Landscape - Discography

Compiled by Vladimir Kruglov
Copyright (2004)
Last update on 01/03/2007.

This list`s based on Landscape discography created by Jonas Warstad (discog.info), information used
by a kind permission. Other sources were on-line record stores: eil.com and GEMM (db5.gemm.com) and
Wikipedia.org.

The discography may have some incomplete places and|or omissions so if you think you have something
to add or correct in it (info, links, credits...), please feel free to e-mail me here:

    80`s Discogs (fadingeuropeans@mail.ru)

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Landscape: U2XMe1X2Much
  [1977] live recording

    SP: 1977 UK (Event Horizon Enterprises; EVE 137) [ps]

        A - 6.40    U2XMe1X2Much
        B - 3.40    Don`t Gimme No Rebop
            5.30    Sixteen

  [Line-up:
    Andy Pask (Bass)
    Richard Burgess (Drums)
    Peter Thoms (electric trombone)
    Christopher Heaton (electric piano)
    John Walters (electric soprano sax & alto flute)
    Recorded live at the Stapleton (side A) and the Swan (side B), London, July 1977.]
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Landscape: Worker`s Playtime
  [1978] single

    SP: 1978 UK (Event Horizon Enterprises; EVE 139) [ps]

        A - 3.26    Worker`s Playtime
        B - 4.10    Nearly Normal
            5.55    Too Many Questions (Don`t Ask Why)

Note: Side A recorded live by the Event Horizon Mobile a coincident pair of microphones direct into
      a stereo machine. There were no overdubs and no remixing.
      Side B was recorded at Southern Studios.
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Landscape: Japan
  [1979] single

    SP: 1979 UK (RCA; PB 5183) [plain sleeve]

        A - 3.11    Japan
        B - 3.37    Gotham City
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Landscape: Sonja Henie
  [1979] single

    SP: 1979 UK (RCA; PB 5259)

        A - 3.28    Sonja Henie
        B - 3.03    Wandsworth Plain

    SP: 1980 US (RCA; JB 12055) [promo]

        A - 3.28    Sonja Henie
        B - 3.40    Neddy Sindrum
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Landscape: Landscape
  [February 1980] album

    LP: 1980 UK (RCA; PL 25248) [ps with insert]
    LP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCALP 3034) [reissue]
    MC: 1981 UK (RCA; RCAK 3034)

        A - 3.11    Japan
            4.05    Lost in the Small Ads
            3.24    The Mechanical Bride
            3.40    Neddy Sindrum
            3.46    Kaptin Whorlix
        B - 3.28    Sonja Henie
            3.25    Many`s the Time
            3.36    Highly Suspicious
            3.37    Gotham City
            3.03    Wandsworth Plain

  [Recording line-up:
    Richard James Burgess (Pearl Drums, SDS-3 Drums Synthesizer, Acoustic Percussion, Moog Drum)
    Christopher Heaton (Yamaha CS-80 Polyphonic Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes Piano, Grand Piano,
Roland Chorus Echo)
    Andy Pask (Fretless & Fretted Griffin Basses)
    Peter Thoms (Trombone, Electric Trombone)
    John L. Walters (Soprano Sax, Flute, Lyricon)
    Recorded at Utopia, the Manor & Audio International, Summer 1979.
    Produced and engineered by Greg Walsh.
    Additional engineering by Peter Walsh & Richard Mainwaring.
    Assistant engineers - Marlis Duncklau, Simon Hurrell.
    Graphics by John Warwicker Le Breton.]
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Landscape: European Man
  [March 1980] single

    SP: 1980 UK (RCA; EDM 1) [ps] [black/silver sleeve design]
    SP: 1980 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; PB 5233)

        A - 3.37    European Man (single version)
        B - 3.23    The Mechanical Bride

    EP: 1981 UK (RCA; EDMT 1) [ps] [reissue]
    EP: 1981 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; PC 5433) [ps]
    MC: 1981 UK (RCA; RCAC ???)

        A - 6.33    European Man (disco remix)
        B - 3.22    The Mechanical Bride

  [Video for 09/1981 reissue directed by Simon Milne]
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Landscape: Einstein a Go-Go
  [February 1981] single

    SP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCA 22) [company sleeve] [also in plain sleeve]
    SP: 1981 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; PB 5307)

        A - 2.58    Einstein a Go-Go (single edit)
        B - 3.09    New Religion

    SP: 1981 IT (RCA; ???)

