(always under construction; last update March 25th, 2003)
I hope you will enjoy my webpages about singer/songwriter (and actress) Suzanne Rhatigan.
|You are at least visitor since May 12th, 1996|
A few words from Suzanne about her second album: "It is a very
different sound compared to To Hell With Love. Now that I am playing the guitar every
thing has changed. We have been building our new sound and audience slowly but surely".
She's currently working on a new album. And she started to play drums.
A few songs she's been working on lately: 'Trying to make you feel', 'That's all', 'Julianne', 'Stabbed', 'King Dong', 'I remeber you', 'Sorry', 'Be my man', 'Summer songs' , 'Citizen', 'Like it was before', 'Don't', 'Me', 'Forever now', 'Too much me', 'Bored', 'Time for letting go', 'Granola', and 'Shut up'. Suzanne is preparing a 4-song demo CD.
Besides working on her own music Suzanne is also involved in supporting and producing other alternative and new bands. She organizes a once per month Gig night called the 'Cushy Productions Club Night' at the Twelve Bar Club.
Some of the bands taking part are :
|Umbrella Heaven||Rosy Gallone|
|Bromide||Peach Fuzz (from Scandinavia)|
|Port Friendly (from Denmark)||Nick Lewis|
|and of course: Rhatigan|
If you look at the booklet you can see that some of the songs are written
by Craig Charles, one of the players in the British comic series 'Red Dwarf'. Suzanne played a guest
role in one episode of 'Red Dwarf'. I have been waiting for the re-run of this episode for years now.
And yesterday (September 15th, 2000) I was finally able to record this episode from the BBC on video.
For now you'll have to do with some screenshots but I will be working on a short video clip.
Judy Pascoe (Mechanoid Camille), Francesca Folen (Hologram Camille), Suzanne Rhatigan (Kochanski Camille), Rupert Bates (Hector Blob)
Kryten, Red Dwarf's on-board mechanoid, rescues what looks like a female droid from a crashed vessel. She, like him, is a 4,000 series, but Camille is the GTi model, with realistic toes and a slide-back sun-roof head. Kryten finds himself falling in advanced mutual compatibility on the basis of a primary initial ident, or what humans call "love at first sight". For hologram Rimmer, Camille looks like a perfect female copy of himself. She even likes his photo collection of twentieth-century telegraph poles. And for Lister, Camille, played by Suzanne, looks and sounds like a saucy Liverpool girl with a striking resemblance to Kristine Kochanski. It turns out that Camille is a pleasure GELF (Genetically Engineered Life Form), created to be everyone's perfect companion.
If you know anything more about Suzanne Rhatigan or if you have some photo's please e-mail me (Alex) at: jad @ bart.nl
To Hell With Love
To Hell With Love (1992)|
The Imago Recording Company 72787 21007 2
|1||To hell with love||Craig Charles||04:37|
|2||Open up||Craig Charles||05:34|
|3||The further in we go||Suzanne Rhatigan||05:12|
|4||Nearly 18||Suzanne Rhatigan / Craig Charles||04:33|
|5||The games we play||Suzanne Rhatigan||04:44|
|6||Indian summer||Suzanne Rhatigan / Bill Clift||04:29|
|7||Don't talk||Suzanne Rhatigan / Craig Charles / Matt Backer||04:37|
|8||Shelter me||Suzanne Rhatigan||04:54|
|9||All you ever need||Suzanne Rhatigan||04:52|
|10||Daddy||Suzanne Rhatigan / Matthew Seligman||04:28|
|11||Learning to cry||Craig Charles||05:17|
|12||The spinner of years||Craig Charles||04:10|
Late Developer (1996)|
Org Records organ018CD
Suzanne Rhatigan - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, keyboard, and noise (!)
John Morrison - bass
Bryn Burrows - drums
I gathered some reviews of Late Developer. I've also got the Lyrics of some of the songs.
|1||Late developer||Suzanne Rhatigan||04:25|
|2||Only joking||Suzanne Rhatigan / John Morrison||05:10|
|5||Keeping us together||Suzanne Rhatigan / John Morrison||05:10|
|6||Scared||Suzanne Rhatigan / John Morrison||03:48|
|7||Not your girlfriend||Suzanne Rhatigan / Thornally||03:29|
|8||Disconnected||Suzanne Rhatigan / John Morrison||04:11|
|10||Tonight||Suzanne Rhatigan / John Morrison||02:40|
|12||Hello||Suzanne Rhatigan / Mark Bandola||01:30|
Big Stick (1998)|
Rhatigan's mini album Big Stick released on Suzanne's own label CUSHY PRODUCTIONS
|2||Can't keep up|
|3||So mch better|
|4||Envy of the Gods|
|Artist / Group||Album / Track||Suzanne||Year|
|Zerra One||Domino Effect||bckgr vocals||1986|
|Rick Astley||Whenever You Need Somebody||bckgr vocals||1987|
|Kylie Minogue||Kylie||bckgr vocals||1988|
|Beverley Craven||Beverley Craven||bckgr vocals||1990|
|Buffy The Vampire Slayer||Buffy The Vampire Slayer||bckgr vocals||1992|
|Beverley Craven||Love Scenes||bckgr vocals||1993|
You can hear Suzanne doing background vocals on the 'Radio Kaos' album by former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters. And you can hear her on lots of Stock, Aitken & Waterman productions for artist like Samantha Fox, Bananarama, etc.
I wan't to thank Manfred Baumeister for his kind contribution to this web-page.