Leaving Wonderland... in a Fit of Rage

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Marcy Playground
Studio album by Marcy Playground
Released July 7, 2009
Recorded 2005-2008
Genre Alternative rock
Post-grunge
Label Deep South Entertainment
Marcy Playground chronology
MP3
(2004)
Leaving Wonderland...In A Fit Of Rage
(2009)
Indaba Remixes from Wonderland
(2010)
Singles from Leaving Wonderland...in a fit of rage
  1. "Good Times"
    Released: 2009
  2. "Starbaby"
    Released: 2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
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Originally slated to be the second solo album from Marcy Playground frontman John Wozniak, it was later decided that Leaving Wonderland...in a fit of rage would instead be the fourth LP from the band.[1]

The first US single was "Blackbird," while "Good Times" was the first Canadian single. The bonus tracks listed below are available to US residents via the official Marcy Playground Myspace, Zune and iTunes.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by John Wozniak.

No. Title Length
1. "Blackbird"   3:13
2. "Devil Woman"   3:04
3. "Gin and Money"   3:44
4. "Star Baby"   2:49
5. "I Burned the Bed"   2:37
6. "Irene"   2:42
7. "Emperor"   3:39
8. "Good Times"   3:15
9. "I Must Have Been Dreaming"   2:34
10. "Memphis"   2:48
11. "Thank You"   3:33
12. "Down the Drain"   3:18

Personnel[edit]

Marcy Playground (Touring members)

Additional personnel (in studio only)

  • Niko Friesen - drums, percussion
  • Brendan Ostrander - drums, "Devil Woman" and "Thank You"
  • Chris Copeland - drums, "Gin and Money"
  • Simon Kendall - piano, Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer
  • Daniel Powter - piano, "Gin and Money"
  • Jon Dryden - string programming, "Down the Drain"
  • Jeff Dawson - keys, programming, guitar, "Thank You"
  • Dave Pickell - piano, "Blackbird"
  • Marc Wild - guitar, "Blackbird"

Production[edit]

  • John Wozniak - production
  • Jeff Dawson - production, recording, mixing
  • Bob Ludwig - mastering
  • Raine Munro-Wozniak - A&R

Recorded at Mushroom Studios, Vancouver, BC
Mixed at Harbourside Studios, N. Vancouver, BC
Mastered at Gateway Mastering, Portland, Maine

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