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Welcome to the dEUS home page. When this page page was created, it was the first dEUS homepage and there were only a few dEUS fans on the net. By now I have seen three other homepages including an official one. dEUS is getting popular. Fortunately everybody seems to be getting along in harmony, and the number of fans is ever increasing. If you have any questions, comments or dEUS info that you would like to see included please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Bear in mind that i'm not going to be, or want to be a rival to other dEUS pages. So don't ask me to include things that are already on other pages. Have fun, and enjoy the music. This page was last updated: 10/03/97
To create this home page i've used information provided to the dEUS mailing list by: Denis, Maurice and Ulrich. Denis and Maurice were kindly provided some of their info by Bang! records. Some other info has been sent to me by Ringo. Many thanks to Denis, Maurice, Ringo, Ulrich and of course Bang!:-) :-) I would also like to thank Denis (again) and Edo for helping me with the html-coding of this page.
Since quite some time lots of people also email with useful info to use in updating & expanding this page. It takes quite some time for me to read it all and to update this page every once in a while but these people make it fun and a lot easier. Thanks all!!!
bang! records, Belgian release
|island records, worldwide release||bang! records, Belgian release|
|Suds & Soda||Suds & Soda|
|w.c.s. (First Draft)||w.c.s. (First Draft)|
|Jigsaw You||Jigsaw You|
|Right As Rain||Let Go|
|Let's Get Lost||Secret Hell|
|Hotel Lounge |
(Be The Death Of Me)
|Let's Get Lost|
|Shake Your Hip||Hotel Lounge|
(Be The Death Of Me)
|Great American Nude||Shake Your Hip|
|Secret Hell||Dive-Bomb Djingle|
|Roses||Roses (vermeersch version)|
|I Suffer Rock||Via (live)|
|Nine Threads (demo version)||Hotel Lounge (Be The Death Of Me) (live)|
|Difficult Day||Jigsaw You (live)|
|Humo's Rock Rally Finale '92||Song For A Jacket|
|Saturday Night Special (7'')||The Horror Partyjokes|
|Volume 6 (Reading Festival Issue)||Violins & Happy Endings|
|Volume ? (Reading Festival Issue)||Morticiachair|
|De Zomer Van '95||Suds & Soda|
|De Afrekening 7||Suds & Soda|
|De Afrekening 8||Via|
|De Afrekening 9||Hotellounge (radio edit)|
|2 Meter Sessies 6||Hotellounge (live, acoustic)|
|De Zevende Dag||Little Arithmetics (live)|
Zea has been released twice on CDS. First an auto-produced version in a CDS plastic case (no longer available) and second, the version released by Bang! records in Belgium in a digipack (still available in Belgium - ref: Bang!20501 distributed by Bang!). Unfortunately, this single has not been released by Island Records in charge of the world distribution, explaining the appearance of Right As Rain and Great American Nude on the Island version of W.C.S. On the first version the first song is called Zea. On the second version this song is split up into two parts called Zea Intro Replica and Zea. Zea Intro Replica was partly sampled from a song on Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica album.
Hotel Lounge has also been released twice on CDS. There's a plastic case version and a carboard digipack thing. This pack is a limited edition, and it contains postcards with the cover art from the two albums and the other cd singles.
This CD has also been released twice. It's the same story as with Hotel Lounge. There's a special cardboard package which has some very special pieces of artwork, on postcard size pieces of paper, and a plain, plastic case version.
Some international versions of this one have A Tribute To My Friends as song number 3. On the Belgian version this same track is called Overflow.
This one also has two names for one song. Versions exist with a track called Roses while on other it's For The Roses.
Another two version story. They are both intended for sale in the same area, but made two versions with different b-sides anyway. The live tracks on one of the singles were recorded at a concert in Vienna.
Various promotional releases are also available, but these are very hard to get ans except for an edit of Suds & Soda there are no special tracks on them.
dEUS is getting quite popular, but still their records are not easily available from a big part of the world. If you're having trouble finding dEUS releases you're interested in, you might try ordering them over the net. The following link send you to CDNow! They're probably able to help you
Songs unreleased and only heard live:
Covers only played live:
Not all of these links are 100% reliable. I try to keep them up- dated and working but sometimes the problem is the server itself and not the link.
For more complete list of dEUS links try Serge Goossens dEUS Bookmarks.
Roses was probably the last single of the In A Bar, Under The Sea album, but it might be possible to see some old stuff re-released.
Names of related bands to look out for: General Electric (Tom), Kiss My Jazz (Rudy, Craig, Stef) and especially Moondog Jr. (Stef). More information about solo projects can be found in the dEUS Members section.
A few (?) concertdates:
dEUS have recently finished a European tour. The plans are now for shows on other continents.
Dates are already scheduled for a US tour, first supporting Blur, and after that as a support act
In the live department it is also worth looking out for Moondog Jr. and Kiss My Jazz.
Tom is also in General Electric. He has recently declared that dEUS is his main project and that he can put all his creativity in the band. This means that he is not really working on any side projects.
He played along with Stef on an early Moondog Jr. release called Jintro Travels The World In A Skirt. More info about that record is on the Moondog Jr. page. He is also a painter but on the musical level, dEUS is his sole occupation.
Stef is also playing in his own band Moondog Jr. It already existed when dEUS was founded
and makes great music. If interested you can check out this Moondog Jr. page! Besides this he
is also in Kiss My Jazz, the band that has become Rudy's main project.
After recording their 2nd album Stef left the band. However just like in Rudy's case this will probably not mean that he'll stop making music with dEUS, but only that's he's not obliged to play every single time when dEUS has to. Danny Mommens is taking his place in their live line-up.
He also played along with Stef on an early Moondog Jr. release called Jintro Travels The World In A Skirt. More info about that record is on the Moondog Jr. page. He will also be playing with Moondog Jr. again, when they perform their Sunrise project.
Also known as Danny Cool Rocket he is the new bass player the band recruited after Stef left them. He is also in two other bands called tENERIFE and Sex Machines.
Rudy was with the band from the beginning until their show at Lowlands '95. He's still playing
with Lionel Horowitz & His Combo and Kiss My Jazz. As a painter he's responsible for a lot
of artwork for dEUS releases and t-shirts.
Rudy left the band on personal grounds, and is still a good friend of the rest. This means that you can probably hear him playing along on the new album.
Got into dEUS after Rudy left in August '95. He's from Scotland and was already a friend of Tom and Stef before he got into dEUS. He's also in Kiss My Jazz.
Last Updated: 10/03/97
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