|Studio album by Alan Vega|
|Recorded||November - December 1982|
|Studio||Syncro Sound Studios, Boston|
|Alan Vega chronology|
Saturn Strip is an album by Alan Vega, released in 1983 on Elektra Records. The album was produced by Ric Ocasek and features musical contributions from Al Jourgensen. "Kid Congo" is a homage to Kid Congo Powers, evolving from a soundcheck abstraction called "Bongo Bongo". The album was reissued on CD in 2004 by Wounded Bird, which also included the Just a Million Dreams album.
All tracks composed by Alan Vega; except where indicated
- "Saturn Drive" (Al Jourgensen, Alan Vega) - 5:36
- "Video Babe" - 3:17
- "American Dreamer" (Ric Ocasek, Vega) - 5:04
- "Kid Congo" - 2:37
- "Goodbye Darling" (Mark Kuch, Vega) - 2:38
- "Wipeout Beat" - 5:59
- "Je T'Adore" - 3:40
- "Angel" - 5:06
- "Every 1's a Winner" (Errol Brown) - 4:10
- Alan Vega - vocals
- Mark Kuch - guitar
- Larry Chaplin - bass
- Sesu Coleman - drums
- Stephen George - drums on "Saturn Drive", "American Dreamer" and "Wipeout Beat"
- Ric Ocasek - guitar, keyboards
- Al Jourgensen - keyboards on "Saturn Drive"
- Greg Hawkes - synthesizer, saxophone on "Wipeout Beat"
- Michael Zilkha - executive producer
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