The only track that does not appear anywhere but on Beeswax is the extended version of “Hang On To The Night” which is only 6 seconds longer than the version on the White Music album. Haydn Bendall and Nick Davis produced Apple Venus Volume 1.Here's a breakdown of where to find the tracks from these albums (if you are unable to find the CD re-issues): Waxworks: Some Singles 1977-1982 Where to find it: Science Friction White Music Are You Receiving Me? Nick Davis co-produced Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2) with XTC. For a longer answer, see the Chalkhills Cover Versions page.John A Lane adds: The "ludicrous New York radio station" is WBAI FM a Pacifica Foundation left-wing listener-sponsored station. Dave Mattacks, from Fairport Convention, drums on Nonsvch.This is the ONLY station in NY that would ever play that sort of song! Brian Doherty drums on “Cherry In Your Tree”, from the Carmen Sandiego Out Of This World compilation album.
And now you can get Fossil Fuel - The XTC Singles 1977-92, which contains all of Waxworks and The Compact XTC and also includes the singles from Skylarking (“Grass”, “The Meeting Place” and “Dear God”), Oranges & Lemons (“The Mayor Of Simpleton”, “King For A Day” and “The Loving”), and Nonsuch (“The Disappointed”, “The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead” and “Wrapped In Grey”).This page contains the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) often seen in Chalkhills, The XTC Fans Mail List and on Facebook.It is posted to provide hard-to-find information of general interest. While some information included herein is not copyright and may be used without permission, the compilation of this information in this document in this format is copyright and may not be published in any form whatsoever without the permission of the author. This document may be distributed electronically and otherwise if and only if the entire copyright notice and attributions are included. Ian E and Paul Culnane pointed out this unsettling comment from Andy Partridge in the December issue of MOJO magazine: “I speak of XTC in the past tense.A few copies of the first three volumes of Wonderland are still available.For details, please contact Shigemasa Fujimoto at . For still deeper historical details including early demos, gigs and concert bootlegs, get the Chain Of Command booklet from Martin Fuchs, Stuevestraße 9, D-30173 Hannover, Germany.