Tamlin
Details
1994 12" UK Durtro DURTRO025
2000 Black vinyl numbered copies in gatefold sleeve
Lyrics/Poster
1994 12" UK Durtro DURTRO025
20 Black vinyl signed and numbered test pressing
Insert listing recipients
Track Listing
Side 1
  1. Tamlin [durtro100]
Side 2
  1. How the Great Satanic Glory Faded [durtro100]
Vinyl Etchings
Side 1: NIGHT; PERCHANCE OF DEATH, BUT CERTAINLY OF NIGHT
Side 2: BUT O HOW FALLEN! HOW CHANGED FROM HIM, WHO IN THE HAPPY REALMS OF LIGHT CLOTHED WITH TRANSLUCENT BRIGHTNESS DIDST OUTSHINE MYRIADS THOUGH BRIGHT.
Personnel
Michael Cashmore
Nick Saloman
David Kenny
Sleeve Notes
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" details how Lucifer and Lucifera in their male and female forms appeared to me as they lamented their Fall from Heaven. Current 93 once when they were young oh once when they were so young: David Michael Tibet - vocals; Michael Cashmore - acousitc guitars, bass and whistles; Nicholas Saloman - electric guitar and electric dulcimer; Steven Stapleton - he has the whole wide world and a snakehorn in his hands. Mixed by him too. Engineered by David Kenny. Tibet laughed in the corner. My thanks to Tim for his permission to reproduce this brief extract from our conversation of September 7, 1994. Lyrics by David Tibet.

Cut by Denis and George at Porky's. Front ocver. "Arboreal Cult" by Austin Osman Spare. Inner cover. "How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" by Andrew King (XXXXIV). Photographs of Mr. David Tibet by Konori Suzuki. Of Steven Perez Stapleton by Chris Wallis. Of Michael Natural Cashmore by Russ and Michael. Of Nick Saloman by Jan Saloman. Of Mr. Tiny Tim by Barley Vogel.
"Tamlin" traditional/arranged by Current 93.
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" David Tibet/Current 93
© Durtro 1994. ® Ourobouros 1994.
Distributed by World Serpent: thankyouall. My thanks redriverrun to: Starspace, John Balance, Paul Cheshire, Shirley Collins, The Venerable C.R. Lama Rinpoche, Richard Dalby, Tiny Tim, Mr. Bucks Burnett, Mr. Martin Sharp, Mr. Gregor Brune, the Ricedogs, and Lynn for her wine: they have all helped me in many and different ways.

This record is limited to 2000 numbered copies, and is released to celebrate Hallowe'en 1994.

Terrify not man, or God shall terrify you.

"Love knocks and enters, but knowledge stands without."
- The Cloud Of Unknowing

Thus I wash the Stinking Gnoddo, and have become - almost - as pure as snow.
David Michael Tibet, October 1994
Notes
Includes lyrics not reproduced here.
The quality of the intended coloured vinyl was so poor that the record was pressed in black vinyl.

The catalogue number was originally intended to be Durtro 024 but was moved because of the release of Nature and Organization's A Dozen Summers Against The World
To make up for the change in vinyl the extra track was added to the B side
Tamlin
Details
1994 CD UK Durtro DURTRO025CD
3000 Numbered copies in jewel case
iTunes UK Durtro
Track Listing
  1. Tamlin (10:36) [durtro100]
  2. How the Great Satanic Glory Faded (6:18) [durtro100]
Personnel
Michael Cashmore
Nick Saloman
David Kenny
Sleeve Notes
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" details how Lucifer and Lucifera in their male and female forms appeared to me as they lamented their Fall from Heaven. Current 93 once when they were young oh once when they were so young: David Michael Tibet - vocals; Michael Cashmore - acousitc guitars, bass and whistles; Nicholas Saloman - electric guitar and electric dulcimer; Steven Stapleton - he has the whole wide world and a snakehorn in his hands. Mixed by him too. Engineered by David Kenny. Tibet laughed in the corner. My thanks to Tim for his permission to reproduce this brief extract from our conversation of September 7, 1994. Lyrics by David Tibet.

Cut by Denis and George at Porky's. Front ocver. "Arboreal Cult" by Austin Osman Spare. Inner cover. "How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" by Andrew King (XXXXIV). Photographs of Mr. David Tibet by Konori Suzuki. Of Steven Perez Stapleton by Chris Wallis. Of Michael Natural Cashmore by Russ and Michael. Of Nick Saloman by Jan Saloman. Of Mr. Tiny Tim by Barley Vogel.
"Tamlin" traditional/arranged by Current 93.
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" David Tibet/Current 93
© Durtro 1994. ® Ourobouros 1994.
Distributed by World Serpent: thankyouall. My thanks redriverrun to: Starspace, John Balance, Paul Cheshire, Shirley Collins, The Venerable C.R. Lama Rinpoche, Richard Dalby, Tiny Tim, Mr. Bucks Burnett, Mr. Martin Sharp, Mr. Gregor Brune, the Ricedogs, and Lynn for her wine: they have all helped me in many and different ways.

