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Biscuits (EP)

Biscuits
EP by Living Colour
Released July 16, 1991
Recorded Various
Genre Heavy metal, funk metal
Length 30:21
Label Epic
Producer Ron St. Germain,
Ed Stasium
Living Colour chronology
Time's Up
(1990)
Biscuits
(1991)
Stain
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]
Robert Christgau [2]
Entertainment Weekly B[3]
Rolling Stone [4]

Biscuits was an EP of live and unreleased cuts by Living Colour, released on July 16, 1991. The Sony Music Japan edition of this disc had nine extra tracks not available on the international editions, making Biscuits a compilation album. As of 2011, the EP is out of print and problems with the rights ownership make a reissue unlikely. This is the final Living Colour release to feature Muzz Skillings on bass.

Contents

  • Track listing (EP) 1
  • Track listing (Japan) 2
  • Personnel 3
  • Production 4
  • Charts 5
  • References 6

Track listing (EP)

  1. "Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothing" (James Brown/Bobby Byrd) - 4:02
  2. "Desperate People" (Calhoun/Glover/Reid/Skillings) - 5:34
  3. "Love and Happiness" (Green/Hodges) - 5:07
    • Previously unreleased, recorded in April 1990 during the sessions of the Time's Up album.
  4. "Memories Can't Wait" (Byrne, Harrison) - 5:06
  5. "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" (Hendrix) - 5:30
  6. "Money Talks" (Reid) - 5:02
    • Previously unreleased, recorded in April 1990 during the sessions of the Time's Up album.

Track listing (Japan)

  1. "Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothing" (Brown)
  2. "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" (Hendrix)
    • 1-2 previously unreleased, recorded in New York City in May 1991.
  3. "Money Talks" (Reid)
  4. "Love and Happiness" (Green/Hodges)
  5. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" (Jones/Mellor/Headon/Simonon)
    • 3-5 previously unreleased, recorded in April 1990 during the sessions of the Time's Up album.
  6. "Love Rears Its Ugly Head" (Soulpower US Mix) (Reid)
  7. "Desperate People" (Reid/Calhoun/Glover/Skillings)
  8. "Final Solution" (Live) (Herman/Krauss/Thomas/Malmore/Ravenstine)
  9. "Middle Man" (Live) (Reid/Glover)
    • 8-9 Recorded live at Cabaret Metro in Chicago on November 9, 1990.
  10. "Memories Can't Wait" (Byrne, Harrison)
  11. "Information Overload" (Live) (Reid)
    • Recorded live at Cabaret Metro in Chicago on November 9, 1990.
  12. "The Ocean" (Live) (Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham)
  13. "Sailin' On" (Live) (Bad Brains)
  14. "Type" (Live) (Reid)
    • Recorded live at Electric Ladyland Studios, December 15, 1990.
  15. "Solace of You" (Live) (Glover/Reid)
    • Recorded live at Cabaret Metro in Chicago on November 9, 1990.

Personnel

Additional personnel

Production

  • Producers: Ron Saint Germain, Ed Stasium
  • Engineer: Lolly Grodner, Paul Hamingson
  • Mastering: Bob Ludwig
  • Art direction: Mark Burdett, Stacy Drummond
  • Photography: Gene Ambo, Hideo Oida, Charles Purvis, David Tan
  • Recording technician: Dennis Thompson

Charts

Album
Year Chart Position
1991 The Billboard 200 110
Singles
Year Single Chart Position
1991 "Talkin' Loud and Sayin' Nothing" Modern Rock Tracks 12

References

  1. ^ "Biscuits - Living Colour".  
  2. ^ "CG: Artist 817".  
  3. ^ "Biscuits Review".  
  4. ^ The new Rolling Stone album guide.  
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