Includes 9 songs that were not on the original CD release. 800 copies pressed on black vinyl. Comes with 6x6 reproduction of original CD booklet, a random Hickey patch, and a download code. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.Although the packaging of the record is what I consider to be poor (it may just be my record, who knows?) this is still a great reissuing of the infamous Naked Cult Of Hickey. This reissues includes all the tracks that were originally on the CD, but included more unreleased songs, including Food Stamps & Drink Tickets from their "split" (it would of been funny if they included the Voodoo Glow Dolls voice message) and a spectacular alternative version of The Naked Cult.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Hickey. All video clips of all the songs are here. Download release in mp3. Imprint date. Various States of Disrepair (Complete Works 1994–'97). 7. Voodoo Glow Skulls & Hickey.
Various States of Disrepair - Complete Works 1994-1997 collected some of Hickey's EPs, splits and compilation tracks, along with unreleased recordings from the era (though it was not truly Hickey's "complete" recorded output during that time). It was originally released on CD in 1997 via Poverty Records. Various States was re-pressed on CD by . Records following Luv's passing in 2002. In 2012, 1-2-3-4 Go! Records released the compilation on vinyl for the first time, marking the tenth anniversary of Luv's death
hickey - Live in Redwood City, CA circa 1996 part 2. Extract Chords. Luis Russell - The New Call Of The Freaks - New York, 0. 9. THE FEELING OF LOVE - Cellophane Face.
The collection was originally released on CD only by Poverty Records in the late '90s, and has since gone out of print. The compilation is set to be released on March 20th.
Hull, occasionally with assistance from others.
Even though the album is called the complete works, it is missing two B-sides and three promo remixes. Those tracks are Deliverance and Deliverance (Dub Mix), dance-oriented reworkings of the song Hope of Deliverance, released as B-sides of the C’mon People CD single and the three promo remixes of Off the Ground released to American radio, namely the Bob Clearmountain remix, the Keith Cohen remix, and the Keith Cohen AC remix.