Pop Tart (album)

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Pop Tart
Pop tart album.jpg
Studio album by Little Nobody
Released September 1998
Genre Electronic
Length 74 mins.
Label IF? Records
Producer Andrez Bergen
Little Nobody chronology
Solid Gold Collectibles, and Then Some EP
Pop Tart
Action Hero
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
3D World 4/5 stars 2 November 1998
Juice 7/10 stars Issue 73, 1999
revolver 4/5 stars 2 November 1998
Rolling Stone Australia 3/5 stars #55, January 1999

Pop Tart is the debut full-length album from Melbourne's Little Nobody. This album was released on IF? Records in September, 1998 in Australia.

Critical reception[edit]

"If the pharmaceutical journeying of writer Hunter S. Thompson seems allied, somehow, to the rituals of club culture and its music," mused critic Chris Johnston for Rolling Stone, "then look up this grab-bag of sounds and postures by Little Nobody, aka Melbourne producer/DJ Andrez Bergen... A deluded, entertaining quest, in this case through the electronic music of the '90s. There's a bit of everything here, all fighting for control." [1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Sparkplug"
  2. "Nobody's Driving"
  3. "Tobacco-stained Mountain Goat"
  4. "Fear of a Black Bat"
  5. "Zone Troopers"
  6. "We Call It Crack House"
  7. "Nobody's Driving (Pharmaceutical Mix)"
  8. "Pineapple Slice"
  9. "Alright Already!"
  10. "Fuyu"
  11. "Demented Discotheque"
  12. "Old Skool Gangsta Slap"
  13. "Goddammit"
  14. "Nobody's Driving (Nobody's Looking Mix)"
  15. "Nobody's Driving (Houston Mix)"


  • Andrez Bergen - Samples, Composition, Engineering
  • Francois Tetaz - Engineering, Mastering
  • Elenor Rayner - Keyboards (Tracks 8 and 13)
  • Nicole Skeltys - Remix (Track 7)
  • Blimp - Remix (Track 14)
  • Dee Dee - Remix (Track 15)


  1. ^ Pop Tart review, Chris Johnston. Rolling Stone, #55, January, 1999.