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Studio album by Regurgitator
Released 1996

Center Stage Studios

Bangkok, Thailand
Genre Pop
Alternative rock
Rap rock
Length 40:58
Label East West/Warner Music Australia

Reprise/Warner Bros. Records (US)
Producer Magoo
Regurgitator chronology
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Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

Tu-Plang (ตู้เพลง Thai for Jukebox) (1996) was the first album released by Regurgitator after making two EPs. The band chose to record the album in Bangkok, Thailand to the complete bemusement of their label, Warner Music, who weren't really sure what A&R exec Michael Parisi had actually signed.[1] It was the band's only full-length work released in the USA. This was the first of only three Regurgitator albums to be made available on vinyl, the other being Unit in 1998 and SuperHappyFunTimesFriends in 2011. Re-issued on vinyl by Valve on OCT 2013.[2]

In 2012, Regurgitator performed the album in its entirety along with Unit on the Australian RetroTech tour.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Sucked a Lot of Cock to Get Where I Am" (Q. Yeomans)
  2. "Kong Foo Sing" (Q. Yeomans)
  3. "G7 Dick Electro Boogie" (Q. Yeomans)
  4. "Couldn't Do It (Happy Shopper Mix)" (B. Ely)
  5. "Miffy's Simplicity" (Q. Yeomans)
  6. "Social Disaster" (Q. Yeomans)
  7. "Music is Sport" (Q. Yeomans)
  8. "348 Hz" (B. Ely)
  9. "Mañana" (B. Ely)
  10. "F.S.O." (Q. Yeomans)
  11. "Pop Porn" (Q. Yeomans)
  12. "Young Bodies Heal Quickly" (Q. Yeomans)
  13. "Blubber Boy (Riding the Wave of Fashion Mix)" (Q. Yeomans)
  14. "Doorselfin" (B. Ely)

Track Information[edit]

  • Track 1, "I Sucked a Lot of Cock to Get Where I Am" was only released as a single in the USA and UK in November 1996. Within Australia, the song was attacked by radio personality Alan Jones, who campaigned to have it removed from airplay.[3][4] It was voted #23 in the Triple J Hottest 100 of 1996.
  • Track 2 "Kong Foo Sing" was the second single released in Australia. It was voted No. 15 in the Triple J Hottest 100 of 1996.
  • Track 3 "G7 Dick Electro Boogie" contains samples of street sounds in Bangkok.[5]
  • Track 4 is a Muzak version of "Couldn't Do It" off the band's first self-titled EP.
  • Track 5, "Miffy's Simplicity" was the third single released in Australia.
  • Track 10 "F.S.O" is an abbreviation of 'Fuck Shit Off'. It was the first single from the album to be released in Australia.[6]
  • Track 13 is an up-tempo version of "Blubber Boy" off the band's second EP, New.


The album won Best Alternative release and Best Debut album at the 1996 ARIA Music Awards.