PERE UBU DANCE!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Pere Ubu Top Selling Release: Annotated Modern Dance Out Now On hearpen.com Chicago, IL, August 10, 2010 Pere Ubu¹s recent live recording of their classic early material (dating back to 1976), Annotated Modern Dance, is now available digitally via Hearpen Records. The online-only record store, hearpen.com, is administered by Smog Veil Records. The material on this release was recorded live at the 10th Anniversary of the Beachland Ballroom on March 5, 2010. It features Pere Ubu¹s original guitar player Tom Herman <http://www.benchmarkemail.com/c/l?A6-140206232> in a rare return to the band and live music. The band performs The Modern Dance in its entirety plus the early Hearpen singles. David Thomas, Pere Ubu founder and front man explains ³Tom Herman came out of retirement to play this special show in honor of the Beachland Ballroom¹s 10th Anniversary. It was a fired-up performance of The Modern Dance album in its entirety playing some songs that we¹ve not done live for nearly 35 years." The line-up is David Thomas on vocals; Tom Herman on guitar, backing vocals; Robert Wheeler on EML synthesizer; Michele Temple on bass, backing vocals; Steve Mehlman on drums, backing vocals. The fifteen tracks on Annotated Modern Dance are: 1. "Final Solution," 2. "Non-alignment Pact," 3. "Modern Dance," 4. "Laughing," 5. "Street Waves," 6. "Chinese Radiation," 7. "Life Stinks," 8. "Real World," 9. "Over My Head," 10. "Sentimental Journey," 11. "Humor Me," 12. "30 Seconds Over Tokyo," 13. "Heart Of Darkness," 14. "My Dark Ages" and 15. "Heaven." Visit Pere Ubu online at ubuprojex.net <http://www.benchmarkemail.com/c/l?A6-140206241> and the labels online at hearpen.com <http://www.benchmarkemail.com/c/l?A6-140206244> and SmogVeil.com <http://www.benchmarkemail.com/c/l?A6-140206260> . Smog Veil Records was founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1991. The label is distributed by Revolver, CTD, Sonic Unyon, Forced Exposure, Get Hip, IODA and Code 7/Plastic Head. The label roster includes Batusis (featuring Cheetah Chrome and Sylvain Sylvain), Prisoners, This Moment In Black History, Pere Ubu, Complaints Choir, Peter Laughner, Tin Huey, Easter Monkeys, Pistol Whip, Unknown Instructors, The Pagans, Teacher¹s Pet, Thor, Rocket From The Tombs, Amps II Eleven, New Christs (featuring Rob Younger of Radio Birdman) and Rubber City Rebels. Visit the label online at SmogVeil.com.