Rire: To Laugh, achieved the equivalent for music effortlessly with their two tracks, then disappeared; never to be heard of again. Such perfection cannot be repeated;to do so would harm this perfection, so the only road left is to retire.
Vision On, a name taken from a popular BBC programme for Deaf kids, never quiet achieve the heights (or lows) of Rire:To Laugh, but they do have a rather pleasant Joe Meek sounding organ,which is always something to admire methinks.
The Mudhutters could well have been real musicians trying to hide their ability;as was the trend of the day. A Proto-Ron Johnson Records sound is evident here,and a noble comparison that is by any standards?
Talking about 'Real' musicians, we have Dislocation dance to finish off this shared LP.
Still active today, and partly responsible around 1979 for the White boy Punky Funk avalanche of the early eighties. Also a favourite of the hipster kids of the early 21st century in the trendier parts of Brooklyn.
4 Ways Out was recorded at Croft Farm, High Legh; June 1980; on 2/4 track; by Mike Evans
4 Ways Out was produced and financed by the bands that appear on it
|A1||– Mud Hutters||National Interest|
|A2||– Mud Hutters||Final Action|
|A3||– Mud Hutters||Security|
|A4||– Rire: To Laugh||Another Shade In The Sky|
|A5||– Rire: To Laugh||Bacteria|
|B1||– Vision On||Judgement Day|
|B2||– Vision On||I Live For Then|
|B3||– Dislocation Dance||Warm Up|
|B4||– Dislocation Dance||G Bit|
B6 – Dislocation Dance Hiya
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