Jason Ankeny, AllMusic Guide



In Camera band

RELEASE DATE

April 19, 1993


FORMAT

compact disc


LENGTH

71 minutes, 36 seconds

21 tracks


CATALOGUE No.

Teen-Beat 109


DETAILS

850 pressed.


PACKAGE:
16-page booklet and tray card (construction paper cover with black and white interior).


JEWEL CASE:
with black tray.


LABELS:
green and white ink.


Printed by
ASAP Printing, Arlington, Virginia?


Pressed by
Disc Mfg. Inc.


CD production management:
Skybow, Nashville, Tennessee.


Each CD was hand-assembled at Teen-Beat 97.

DISCOGRAPHY


SINGLES

Final Achievement
IV Songs
Fin


ALBUMS

13 (Lucky for Some)


COMPILATIONS

Wakefield: Volume 1
Wakefield: The Teen-Beat Boxed Set


RELATED

Wolfgang Press


SONGS

Apocalypse
The Attic
Colour In The Home
The Conversation
Coordinates
Deflowered
Die Laughing
The Fatal Day
Final Achievement
Fragments Of Fear
Legion
On The Retina
Pins & Wax