Slice (Arthur Loves Plastic album)

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Slice
Studio album by Arthur Loves Plastic
Released 1998
Genre Electronica
Length 53:59
Label Machine Heart Music
Producer Bev Stanton
Arthur Loves Plastic album chronology
Teflon Diva!
(1997)
Slice
(1998)
Klondyke 5
(1999)
Alternative cover
Original release album cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
The Kettle Black favorable [1][unreliable source?]

Slice is the fourth album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 1998.[2] In 2002, Slice was reissued on the Hexagon Records label.

Awards[edit]

Slice won the 1998 Wammie for Best Recording in the Rock - Techno/Ambient/Electronic/Industrial Category.[3]

Release notes[edit]

"Infomercials and misdirected voicemail provide the inspiration for this fancifully sex-obsessed foray into sample-mania and groovebox bliss. From the evocative jungle romp of "Cum 2Nite" to the chill lounge of "Not Available In Stores" you will love this product! Features vocals by the Lisa Moscatiello and special guest appearance by Basehead's Mike Ivey."[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Bev Stanton, except where noted. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ashtray"     4:44
2. "Special Spirit"     3:24
3. "Prayer Hankie"     0:17
4. "There Goes My Love"     3:00
5. "No Nations, No Peoples"     4:10
6. "Cum 2Nite"     5:01
7. "Out!"     4:01
8. "Parental Discretion"     2:33
9. "Get Into It!"     2:56
10. "You Won't"     3:32
11. "Not Available in Stores"     2:58
12. "Fear of a Glass Dish"     3:41
13. "Look at the Coffin"     3:38
14. "Rain (Pump Mix)"   Bev Stanton/John Sudnik 3:56
15. "Bright Lights, Big City"     3:44
16. Untitled     2:24
Total length:
53:59

Track 16 is not included on the Internet Archive version of Slice.

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Lisa Moscatiello - Vocals (1, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 15)
  • Jay Nichols - Drum loop (5)
  • Lisa Moscatiello - Guitar (6)
  • Jim Reynolds - Drum loops (9, 15)
  • Mike Ivey - Vocals (12)
  • John Gottfried - Guitar (12)
  • Craig Kauffman - Drum loop (12)
  • John Sudnik - Vocals and lyrics (14)

Samples[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Conley, Craig. "Review: Slice". The Kettle Black. Retrieved 6 September 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "Arthur Loves Plastic - Slice". Internet Archive. Retrieved 27 August 2013. 
  3. ^ The 1998 Wammies (Washington Area Music Awards).

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