Regurgitator ‎– ...Art

Valve Records ‎– RV158
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo

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A1 Happiness
A2 I Wanna Be A Nudist
A3 Freshmint!
A4 Strange Human Being
Drums [Additional] – Kram (2)Keyboards [Additional] – Shane Rudken
A5 I Like Repetitive Music
A6 Art
A7 Feels Alright!
Backing Vocals – Tylea
B1 I Love Tommy Mottola
Backing Vocals – TyleaDrums [Additional] – Kram (2)
B2 Are U Being Served?
Engineer – Quan Yeomans
B3 Obtusian
Lyrics By – Benjamin Ely*Music By – Martin Lee (2)Producer, Engineer – Martin Lee (2)
B4 The Lonely Guy
B5 Virtual Life

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Copyright 1999 Warner Music Australia. Publishing Control RV158
Licensed to Regurgitator/Valve for Vinyl Pressing 2013

Limited pressing done for the Quarter Pounder! 25 Years of Regugitator tour. No barcode

Ghost is removed from this pressing, I Wanna Be A Nudist moved to its tracklisting position between Happiness and Freshmint.
Freshmint! incorrectly spelt "Fresmint!" on the back

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3984290162 Regurgitator ...Art(CD, Album) EastWest 3984290162 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
AMCE-7137 Regurgitator ...Art(CD, Album) EastWest, EastWest Japan AMCE-7137 Japan 2000 Sell This Version


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November 9, 2019
edited 11 days ago

Pretty disappointing really. Usual average Zenith pressing (noisy, centre hole not wide enough). Plus the omission of 'Ghost' really pissed me off, since it's one of my favourite Regurgitator songs. If it had to be cut for time (which it didn't, looking at the makeup of the vinyl), clearly 'Obtusian' is the cut which should have gone. Plus, losing 'Ghost' means that 'Art', the interlude cut, is not the last track on side A, which defies logic.

Of course, the album itself is a great underrated piece. That nearly goes without saying.