Various Artists. Lipstick Traces. London: Rough Trade Records, 1993. 1 Compact Disc; 13 x 13 cm; ill. Cover with photographic montage.
“This is a soundtrack to Lipstick Traces : A secret History of the 20th Century (1989), by Greil Marcus, published in the US by Harvard University PRess, in the UK by Penguin Books, in Germany by Rogner & Bernhard, in Italy (as Trace di Rossetto) by Leonardo Editore, and in Spain (as Rastros de Carmin) by Anagrama” (inside leaflet)
“This CD is a sort of accompanying soundtrack to Greil Marcus’ book Lipstick Traces. It features music by The Slits and The Buzzcocks, ambiences of London concert halls (such as the Roxy and Roundhouse), Dada (Tzara, Janco, Huelsenbeck, Haussmann) and Lettrist (Brau, Wolman) sound poetry, and excerpts from the soundtrack to Debord’s Howls for Sade and Critique of Separation” (Gonzalvez 162, traduction is mine)
Full tracklist on Discogs (http://www.discogs.com/Various-Lipstick-Traces/release/906706)
All audio track available at Ubuweb (http://www.ubu.com/sound/lipstick.html)