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- Instant Pleasure
- Electro Rock
- Nazi Apocalypse
- Mole Machine
- Bullet Proof Nothing
- Here Comes The Cyborgs (Part 1)
- Here Comes The Cyborgs (Part 2)
- Dance The Mutation
- Illegal Bodies
- Low Profile
- Little Sally
- Get My Thrills
- Yes I Do (live)
- Bullet Proof Nothing (live)
- Now's The Time For The Party (live)
- I Can Change My Mind (1978 single)
- She's A Dog (1978 single)
The 2003 re-issue of classic material from Canadian indie pioneers Simply Saucer.
Originally released in 1989 and compiled of material largely recorded in the 1970's, Cyborgs Revisited is a testament to a Canadian garage band that is almost as much legend as reality. A cult-classic in every sense of the word, this re-issue collects all of the original material along with demos and live cuts, all narrated by comprehensive liner notes out of respect to a forgotten Canadian indie gem.
March 06, 2005 - From the pages of the LONDON SUNDAY TIMES! - www.timesonline.co.uk
This collection of Simply Saucer's 1974 recordings represents that rare thing among rarities: an album nobody could reasonably be expected to have heard of that will soon become a touchstone for out-there musicians. Operating in the twin cultural wastelands of the mid-1970s and Hamilton, Ontario, Simply Saucer drew on the weirdest 1960s influences (the Stooges, Velvet Underground, Krautrock and Syd Barrett) to prefigure the finest noise-makers of the punk and post-punk eras. Fans of Sonic Youth, the Flaming Lips or the Dead C will hear their favourites foreshadowed here. Low Profile could have come off the Fall's brilliant 1978 debut, Live at the Witch Trials.