Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!
|Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!|
|Studio album by The Sugarcubes|
|Recorded||Spring/Summer 1989, Studio Syrland, Reykjavik|
|Producer||The Sugarcubes and Derek Birkett|
|The Sugarcubes chronology|
A version of the album sung in Icelandic was also released, titled Illur Arfur ("bad legacy").
Contrary to their debut album Life's Too Good, Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! was not well received by critics.
|3||Speed Is the Key||03:18|
|7||Eat the Menu||03:44|
|12||A Day Called Zero||02:38|
|15||Dark Disco 1||03:00|
14, 15, and 16: only featured on the CD and MC releases.
|UK Albums Chart||15|
|U.S. Billboard 200||70|
|June 1989||Regina||7”/12”/MC/CD||One Little Indian/Elektra/Rough Trade Records|
|1989||Tidal Wave||CD||Rough Trade Records|
|January, 1990||Planet||7”/12”/MC/CD||One Little Indian/Rough Trade Records/Elektra|
- ”Planet”, directed by Óskar Jónasson.
- ”Eat the Menu”.
- ”Tidal Wave”.
Vocals: Björk Guðmundsdóttir and Einar Örn Benediktsson.
Trumpet: Einar Örn Benediktsson.
Guitars: Þór Eldon Jónsson.
Keyboards: Margrét Örnólfsdóttir.
Bass: Bragi Ólafsson.
Drums and percussion: Sigtryggur Baldursson.
Lyrics and music: The Sugarcubes.
”Tidal Wave” Brass arrangement: Oli Gaukur. Tenor saxophone and MD: Gary Barnacle. Trombone: Pete Thomas. Baritone saxophone: Nigel Hitchcock. Trumpets: John Thirkell and Stewart Brooks. Bass Trombone: Kenny Hamilton.
”Planet” String recordings: Mike Ross at CBS Studios. Conduction and arrangement: Chris Cameron. 1st. violin: G. Wright. Violins: W. Gibson, D. Woodcock, R. Garland, B. Croft, M. Berrow, B. Wilde, E. Edwards, B. Benham, and P. Oxer. Viola: G. Jackson, I. Andrade, G. Robertson, D. Emanuel. Cello: P. Kegg, M. Loveday, A. Pleeth, and B. Kennard. Contractor: I. Griffiths.
Acknowledgement: Paul Ellis for technical assistance and Derek Birkett for his input.
Bonus tracks production: The Sugarcubes and Derek Birkett.
Recording: Brian Pugsley at Syrland studios.
Additional recordings: Gerad Johnson, Will Gosling, Julian Withers, and Gail Lambourne at Orinoco Studios, London. Phil Bodger at Strong Room Studios. Brad Grisdale at Berry Street Studios. Ian Horne and Birkett at Liquidator studios.
Production: The Sugarcubes and Derek Birkett.
Mix: Pétur Gíslason at CBS Roof Top Studios, with the exception of 1, 9, and 10 which were mixed by Derek Birkett at Orinoco Studios, and 3 which was mixed by Sigtryggur Baldursson at CBS Studios.
- Publisher: Second Wind
- Sleeve design: Keli Kaldi and Óskar Strom
- Outside photo: Aged rings
- Inside photo: Andy Catlin
- Layout: Designland
- Dougan, John. "allmusic ((( Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! > Review )))". Allmusic. Retrieved March 20, 2010.
- Brackett, Nathan. "The Sugarcubes". The New Rolling Stone Album Guide. November 2004. pg. 791, cited March 20, 2010
- Christgau, Robert. "The Sugarcubes". robertchristgau.com, Retrieved on March 20, 2010.