Was dat niet die gast van One In A Milion?quote:
Yup en dat zou idd wel een reden geweest kunnen zijn.quote:
Ze zijn in ieder geval ge-eindigd als Undeclinable Ambuscade dit jaar, met Erik van One In A Million op gitaar dit keer.....quote:
Zijn ze ook andere muziek gaan maken? Want die nieuwe naam past echt niet bij hun muziek.quote:
Van White Rabbit naar We Built This City....quote:
Identiek gevalletje met de Nederlandse dance-act The Source, die zich noodgedwongen The Course ging noemen, nadat de Engelse The Source (bekend van You Got The Love) had geklaagd.quote:
Oh, ik dacht dat dit hetzelfde topic wasquote:
Jim Thirlwell dan ook maar even noemenquote:
quote:Thirlwell has released singles as Foetus Under Glass, Phillip & His Foetus Vibrations, Foetus Over Frisco, Foetus Art Terrorism, You've Got Foetus on Your Breath, Foetus Über Frisco, The Foetus All Nude Revue, Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel, Foetus, Inc., and Foetus.
In terms of full-length studio albums, Thirlwell has issued material as Scraping Foetus Off The Wheel, You've Got Foetus on Your Breath, and Foetus, as well as Foetus Interruptus and The Foetus Symphony Orchestra. Live albums have been credited to Foetus and Foetus, Inc., as well as Foetus Corruptus and Foetus in Excelsis Corruptus Deluxe.
Other name variations exist, but are more difficult to come by. A 1981 compilation appearance credits the artist as Foetus in Your Bed. Two previously unreleased tracks on the 1989 compilation Sink are credited to Foetus Eruptus. A guest appearance on Marc Almond's 1983 Marc and the Mambas album is credited to Jim Foetus and The Transvestites From Hell.
Finally, in 1985, the band issued a box in which to house their various releases; the box contained no music, but was credited to The Foetus Of Excellence. The front cover also listed the various Foetus-based aliases under which Thirlwell had recorded, and would record in the future. In addition to almost all the above names, three name variations were included that have not (to date) issued any material: Foetus Über Alles, Foetus Flesh and Foetus On The Beach. Foetus On The Beach was scheduled to release a triple album in 1985, and even had a catalogue number assigned to the project, but the work remains unissued