Caterpillar (Tokey Tones album)
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|Studio album by The Tokey Tones|
|Released||28 July 2003|
|Label||Lil' Chief Records|
|The Tokey Tones chronology|
|New Zealand Herald|||
Caterpillar is the first of two simultaneous releases (along with Butterfly) by The Tokey Tones, released by Lil' Chief Records in 2003. The cover art for both albums was designed by noted Auckland artist Tanya Thompson, otherwise known as Misery. The song "Love Done Me No Good" is a duet between Scott Mannion and Heather Mansfield of The Brunettes.
- "Caterpillars and Butterflies" – 2:10
- "Bedroom Exotica" – 2:07
- "Je N'aime Pas" – 1:54
- "Love Done Me No Good" – 2:51
- "Angela" – 3:19
- "Her Tuba Swells Beneath Her" – 3:49
- "Super Eight" – 4:40
- "The Beach" – 1:12
- "Twice Is Nice" – 3:34
- "Pulling Those Strings" – 4:48
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