For They Know Not What They Do

One Little Indian Records
Release date
5 May 1994
Running length
13 tracks
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1 The Future Free 1:51 9,143
2 Belittled and Beaten Down 2:58 2,745
3 Sleeping With Heaven 3:25 2,935
4 Love Me Forever 2:20 3,415
5 Candy Floss 2:18 3,256
6 Life Tomorrow 3:27 2,641
7 Zebra Head 1:48 2,708
8 Unit Shifter 3:07 2,348
9 Diamond of the Desert 3:10 2,599
10 Mosquito 2:49 2,935
11 Greatest God's Divine 2:30 2,722
12 Voice for a Generation 3:04 2,142
13 Looking for an Angel 20:18 1,625

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  • crownanchor

    Great album.

    27 Sep 2012 Reply
  • drummchimp

    i can tell you where to find them..on soulseek...

    22 Feb 2011 Reply
  • Lex1334

    the You're Gruesome EP with Crispin's vocals that became DVQ - I couldn't really tell you specifically where to find said demos though I have a fair few

    17 Nov 2010 Reply
  • infinitegames

    What is the one that is completely forgotten? And where can we find the demos that you're talking about?

    7 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Lex1334

    There were three different lineups of Daisy Chainsaw - one is just completely forgotten and another, this one, is always compared to KatieJane. I find that fairly saddening. It's a great album in itself and that's all that really matters. As it is, if you listen to any early Daisy Chainsaw demos like Upmanship Down or Killing Game or From Violence With Love, KatieJane's vocals started off very similar to Belinda's in this anyway.

    19 Jul 2008 Reply
  • beketaten

    This is great too, but the lack of KatieJane-ness makes it kind of excrutiating.

    13 Oct 2007 Reply

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