Bizarre Gardening Accident
|Bizarre Gardening Accident|
|Studio album by Angry Salad|
|Label||Breaking World Records|
|Angry Salad chronology|
Bizarre Gardening Accident is the second album released by the band Angry Salad. It was released in 1997 by Breaking World Records. The album's title is a reference to the rock mock documentary This Is Spinal Tap, in which the members of the fictional band Spinal Tap explain that one of their former drummers died in a "bizarre gardening accident".
- "Empty Radio"
- "Scared Of Highways"
- "Stretch Armstrong"
- "The Milkshake Song"
- "99 Red Balloons"
- "How Does It Feel To Kill?"
- "Saturday Girl"
- "Coming To Grips"
- "Red Cloud"
- Bob Whelan: Guitar and Vocals
- Alex Grossi: Guitar
- James Kinne: Bass and Backing Vocals (on Rio)
- Hale Pulsifer: Drums
- Steve Monayer: Bass (on all tracks except Rio)
- Jeff Bluestein: Piano, Organ and Backing Vocals
- Seth Connolly : additional guitar
- Rob Aquino : additional guitar
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