Category Archives: Marina Van-Rooy

Angelpie – Tin Foil Valley / She


“Tin Foil Valley / She”
1993 Oxygen (UK)
GASP D12 / GASX D12 / GASP D13

01. Tin Foil Valley (7″ Mix)
02. Tin Foil Valley (Rapino Mix)
03. Tin Foil Valley (Do You Call That Music? Instrumental)
04. Tin Foil Valley (Plastic Bagism Vocal Mix)
05. Tin Foil Valley (Tangerine Pie Mix)
06. Tin Foil Valley (Rocking Horse Dub)
07. Tin Foil Valley (Serious Rope Mix)
08. Tin Foil Valley (Serious Rope Instrumental)
09. Tin Foil Valley (Serious Rope Dub)
10. She
11. Sol

2, 3 > Remixed by The Rapino Brothers
4, 5, 6 > Remixed by Jon & Helena Marsh (The Beloved)
7, 8, 9 > Remixed by Serious Rope

INFO > Angelpie comprised producer Mark Saunders, guitarist John McEvoy, and vocalist Marina Van-Rooy. The short-lived group produced two singles and an unreleased album for MCA sublabel, Oxygen. All tracks from the trio’s three CD singles are collected and re-sequenced here.

Tin Foil Valley / She

Marina Van-Rooy – Let You Go

Marina Van-Rooy
“Let You Go”
1991 Deconstruction Records (UK)
PD 44900

01. Let You Go (Sasha’s Positive 7″ Mix)
02. Let You Go (Sasha’s Positive Mix)
03. Let You Go (Original Mix 1)
04. Let You Go (Original Mix 2)

INFO > Marina Van-Rooy’s limited discography includes two singles for Deconstruction, both of which were classics at Manchester’s Haçienda nightclub. Gus Gus sampled Van-Rooy’s “Sly One” for their track “Purple,” incidentally remixed by Sasha, who also reworked “Let You Go.” In 1994, Van-Rooy joined percussionist Steven Humphreys, guitarist John McEvoy, and producer Mark Saunders in Angelpie, who produced two singles and an unreleased album. That same year, she contributed vocals to “Jollification,” the third album by fellow Liverpudlian Ian Broudie (The Lightning Seeds). Van-Rooy quietly slipped away from the music industry and in recent years has refocused her creative talents as a makeup artist.