This record is limited to 2000 numbered copies, and is released to celebrate Hallowe'en 1994.

Terrify not man, or God shall terrify you.

"Love knocks and enters, but knowledge stands without."
- The Cloud Of Unknowing

Thus I wash the Stinking Gnoddo, and have become - almost - as pure as snow.
David Michael Tibet, October 1994
Notes
Because advance demand for the vinyl release was so great, 3000 copies of the CD were pressed.
Those who ordered the vinyl release in advance received a complimentary copy of the CD as a result.

The CD version has a bit more of the telephone dialogue between Tiny Tim and David Tibet at the beginning and end of "How the Great Satanic Glory Faded".
Tamlin
Details
2000 12" UK Durtro DURTRO025
33 Black vinyl signed and numbered spare copies in hand-drawn sleeve
Track Listing
Side 1
  1. Tamlin
Side 2
  1. How the Great Satanic Glory Faded
Vinyl Etchings
Side 1: NIGHT; PERCHANCE OF DEATH, BUT CERTAINLY OF NIGHT
Side 2: BUT O HOW FALLEN! HOW CHANGED FROM HIM, WHO IN THE HAPPY REALMS OF LIGHT CLOTHED WITH TRANSLUCENT BRIGHTNESS DIDST OUTSHINE MYRIADS THOUGH BRIGHT.
Personnel
Michael Cashmore
Nick Saloman
David Kenny
Sleeve Notes
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" details how Lucifer and Lucifera in their male and female forms appeared to me as they lamented their Fall from Heaven. Current 93 once when they were young oh once when they were so young: David Michael Tibet - vocals; Michael Cashmore - acousitc guitars, bass and whistles; Nicholas Saloman - electric guitar and electric dulcimer; Steven Stapleton - he has the whole wide world and a snakehorn in his hands. Mixed by him too. Engineered by David Kenny. Tibet laughed in the corner. My thanks to Tim for his permission to reproduce this brief extract from our conversation of September 7, 1994. Lyrics by David Tibet.

Cut by Denis and George at Porky's. Front ocver. "Arboreal Cult" by Austin Osman Spare. Inner cover. "How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" by Andrew King (XXXXIV). Photographs of Mr. David Tibet by Konori Suzuki. Of Steven Perez Stapleton by Chris Wallis. Of Michael Natural Cashmore by Russ and Michael. Of Nick Saloman by Jan Saloman. Of Mr. Tiny Tim by Barley Vogel.
"Tamlin" traditional/arranged by Current 93.
"How The Great Satanic Glory Faded" David Tibet/Current 93
© Durtro 1994. ® Ourobouros 1994.
Distributed by World Serpent: thankyouall. My thanks redriverrun to: Starspace, John Balance, Paul Cheshire, Shirley Collins, The Venerable C.R. Lama Rinpoche, Richard Dalby, Tiny Tim, Mr. Bucks Burnett, Mr. Martin Sharp, Mr. Gregor Brune, the Ricedogs, and Lynn for her wine: they have all helped me in many and different ways.

This record is limited to 2000 numbered copies, and is released to celebrate Hallowe'en 1994.

Terrify not man, or God shall terrify you.

"Love knocks and enters, but knowledge stands without."
- The Cloud Of Unknowing

Thus I wash the Stinking Gnoddo, and have become - almost - as pure as snow.
David Michael Tibet, October 1994
Notes
Includes lyrics not reproduced here.
Tamlin
Details
2014 December 12" UK Durtro DURTRO025
1 black vinyl copies
Test Pressing
Title and artist written in the bottom left corner of cover
Initialled by David Tibet
Unnumbered
Track Listing
Side 1
  1. Tamlin
Side 2
  1. How the Great Satanic Glory Faded
Vinyl Etchings
Side 1: NIGHT; PERCHANCE OF DEATH, BUT CERTAINLY OF NIGHT
Side 2: BUT O HOW FALLEN! HOW CHANGED FROM HIM, WHO IN THE HAPPY REALMS OF LIGHT CLOTHED WITH TRANSLUCENT BRIGHTNESS DIDST OUTSHINE MYRIADS THOUGH BRIGHT.
Personnel
Michael Cashmore
Nick Saloman
David Kenny
Notes
Each of these TPs have been put into a newly designed silkscreened sleeve, printed in copper ink on white card.
Each record has the title and artist hand-written in the CatSpace at the bottom left of the cover by David, and each record also has the title and artist written by him on the white label.
Each sleeve is initialled by him.
The edition of each title is not numbered.
In the case of a 2LP (double album) release, both records are put into one sleeve.
There are between 1 and 25 copies of each of the titles.