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A Bizarre Gardening Accident

Headhunter

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
1992
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Major Records International
Format:
12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM)
Reviews:
1 review (avg. 85%)
Side A
1. Oh What a Pleasure 01:08  
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2. Signs of Insanity 04:39   Show lyrics
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3. Hit Machine 05:32   Show lyrics
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4. Born in the Woods 05:12   Show lyrics
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5. Two Faced Promises 04:07   Show lyrics
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6. Ramalama (The Edsels cover) 02:45   Show lyrics
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Side B
7. Boozer 03:47   Show lyrics
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8. Domo 00:40   instrumental
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9. Pangs of Remorse 05:01   Show lyrics
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10. Character Assassination 03:19   Show lyrics
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11. Rude Philosophy 04:40   Show lyrics
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12. Deadly Instinct 03:37   Show lyrics
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13. Sex & Drugs & Rock'n Roll (Ian Dury cover) 01:00   Show lyrics
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Band members
Schmier Bass, Vocals
Jörg Michael Drums
Schmuddel Guitars, Vocals (backing)
Miscellaneous staff
John McGowan Producer, Engineering, Mastering
Tim Buktu (R.I.P. 2011) Engineering
Joachim Lütke Cover art
Murray Harris Mastering
Volker Beushausen Photography (studio)
Holger Stratmann Photography (live)
Schmier Bass, Vocals
Jörg Michael Drums
Schmuddel Guitars, Vocals (backing)
John McGowan Producer, Engineering, Mastering
Tim Buktu (R.I.P. 2011) Engineering
Joachim Lütke Cover art
Murray Harris Mastering
Volker Beushausen Photography (studio)
Holger Stratmann Photography (live)
Read Enthusiastic and enigmatic 85% autothrall February 9th, 2011

Remastered versions released 07.09.2007 by AFM Records (cat. # AFM 180-2) and in 2008 by CD-Maximum (cat. # CDM 1107-2765) under the exclusive license from AFM Records. They have slightly different cover artwork.

Track 6 is a cover of "Rama Lama Ding Dong" by the doo-wop band The Edsels.
Track 13 is a very abbreviated cover of the song by Ian Dury.

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