Here's the rearranged notes from the original version of Trouble, we'll get it updated to include all the new material as everything unfolds.
01 (I’m Making) No Noise (1989) from Asleep on the Carts
06 Cash Out
07 Change Your Fuckin' Answering Machine (1988) from War Measures Act
09 Demonstrating Modern Music (1990) single, also from Honourable Mentions : Solid Brass Hits
10 Diamond Dust
11 Farmer in the Dell/The Cheese Swings Solo (1994) from As Is
14 Hey Doggie Doggie
15 How to Peel Onions (Dear Listeners edit)
16 Hunt Down & Punish (long version) (9/13/2001) from HD&P CD single
17 I Know My Invisible Friends Are Real
18 Indian Ned's Song
19 It Was Tuesday Night (with Ex- Rev John Poo Poo Bleeding Bear Von Higham) (1990) from Next Best
26 Mr. Yongy Bongy Bo (1987) from Level Best
27 Nanook Sketch 01
28 Never Walk Alone
29 Noodle Ring Again (1998) from abandoned album Noodle Ring Again
Mannlicher Carcano’s economical harmonic chroma are a holier amino, an oneiric lace corona, an anarchic alcaholic mariachi choir. No ear in hell can roar nearer or reach a more cranial home. In a one-in-a- million hole-in-one, an oracle can hear Mannlicher Carcano, an oracle can learn Carcano lore, an oracle can remain alone. All lie: no omen.
36 (It's) Time to Smash Things Up(for Mike Kelley)
37 War Measures Act (T3 remix) (1993/2003) from War Measures Act
38 What the Arthur Fuck (1988) from Level Best
39 Why Are We Taping This? (1992) from As Is
After 49 hours of continuous audio collage improvisation, Mannlicher wound down their longest epic to date with this startlingly unpremeditated dénouement, which provided conceptual and melodic closure to the now legendary Thunder Bay Sessions performances. Turntable, typewriter, and a loaner organ from the former cult members that wound up coming home with us. That’s a lot of winding up for such a delicate mechanism as Mannlicher Carcano. But rest assured, they are guaranteed for the life of the watch!