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Lush Discography

This Discography is a good overview of the Lush catalog for those new to the band. It currently includes only the official releases -- original Lush records released by 4AD and affiliates, for sale to the general public in various countries -- and combines information from many sources (see the credits below),

In the time since this website was launched the Lush page on Discogs (a community-built database) has grown into a much more comprehensive listing of Lush-related releases than what is found here, especially for compilations and remixes. Still, no one place includes all of the information contained here: recording and release dates, catalog numbers, run-out groves, track times, liner notes, credits and cover art.


 

An Overview of the Lush Catalogue

ALBUMS & SINGLES:

1990 Gala is considered their first album, but it is technically a compilation of every track from the mini-LP and 2 EPs that preceded it (Scar, Mad Love and Sweetness & Light) plus 2 new tracks. It was done for the US market (where the EPs were only available on import), followed by a limited edition release in the UK.
 
1992 Spooky was preceded by 2 EPs (UK-Black Spring, US-Nothing Natural and For Love) and followed by 1 EP (Superblast!, in Japan only).
 
After Gala, all EPs are “singles” featuring one track from the associated LP plus several “B-side” tracks that do not appear on the LP. The B-Sides include additional new Lush songs, remixes, alternate versions, and covers. Lush's B-Sides are considered by many fans to be at least as good as the songs on the actual LPs.
1994 Split was preceded by 2 EPs (Hypocrite and Desire Lines).
 
1996 Lovelife was preceded by 2 EPs (Single Girl and Ladykillers) and followed by 1 EP (500). Each Lovelife EP was released in 3 different versions (2 versions on both CD and 12' vinyl, and 1 version on 7" vinyl) all with the same featured “single” but each with different B-sides.

COMPILATIONS:

1994 Cookie is a mini-LP with all 6 of the B-sides from the 2 Split EPs. (Japan only).
 
1996 Topolino is an LP of B-sides from the 3 Lovelife EPs. (9 tracks in Japan, 12 or 13 in Canada).
 
2001 Ciao! is a “best-of” LP containing 17 tracks from the four albums and one B-side track, released several years after Lush disbanded.

ALL SONGS RECORDED BY LUSH, GROUPED BY ALBUM:

Gala Spooky Split Lovelife
Sweetness And Light
Sunbathing
Breeze
De-Luxe
Leaves Me Cold
Downer
Thoughtforms
Baby Talk
Scarlet
Bitter
Second Sight
Etheriel
Hey Hey Helen
Stray
Nothing Natural
Tiny Smiles
Covert
Ocean
For Love
Superblast!
Untogether
Fantasy
Take
Laura
Monochrome
Light From A Dead Star
Kiss Chase
Blackout
Hypocrite
Lovelife
Desire Lines
The Invisible Man
Undertow
Never-Never
Lit Up
Starlust
When I Die
Ladykillers
Heavenly Nobodies
500
I've Been Here Before
Papasan
Single Girl
Ciao!
Tralala
Last Night
Runaway
Childcatcher
Olympia
B-SIDE ORIGINAL SONGS God’s Gift
Astronaut
Cat’s Chorus
White Wood
Girl’s World
Tinkerbell
Outside World
Cul De Sac
Pudding
Shut Up
Sweetie
Matador
Ex
Dear Me
Heavenly
Carmen
Plums and Oranges
Piledriver
B-SIDE COVERS Fallin’ In Love
Outdoor Miner
Love At First Sight Demystification
I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend
I Have The Moon
I'd Like To Walk-            
        Around In Your Mind

NOT ON ANY OFFICIAL RELEASE
All This Useless Beauty - Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep - Half And Half - Mannequin - Rupert The Bear

 

Gala

Scar (Mini LP) October 1989
JAD 911  [12"]
JAD 911 C  [Cassette]
JAD 911 CD  [CD]
 
  1. Baby Talk (2:16)
  2. Thoughtforms (2:41)
  3. Scarlet (3:26)
  4. Bitter (2:01)
  5. Second Sight (2:39)
  6. Etheriel (3:24)

Recorded July 1989
Coproduced by John Fryer.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Christopher Bigg and Jim Friedman

Run-out grooves:  Fanny tits delight   /   I'll still fondle you
Refers to Emma mishearing Miki's lyrics "Vanities Delight" and "I'm still fond of you" from Scarlet and Etheriel.

