The Boomtown Rats (album)
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|The Boomtown Rats|
|Studio album by The Boomtown Rats|
|Genre||Punk rock, New Wave|
Ensign Records (UK)
Columbia Records (USA)
|Producer||Robert John "Mutt" Lange|
|The Boomtown Rats chronology|
Track listing 
All songs were written by Bob Geldof.
- "Lookin' After No. 1"
- "Neon Heart"
- "Joey's on the Street Again"
- "Never Bite the Hand that Feeds"
- "Mary of the 4th Form"
- "(She's Gonna) Do You In"
- "Close as You'll Ever Be"
- "I Can Make It If You Can"
2005 bonus tracks 
- "Doin' It Right" (1975 Live Demo)
- "My Blues Away" (1975 Live Demo)
- "A Second Time" (1975 Live Demo)
- "Fanzine Hero" (1975 Live Demo) - kicks off with a hard edged punk attack but breaks into a boogie woogie piano solo interlude reprised at the end.
- "Barefootin'" (Cover of the Robert Parker song recorded Live in Moran's Hotel, Dublin, 1975)
- "Mary of the 4th Form" (Single Version)
- The Boomtown Rats Primary Artist
- Pete Briquette Bass, Vocals
- Gerry Cott Guitar
- Simon Crowe Drums, Vocals
- Albie Donnelly Saxophone
- Sue Dubois Art Direction, Design
- Bob Geldof Composer
- Geoff Halpin Design
- Robert John "Mutt" Lange Producer
- Garry Roberts Guitar, Vocals
- Hannah Sharn Photography
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