        A - 3.00    Einstein a Go-Go
        B - 3.37    European Man

    EP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCAT 22) [stickered die-cut sleeve]
    EP: 1981 CA (RCA; PB 12248)
    EP: 1981 US (RCA; PD 12248)

        A - 5.28    Einstein a Go-Go (extended version)
        B - 5.05    Japan (extended version)

  [Video directed by Brian Grant]

  [Links:
    ChartWatch.co.uk
    CommercialBreaksandBeats.co.uk
    RateYourMusic.com]
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Landscape: From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus
  [March 1981] album

    LP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCALP 5003) [with printed stickered inner]
    LP: 1981 AU (RCA Victor; VPL 1-7397)
    LP: 1981 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; 25328)
    LP: 1981 JP (RCA; EMS 91081) [white label promo sample LP] [ps with lyric insert]
    LP: 1981 US (RCA; AFL 1-4056) [black label] [credits sleeve]
    MC: 1981 UK (RCA; RCAK 5003)

        A - 4.20    European Man
            3.23    Shake the West Awake
            2.57    Computer Person
            1.36    Alpine Tragedy
            3.06    Sisters
            3.26    Face of the 80`s
            3.12    New Religion
        B - 2.59    Einstein a-Go-Go
            5.36    Norman Bates
            5.23    The Doll`s House
            7.24    From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus
                Part I - Beguine [2.40]
                Part II - Mambo [2.19]
                Part III - Tango [2.28]

  [Credits (detailed):
    Richard James Burgess (Vocals, Electronic & Acoustic Percussion, Synthesizers, Computers)
    Christopher Heaton (Vocals, Keyboards)
    Andy Pask (Vocals, Bass Synthesizer, Fretless & Fretted Bass Guitars)
    Peter Thoms (Vocals, Electric, Electronic & Acoustic Trombones)
    John J. Walters (Vocals, Wind Synthesizer, Flute, Soprano Sax, Computer Programming)
    Narration on
«Norman Bates» by Peter Marinker. Screams by Mary Baird.
    Recorded Summer 1980.
    Produced by Landscape for
«Event Horizon Enterprises» except track 1 produced by Landscape &
Colin Thurston.
    Artwork by Carol McNicoli. Cover photography by Ray Massey. Band photography by Paul Cox.]

  [Reviews:
    Discogs.com]
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Landscape: Norman Bates
  [May 1981] single

    SP: 1981 UK (RCA; DJRCA 60) [promo]

        A - 5.36    Norman Bates
        B - 3.38    Norman Bates (without narrative)

    SP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCA 60) [ps]
    SP: 1981 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; PB 5345) [ps]

        A - 3.38    Norman Bates (7” mix)
        B - 2.28    From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... (Part III - Tango)

    EP: 1981 UK (RCA; RCAT 60) [ps]

        A - 3.45    Norman Bates (12” mix)
        B - 7.24    From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus

  [Video directed by Brian Grant]
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Landscape: It`s Not My Real Name
  [February 1982] single

    SP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCA 186) [ps]

        A - 3.07    It`s Not My Real Name (7” mix)
        B - 2.43    Mistaken Identity

    SP: 1982 NZ (RCA Victor; 104083)

        A - 3.07    It`s Not My Real Name (7” mix)
        B - 4.25    Manhattan Boogie-Woogie

    SP: 1982 US (RCA; JH 13289) [DJ promo]

        A - 3.07    It`s Not My Real Name (stereo)
        B - 3.07    It`s Not My Real Name (mono)

    EP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCAT 186) [red label test pressing]
    EP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCAT 186) [ps]

        A - 5.16    It`s Not My Real Name
        B - 3.42    (A Case of) Mistaken Identity

    EP: 1982 US (RCA; JD 13296) [DJ white label promo]

        A - 6.49    It`s Not My Real Name (David Carpin remix)
        B - 4.30    Manhattan Boogie-Woogie
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Landscape: Eastern Girls
  [May 1982] single

    SP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCA 219) [ps]

        A - 3.11    Eastern Girls
        B - 2.56    Back on Your Heads (7” version)

    EP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCAT 219) [ps]

        A - 6.30    Eastern Girls (dance mix)
        B - 5.41    Back on Your Heads (12” version)
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Landscape: Manhattan Boogie-Woogie
  [July 1982] album

    LP: 1982 UK (RCA; RCALP 6037) [with lyric insert]
    LP: 1982 CA (RCA; NFL 18028) [insert with lyrics]
    LP: 1982 DE (RCA Schallplatten GmbH; PL 25426)
    LP: 1982 US (RCA; AFL 1-8028) [with inner]
    LP: 1982 NZ (RCA Victor; VPL ???)
    MC: 1982 UK (RCA; RCAK 6037)

