Dry Cleaning Ray

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Dry Cleaning Ray
EP by No-Man
Released May 1997
Genre Dance, Ambient
Length 41:59
Label 3rd Stone Ltd.
Producer Tim Bowness, Steven Wilson
No-Man chronology
Flowermix
(1995)
Dry Cleaning Ray
(1997)
Radio Sessions: 1992-96
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dry Cleaning Ray is a mini-album released by British Art rock band No-Man. It was intended to be a companion release to Wild Opera album, compiling reinterpretations and original songs stemming from the Wild Opera sessions.

In keeping with other No-Man releases, several tracks offer other uses of Steven Wilson's previously released music; in this case, "Jack the Sax" reuses the guitar progression from "Wake as Gun" (on the Porcupine Tree release Insignificance), while "Kightlinger" offers a different perspective on "The Colour of Air" (from The Sky Moves Sideways, also by Porcupine Tree).

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Bowness / Wilson, except Track 8, Serge Gainsbourg (translation: Mick Harvey). 

No. Title Length
1. "Dry Cleaning Ray" (remix edit) 7.24
2. "Sweetside Silver Night"   4.02
3. "Jack the Sax"   4.17
4. "Diet Mothers"   4.56
5. "Urban Disco"   3.17
6. "Punished for Being Born" (Muslimgauze mix of Housewives Hooked on Heroin) 2.18
7. "Kightlinger"   2.44
8. "Evelyn (Song of Slurs)"   4.04
9. "Sicknote"   8.57

Musicians[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Raggett, Ned. Dry Cleaning Ray - No-Man at AllMusic. Retrieved 28 November 2012.

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