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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 inter-band conflict and failed to chart. 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
- "The Waitresses' "Just Desserts – The Complete Waitresses"". The Stash Dauber. Retrieved 2013-09-27.
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