40 Years – Then Death
|"40 Years - Then Death"|
|Single by TISM|
|from the album Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance|
|B-side||"The Back Upon Which Jezza Jumped"|
|Released||23 September 1987|
|Recorded||May 1987, Platinum Studios|
|TISM singles chronology|
It was originally released on white vinyl in a clear plastic wrapper with no identifying labels of any kind.
The song portrays an early-twenties male's despondent view of his remaining sex life: 40 more years of "living" then "death".
The single earned TISM recognition as their earlier single "Defecate On My Face" was very infrequently played on radio, if at all; where this single was quite radio friendly.
The snippet after the main song is called "Art, Religion and the Neo-Classical Dialectic", part of a longer piece called "Ezra Pound, Axe-King", which has nothing to do with the song from Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance and was released in full on Best Off in 2002.
- "40 Years - Then Death"
- "Art, Religion and the Neo-Classical Dialectic" (unlisted)
- "The Back Upon Which Jezza Jumped"
- Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance
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