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is the second Fashion Nugget studio album by Cake, an alternative rock band from Sacramento, California. It was released in 1996, and contains 14 songs. " The Distance" became one of the band's biggest hits. On December 9, 1996, the album was certified gold by the RIAA, and the next year, the album was certified platinum for shipments of one million copies. [4 ]
In the United States, the album received a
Parental Advisory sticker for profanity in the songs " I Will Survive," a cover of the Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris song that originally did not have said profanity, and "Nugget."
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written and composed by
John McCrea, except where noted.
Personnel [ edit ]
John McCrea - lead vocals, acoustic guitar and organ
Greg Brown - electric guitar and organ
Vince DiFiore - trumpet and percussion
Victor Damiani - bass guitar
Todd Roper - drums and percussion
Greg Vincent - pedal steel guitar (track 12)
Appearances in other media [ edit ]
episode "The Road Worrier" featured the song "Frank Sinatra". The song "Daria" was used as closing credits for "The New Kid" and "Friend Is a Four-Letter Word" was the closing credit theme of episode 13 of season 4 : "Dye! Dye! My Darling". Daria The song "Frank Sinatra" was also featured at the close of
episode The Sopranos The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti Cake's cover of "I Will Survive" was featured in the 1998 French film
, the 2004 Japanese movie Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train , the 2003 film Survive Style 5+ , and the 2003 Canadian comedy, Secretary . Mambo Italiano "Open Book" was featured on the soundtrack to the 2001 film
Sidewalks of New York. "Stickshifts and Safetybelts" is featured in the film
. Waking Up in Reno "Stickshifts and Safetybelts" was featured on the Las Vegas callback episode of Season 6 of
. So You Think You Can Dance For two years, "The Distance" was used in the TV advert for the
Powers Irish Grand National, which takes place in Dublin, Ireland every Easter Monday. An instrumental version of "The Distance" was used in Episode 13 of Season 11 of
, called " The Simpsons Saddlesore Galactica". Excerpts of "Stickshifts and Safetybelts" are often used as bumpers on
, which is produced by The Splendid Table American Public Media and airs on public radio stations nationwide. The cover of "
I Will Survive" and other songs from Fashion Nugget are used in the German film . Herr Lehmann An
instrumental and uptempo version of the song "Italian Leather Sofa" plays over the opening credits of the animated cartoon " Mission Hill" (1999–2002). "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" is featured on the soundtrack of the movies
and Dream for an Insomniac . Welcome to Woop Woop The cover of "
I Will Survive" was used in the Italian movie L'uomo in più ( One man up). "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" was used in Snapple commercials
Album - Billboard (North America)
The Billboard 200
Singles - Billboard (North America)
Hot 100 Airplay
Modern Rock Tracks
Mainstream Rock Tracks
"I Will Survive"
Modern Rock Tracks
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