This One's for the Ladies
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|This One's For the Ladies|
|Studio album by Young Fresh Fellows|
|Young Fresh Fellows chronology|
This One's For the Ladies is the fifth proper full-length album by rock band Young Fresh Fellows. It was released in 1989 by Frontier Records, and represents the first appearance of lead guitarist Kurt Bloch (of famed Seattle rock group The Fastbacks) on a Fellows release. This record contains the band's sole chart hit, "Carrothead", which peaked at #29 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1990.
- "This One's For The Ladies"
- "Still There's Hope"
- "Middle Man Of Time"
- "Wishing Ring"
- "New Old Song"
- "The Family Gun"
- "Taco Wagon"
- "Picture Book"
- "Lost Track Of Time"
- "Miss Lonelyhearts"
- "Deep, Down And In Between"
- "When I'm Lonely Again/One Day You Die"
- "Don't You Wonder How It Ends?"
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