Nice Talking to Me

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Nice Talking To Me
Spin Doctors - Nice Talking to Me.jpg
Studio album by Spin Doctors
Released September 13, 2005
Recorded 2003–2005
Genre Rock
Length 45:35
Label Ruffnation Music
Producer Matt Wallace
Spin Doctors chronology
Just Go Ahead Now: A Retrospective
Nice Talking to Me
If the River Was Whiskey
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Nice Talking to Me is the fifth studio album by the Spin Doctors. It was officially released on September 13, 2005 and features the original four members of the band.

The song "Can't Kick the Habit" was featured in the movie Grandma's Boy, and appears on its soundtrack.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Nice Talking to Me" Barron, Comess, Schenkman, Matt Wallace, White 3:59
2. "Sugar" Barron, Comess, Schenkman, White 4:18
3. "Margarita" Barron 3:01
4. "Happily Ever After" Barron, Comess 3:21
5. "I'd Like to Love You (But I Think You Might Be Crazy)" Barron, Comess, Schenkman 5:03
6. "Can't Kick the Habit" Barron, Jeff Cohen, Joost Sweggers 8:16
7. "My Problem Now" Barron, Comess, Schenkman 3:19
8. "Genuine" Corky Laing, Schenkman 5:40
9. "Tonight You Could Steal Me Away" Barron, Schenkman 4:26
10. "Safety Pin" Barron, Schenkman 4:13


Spin Doctors
  • Chris Barron – Lead vocals (except track 8), backing vocals, acoustic guitar on track 6
  • Aaron Comess – percussion, drums, background vocals on tracks 1 and 9
  • Eric Schenkman – guitar, backing vocals on tracks 1, 2, 5, 8, 9 and 10, lead vocals on track 8
  • Mark White – bass, backing vocals on track 2
Additional musician
  • Vince Jones - Keyboard on tracks 1, 4, 6 and 7
  • Producers: Matt Wallace
  • Engineers: Mike Landolt
  • Additional engineering: Posie Mliadi, Pete Martinez (at Sound City)
  • Mixing: Matt Wallace
  • Recording: Sound City (Van Nuys, CA)
  • Mastering: Brian Gardner
  • Art direction: Julian Peploe
  • Photography: Mike Waring, Chris Barron & Aaron Comess


  1. ^ Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "Nice Talking to Me – Spin Doctors". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2012-03-16.