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Formerly of the aggressive feminist punk outfit Silverfish, Leslie Rankine renamed herself Ruby in 1995 and changed her musical tactics. Instead of hard-edged post-punk, Ruby's music is a dark, eerie fusion of trip-hop and industrial, with quietly menacing beats and droning synths. Although it could be said that she was simply trend-hopping with Salt Peter, Ruby's music is substantially better than Silverfish -- it's more provocative, as well as better written. Not all of the album works, but Salt Peter remains a promising debut.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Flippin' Tha Bird (Album Version)
00:04:10

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer - William Rieflin, Drums - William Rieflin, Guitar

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

2
Salt Water Fish (Album Version)
00:03:23

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

3
Heidi (Album Version)
00:04:03

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

4
Tiny Meat (original version)
00:04:09

Eric Anderson, Bass - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer - William Rieflin, Mixing Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

5
Paraffin (Album Version)
00:03:35

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

6
Hoops (Album Version)
00:03:50

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

7
Pine (Album Version)
00:04:08

L. Rankine, M. Walk, Composer - L. Rankine, M. Walk, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer - William Rieflin, Drums

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

8
Swallow Baby (Album Version)
00:05:32

L. Rankine, Composer - L. Rankine, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - M. Walk, Composer - M. Walk, Lyricist - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

9
The Whole Is Equal To The Sum Of Its Parts (Album Version)
00:04:07

Eric Anderson, Bass - L. Rankine, Composer - L. Rankine, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - M. Walk, Composer - M. Walk, Lyricist - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

10
Bud (Album Version)
00:04:18

L. Rankine, Composer - L. Rankine, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

11
Carondelet (Album Version)
00:07:06

Atkins, Composer - Atkins, Lyricist - Ferguson, Composer - Ferguson, Lyricist - Gira, Composer - Gira, Lyricist - Lesley Rankine, Performer - Lesley Rankine, Producer - Mark Walk, Engineer - Mark Walk, Mixing Engineer - Mark Walk, Performer - Mark Walk, Producer - Rankine, Composer - Rankine, Lyricist - Ruby, Performer - Scott Crane, 2nd Engineer - WALK, Composer - WALK, Lyricist

(P) 1995 Creation Records Limited

Album Description

Formerly of the aggressive feminist punk outfit Silverfish, Leslie Rankine renamed herself Ruby in 1995 and changed her musical tactics. Instead of hard-edged post-punk, Ruby's music is a dark, eerie fusion of trip-hop and industrial, with quietly menacing beats and droning synths. Although it could be said that she was simply trend-hopping with Salt Peter, Ruby's music is substantially better than Silverfish -- it's more provocative, as well as better written. Not all of the album works, but Salt Peter remains a promising debut.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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