Human Sexual Response - Fig. 15 album flac
|2||Dick And Jane|
|7||What Does Sex Mean To Me?|
|10||Anne Frank Story|
- Recorded At – Downtown Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Eat Records
- Copyright (c) – Eat Records
- Distributed By – Rykodisc
- Artwork [Front Cover] – Paul Maxon
- Artwork [Line Drawings] – Colin Chambers
- Artwork [Photo Coloring] – Richard Manning
- Bass – Chris MacLachlan
- Drums – Malcolm Travis
- Engineer [Mixed by] – Ben Wisch
- Engineer [Recorded by] – Eddie Cilletti, J.D.
- Executive-Producer – Don Roze
- Guitar – Rich Gilbert
- Producer – John Doelp
- Vocals – Casey Cameron, Larry Bangor, Windle Davis
- Vocals, Tambourine – Dini Lamot
- Written-By – Chris MacLachlan (tracks: 6, 9), Dini Lamot (tracks: 3, 5, 6), Donald Storball (tracks: 4), Larry Bangor (tracks: 1-3, 5-10), Malcolm Travis (tracks: 9), Rich Gilbert (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 8-10), Rolfe Anderson (tracks: 1-3, 5, 8, 10)
NotesCD reissue of Human Sexual Response - Fig. 14 with one bonus track, hence the incremented number in the title.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 14431 00002 7
- Matrix / Runout: EATCD 2 01%
|PB 9851, EAT-002||Human Sexual Response||Fig. 14 (LP, Album)||Passport Records, Eat Records||PB 9851, EAT-002||US||1980|
|4940842, BA-453||Human Sexual Response||Fig. 14 (Cass, Album)||Passport Records, Barclay||4940842, BA-453||France||1980|
|940 842||Human Sexual Response||Fig. 14 (LP, Album)||Passport Records, Eat Records||940 842||France||1980|
|PB 2029||Human Sexual Response||Fig. 14 (LP)||Passport Records||PB 2029||Canada||1980|
|SMBCD 50004||Human Sexual Response||Fig. 15 (CD, Album, RE, S/Edition)||Supermegabot Music Concern LLC||SMBCD 50004||US||2017|
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Human Sexual Response was an American new wave band formed in Boston, MA in 1978. The band broke up in 1982. Casey Cameron formed an all-kazoo band ("Kazoondheit") with her neighbors, among whom were Larry Bangor (aka Larry Soucy), Dini Lamot (brother of Larry and cousin to "Pecky" Lamot), and Windle Davis. The four became fast friends and soon formed an a cappella country-and-western band called Honey Bea and the Meadow Muffins, who played at parties and in the subway
Passport Records, Eat Records. Human Sexual Response. Supermegabot Music Concern LLC. SMBCD 50004.
Human Sexual Response-never heard this band’s music, but as they were a New Wave band I imagine I would probably like them. This cover is for Fig. 15, which is exactly the same cover as their album Fig. 14 (Fig. 15 is a reissue of that album. Human Sexual Response – Fig. 15 (cover). This entry was posted in (Anonymous, Unknown), Photography, Realism and tagged Humor and Satire, Music Album by Pip Starr.
Human Sexual Response (aka "HSR" or "The Humans") was a new wave band from Boston, Massachusetts from the late 70s through the early 80s. Their sound is difficult to categorize, being deliberately transgressive, but they were weird and fun and are remembered for their many exciting live shows, mainly on the . East and West Coasts. The band had four singers who sang in close harmonies and a great power trio backing them– guitar, bass, and drums.
A slightly retitled 1991 CD reissue of Human Sexual Response's 1980 debut, with one previously unreleased track appended ("Buttfuck" was a staple of the Boston group's live act, but it was deemed too plainspoken for the original vinyl release), Figure 15 is a classic album of American new wave. The group's odd structure (guitar, bass, drums, plus four singers) gives the album a unique, theatrical sound, like a low-budget community theatre production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown hijacked by graduates of the Kinsey Institute.
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Human Sexual Response (band). Boston, Massachusetts, United States Post-breakup. Human Sexual Response broke up in 1982. Casey dropped out of show business and worked as a content developer for Sun Microsystems in the Bay Area. She is the mother of Cameron Mesirow, who makes music as Glasser, originally based in Los Angeles, prior to her move to New York.