The Pietasters (album)

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The Pietasters
The Pietasters 1993.jpg
Studio album by The Pietasters
Released 1993
Genre Ska/soul
Length 47:13
Label Slugtone
Moon Records
Producer Nick Nichols
Cobb Ervin
The Pietasters
The Pietasters chronology
All You Can Eat
(1992)
The Pietasters
(1993)
Oolooloo
(1995)
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

The Pietasters, also commonly referred to as Piestomp, is the first album by the ska/soul band The Pietasters. It was released in 1993 on Slugtone. Alternative recordings had earlier been released on cassette as All You Can Eat and The Ska-Rumptious 7 Inch. The CD was reissued in 2000 and made available through the band's website. It is currently out of print.

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs by The Pietasters unless noted.
  1. "Intro" (1:09)
  2. "Dollar Bill" (3:26)
  3. "Perfect World" (2:56)
  4. "Little Engine" (3:24)
  5. "Night Owl"(2:43) (Tony Allen; cover of single version by Bad Habits)
  6. "Model Citizen" (4:23)
  7. "Factory Concerto" ("Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott, from Looney Tunes) (2:51)
  8. "Ace Miller" (2:19)
  9. "Metro" (2:50)
  10. "Five Days of the Week" (3:16)
  11. "Catalog Bohemian" (2:37)
  12. "Pietaster" (4:26)
  13. "Without You" (3:30)
  • "Factory" (4:50) (hidden track)

Personnel[edit]

  • Stephen Jackson – vocals
  • Talmage Bayer – vocals
  • Tom Goodin – guitar
  • Chris Watt – bass guitar
  • Ben Gauslin – drums
  • Eric Raecke – tenor saxophone
  • Rob French – trombone
  • Carlos Linares – trumpet
  • Caroline Boutwell – farfisa
  • Cool 'Casian Don – vocals on track 6
  • Nick Nichols – producer, mixer
  • Cobb Ervin – producer, mixer
  • Max Henkel – additional engineering