Saturday, March 15, 2008

The Cassandra Complex - Feel The Width 2LP

Requested by Thee Bad Fairy a long time ago. Here's the double live album of The Cassandra Complex. Contains a lot of songs of their early 12"s and the 'Grenade' album.
The recordings were made at the Odeon in Munster in 1986.
Seems it was re-released on CD omitting some of the tracks due to length limitation. Here's the full recording.
'Something Came Over Me' originally by Throbbing Gristle. 'Ghost Rider' originally by Suicide (although not credited on the record).
I had to upload 2 different files, each containing one record. I also ripped each side of the album as one track to avoid gaps. There's a tracklist included.

Feel The Width 2LP (PIAS-BIAS 68-1987)
Side A
Report From The Back
Presents (Come Of Age)
Side B
Three String Blues
Prairie Bitch
Side C
Pick Up
Something Came Over Me
Moscow Idaho
Side D
David Venus
Moby Keitho
Ghost Rider

Side A+B

Side C+D


Bimble said...

This is great stuff. Can you link me to your blog? I can't figure out how to email you. I just posted a gloomy post punk record by Half Church at

Capa Nostra said...

Thanks Vincent !
I really aprecciate you post this one, i was really expecting to hear this CC's live album.

Check your mail !


Thee Bad Fairy said...

Everything Wortwhile Is Worth Waiting For - Greatly appreciated!

Pogel said...

I have two or three of their LPs. This is nice to hear the live stuff.

icastico said...

Haven't heard these guys in years.
I'll have to dig them back out.

Jurassik Dark said...

Most nice one. Thanx a bunch

Anonymous said...

Hello there - the link to the first part (A-B) is no longer working. Any chance you could (would?) re-up this? Thx.

Curious Guy said...

New link up for Side A+B. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

thx for re-upping.

Anonymous said...

Any chance of a rereup I just went to play my copy and it has a large scratch kill !

Curious Guy said...

New links. Enjoy!

Deeo said...

Thanks for the links and I did enjoy, yeah its like being back at the Fulham Greyhound in the 80's.

Thank you, thank you restored

(actually this is better than my vinyl ever was ...well records never played well in the car )