is the 1991 debut album by the Canadian The Ghosts That Haunt Me folk rock group Crash Test Dummies. It featured their hit " Superman's Song".
The artwork featured on the cover, and throughout the liner notes, is by 19th-century illustrator
Gustav Doré and is from 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The same painting would later be used for black metal band Judas Iscariot's final full length, "To Embrace the Corpses Bleeding".
The artworks on the booklet of the album are by 19th-century illustrator
Gustav Doré and is from 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, except the "The Flying Man" by French novelist Nicolas Edme Restif de la Bretonne and is from 'The Discovery of the Austral Continent by a Flying Man', 1781.
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Personnel [ edit ]
Brad Roberts, lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
Ellen Reid, back-up vocals, piano, keyboards, accordion, pennywhistle
Benjamin Darvill, mandolin, harmonica
Dan Roberts, bass guitar
Steve Berlin, percussion
Bob Doige, recorder on At My Funeral
Vince Lambert, drums
Greg Leisz, pedal steel on The Voyage
Garth Reid, banjo on Comin' Back Soon
Lynn Selwood, cello on Superman's Song
Bill Zulak, violin on Winter Song, The Country Life, At My Funeral.
Reception [ edit ]
Allmusic writer Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave it 3½ out of 5 stars and called it "a fine debut album by the ever-smug, collegiate, folk-pop humorists." 
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