 

Mad Love (EP)

February 1990

BAD 0003  [12"]
BAD 0003 C  [Cassette]
BAD 0003 CD  [CD]

 

  1. De-Luxe (3:26)
  2. Leaves Me Cold (2:55)
  3. Downer (2:39)
  4. Thoughtforms [new recording] (2:43)

Recorded December 1989
Produced by Robin Guthrie. Engineered by Lincoln Fong.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Christopher Bigg and Jim Friedman.

Run-out grooves: hey hey Howard...   /   what are you like?

 

Sweetness and Light (EP)

October 1990

AD 0013  [7”]
ADC 0013  [Cassette]
BAD 0013  [12”]
BAD 0013 CD  [CD]
  1. Sweetness And Light (5:19)  [4:12 on 7"]
  2. Sunbathing (3:09) [12” & CD only]
  3. Breeze (2:47)

Recorded August 1990
Produced by Tim Friese-Green. Engineered by Ed Buller.
Featuring Phil Overhead.
Recorded at The Greenhouse and Wessex Studio.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg and Jim Friedman.

Run-out grooves:  cool, fresh, milk float   /   what's hiding under the sheets?

 

Gala (LP)

November 1990

CAD 0013   [12"]
CAD 0013 C   [Cassette]
CAD 0013 CD   [CD]

COCY-6925   [CD] 4AD-Japan
9 26463-1   [LP] Reprise
9 26463-2   [CD] Reprise
9 26463-4   [Cassette] Reprise

  1. Sweetness And Light (5:19)
  2. Sunbathing (3:09)
  3. Breeze (2:47)
  4. De-Luxe (3:26)
  5. Leaves Me Cold (2:55)
  6. Downer (2:39)
  7. Thoughtforms (2:43)
  8. Baby Talk (2:16)
  9. Thoughtforms (2:41)
  10. Scarlet (3:26)
  11. Bitter (2:01)
  12. Second Sight (2:39)
  13. Etheriel (3:24)
  14. Hey Hey Helen [Abba cover] (2:27)
  15. Scarlet [Robin Guthrie version] (3:53)

This is a compilation done for the US market, with a limited release in the UK. It includes all tracks from the previous EPs, plus the new track Hey Hey Helen and the Robin Guthrie re-recording of Scarlet first released on the NME compilation Gigantic 2.

Liner Notes:

Tracks 1 2 & 3 are from BAD0013, released October 1990, produced by Tim Friese-Greene, engineered by Ed Buller, percussion by Phil Overhead, recorded at the Greenhouse, London. mixed at Wessex studios, London August 1990.

Tracks 4 5 6 & 7 are from BAD0003, Mad Move E.P. released February 1990. produced by Robin Guthrie and Lincoln Fong, recorded at September Sound and The Church, London, December 1989.

Tracks 8 9 10 11 12 & 13 are from JAD911, Scar, released October 1989 produced by Lush and John Fryer, engineered by John Fryer, recorded at Blackwing Studios, London, July 1989.

Track 14 produced by Robin Guthrie, engineered by Robin Guthrie and Guy Fixsen, recorded at First Protocol and September Sound, London, February 1990.

Track 15 produced by Robin Guthrie, engineered by Robin Guthrie, recorded at September Sound, London, April 1990.

Management: Howard Gough

Thank-you: Mr and Mrs C Banks - Pete Bartlett - Ray Conroy - Nigel Coxon - Lincoln Fong - John Fryer - Kaz Gill - Giles Gough - Mick Griffiths - Kevin Hunter - Michael Pettifer - Peter Scammell - Steve Smith - Miles Wood - Chris - Colin - Deborah - Janice - Simon - Vaughan - Robin Guthrie - Tim Friese-Greene - Ivo - Howard

Design by Vaughan Oliver and Chris Bigg at v23, photography by Jim Friedman

All tracks published by Island Music, Inc. BMI, except track 14 11 East Corporation BMI/Union Songs Music

©1990 4AD

 

 

Spooky

Black Spring (Nothing Natural) (EP)

