The Eight Legged Groove Machine

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The Eight Legged Groove Machine
The Eight Legged Groove Machine.jpg
Studio album by The Wonder Stuff
Released 15 August 1988
Genre Indie rock
Length 36:45
Label Polydor
Producer Pat Collier
The Wonder Stuff chronology
The Eight Legged Groove Machine
(1988)
Hup
(1989)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Eight Legged Groove Machine is the debut album from The Wonder Stuff from August 1988.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Red Berry Joy Town" 2:48
  2. "No, for the 13th Time" 3:02
  3. "It's Yer Money I'm After, Baby" 2:48
  4. "Rue the Day" 1:56
  5. "Give, Give, Give Me More, More, More" 2:49
  6. "Like a Merry Go Round" 2:40
  7. "The Animals and Me" 3:05
  8. "A Wish Away" 2:30
  9. "Grin" 2:58
  10. "Mother and I" 2:24
  11. "Some Sad Someone" 2:47
  12. "Ruby Horse" 3:06
  13. "Unbearable" 2:28
  14. "Poison" 2:58
  15. "Times Will Change"(CD bonus track) 0.41

2000 Reissue bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "A Song Without an End" 4.09
  2. "Goodbye Fatman" 3.11
  3. "Astley in the Noose" 3.30
  4. "Ooh, She Said" 2.52

20th Anniversary Edition[edit]

Re-recordings of the original album with bonus tracks, October 2008

  1. "Red Berry Joy Town"
  2. "No, for the 13th Time"
  3. "It's Yer Money I'm After, Baby"
  4. "Rue The Day"
  5. "Give, Give, Give Me More, More, More"
  6. "Like a Merry Go Round"
  7. "The Animals and Me"
  8. "A Wish Away"
  9. "Grin"
  10. "Mother and I"
  11. "Some Sad Someone"
  12. "Ruby Horse"
  13. "Unbearable"
  14. "Poison"
  15. "Who Wants to Be the Disco King?"
  16. "Astley in the Noose"
  17. "Goodbye Fatman"
  18. "Ooh, She Said"
  19. "Ten Trenches Deep"
  20. "A Song Without an End"
  21. "Times Will Change"
  22. "Apple of My Eye" - bonus track
  23. "Safety Pin Stuck in My Heart" - bonus track
  24. "Shit Out of Luck" - bonus track

Personnel[2][edit]

  • Miles Hunt: Vocals, Guitars
  • Malc Treece: Vocals, Guitars
  • Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones: Bass
  • Martin Gilks: Drums

References[edit]

[1]

://www.thewonderstuff.co.uk/discography.htm