Eating Jello with a Heated Fork

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Eating Jello with a Heated Fork
Studio album by
Released1996
Recorded1996
GenreGarage Rock
LabelAlive
ProducerMick Farren, Andy Colquhoun, Jack Lancaster
Deviants IXVI chronology
Kill 'Em and Eat 'Em
(1987)
Eating Jello with a Heated Fork
(1996)
Barbarian Princes
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]

Eating Jello with a Heated Fork is 1996 studio album recorded by Mick Farren and friends released under the name Deviants IXVI.

The album was recorded with longtime friends and collaborators Andy Colquhoun and Jack Lancaster and featured Wayne Kramer and his band.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Eating Jello with a Heated Fork" (Farren, Colquhoun)
  2. "On Such a Lurid Night" (Farren, Colquhoun)
  3. "God's Worst Nightmare" (Farren, Kramer)
  4. "Thunder on the Mountain" (Farren, Colquhoun)
  5. "Three Headed Lobster Boy" (Farren, Lancaster)
  6. "You Won't Make It Here" (Farren, Lancaster)
  7. "Arts of Darkness" (Farren, Lancaster)
  8. "Hard Times" (Farren, Colquhoun)
  9. "Rivers of Hell" (Farren, Colquhoun)

Personnel[edit]

  • Mick Farren – vocals
  • Andy Colquhoun – guitar
  • Jack Lancaster – saxophone
  • Wayne Kramer – guitar
  • Paul Ill – bass
  • Brock Avery – drums, percussion
  • Brad Dourif - didgeridoo on "Three Headed Lobster Boy"
  • Chuck Briggs, Kerry Martinez, Duane Peters, Susan Slater, Ernie Snair, Gary Twinn - backing vocals

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