Don't Fear the Reaper (EP)
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|Don't Fear the Reaper|
|EP by Clint Ruin and Lydia Lunch|
|Recorded||B.C., New York and Self Immolation Studios, Brooklyn|
|J. G. Thirlwell chronology|
|Lydia Lunch chronology|
Don't Fear the Reaper, the second EP by the duo of Clint Ruin (also known as J. G. Thirlwell) and Lydia Lunch, finds the pair taking on classic covers and new songs in equal measure. The 1991 disc's title track is Ruin and Lunch's take on the Blue Öyster Cult hit (the other cover sees them reconfiguring The Beatles).
|1.||"Don't Fear the Reaper"||Donald Roeser||5:16|
|2.||"Clinch"||Lydia Lunch, Clint Ruin||4:24|
|4.||"Why Don't We Do It in the Road?"||Lennon–McCartney||3:31|
- "Serpentine" is a vocal version of "Transcendental Moonshine" from Steroid Maximus' ¡Quilombo!.
Personnel and production
- Clint Ruin – Performance, production, recording (2–4), engineering (2–4)
- Lydia Lunch – Performance
- Martin Bisi – Recording (1), engineering (1)
- "Don't Fear the Reaper". Allmusic. Retrieved February 23, 2013.