Ruth's Refrigerator ‎– A Lizard Is A Submarine On Grass

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Madagascar ‎– MADA020
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1 An Improvisation 0:15
2 I Don't Have A Horse 3:11
3 My Head's On Fire
Written-By – Ruth Miller
2:17
4 Ducklings #1
Written-By – Blodwyn P. Teabag
0:11
5 Charlie & Charlie
Written-By – Slapp Happy
2:18
6 Gosh What A Lot Of Umbrellas
Voice – Blodwyn P. TeabagWritten-By – Ruth Miller
5:12
7 Barry Baked Bean Is Back
Voice – Terri LoweWritten-By – Terri Lowe
2:21
8 Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo 1:27
9 Accordian Music
Voice – Blodwyn P. Teabag
1:05
10 Accordian Music #2 1:47
11 E
Voice – Terri Lowe
2:10
12 Ducklings #2
Voice – Robyn GibsonWritten-By – Blodwyn P. Teabag
0:07
13 Goodbye Joe
Written-By – The Monochrome Set
2:49
14 Examine The Insects And Hit Them
Voice – Terri Lowe
1:40
15 Rain
Rhythm Guitar – Terri LoweWritten-By – Terri Lowe
3:18
16 Duck Pond
Guitar [1st Solo] – Terri LoweWritten-By – Blodwyn P. Teabag
0:46
17 What We Waited For And Where It Was At
Written-By – Robyn Gibson
2:30
18 Moulted Fur From A Labrador 2:37
19 Mr. Misery
Written-By – Terri Lowe
3:09
20 Accordian Music #3 0:48
21 Conversation Gap Panic 2:58
22 A Science Bar 17:43
23 And One More Thing 3:20

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The CD version is quite different to the vinyl version of Ruth's Refrigerator - A Lizard Is A Submarine On Grass. It has a different running order, 8 tracks are not on the vinyl, it does not include the "only-on-vinyl" cover version of Wire's "Outdoor Miner" and almost most of the common tracks are in different mixes and/or arrangements. The exclusive tracks on the CD are no: 1, 2, 5 (a Slapp Happy cover), 8, 10,13 (a The Monochrome Set cover) , 20 & 21

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 28182 20202 8
  • Matrix / Runout: MADA-020 13 A2 DADC Austria
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

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code303

code303

January 22, 2007
edited over 4 years ago

Overlooked band. Broadcast avant la lettre. Stereolab fans might be pleased too.