Dum-Dum (album)

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Not to be confused with Dum Dum (album). ‹See Tfd›
Dum-Dum
Studio album by The Vaselines
Released June 1989
Recorded December 1988 - January 1989, Chamber Studios, Edinburgh
Genre Indie pop
Length 27:19
Label Rough Trade
Producer Jamie Watson
The Vaselines
The Vaselines chronology
Dum-Dum
(1989)
The Way of the Vaselines: A Complete History
(1992)

Dum-Dum was the first full-length album by the alternative rock band The Vaselines, released in 1989. It was recorded at Chamber Studios, Edinburgh between December 1988 and January 1989. The album was produced by the band themselves and Jamie Watson, and was included in its entirety for their career retrospective The Way of the Vaselines: A Complete History. The musicians contributing the synthesized strings to "Slushy" and the Indian raga sounds to "Lovecraft" on the album have not been publicly identified. Other songs recorded during the Dum-Dum sessions include "Bitch", "Dying For It (The Blues)" and "Let's Get Ugly". "Teenage Superstars" had already been featured on their 1988 EP Dying for It.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Kelly and McKee.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Sex Sux (Amen)"
  2. "Slushy"
  3. "Monsterpussy"
  4. "Teenage Superstars"
  5. "No Hope"

Side two[edit]

  1. "Oliver Twisted"
  2. "The Day I Was A Horse "
  3. "Dum-Dum"
  4. "Hairy"
  5. "Lovecraft"

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]