1/  Heaven                                     (Carson,Fier,Skopelitis)      9.02
      (You Have To Be In Hell To See Heaven)
      Mix translation by Bill Laswell
  2/  No Skin                                    (Carson,Fier)                 5.56
      (Tempting Fate)
      Remixed by Bandulu
  3/  Gun/ Little Suicides                       (LC,AF,Skopelitis/LC,Fier)    11.13
      (Brown Stain Walls, Red Jelly Corners)
      Remixed by Terre Thaemlitz
  4/  No Skin                                    (Carson,Fier)                 6.54
      (Cold Spells)
      Remixed by Bandulu
  5/  No Skin                                    (Carson,Fier)                 9.10
      (Aural Circumcision)
      Remixed by Terre Thaemlitz
  6/  No Skin                                    (Carson,Fier)                 8.07
      (Funky Hornsey)
      Remixed by Bandulu

          Recorded and mixed at Greenpoint Studio, Brooklyn, New York
          Recorded by Oz Fritz, Bruce Calder, Gary Rindfuss, Rich Costey and Matt Stein
          Mix engineers: Oz Fritz and Matt Stein
          Digital editing: Andy Vandette
          Produced by Anton Fier
          Mastered by Greg Calbi
Lori Carson: acoustic guitar, vocals; Knox Chandler: electric guitar; Bootsy Collins: rhythm guitar; Anton Fier: drums, programming, loops, etc; Lydia Kavanagh: vocals; Amanda Kramer: keyboards; Bill Laswell: bass; Nicky Skopelitis: 6 & 12 string electric guitar.

          1995 - Restless Records (USA), 7 72790-2 (CD)
Note: The original versions can be found on the album 'Pure'.


No Thought, No Breath, No Eyes, No Heart is the remixed accompaniment to The Golden Palominos’ outstanding album Pure. While Bill Laswell’s mix of “Heaven” adds some odd piano chords and generally just stretches things out, Bandulu’s Tempting Fate mix of “No Skin” turns the track into a banger (with the looped vocals adding a bit of eeriness. Their Cold Spells and Funky Hornsey mixes go for dub textures less aimed at the dancefloor. Terre Thaemlitz merges “Gun” and “Little Suicides,” reforming a guitar riff and vocal snippets into drifting ambience. And his Aural Circumcision mix of “No Skin” is all whirls and drones. This EP is an outstanding example of what remixes (and remixers) can achieve.

scoundrel (courtesy of the Discogs website)