Galactic Cowboys is the eponymous debut album from the band of the same name. The album was called "The most exciting release of 1991" by HM Magazine editor Doug Van Pelt.
- At the end of this album, bassist Monty Colvin can be heard reading a school lunch menu.
- Audio clips of Neil Armstrong talking to Houston control can be heard in both "Sea of Tranquility" and "Pump Up The Space Suit".
- The song "Kaptain Krude" is written about the Exxon Valdez oil spill which happened in 1989.
- "I'm Not Amused" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins)
- "My School" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins)
- "Why Can't You Believe in Me" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins)
- "Kaptain Krude" (Colvin)
- "Someone for Everyone" (Colvin)
- "Sea of Tranquility" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins)
- "Kill Floor" (Colvin)
- "Pump Up the Space Suit" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins, Sonnier)
- "Ranch on Mars Reprise" (Colvin, Doss, Huggins, Sonnier)
- "Speak to Me" (Colvin, Huggins)
- "Jazz Odd Horsey" [hidden on track 10 after "Speak to Me"]
- Ben Huggins - Vocals, acoustic guitar, blues harp
- Dane Sonnier - Guitar, vocals
- Monty Colvin - Bass, vocals
- Alan Doss - Drums, vocals, attempted clarinet