Welcome to Mexico... Asshole

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Welcome to Mexico... Asshole
Live album by Pigface
Released 1992
Recorded April 1991 - June 1991
Genre Industrial
Length 72:47
Label Invisible
Pigface chronology
Gub
(1991)
Welcome to Mexico... Asshole
(1991)
Fook
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Welcome to Mexico... Asshole is the first live album from Pigface. Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails is featured on "Suck", (which was remade for his Broken EP as a hidden track) but Ogre is heard on lead vocals.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Credit Length
1. "The Love Serenade" (I Hate You?) Eric Pounder, Matthew Schultz 11:59
2. "Blood and Sand"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz 3:05
3. "Peaking Too Early"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Ogilvie, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 1:41
4. "Little Sisters"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Bill Rieflin, William Tucker 3:35
5. "Twice Removed"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Ogilvie, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 2:44
6. "Beneath My Feet"   Martin Atkins, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 7:33
7. "Point Blank"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Bill Rieflin 4:22
8. "Stowaway"   Chris Connelly, Jessica Villines, Stuart Zechman 5:35
9. "Suck"   Martin Atkins, Paul Barker, Chris Connelly, Trent Reznor, Bill Rieflin 5:01
10. "Weightless"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Ogilvie, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 5:01
11. "T.F.W.O."   Crompton, Goettel, Dave Ogilvie 4:36
12. "Lash/Herb/Taxi"   Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Ogilvie, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 5:19
13. "Tapeworm"   Martin Atkins, Dave Ogilvie, Bill Rieflin 6:52
14. "The Breakfast Conspiracy"   Martin Atkins, Dave Ogilvie, Paul Raven, Bill Rieflin, Matthew Schultz, William Tucker 5:16

Personnel[edit]

With Additional appearances, on various tracks of the following artists: Paul Barker, Bart Flores, Eric Pounder, Beefcake, Marston Daley, Michael Balch, Tom Lash, Joe Trump, Black Francis, Mary Byker, Roberto, Chris Vrenna, Neil Hubbard, Bobby Rea, Andy MaGuire, Evil Mothers, Jeff Ward, Dave Kendricks, En Esch, Becky from Lunachicks, Silverfish, Trent Reznor, John Wills and David Yow.

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