Release date: 07/14/2002
Expanded remaster of the classic album from Tuxedomoon lynchpin Blaine L. Reininger, originally issued by Les Disques du Crépuscule in 1984. On this, his first proper solo album, and touchstone work, Blaine was assisted by Sleepers guitarist Michael Belfer and recording engineer Gareth Jones. Other guest musicians include Steven Brown, Winston Tong and Marc Hollander.
The 10 core tracks include popular single Mystery and Confusion, and are joined by 6 bonus cuts. Crash, written by Reininger and Belfer in 1980 for Tuxedomoon, appears here in two versions, one a rare remix by The Residents. Full sleevenotes in booklet, with recollections by Blaine and Michael.
1. Night Air
2. Birthday Song
3. Beak People
4. Mystery and Confusion
6. Ash & Bone
7. L'Entrée de l'Hierophante
8. A Café au Lait for Mr XYZPTLK
9. Miraculous Absence
10. El Mensajero Divino
11. Mystery and Confusion (7" mix)
12. Bizarre Bizarre
13. Windy Outside
14. Broken Fingers
16. Crash (Residents Remix)
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