Vertigo (Boxcar album)

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Studio album by Boxcar
Released 19 November 1990[1]
Genre synthpop, electronica
Length 43:28
Label Volition Records
Producer Robert Racic
Boxcar chronology
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Vertigo was a 1990 album by Australian electronic-synthpop group Boxcar released by Volition Records in Australia (voltcd24) and by Arista Records (ARCD8610) in the United States. The single "Freemason (You Broke The Promise)" in 1988 hit number 8 in the United States Billboard dance music chart. "Insect" (remixed by noted producer Arthur Baker) and "Gas Stop (Who Do You Think You Are?)" (remixed by Francois Kevorkian) both charted in the US but had little local impact – "Gas Stop" peaked at #82 on the ARIA singles chart.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Gas Stop (Who Do You Think You Are?)
  2. Insect
  3. Vertigo
  4. Freemason (You Broke The Promise)
  5. Comet
  6. Hit & Run
  7. 900 Hours
  8. Lelore
  9. Cruel To You
  10. This Is The Town
  11. Index


Chart (1991) Position
Australia (ARIA)[3] 118


Remix album by Boxcar
Released 1992
Recorded 1989-1992
Genre synthpop, electronica
Label Volition Records
Boxcar chronology

Revision was a 1992 remix album by Australian electronic-synthpop group Boxcar released by Volition Records in Australia (voltcd46) largely featuring remixes from the group's debut Vertigo (1990), with the sole exception of a new track, "Ultrasonic".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ultrasonic (Gyro mix)" (remixed by Pee Wee Ferris, Sydney 1992)
  2. "Comet (Vision mix)" (remixed by Vision 4/5, Brisbane 1991)
  3. "Hit & Run (Euphoric mix)" (remixed by Sugarman & Klippel, Melbourne 1991)
  4. "Insect (Club mix)" (remixed by Robert Racic, Sydney 1989)
  5. "900 Hours (Mr E. mix.)" (remixed by Tom Ellard, Sydney 1992)
  6. "Gas Stop (High Octane mix)" (remixed by Francois Kevorkian, New York 1990)
  7. "Freemason (Shakedown mix)" (remixed by Arthur Baker, New York 1989
  8. "Lelore (World Vibe mix)" (remixed by Tony Garcia, Miami 1991)
  9. "Hit & Run (Acid On The Rocks)" (remixed by Robert Racic, New York 1989)
  10. "Vertigo (Spiral Dub)" (remixed by Robert Racic, Sydney 1989)


Chart (1992) Position
Australia (ARIA)[3] 154


  1. ^ "New Release Summary – Product Available from: 19/11/90 > Albums (from The ARIA Report Issue No. 45)". (original document published by ARIA). Retrieved 5 October 2016. 
  2. ^ Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988–2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing. 
  3. ^ a b "Response from ARIA re: Boxcar ARIA chart history, received 20 February 2018". Retrieved 20 February 2018.  N.B. The High Point number in the NAT column represents the release's peak on the national chart.