October 1991

AD 1016  [7”]
ADC 1016   [Cassette]
BAD 1016  [12”]
BAD 1016 CD   [CD]

170.1016.20   [CD]  PIAS (Belguim)
RTD 120.1175.3   [CD]  Rough Trade (Germany)
33000 PM515   [CD]  4AD thru Virgin France
53000 PM432   [Cassette]  4AD thru Virgin France

  1. Nothing Natural (5:58)
  2. Fallin’ In Love [Dennis Wilson cover] (2:44) *
  3. God’s Gift (4:13)
  4. Monochrome (5:08) *

* not on 7"

Nothing Natural (US)
9 40231-2
   [CD] - Reprise (digipak)

  1. Nothing Natural (5:58)
  2. God’s Gift (4:13)
  3. Monochrome (5:08)
  4. Nothing Natural (shorter version) (3:59)

Recorded August 1991
Produced by Robin Guthrie. Engineered by Robin Guthrie & Mitsuo Tate.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver and Jim Friedman.

Run-out grooves, AD 1016:  And who's in `ere?   /   a little gum!
Run-out grooves, BAD 1016:  Lush and Ride at the Enormodrome   /   They've got this much talent

 

For Love (EP)

January 1992

BAD 2001  [12”]
BAD 2001 CD   [CD] (digipak)
BAD D 2001 - [Limited Edition 10”]  (10,000 copies)
BAD C 2001   [Cassette]

????   [CD]  4AD Holland? (slimline)
33082   [CD]  4AD thru Virgin France (digipak)

  1. For Love (3:35)
  2. Starlust (4:24)
  3. Outdoor Miner (2:49) [Wire cover]
  4. Astronaut (2:39)

 


Recorded November 1991
Produced by Mark Freegard and Lush. For Love produced and engineered by Robin Guthrie.
BAD 2001 CD includes "for the love of Steve" in the credits

Run-out grooves, BAD 2001:  Chris - does a lotta work for charity   /   See that Emma from Lush? Dyin' for it!
Run-out grooves, BAD D 2001:
 Steve, yah, bloody good bloke   /   Miki? Face like a bulldog chewing a wasp!

 

Spooky (LP)

February 1992

CAD 2002   [LP]
CAD D 2002  [Limited edition dual 10”]
CAD C 2002   [Cassette]
CAD 2002 CD   [CD]
CAD D 2002 CD  [Limited edition CD] 

9 26798-2   [CD]  Reprise
COCY- ????   [CD]  4AD Japan
330944   [CD]  4AD thru Virgin France (digipak)
50930 PM464   [Cassette]  4AD thru Virgin France
SHOCK 1017 CD   [CD]  Shock Records (Australia)

  1. Stray (2:08)
  2. Nothing Natural (5:54)
  3. Tiny Smiles (4:27)
  4. Covert (3:35)
  5. Ocean (4:50)
  6. For Love (3:29)
  7. Superblast! (4:07)
  8. Untogether (3:34)
  9. Fantasy (4:27)
  10. Take (3:29)
  11. Laura (3:23)
  12. Monochrome (5:06)

Japan only: (from Black Spring EP)
    13.  God’s Gift (4:10)
    14.  Fallin’ In Love
(2:44)
               [Dennis Wilson cover]


CAD D 2002


This is their first full studio album.

 

Run-out grooves, CAD D 2002:

What do you call Lush's..   /   bass player in Japan?
Rippon in Nippon...   /   ...wise words mate

Liner Notes:

Produced and engineered by Robin Guthrie
Assistant engineers Mitsuo Tate and Lincoln Fong
Recorded at September Sound, London, July - October 1991
Design and art direction Vaughan Oliver / v23
Photography: Jim Friedman
Management: Howard Gough
All Songs published by Island Music, Inc. BMI

Special thanks to: Robin Guthrie, Tim Carr, Kevin Hunter, Ivo and Howard.
Thank you: Sarita Allison, Steven Baker, John Beug, Pete Bartlett, Melanie Caldwell, Ray Conroy, Anne Donoghue, Dave Elliott, Lincoln Fong, Russell Fong, Marc Geiger, Kaz Gill, Jeff Gold; Gough 3 and 4, John Greaves, Martin Griffiths, Mick Griffiths, Michelle Gutenstein, Steve Hayes, Sheri Hood, Ben Jacobs, Jo Lenardi, Richard Manners, Mary Marcus, Bruce Mcguire, Mark Neiter, Paul Normandale, Andy Pole, Scottie, Peter Standish, Kevin Westerberg. all at 4AD, v23 and Warners/Reprise.
Respect: John, Irene, Punx and Skinz everywhere.

