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    Danny & the Dressmakers was the work of Graham Massey, later of Biting Tongues/808 State fame.

    Always loved the Weird Noise EP too, and F*ck off's other great release the Instant Automatons' 'Peter Paints his Fence' EP.

    Electronic Music is the opiate of the people.

    Mark
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    Basement 5 isn't out on CD AFAIK. Nor is the superior Basement 5 in Dub, sadly

    Mark
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    It has been available on CD and 2nd hand copies were listed on Amazon recently, but not now. However, when I just looked they have "1965-1980/In Dub" available in MP3 format, which isn't quite the same but better than nothing. Keep checking ebay I guess.
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    Back In Judy's Jungle

    Googling to see if Judy Nylon's LP "Pal Judy" had been rereleased on CD, I came across a blog that is hosting it, and many other rarities, in MP3 format. Nice idea. Perspectives and Distortion is in there too, amongst items by Palais Schaumberg, Les Vampyrettes, Die Toten Hosen & Abwarts.

    Nylon's slighty off-kilter, dubby/funky album has aged very well I think. Dating from 1982, and produced by Adrian Sherwood, the title is a nice pun on the 1957 Sinatra movie "Pal Joey". Features a great, incredibly lugubrious version of Jailhouse Rock. There's a recent interview with her, which has some interesting perspectives on Eno. Nylon was famously the person who brought an album of harp music to Eno convalescing in his flat, which, when played very low, mixing with environmental sounds, inspired the idea for ambient music.