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THE COMPLETE M&E CATALOGUE: THE MMATTERIAL

Listing all the MMATT and related albums released on M&E, from the early cassette demo releases of March 1987 through to the CD album "Creavolution" in May 1996, after which the adventure didn't continue. But maybe one day...

 
 

THE FLASHBAX SERIES, THE MMATTRIX AND DESIGNER BRAIN DAMAGE...

Beyond the familiar MMATT albums listed in The Complete M&E Catalogue, there were ten volumes of our highly collectible "Flashbax" series. These were special collections produced exclusively for other labels, which were released in 13 countries overall, spanning 4 continents. Then there were the two labels who insisted on creating their own! And who could resist Clive Littlewood's offer for an Electronical Dreams release when promised a cover by no less than Alan Arthurs (pictured left)? Or Stan Batcow's offer of a release on Pumf Records when promised he'd cut something out of a old sci fi comic and stick that on it?

 
 

MICK MAGIC & FRIENDS - "CREAVOLUTION 22"

22 years on from the eventual release of our best selling album ever, having paid for itself many moons ago, we are pleased to make a second edition of it freely available in high quality 320k mp3 format for the first time, right here on this website. It's been specially re-edited for the digital age to work as standalone tracks, so you can either listen to or download all your favourites till your heart's content. This special second edition includes a whole album's worth of extras; tracking from my first return to the studio after the demise of the original band, all the way up to the aftermath of the album's release, including a previously unreleased mix of TMR's "Armegeddon Time", and "Storm", a never before heard unused track from the "Creavolution" sessions! And all this inspired...

 
 

THE MAGIC MOMENTS REVIVAL ZONE

All the cool stuff that happened during the 9 week Facebook launch event for "Creavolution Reborn", including 'Online Chats' with Marc Bell, Shona Moments, Julie White Hawk, Mal 'Cieslak' Foster, Nick 'Morgan' Lewis , Thayen Rich, Jerry Kranitz, Wayne Smith, Pippa Smith, Philip Hutchinson, Chris Carter, Inga Leru-Kelly and Professor Damien Page. There's also some special features with more music for you; "Zoen Nostalgia: The Forgotten Tracks", "The MMATT Story: As Told By Flashbax Ω Ultimate", "Creavolution Reborn: The Whole Story" and "The Final Event: Flashbax Omicron 13", including 3 free downloadable albums, here they come...

 
 

MAGIC MOMENTS AT TWILIGHT TIME - "FLASHBAX OMICRON 13"

A very special 13 track free downloadable collection, featuring only tracks that had never previously been digitised (except "Aftermath", which I'd honestly forgotten had already gone online with "Grain-Aid!", my bad!), one from each of our 13 albums (or appropriate session where the whole album was already available), so some absolute gems and serious rarities along the way.

 
 

MAGIC MOMENTS AT TWILIGHT TIME - "LIVE AT FRIMLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE"

A special edition for the "Flashbax Omicron 13" online event, featuring our 45 minute live debut from June 1986 (C-4010), plus the rehearsal in May for the infamous gig-that-never-was, when we were still just "a husband and wife duo from north west Surrey" (!), originally released as one side of the long forgotten freebie "Live... And Sorry!" (C-4006). Can you hear me at the back...

 
 

MAGIC MOMENTS AT TWILIGHT TIME - "MMATTLAND COMMUNITY RADIO FM"

Specially digitised from the original C90 (MMATT 35) for the "Flashbax Omicron 13" online event. Captain Garry Lee and The Black Widow, masquerading as Mrs. E and Scrotum The Wrinkled Retainer, did this broadcast as an April Fool's joke in 1992, on then pirate station, Freedom Overflow, playing only MMATT and related until they finally passed out! So, not sparing their blushes...

 
 

WE WERE GOING AGAINST THE GRAIN!

The story of the late 1980's Camberley bands co-operative through which MMATT was launched on an unsuspecting world. The 20 page web-feature covers much about the early days of the band, from our getting together in the first place through to the release of "Grain-Aid!" and the birth of Music & Elsewhere. The ultimate secret origins tale for the whole ka-bang...