Write to Lush Information Service, P.O. Box 2406, London, NW1 5NE.

©1992 4AD

 

Superblast! (EP)

1992

COCY-5185   [CD]  4AD Japan
  1. Superblast! (remix) (4:04)
  2. Outdoor Miner (2:49) {Wire cover]
  3. Fallin’ In Love (2:44) [Dennis Wilson cover]

Lists Phil as the bass player.
Includes "for the love of Steve" in the credits

 

 

 

Split

Hypocrite (EP)

May 30, 1994

AD 4008  [7”]
BAD D 4008  [12”]
BAD 4008 CD   [CD]
 
  1. Hypocrite (2:58)
  2. Love At First Sight [Gist cover] (5:12) *
  3. Cat’s Chorus (3:23)
  4. Undertow [Spooky remix] (9:13) *

* not on 7”

 

 


Produced by Lush & Mike Hedges.
Mixed by Alan Moulder.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott & Melodie McDaniel.
Undertow remixed by Spooky.

Run-out grooves, BAD 4008:  a funny thing happened to the way to the perineum  /  when the boot goes in
Run-out grooves, BAD D 4008:  I've seen a table wine   /   a Norweigan pine

 

Desire Lines (EP)

May 30, 1994

AD 4010  [7”]
BAD D 4010  [12”]
BAD 4010 CD   [CD]
  1. Desire Lines (7:29)
  2. White Wood (4:14) *
  3. Girl’s World (4:56)
  4. Lovelife [Suga Buillit mix] (8:15) *

* not on 7”

 


Produced by Lush & Mike Hedges.
Mixed by Alan Moulder except Lovelife remix by Co-Co T and Suga-D.
Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott & Melodie McDaniel.
Strings on Desire Lines arranged by Martin McCarrick.
Strings on Girl’s World arranged by Audrey Riley.

Run-out grooves, AD 4010:   back to the draining board   /   two bars on and vim under the sink
Run-out grooves, BAD D 4010:   I've seen a belly flop   /   and a record shop

 

Split (LP)

June 13, 1994

CAD 4011  [LP]
CAD C 4011  [Cassette]
CAD 4011 CD  [CD]

9 45578-1  [LP] Reprise
9 45578-2  [CD]  Reprise
9 45578-4  [Cassette]  Reprise
? CD  [CD] Rough Trade (Germany)*
7243 8 40008 2  [CD] 4AD thru Virgin France
7243 8 40008 4  [Cassette] 4AD thru Virgin France

  1. Light From A Dead Star (3:15)
  2. Kiss Chase (3:17)
  3. Blackout (3:06)
  4. Hypocrite (2:53)
  5. Lovelife (3:56)
  6. Desire Lines (7:37)
  7. The Invisible Man (2:14)
  8. Undertow (4:57)
  9. Never-Never (8:04)
  10. Lit Up (4:00)
  11. Starlust (4:30) **
  12. When I Die (4:17)

* Includes a bonus CD with the B-Sides from the Desire Lines single.
** First appeared on the For Love EP, this is a reworked version


Run-out grooves:   I've seen a council skip   /   and a sunset strip

Liner Notes:

Produced by Mike Hedges and Lush
Recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales, Berry House, Sussex and Abbey Road, London, October to December 1993
Engineered by Mike Hedges, Lance Philips, Curtis Schwartz, Chris Ludwinski and Paul Read
Mixed by Alan Moulder at Swanyard Studios, London, March to April 1994
Mixes enginereed by Alan Moulder
Assistant engineer: Ronen Tal

Strings on Light From A Dead Star and Never-Never arranged by Audrey Riley
Strings on Desire lines and When I Die arranged by Martin McCarrick.

Percussion by Martin Ditcham.

