Hospital (album)

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Hospital
Studio album by Gary Young
Released 25 October 1994
Recorded Louder Than You Think Studios
Genre Indie rock, rock
Length 42:36
Label Big Cat
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Hospital was Gary Young's first solo effort after being asked to leave the band Pavement. Allmusic described it as "a roller coaster of chaotic and disjointed songs." It was recorded in Stockton, California at Young's own studio.

The music video for the song "Plant Man" achieved minor fame—and something of a cult status—when it was featured on Beavis and Butt-head, in the episode "Skin Trade," air date July 11, 1995.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Gary Young.

  1. Plant Man - 1:58
  2. 1st Impression - 0:54
  3. Mitchel - 1:00
  4. Foothill Blvd. - 1:00
  5. Real Call (No Video) - 1:18
  6. Warren - 2:38
  7. Hospital for the Chemically Insane - 0:30
  8. Birds in Traffic - 4:32
  9. Where Are You At - 1:27
  10. Ralph the Vegetarian Robot - 2:36
  11. Missing in Action - 3:32
  12. Wipe Out - 1:24
  13. 20th Day - 1:25
  14. Geri - 0:43
  15. Hooks of the Hiway - 5:57
  16. Where Are You At [unlisted] - 1:31
  17. Foothill Blvd. [Alt. version] [unlisted] - 4:20

Members[edit]

  • Gary Young (vocals and drums)
  • RobinVanderpool (guitar and synthesizers)
  • Eric Westphal (bass, vocals, and (awesomeness)
  • Kelly Foley (vocals and guitar)

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