It's a New Track Record!

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It's A New Track Record!
Studio album by Bob & Tom
Released 1989
Genre Comedy
Label Big Mouth Creative Services, Inc.
Producer Tom Griswold
Bob & Tom chronology
Last Train to Whiskeyville
(1988)
It's A New Track Record!
(1989)
With a Little Help from Our Friends
(1989)

It's A New Track Record! is a comedy album by The Bob & Tom Show, which was first released in May 1989. It is a single CD/cassette which represents original material recorded during their daily radio show (long before syndication) and other studio numbers which had not been previously presented on air.

Track Listings[edit]

Side One
No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "At the Race" The Mad Armenians  
2. "The Indy Song (Indeed)" Heywood Banks  
3. "The Old Man" Tom Griswold & Steve Salge  
4. "A Song for Dick" Tammy Whynot & The Simonizers  
5. "Vaseline Alley" The Love Brothers  
6. "A Tribute to Bob & Tom" Duke Tumatoe  
7. "My Town Brownsburg" Kent Webber  
8. "Lovely Linda" Hyestan Blojovian & The Twin Armeniettes  
9. "Big Knockers" Ricky Rydell as Dean & Jerry  
10. "Hemorrhoids" Randy Lubas  
11. "Just Another Race Song" The Northside Travel Club  
12. "Pee Wee on Vacation" Steve Salge  
13. "The Indy Car Shuffle" The Bizarro Drivers  
Side Two
No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. "The Bob & Tom Theme" The Bob & Tom Almost All Star Band  
2. "The Drinking Song" Tex Blojovian & The Mad Armenians  
3. "Driving Me Crazy" Ronnie Bullard  
4. "Two for the Road" The Mad Armenians  
5. "Weathergirl (A La Carlini)" Cousins From Venus  
6. "A.J. Ghandi" Randy Montgomery  
7. "Tom & Boopsie" Pismo Blec & The Repugnant Scum  
8. "Live from the Speedway Snack Bar" Dave "The King" Wilson  
9. "Swimsuit Edition" Phil Cracker & The Chicken Chokers  
10. "I Want To Drive at the "500"" Danny & The Quayles  
11. "Chick's Sports Probe" Chick McGee  
12. "James Garner, Save Me!" Max Zero  
13. "Pan Flute, The Hadji Method" Hadji  
14. "Bitchin' Guy" Tommy G. & The TomTones