        A - 4.05    One Rule for the Rich
            4.25    Manhattan Boogie-Woogie
            3.40    Color Code (Tell Me Something New)
            4.38    The Long Way Home
        B - 5.12    It`s Not My Real Name
            4.00    Bad Times
            3.11    Eastern Girls
            3.33    When You Leave Your Lover

  [Credits:
    Richard James Burgess (Drums, Drums Electronica, Vocals, Computer Programming)
    Christopher Heaton (Synthesizers, Piano, Minimoog, Vocals)
    Andy Pask (Bass, Fretless Bass, Vocals)
    Peter Thoms (Electric Trombone, Trombone, Vocals)
    John L. Walters (Lyricon, Soprano Sax, Vocals, Computer Programming)
    Bashiri Johnson (Percussion)
    Steve Love (Guitar)
    Steve Robbins (Synthesizer)
    Written and produced by Landscape for
«Event Horizon Enterprises».
    Engineered at Utopia & Alvic Studios by Andy Jackson, Mike Gregovich, Neil Black, Pete Smith
& Richard James Burgess.
    Designed by Ian Wright. Art direction by Andrew Christian. Photography by Brian Aris.]
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Landscape III: So Good, So Pure, So Kind
  [February 1983] single

    SP: 1983 UK (RCA; RCA 311) [ps]

        A - 3.30    So Good, So Pure, So Kind (single version)
        B - x.xx    The Fabulous Neutrinos (7” version)

    EP: 1983 UK (RCA; RCAT 311) [ps]

        A - 4.17    So Good, So Pure, So Kind (extended version)
        B - 5.32    The Fabulous Neutrinos (extended club version)

  [Landscape III line-up:
    Richard James Burgess (Vocals, Percussion, Synthesizer)
    Andy Pask (Bass Guitars)
    John L. Walters (Keyboards, Wind instruments)]

  [Video directed by Mike Brady]
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Landscape III: You Know How to Hurt Me
  [April 1983] single

    SP: 1983 UK (RCA; RCA 333) [ps]
    SP: 1983 DE (RCA Schallplattne GmbH; PB 68059)

        A - 3.35    You Know How to Hurt Me (single version)
        B - 2.46    Feel So Right (7” version)

    EP: 1983 UK (RCA; RCAT 333) [ps]
    EP: 1983 DE (RCA; PC 68070) [ps]

        A - 6.44    You Know How to Hurt Me (dance version)
        B - 4.42    Feel So Right (12” version)
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Landscape: Einstein a-Go-Go
  [March 1989] single

    EP: 1989 UK (Old Gold; OG 4113)

        A - 5.28    Einstein a-Go-Go (extended version)
        B - 3.45    Norman Bates (12” mix)
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Landscape: 2 on 1 - From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... + Landscape
  [July 1992] double-album reissue

    CD: 1992 UK (Mau Mau; MAUCD 618) [ps]

            4.20    European Man
            3.23    Shake the West Awake
            2.57    Computer Person
            4.44    Alpine Tragedy / Sisters
            3.26    Face of the 80`s
            3.12    New Religion
            2.59    Einstein a-Go-Go
            5.36    Norman Bates
            5.23    The Doll`s House
            7.24    From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus
            3.11    Japan
            4.05    Lost in the Small Ads
            3.24    The Mechanical Bride
            3.40    Neddy Sindrum
            3.46    Kaptin Whorlix
            3.28    Sonja Henie
            3.25    Many`s the Time
            3.36    Highly Suspicious
            3.37    Gotham City
            3.03    Wandsworth Plain

  [Reviews:
    Amazon.com
    Awrc.com
    a small piece at Tangents.co.uk]
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Landscape: From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus
  [April 2002] reissue album

    CD: 2002 UK (Cherry Red; CDMRED 209) [ps] [with bonus tracks]

            4.23    European Man
            3.26    Shake the West Awake
            3.00    Computer Person
            1.36    Alpine Tragedy
            3.10    Sisters
            3.29    Face of the 80`s
            3.15    New Religion
            3.26    Einstein a-Go-Go
            5.07    Norman Bates
            5.19    The Doll`s House
            7.41    From the Tea-Rooms of Mars... to the Hell-Holes of Uranus
  [Bonus Tracks:]
            3.16    Eastern Girls
            5.24    It`s Not My Real Name
            4.26    So Good, So Pure, So Kind (extended version)
            6.51    You Know How to Hurt Me (extended version)

  [Reviews:
    AllMusic.com
    CherryRed.co.uk
    RateYourMusic.com
    RemembertheEighties.com]

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