BAKTABAK 12" Interview Picture Disc
- Label: BAKTABAK Records
- Catalogue#: BAK 2082
- Format: 12" vinyl picture disc
- Released: 1988 (UK)
- Allegedly a limited edition, but there is no indication as to how many copies were actually produced.
- The picture disc nowadays often comes merely in a clear thick plastic sleeve (PVC).
- Originally the disc is additionally stored in a thick, glossy die-cut 12" hardpaper cover.
- Apparently, some copies are accompanied by an insert sheet.
- The backside of the cover shows a list of all BAKTABAK releases assorted to format.
- In addition, the back cover notes:
The TALKING PICTURE series of interview albums and compact discsto improve the quality of the original recording.
contain rare and spontaneous interviews with the stars. These interviews
are exclusive to BAKTABAK Records and in many cases have been heard
by no one other than the interviewer prior to their release in this series.
The TALKING PICTURE series of compact discs has been digitally processed
- Interview of Swedish P3 FM radio with Andrew Eldritch and Patricia Morrison
on 24th August 1988 shortly after the release of Floodland
- This source is not confirmed.
- Other assumptions are that this interview possibly took place in London in November or December 1987.
This interview is (partly or in full) also available on two other BAKTABAK releases, see
In addition it can be found on one of the following vinlys, though not complete:
- 1 Interview (Part 1)
- 2 Interview (Part 2)
Total Running Time: about 29 min.
- Talks about where Andrew lives (Hamburg / London / Leeds) and his hate of London
- Writing process and production
- Hamburg, musicians and groupies
- The last gig of the former line-up at Royal Albert Hall in 1985
- Andrew Eldritch mentions no contact with his parents
- Leaving Oxford and moving to Leeds
- Learning Chinese - being a tourist - Taiwan
- Growing up and music
- Andrew Eldritch admitting he can't sing - career in music - learning to play drums
- Originally 14 songs written for Floodland - producing the album