Let It Slide (UK Promo)

Our friend Rob in the UK has generously donated yet another hard-to-find CD to the MOD cause. Cheers sir!


01 Let It Slide (7″ Edit)
02 Let It Slide (Hitting The Bottle Mix)
03 Every Day Of My Life
04 Heaven
05 Food Wine Food (Full Master)
06 Mustn’t Grumble (God’s Grumble Mix)
07 Rollercoaster (Knees Up Mother Brown Mix)
08 The Chunk (Peace In The Thames Valley Mix)

INFO > Ariel was formed in 1990 by London school mates Mathew Berry, Brendan Melck, and Tom Rowlands. The trio released a couple of singles on different labels before signing with Deconstruction in 1991. Decon demanded that the lads add a lady to the mix, so vocalist Sally Ann Marsh was enlisted; Marsh had recently had a hit with “Move Your Body”, recorded with Richie Malone as Xpansions. 1993’s “Let It Slide” was Ariel’s swan song—the promo CD includes all four tracks from the commercial release; earlier singles “Rollercoaster” and “Mustn’t Grumble”; and digitally exclusive tunes “Food Wine Food” and “The Chunk” from a promo 12 inch. After Ariel disbanded, Tom Rowlands focused full-time on his other, slightly more successful project with Ed Simons.

Posted on December 3, 2014, in Ariel, Chemical Brothers, DECONSTRUCTION, Justin Robertson. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Thanks for the share Rob. Much appreciated. :)

  2. Rob thank you so much for this amazing issue this is first time
    published .Mllion thimes thanx MOD .
    Just asking my self where wanished from help and this is it …there

  3. Sally Anne Marsh had quite an interesting career… Aside from the aforementioned Xpansions track, she was also 1/3 of girl band Faith, Hope & Charity in the early 90s, masterminded by Tom ‘Massive Management’ Watkins (Pet Shop Boys, Bros), alongside Dani ‘the Word’ Behr. She also released solo singles post-Ariel; In The Summertime (originally by Mungo Jerry, 95) and Windmills Of Your Mind (Noel Harrison, 96), both produced by Stock/Aitken. She was also in CITV’s Bodger And Badger and BBC’s Grange Hill, amongst other TV shows, and more recently fronted a rock band called Brand Violet.

    • That’s a varied CV – thanks for the info. And I just discovered she was the vocalist on Hyper Go Go’s “High.” Wonder what she’s doing these days?

      Sorry, but this is a bit naff:

  4. Well, strip the lyrics away and it’s just Saint Etienne’s He’s On The Phone… but then all dance records sounded like that 1995-96, or so it seemed… :-)

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