Chris Acland: Drums
Emms Anderson: Guitars, Backing Vocals
Miki Berenyi: Vocals. Guitars
Philip King: Bass
Management: Howard Gough.
Art direction and design by Vaughan Oliver and Chris Bigg at v23.
Photography: Four Lemons (1992), Four Wheels (1992), Sticks (1992), Books (1991) by Richard Caldicott.
Portrait photography by Melodie McDaniel (1994)
Special thanks to: Howard, Ivo, Robin and Alan.
Thanks to: Pete, Jimmy, Chris, Jon, Tommy, Steve (mild bloke), Mick, Kaz, Richard and Nigel, Scott Litt and Brian Gelfond.
Thanks also to all at 4AD, v23 and Warner/Reprise and all those who were on Lollapalooza 2
Hello! Melissa, Maxine, Bunny, Kate, Polly, Justin, Bill, Caitlin and all friends and families.
Much love to John and Ted.
'Nuff respect for the Mountains

©1994 4AD

 

Cookie (Mini LP)

December 1994

COCY-78365   [CD] Columbia Japan
  1. White Wood (4:14)
  2. Girl’s World (4:56)
  3. Lovelife [Suga Bullit remix] (8:15)
  4. Love At First Sight (5:12)
  5. Cat’s Chorus (3:23)
  6. Undertow [Spooky remix] (9:13)

A compilation of all the B-sides from the Split EP singles (Hypocrite and Desire Lines)

Sleeve by Vaughan Oliver, Chris Bigg, Richard Caldicott & Melodie McDaniel.

 

 

 

 

Lovelife

 

Single Girl (EP)

January 6, 1996

BAD 6001 [12"]
BAD 6001 CD [CD]
  1. Single Girl (2:36)
  2. Tinkerbell (3:06)
  3. Outside World (4:04)
  4. Cul De Sac [Phil King] (3:49)

BAD D 6001 [12"]
BAD D 6001 CD [CD]

  1. Single Girl  (2:36)
  2. Pudding (3:55)
  3. Demystification [Zounds cover] (3:38)
  4. Shut Up (3:46)

AD 6001  [Limited edition 7"] (on clear vinyl)

  1. Single Girl  (2:36)
  2. Sweetie [Chris Acland and Miki Berenyi] (2:45)


Produced by Lush & Pete Bartlett.
Engineered by Giles Hall, Liam Molloy & Neil Simons.
Recorded at Protocol Studios, London.
Mixed by Sean Slade, Paul Q, Kolderie, Pete BArtlett and Giles Hall.
Featuring Kate Holmes from Frazier Chorus and Ray Dickaty.
Sleeve by v23 and Ichiro Kono.
 

Run-out groove:  Eat me I'm a chocolate frog!  /   (none)

 

 

Ladykillers (EP)

February 26, 1996

BAD 6002  [12"]
BAD 6002 CD [CD]
  1. Ladykillers (3:14)
  2. Matador [Phil King] (3:01)
  3. Ex (3:14)
  4. Dear Me ( Miki's 8-track demo) (3:07)

BAD D 6002  [12"]
BAD D 6002 CD [CD]

  1. Ladykillers (3:14)
  2. Heavenly (2:53)
  3. Carmen (3:19)
  4. Plums and Oranges (6:19)

AD 6002  [Limited edition 7"] (on transparent green vinyl)

  1. Ladykillers (3:14)
  2. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend [The Rubinoo's cover] (3:19)


Produced by Lush & Pete Bartlett.
Engineered by Giles Hall, Liam Molloy & Neil Simons.
Recorded at Protocol Studios, London.
Mixed by Sean Slade, Paul Q, Kolderie, Pete Bartlett and Giles Hall.
Featuring Kate Holmes from Frazier Chorus and Ray Dickaty.
Sleeve by v23 and Ichiro Kono.
Heavenly arranged by Pete Bartlett.
Plums and Oranges mixed by Neil Simons
 

Run-out groove:  Eat me I'm a chocolate frog!  /   (none)

 

Lovelife (LP)

(US) March 5, 1996
(UK) March 18, 1996

CAD 6004  [12"] (clear vinyl limited edition)
CAD C 6004  [Cassette]
CAD 6004 CD  [CD]

