october 30, 1998 brutal truth will disband as of december 1998 due to irreconcilable differences between its members. though fans may be mystified and disappointed, we felt any personal changes would destroy the band's unique musical chemistry. Matrix, Runout (Variant 1, Disc 1): 2-1 M90824-15 A @. Matrix, Runout (Variant 1, Disc 2): 2-2 L90816-15 A @. Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, Disc 1): IFPI L806.
Goodbye Cruel World! Brutal Truth. CD2 Tracks 1-4: bonus tracks on the japanese pressing of the Sound of the Animal Kingdom 1997 album, track 4 also featured on the 1997 split 7"EP with Converge. Track 5: bonus track on the japanese pressing of the Kill Trend Suicide 1996 album, also featured on the 1999 split 7"EP with Violent Society. Tracks 6-10: the Machine Parts +4 1996 EP. Recording information: CD1 Tracks 1-22: recorded live at the Annandale Hotel (Sydney, Australia) in August 1998 by Lachlan Mitchell, mixed at Indre studios (Philadelphia), May 5-6, 1999 by Gurn, Hoak, Lilker and Mike Comstock.
Goodbye Cruel World Information. Track listing (Songs). Brutal Truth Discography.
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Goodbye Cruel World was Elvis Costello's ninth album overall and the eighth with his backing band the Attractions. It was released in 1984 by F-Beat Records in the UK and Columbia in the US. Tensions within the band-notably between Costello and bassist Bruce Thomas-were beginning to tell, and Costello announced his retirement and the break-up of the group shortly before they were to record Goodbye Cruel World
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