The Last Man to Fly

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The Last Man to Fly
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Studio album by The Tear Garden
Released 1992
Genre Psychedelic
Length 1:13:17
Label Nettwerk
The Tear Garden chronology
Tired Eyes Slowly Burning
(1987)Tired Eyes Slowly Burning1987
The Last Man to Fly
(1992)
To Be an Angel Blind, the Crippled Soul Divide
(1996)To Be an Angel Blind, the Crippled Soul Divide1996
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The Last Man to Fly is The Tear Garden's second full release, released five years after the first.

This time cEvin Key's band mate D. Rudolph Goettel from Skinny Puppy became a permanent member of The Tear Garden. Also joining the band were The Silverman, Ryan Moore, and Martijn de Kleer from Edward Ka-Spel's own The Legendary Pink Dots, expanding the band from simply being an Edward and cEvin duo (with guests), as the previous release was.

Accompanying this release is their second EP, Sheila Liked the Rodeo.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hyperform" – 5:12
  2. "The Running Man" – 8:22
  3. "Turn Me On, Dead Man" – 6:37
  4. "Romulus and Venus" – 6:08
  5. "The Great Lie" – 4:49
  6. "Empathy with the Devil" – 7:52
  7. "Circles in the Sand" – 3:27
  8. "Love Notes & Carnations" – 5:19
  9. "A Ship Named 'Despair'" – 3:41
  10. "White Coats and Haloes" – 2:19
  11. "Isis Veiled" – 3:22
  12. "Last Post" – 8:58
  13. "3-D Technicolour Scrambled Egg / Trip Down the Hell-Hole (with Canary)" – 7:09

Notes[edit]

Personnel:

Engineered by Ken Marshall at Mushroom in August 1991.

Edited by Anthony Valcic.