Subsequent Pleasures

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Subsequent Pleasures
Xymox Subsequent Pleasures.jpg
EP by
Released1983
GenrePost-punk, gothic rock, dark wave
LabelSelf-released
ProducerXymox
Clan of Xymox chronology
Subsequent Pleasures
(1983)
Clan of Xymox
(1985)

Subsequent Pleasures is the first mini-album by Dutch dark wave band Clan of Xymox, self-released in 1983 under the band's original name Xymox.[1][2]

It was limited to 500 copies, with most destroyed by the band, so very few copies remain in existence. The EP was later reissued, bolstered with six additional demo tracks, by Pandailectric (1994, Germany), Pseudonym (1994, Benelux), Pandaimonium Records (2001, Germany) and Metropolis Records (2001, US). "Moscovite Musquito" was listed as "Muscoviet Musquito" on these reissues.

The original artwork and sleeve design were by Anke Wolbert, with all 500 copies screen-printed by hand.[1][3]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Going Round"Ronny Moorings4:38
2."Moscovite Musquito"Moorings, Pieter Nooten, Anka Wolbert4:32
3."Strange 9 to 9"Moorings4:33
4."Call It Weird"Moorings, Wolbert3:50
5."Abysmal Thoughts"Moorings4:33

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mic (7 March 2011). "(Clan of) XYMOX – Subsequent Pleasures 1983 – 1985 (Biographie Teil 1/5)". Unruhr. Retrieved 31 July 2011.
  2. ^ Sutton, Michael. "Clan of Xymox: Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved 1 January 2011.
  3. ^ Matzke, Peter (2002). Gothic: II. Die internationali Szene aus der Sichet ihrer Macher: Volume 2. Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf. ISBN 3-89602-396-9.