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|Studio album by|
|Label||Polydor (810 980-1 Y-1)|
|Producer||Hugh Padgham, Chris Butler|
Bruiseology is the second and final studio album by new wave band the Waitresses, released by Polydor Records in 1983. The album was recorded amidst personnel conflict and the band disbanded a year later.
All songs written by Chris Butler and Waitresses, except where noted.
- "A Girl's Gotta Do"
- "Make the Weather"
- "Everything's Wrong If My Hair Is Wrong"
- "Open City"
- "Thinking About Sex Again"
- "Pleasure" (Waitresses)
- "They're All Out of Liquor, Let's Find Another Party"
- Patty Donahue – vocals
- Chris Butler – guitar
- Dan Klayman – organ
- Tracy Wormworth – bass, vocals, lead vocal on "Spin"
- Billy Ficca – drums
- Mars Williams – saxophone
- Ed Caraeff – art direction, photography
|U.S. Billboard 200 ||155||June 1983|
- "The Waitresses' "Just Desserts – The Complete Waitresses"". The Stash Dauber. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
- "The Waitresses Chart History: Billboard 200". Billboard.com. Archived from the original on October 25, 2019.
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