COZY-27-28  [CD] 4AD Japan (with bonus 3” CD)
243 8 41484 2 3  [CD]  4AD thru Virgin France

  1. Ladykillers (3:13)
  2. Heavenly Nobodies (2:58)
  3. 500 (Shake Baby Shake) (3:28)
  4. I've Been Here Before (4:35)
  5. Papasan (2:36)
  6. Single Girl (2:35)
  7. Ciao! (3:30)
  8. Tralala (5:32)
  9. Last Night (5:24)
  10. Runaway (3:35)
  11. Childcatcher (3:14)
  12. Olympia (5:03)
     

COZY-28 [mini CD]
bonus 3" CD included with COZY-27

  1. Tinkerbell (3:02)
  2. Outside World (3:55)
  3. Cul De Sac (3:43)
  4. Pudding (3:49)
  5. Demystification (3:35)
  6. Shut Up (3:38)

Run-out grooves, CAD 6004:  Browning in a sea of Britpop   /   No, I’ve never seen a blind man’s buff

 

Liner Notes:

Produced by Pete Bartlett and Lush
Engineered by Giles Hall, assisted by Liam Molloy
Recorded at Protocol Studios, London, May to August 1995
Mixed by Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie at Fort Apache, Cambridge, MA, September 1995
Except Last Night mixed by Steve Osbourne at BJG Studios, London
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME
Art direction and design: v23
Photography: Ichiro Kono. Hey, Don!
Portrait: Andrew Catlin
Management: Peter Felstead and Julian de Takatis for CEC Management
US Representation: Alan Wolmark for CEC Management
Ladykillers
handclaps: Emma Anderson, Pete Bartlett, Miki Berenyi, Liam Molloy

I've Been Here Before
trumpet: Terry Edwards
trombone: Mike Kearsey
strings arranged by Audrey Riley
violin: Chris Tombling
violin: Leo Payne
viola: Sue Dench
cello: Audrey Riley

Papasan
drips: Pete Bartlett

Ciao!
guest vocalist: Jarvis Cocker
melody horn: Emma Anderson, Miki Berenyi

Tralala
strings arranged by Audrey Riley
violin: Chris Tombling
violin: Leo Payne
viola: Sue Dench
cello: Audrey Riley
piano: Pete Bartlett

Last Night
strings arranged by Audrey Riley
violin: Chris Tombling
violin: Leo Payne
viola: Sue Dench
cello: Audrey Riley
conversation: Philip King and Melissa Thompson

The Childcatcher
Poem reed by: Philip King taken from "The Bloom of Youth" by Billy Childish, Published by Hangmen Press

Olympia
flute: Kate Holmes
trumpet: Terry Edwards
trombone: Mike Kearsey
strings arranged by Audrey Riley
violin: Chris Tombling
violin: Leo Payne
viola: Sue Dench
cello: Audrey Riley
Extra guitars: Pete Bartlett
Percussion: Dan Goodwin
Jarvis Cocker appears courtesy of Island Records.
All songs ©1996 Songs of PolyGram International Inc. BMI.

Thank you: Gibson Guitars, Moose, Cocteau Twins for lending us equipment

Special thanks to: Pete Bartlett, Sean and Paul, Peter Felstead, Julian de Takats, Ivo Watts-Russell, Robin Hurley, Tim Corr, Simon Horper, Jo Lenordi, Nigel Coxon, Colin Walloce, Polly Gregory, Alan Wolmark, Mick Griffiths, Kaz Gill, David Mansfield and Margre, Jimmy Acevedo, Jon Greaves, Jon Gallagher, Tommy Winstone and Sarita Allison, all at Appearing, all at 4AD, v23 and Warner Bros./Reprise.

Hello and love to: Melissa. Maxine, Bunny, Kate, Liz, Polly, Kathy, Dominic, John, Neil, Giles, Grace, Cumbrian Mates and all our friends and families.

No thanks to the Clonmel bouncers.

