Recordings

Fetish 69 - Purge

1996

Phone intro on "Kickback" and spoken words on
"Waiting Room" by the New York painter/performing
artist Joe Coleman. Cover: detail of Waiting Room.

"JE + ILL and Joe Coleman" 45

1993

7-inch (33 rpm) Long Beach, CA: Sympathy for the Record Industry.

side A: “The JE + ILL and Joe Coleman Intro” and “Kiss & Kill & Run Away”; side B: “Kiss & Kill & Tell” (sung by Coleman).

Songs written and produced by JE + ILL (“Kiss & Kill & Tell” written by JE + ILL and Joe Coleman).
Recorded “live at home,” Vienna, May 1993 Illustrated full-color sleeve by Coleman (see illo., p. 221).

JE + ILL and Joe Coleman

1993

Long Beach, CA: Sympathy for the Record Industry, 1993. Illustrated full-color sleeve by Coleman.

Infernal Machine: Joe Coleman picture disc

1990

London/NY: Blast First Records.

Picture disk featuring details two sides, Portrait of Professor Mombooze-o (1986) (full painting featured on sleeve).

Side one: Homage to Mass Murderers; Side two: Infernal Machine, including Steel Tips recorded live in the “mid-70s”; plus 12-page full-color insert with introductory declaration by Tony Fitzpatrick: “Joe Coleman: Our Night Watchman.”

Steel Tips 45

1978

Maxfield Studios, Edison, New Jersey.
“96 Tears”/“Krazy Baby.” Produced by the Tips (Stanley Du Thomas, Mi-Kel McDonnell, Patrick McDonnell, Karen Ann Ooch, Tom O’Leary, Joe Coleman).

White-paper die-cut sleeve, stamped with group’s name and (sometimes) song titles; label includes black and white pics of band members (Coleman, O’Leary, Ooch on the B side); also comes with Steel Tips sticker (white or yellow).