Add Insult to Injury


Add Insult to Injury

To add insult to injury is a phrase meaning to compound a problem (or set of problems) with a further problem or problems.----Infobox Album | Name = Add Insult to Injury
Type = Album
Artist = Add N to (X)


Released = October 16, 2000
Recorded = ???
Genre = Electroclash
Length = 63:21
Label = Mute Records
Producer = Add N to (X)
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|4|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:v7ivad6kl8wj link]
Last album = "Avant Hard"
(1999)
This album = "Add Insult to Injury"
(2000)
Next album = "Loud Like Nature"
(2002) |

"Add Insult to Injury" is the fourth album by British electronic musicians Add N to (X). It was released on October 16, 2000 by Mute Records. The album is essentially two mini-albums fused together, as half was written and performed by Ann Shenton and Steve Claydon, while the other half was written and performed by Barry 7, with occasional help from Dean Honer from The All Seeing I.

Early prints of the album came with 'scratch and sniff' panels (it smelt of grass), and stickers.

Track listing

#"Adding N to X" (Claydon/Shenton) – 2:39
#"Brothel Charge" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 3:02
#"You Must Create" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 4:05
#"Kingdom of Shades" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 3:47
#"Monster Bobby" (Barry/Honer/Smith) – 4:03
#"Poke 'er 'ole" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 4:25
#"Plug Me In" (Barry/Honer/Smith) – 5:31
#"Hit for Cheese" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 3:05
#"MDMH (Miami Dust Mite Harvest)" (Allum/Claydon/Shenton) – 4:24
#"B.P. Perino" (Allum/Claydon/Honer/Shenton) – 6:51
#"Incinerator No. 1" (Barry/Smith) – 5:33
#"The Regent Is Dead" (Barry/Honer/Smith) – 15:56
#"Violent Breath"

"Violent Breath" is a bonus track.

Personnel

*Dave Williamson – Bass
*Joe Dilworth – Drums, Photography
*Rob Allum – Synthesizer, Bass, Percussion, Drums, Bass Pedals, Machines
*David Titlow – Photography
*Add N to (X) – Artwork
*Ann Shenton – Synthesizer, Flute, Arranger, Cello, Keyboards, Theremin, Vocals, Choir, Chorus, Moog Synthesizer, Producer, Mellotron, Korg Synthesizer, Mixing, Accompaniment, Arp 2600, Harmonica (Electric)
*Barry Seven – Synthesizer, Arranger, Celeste, Keyboards, Organ (Hammond), Stick, Clavinet, Moog Synthesizer, Producer, Engineer, Mellotron, Korg Synthesizer, Guitar Synth, Roland Synthesizer, Chords
*Steve Claydon – Synthesizer, Bass, Arranger, Cello, Keyboards, Stick, Vocals, Moog Synthesizer, Producer, Mellotron, Korg Synthesizer, Vocoder, Omnichord, Bass Pedals, Mixing, Throat, Accompaniment, Micro Moog
*Richard Hermitage – Management
*Ben Rymer – Vocals
*Dean Honer – Arranger
*Ross Orton – Drums

External links

* [http://www.mute.com/mute/releases/viewRelease.jsp?id=25202 Official page]


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