©1996 4AD

 

 

500 (Shake Baby Shake) (EP)

July 15, 1996

BAD 6009   [12"]
BAD 6009 CD   [CD]
  1. 500 [shorter Remix] (3:21)
  2. I Have The Moon [Magnetic Fields cover] (3:52)
  3. Piledriver [Chris Acland] (3:06)
  4. Olympia [Acoustic version] (3:16)

BAD D 6009   [12"]
BAD D 6009 CD   [CD]

  1. 500 [shorter Remix] (3:21)
  2. I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind [Vashti Bunyan] (3:06)
  3. Kiss Chase [Acoustic version] (2:54)
  4. Last Night [Hexadecimal Dub Mix] (6:30)

AD 6009  [Limited edition 7"]  (on transparent red vinyl*)

  1. 500 [shorter Remix] (3:21)
  2. I Have The Moon [Magnetic Fields cover] (3:52)
 

 

* Thanks Andy Dunn


Run-out groove: none

 

Produced by Lush & Pete Bartlett.
Engineered by Liam Molloy & Neil Simons.
Mixed by Pete Bartlett & Giles Hall.
Recorded at Protocol Studios, London. 
Sleeve by v23 and Ichiro Kono.
500 (Shake Baby Shake) mixed by Mike Drake and engineered by Steve Cook.
Last Night mixed by Steve Osbourne

 

 

Topolino (LP)

(Japan) August 31, 1996
(Canada) November 20, 1996

A compilation of Lovelife b-sides.

COCY-80351   [CD] Nippon Columbia (Japan)

  1. 500 [remix] (Shake Baby Shake) (3:20)
  2. I Have The Moon [Magnetic Fields cover]  (3:52) *
  3. Ex (3:12)
  4. I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend [The Rubinoo's cover] (3:17)
  5. Matador  [Phil King] (3:01)
  6. Piledriver [Chris Acland] (3:07)
  7. I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind [Vashti Bunyan] (2:19)
  8. Carmen  (3:19)
  9. Plums & Oranges (6:17)

* I read somewhere that "I Have The Moon" appears only on the "1996 Japan Tour Special" version of the CD, which supposedly has the same catalog number and is not marked as a tour special CD except on the obi strip. However, the "Japan Tour Special" with obi strip may in fact be the only Japanese version that was released.


76974 2110-2   [CD] Polygram (Canada)

Version 1, additional tracks:

   10.  Heavenly (2:53)
   11.  Demystification [Zounds cover] (3:38)
   12.  Tinkerbell (3:06)
   13.  Dear Me (demo) (3:07)

Version 2, different track listing:

  1. 500 [Remix] (Shake Baby Shake) (3:20)
  2. I Have The Moon [Magnetic Fields cover]  (3:52)
  3. Ex (3:12)
  4. I Wanna be Your Girlfriend  [The Rubinoo's cover] (3:17)
  5. Matador  [Phil King] (3:01)
  6. Outside World (4:04)
  7. I'd Like To Walk Around In Your Mind  [Vashti Bunyan]  (2:19)
  8. Carmen  (3:19)
  9. Shut up (3.46)
  10. Cul de Sac (3:49)
  11. Demystification [Zounds cover] (3:38)
  12. Tinkerbell (3:06)

According to the Eyesore database, there were two versions of the Canadian Topolino CD, with very different track listings (both are shown here) but with the same catalog number. However I suspect that only one Canadian version really exists (shown as "version 2" here), for the following reasons:

 

1) Eyesore incorrectly claims that the version of Dear Me on the Canadian Topolino "version 1" is a different recording, but Miki Berenyi has confirmed that the only version of Dear Me in existence is her portastudio home demo, which originally appeared on the Ladykillers single.

2) I don't know of anyone who has ever seen a copy of Version 1 of the Canadian Topolino


 

 

 

 

Posthumous

 

Ciao! The Best of Lush (LP)

June 5, 2001

GAD 2K22 CD  [CD] Reprise
 
  1. Ladykillers (3:13)
  2. Single Girl (2:35)
  3. Ciao! (3:31)
  4. 500 (Shake Baby Shake) (3:21)
  5. Light From A Dead Star (3:17)
  6. Love At First Sight (5:12) [Gist cover]
  7. Hypocrite (2:53)
  8. Desire Lines (7:39)
  9. Lovelife (3:56)
  10. When I Die (4:19)
  11. Nothing Natural (5:54)
  12. Untogether (3:34)
  13. For Love (3:30)
  14. Monochrome (5:06)
  15. De-Luxe (3:28)
  16. Sweetness And Light (5:17)
  17. Thoughtforms (2:44)
  18. Etheriel (3:24)

 

 

Rarities

This discography does not yet include releases from the following categories:

  • Commercial compilations

  • Record company promos for radio stations, the press, etc.

