Freakshow (BulletBoys album)

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Freakshow
BulletBoys - Freakshow.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 12, 1991
Recorded1991
GenreGlam metal, funk metal
LabelWarner Bros.
ProducerTed Templeman
BulletBoys chronology
BulletBoys
(1988)
Freakshow
(1991)
Za-Za
(1993)
Singles from Freakshow
  1. "THC Groove"
    Released: 1990
  2. "Hang on St. Christopher"
    Released: 1990
  3. "Talk To Your Daughter"
    Released: 1991
Alternative cover
The cover sleeve seen on different releases.
The cover sleeve seen on different releases.
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic3/5 stars[1]

Freakshow is the second album from the glam metal band BulletBoys, released in 1991 by Warner Bros. Records. The album was a follow-up to their successful Self-Titled debut. The album went on to peak at Number 69 on The Billboard 200 chart in 1991, and their cover of Tom Waits "Hang on St. Christopher" reached 22 on the Mainstream Rock chart.[2] Videos were made for "THC Groove", "Hang on St. Christopher", and "Talk to Your Daughter". In 2005, Wounded Bird Records re-released this album along with the follow-up Za-Za onto a single disc. [3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by the BulletBoys, unless otherwise noted..

No.TitleLength
1."Hell Yeah!"3:24
2."THC Groove"3:42
3."Thrill That Kills"3:10
4."Hang On St. Christopher" (Tom Waits cover)3:56
5."Talk To Your Daughter" (J.B. Lenoir cover)3:35
6."Freakshow"4:28
7."Goodgirl"3:27
8."Do Me Raw"3:11
9."Ripping Me"2:56
10."Say Your Prayers"3:15
11."O Me O My"3:00
12."Huge"3:05

Additional Track Listings[edit]

Some versions have a very different track listing, which reads as follows:

Singles[edit]

Promotional singles and videos were released for the songs "THC Groove", "Hang on St. Christopher", and "Talk To Your Daughter". Their cover of Tom Waits' "Hang on St. Christopher" would go on to peak at Number 22 on the US Mainstream Rock Chart in 1991.

Personnel[edit]

Band members
Production staff
  • Art Direction and Design: Kim Champagne
  • Cover Painting: David B. McMacken

References[edit]