Truckload of Trouble

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Truckload Of Trouble
Compilation album by The Pastels
Released 1994
Recorded 1986-1993
Genre Pop, rock
Length 62:04
Label Paperhouse
The Pastels chronology
Suck On
(1988)
Truckload Of Trouble
(1994)
Illuminati
(1998)

Truckload Of Trouble is a compilation album by The Pastels, released in 1994. It consists of a number of singles released by the band from 1986-1994.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Thank You for Being You"
  2. "Thru' Your Heart"
  3. "Firebell Ringing"
  4. "Kitted Out"
  5. "Comin' Through"
  6. "Over My Shoulder"
  7. "Truck Train Tractor"
  8. "Crawl Babies"
  9. "Nothing to Be Done"
  10. "Different Drum"
  11. "Not Unloved"
  12. "Baby Honey"
  13. "Speeding Motorcycle" (Daniel Johnston)
  14. "Speedway Star"
  15. "What You Said"
  16. "Dark Side of Your World"
  17. "Sometimes I Think About You"
  18. "Sign Across Me"

Personnel[edit]

  • Stephen McRobbie (or Stephen Pastel) – guitar, vocals
  • Katrina Mitchell – drums, vocals, percussion, keyboards, guitar
  • Annabel Wright (or Aggi) – bass, vocals, keyboards, artwork
  • Brian Taylor (or Brian Superstar) – guitar
  • Martin Hayward – bass, vocals
  • Bernice Simpson – drums
  • Francis McDonald - drums
  • Eugene Kelly - vocals
  • Norman Blake - vocals

Notes[edit]

  • Tracks 1, 4 and 17 originally released on the 1993 single "Thank You for Being You"
  • Tracks 2, 3 and 18 originally released on the 1991 single "Thru' Your Heart"
  • Tracks 5, 6 and 11 originally released on the 1987 single "Comin' Through"
  • Track 7 originally released as a single in 1986
  • Track 8 originally released as a single in 1987
  • Track 9 originally release on the 1989 album Sittin' Pretty
  • Track 10 originally released as a single in 1990
  • Tracks 11 and 12 in these versions previously unreleased
  • Tracks 13 and 14 originally released on the 1991 single "Speeding Motorcycle"
  • Track 15 previously unreleased
  • Track 16 originally released on the 1992 No 2 EP (with Jad Fair)