  • Unauthorized commercial bootlegs, usually of live performances (I consider these reprehensible but will include them for completeness)

  • Guest appearances on other artist's albums

  • Film Soundtracks and soundtrack CDs, TV ads, etc.

Most (but not all) of the Lush songs found on such releases are identical to the songs on the official Lush albums and singles. I hope to add all the releases from the above categories to this discography in the distant future, but its a huge task. For now, here are some releases containing unique tracks not found on any of the official Lush albums/singles. The following releases include:

  • Original Lush songs
  • Covers
  • Alternate versions (i.e. acoustic)
  • Demos (i.e. home recordings)
  • Remixes (done by various DJs)
  • Alternate edits (i.e. shorter)

Click on the covers for a larger view

Half And Half (3:17)
Miki Berenyi original song

From "Volume Sixteen: Copulation Explosion!" compilation CD
Label: Volume, Cat #  V16CD
Released July 1996
Part of the Volume Magazine series, came in a 192 page CD-sized book

 

I think this is the only original Lush song that did not appear in any form on any official release.



All This Useless Beauty (3:45)
Elvis Costello cover

From Elvis Costello EP "Distorted Angel"
Label: Warner Bros, Cat# WO366CD
Released July 22, 1996


Elvis Costello, who was known to be a Lush fan, asked Lush to record this cover especially for this EP.

Also appears on the
Elvis Costello EP "You Bowed Down"
Warner Bros. 9-43777-2

(thanks Fedge)


Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (2:38)
Lally Stott cover

From "Alvin Lives (In Leeds)" compilation
Label: Midnight Music, Cat#  CLANG 4 [LP], CLANG 4 C [Cassette], CLANG 4 CD  [CD]
Recorded 1989, Released April 1990

Charity release in aid of the Anti-Poll Tax Campaign.
Lush track produced by Robyn Guthrie.

Rupert The Bear (4:16)
Cover of the theme song from a 70's British children's TV show

Lit Up (demo)

From the Flexi disk included in a Lush fan club mailing
Recorded June 1993
Released Dec. 1993


Later released by Warner Bros. on "Soil Samples #17" promo, red Flexi (PRO-S 7181)
Mannequin (2:30)
Wire cover

From "Whore" a Wire tribute album
Label: Wmo Records (Wire Mail Order)
Released March 5, 1996

Light From A Dead Star (2:54)
Instrumental version

From the soundtrack for the Warner Brothers film Joyride
Label: Warner Bros, Cat #  9 46825-2 [CD]
Released Nov. 18, 1997

Desire Lines (5:54)
Demo

From the CD given out at the "13 Year Itch" celebration of 4AD's 13th birthday.
July 1993

Scarlet
Acoustic version

Performed live. Superb! A recording exists (radio broadcast?) but its date/venue is unknown.
Dreaming
Blondie cover, acoustic
Performed live, April.4, 1990, at Borderline in London
Sunday Girl
Blondie cover, in French
June 28, 1994,  Studio 105 Black Sessions in Paris, France
Also performed live September 29, 1994 at New Morning in Paris, France

 

 

Discography Notes:

  • Each of the four albums is grouped here with its related EP and mini-LP releases using the same background color. The first chronological appearance of tracks that are not on any of the four main albums is marked in color: original Lush songs in red, covers and re-mixes in purple. So, to acquire every officially released Lush song you would need to get the four albums plus all the tracks marked in color. A good way to acquire many of those tracks is to get the Japanese Cookie and Canadian Topolino CDs.
  • All releases are on 4AD (UK) unless otherwise specified. Reprise (Warner Bros. Records) was the US label, PolyGram in Canada. For other labels, the country is indicted.
  • All songs written by Emma Anderson and/or Miki Berenyi (two amazing songwriters in one band) unless otherwise indicated. See the Lyrics page for details on authorship.

 

Credits

This discography combines information from the following sources:

 

 

 This website is dedicated to the memory of Chris Acland

 

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