Barbed Wire Halo was Annie's first release as Annie Anxiety and has two songs, "Cyanide Tears" and "Hello Horror," it was produced with Penny Rimbaud of Crass and released in 1981. "It Was July" comes from the Italian compilation F/Ear This, originally released in 1987 but recorded much earlier. "Soweto Suntan" came from the Devastate to Liberate LP released by David Tibet's Yangki imprint and also featured Nurse With Wound, Coil, Current 93, The Legndary Pink Dots, and many fine others. And finally, "Gates of Freedom" was released on the compilation Here We Go, issued in 1985 on Sterile to benefit the UK Miners' strike. None of these songs have surfaced officially on CD.
As these songs were originally donated for benefit releases, she would appreciate donations being made by all people who are downloading these songs now to Tipitna's Foundation, an organization helping to rebuild the music by assisting musicians whose lives have been ruined by Hurricane Katrina. Please donate to them (here's a button to click on) what you would pay to buy these songs on a CD or record. Thank you.
Annie's latest CD, Songs from the Coal Mine Canary can be ordered now from David Tibet's Durtro, it will be relased and distributed though Jnana Records in Canada.