Fook (album)

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Fook
Studio album by Pigface
Released 1992
Genre Industrial
Length 45:52
Label Invisible
Pigface chronology
Welcome to Mexico... Asshole
(1991)
Fook
(1992)
Washingmachine Mouth
(1993)

Fook is the second studio album by industrial rock supergroup Pigface, released in 1992 on Invisible Records.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Fook was well received. Jim Harper of Allmusic praised the album strongly, noting that Pigface has a reputation for inconsistency, and saying, "when the mixture works—as it does on Fook—the results can be spectacular.... This is the sound of Pigface at their best, and having a damn good time too."[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Credit Length
1. "Alles Ist Mine"   Martin Atkins, En Esch, William Tucker, Andrew Weiss 3:55
2. "Ten Ground and Down"   Atkins, Chris Connelly, Esch, Lesley Rankine, Ruchhoft 6:15
3. "Seven Words"   Atkins, Ian Hoxley, Tucker 1:36
4. "Insemination"   Atkins, Kevin Ogilvie 4:52
5. "Hips, Tits, Lips, Power"   Atkins, Esch, Hoxley, Rankine, Paul Raven, Tucker, Weiss 5:23
6. "Satellite"   Atkins, Hoxley, Raven, Tucker, Weiss 5:10
7. "I'm Still Alive"   Atkins, Esch, Tucker 4:03
8. "Auto Hag"   Atkins, Esch, Hoxley, Tucker 4:42
9. "Go"   Atkins, Esch, Ogilvie, Tucker 3:39
10. "I Can Do No Wrong"   Atkins, Connelly, Sims 6:17

Personnel[edit]

All information from 1992 CD booklet.[2]

Musicians[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producer – Martin Atkins
  • Engineers – Mark Walk, Andy Reilly, Lee Popa, Keith Auerbach
  • Assistant engineers – Eric Anderson, Andy Levine, Dino Morelli
  • Mastering – Jack Skinner
  • Artwork – Fred Blue
  • Design and layout - Patrick Siemer

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Harper, Jim. "Fook Review". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. 
  2. ^ Fook (Media notes). Pigface. Chicago, Illinois: Invisible Records. 1992.