Eat Your Peas

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Eat Your Peas
Compilation album by
Released1998 (1998)
RecordedJanuary 1997 – September 1998
GenreComedy
Length162:48
LabelMushroom
Producer
Martin/Molloy chronology
Poop Chute
(1996)
Eat Your Peas
(1998)

Eat Your Peas is the third and final compilation double-album of material taken from the popular Australian radio show Martin/Molloy, with comedians Tony Martin and Mick Molloy.[1] As with two earlier Martin/Molloy albums, Eat Your Peas, won the Best Comedy Release category: this time at the ARIA Music Awards of 1999.[2] The album also included contributions from fellow comedians, Peter Grace, Sancia Robinson and Pete Smith.[1]

Disc One – Peas[edit]

  1. Daniel
  2. Tum & Phul: Spult Mulk
  3. Two Blind Mice
  4. New Characters for 98
  5. Galaxy of Stars
  6. Pete's Lookin' Good
  7. Stand Clear!
  8. Fully Grown Baby
  9. Bag of Sawdust
  10. Top Sorts
  11. Purple Rain
  12. John Laws: In One Bucket
  13. The All-New Blast FM
  14. No Stein!
  15. Yvonne Parts 1 & 2
  16. "Housekeeping!"
  17. Local Lads
  18. In-Flight Entertainment
  19. No Ashtray!
  20. Haughty Mick's Surefire Seduction Tips
  21. The Boatman's Call
  22. Up to Her Elbows
  23. An Enjoyable chat
  24. Martin/Molloy UK Comedy Channel
  25. Mick Molloy: Ambassador for the Arts
  26. They Hate That
  27. Transplant Games
  28. Phar Lap/Bunkie
  29. One-Arsed Bandit
  30. A Cause for National Shame
  31. The Most Powerful Man in Australia

Disc Two – More Peas[edit]

  1. Mrs. Molloy's Birthday Blowout
  2. Don't Look Back!
  3. Mick and the Giant Peach
  4. Idiot
  5. Twenty Sheds
  6. Electric Furniture Warehouse
  7. Human Shield
  8. Location! Location! Location!
  9. Pete's No Dummy
  10. Whoppers
  11. Hefty, Wealthy & Wise
  12. The Horror... The Horror...
  13. The Birthday Boy
  14. 84 and Still Pulling Them
  15. Whopper 2
  16. Gordon Gordon
  17. See You in Hell!
  18. Electronic Underpants
  19. Nerdlingers!
  20. Lost in Velour
  21. The Wrath of Nutbags
  22. Ol' Blue Nads
  23. Advice for the Gentleman Caller
  24. Getting Late
  25. No Questions!
  26. Two Thumbs Down
  27. Mick's Dictaphone
  28. The Cosby Show Trial
  29. Mr C
  30. The Track Where You Can Hear Simon Morley
  31. Lesbians Ahoy!
  32. Ye Olde Nutbags
  33. Farewell Sweet Princess
  34. Lest We Forget
  35. Yoko
  36. Tum & Phul: Huts, Huts end Stull More Huts!
  37. Two Fat Bastards
  38. Next Caller Please
  39. Interview with Steven Wright (hidden track)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Martin, Tony; Molloy, Mick (1998), Eat Your Peas, Mushroom Records, retrieved 2 April 2017
  2. ^ "ARIA Awards – History: Winners by Year 1999". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 2 April 2017.