|Studio album by Gregg Alexander|
|Released||May 5, 1992|
|Recorded||Los Angeles, California at Sunset Sound, Westlake Audio, American Recorders, The Music Grinder, Gregg's bedroom, and the Suicide Room|
|Genre||Rock, funk, pop|
|Producer||Gregg Alexander, Rick Nowels|
|Gregg Alexander chronology|
Intoxifornication is the second album by Gregg Alexander, released on May 5, 1992.
It includes three tracks ("Loving You Sets Me Free", "Cruel With Me" and "The World We Love So Much") that had already been released on Alexander's 1989 debut album Michigan Rain. It also includes rerecordings of "Michigan Rain" and "Save Me From Myself" from that album.
"The Truth" includes the line "Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes/Are you ready?/Here comes the lawsuit, baby", followed by Alexander covering the refrain of "Slow Ride" by Foghat. There is also a reference to the "Tutti Frutti" line "A wop-bom a loo-mop".
All songs written by Gregg Alexander.
- "Smokin' in Bed" – 3:11
- "Michigan Rain" – 2:50
- "Loving You Sets Me Free" – 4:23
- "Intoxifornication" – 4:02
- "The Truth" – 5:13
- "Save Me from Myself" – 6:22
- "I Wanna Seduce You" – 3:13
- "Electric Girlfriend" – 2:25
- "Cruel with Me" – 4:02
- "The World We Love So Much" – 4:38
- "Wear Your Love Beside You" (hidden track, title listed on Japanese release) – 4:31
- Gregg Alexander - vocals, lead guitar, solos, electric and acoustic rhythm guitars
- Danielle Brisebois - girl singing and assorted moans
- N'Dea Davenport - additional vocals
- Denny Fongheiser - drums
- Laura Harding - additional vocals
- David Munday - additional vocals
- John Pierce - bass guitar
- Rick Nowels - electric guitar, keyboards, piano and bass, additional vocals
- Rudy Richman - drums
- Ben Schultz - lead and rhythm guitars
- Robbie Seidman - additional vocals
- Sandy Stewart - additional vocals
- Maria Vidal - additional vocals
- Full album audio stream at imeem
- "Slow Ride" lyrics and audio clip at Foghat's official homepage
- NewRadicals.Us. Unofficial forum covering New Radicals, Gregg Alexander and Danielle Brisebois.