Trinity

This EP was the debut appearance of Dolores Marguerite C., who was asked to narrate, in French, on the song `Elegy'. The track had been inspired by the 1966 film `The Battle Of Algiers' by director Gillo Pontecorvo and featured the music of Ennio Morricone. The artwork included text to the track (subtitled `Against Torture' ) expressing a strong anti-war theme and was translated into three languages (French, English & German). Recorded and mixed at The Slaughterhouse, the EP also included `Blind Me', a track which pays homage to the work of Yukio Mishima whilst fusing together the musical styles of Film Noir and Philip Glass. The artwork to `Trinity' featured an elaborate inner sleeve design, the sepia toned photographs of the band members were shot on location inside St Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Sheffield.

  1. Elegy
  2. Elegy reprise
  3. Blind Me

All music composed and arranged by In The Nursery.
Narration by Dolores Marguerite, C.
"Blind Me" - Produced by In The Nursery and Snake (Engineer - C. Richardson)
"Elegy" - Produced by In The Nursery and C. Richardson

E.P.: SOX 019
(p)+© 1987 Sweatbox