Stick Around for Joy

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Stick Around for Joy
Studio album by The Sugarcubes
Released February 18, 1992
Genre Alternative rock
Length 35:33
Label Elektra
Producer Paul Fox
The Sugarcubes chronology
Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week!
(1989)
Stick Around for Joy
(1992)
It's-It
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars[2]

Stick Around for Joy, released in February 1992, was the third and final album released by the Icelandic alternative rock band The Sugarcubes. In terms of quality, fans usually rate the album somewhere between the band's acclaimed debut, Life's Too Good and the widely panned follow-up Here Today, Tomorrow, Next Week!. The album provided the band's two hits: The first, aptly titled "Hit", reached #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart in the U.S. and #17 on the UK Singles Chart. The second was, "Leash Called Love" which went to number one on the US Dance charts.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Gold"   3:39
2. "Hit"   3:56
3. "Leash Called Love"   3:42
4. "Lucky Night"   4:03
5. "Happy Nurse"   3:36
6. "I'm Hungry"   4:33
7. "Walkabout"   3:48
8. "Hetero Scum"   3:07
9. "Vitamin"   3:40
10. "Chihuahua"   3:29

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
UK Albums Chart 16
U.S. Billboard 200 95

Singles[edit]

Release Title Format Label
December 1991 Hit 7”/12”/CD/Cass One Little Indian/Rough Trade
March 1992 Walkabout 7”/12”/CD/Cass One Little Indian/Rough Trade/Columbia/Elektra
August, 1992 Vitamin 12”/CD One Little Indian/Elektra
August 1992 Leash Called Love 12” One Little Indian/Elektra

Music videos[edit]

Credits[edit]

Performers[edit]

  • Acknowledgement – Pat Mastelotto, Johnny Triumph, Franne Golde, Betsy, Rick, Sally Grossmann, Sean Perry, Dom T., Howard, Valerie, Arni, Derek, Netty

Personnel[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cook, Stephen. "allmusic ((( Stick Around for Joy > Review )))". Allmusic. Retrieved March 20, 2010. 
  2. ^ Brackett, Nathan. "The Sugarcubes". The New Rolling Stone Album Guide. November 2004. pg. 791, cited March 20, 2010
  3. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 248. 
  4. ^ "Mvdbase: Pedro Romhanyi". Mvdbase.com. Retrieved 2010-05-05.