Waiter: "You Vultures!"

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Waiter: "You Vultures!"
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Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 24, 2006 (2006-01-24)
RecordedJohnny Cab Studios, Shoreline, WA
GenreIndie rock, experimental rock, Psychedelic rock
Length52:40
LabelFearless Records
ProducerCasey Bates, John Gourley
Portugal. The Man chronology
Under Waves of the Brown Coat
(2005)
Waiter: "You Vultures!"
(2006)
Church Mouth
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2.5/5 stars [1]
AbsolutePunk8.5/10[2]

Waiter: "You Vultures!" is the debut full length album by the Alaskan experimental rock band Portugal. The Man. It is lead singer John Gourley's first album released after leaving the band Anatomy of a Ghost. It is the band's only album before 2009's The Satanic Satanist to use a heavy amount of electronic drums and synthesizers.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by John Baldwin Gourley.

No.TitleLength
1."How the Leopard Got Its Spots"3:59
2."Gold Fronts"3:27
3."Stables and Chairs"3:16
4."AKA M80 the Wolf"3:56
5."Marching With 6"3:02
6."Elephants"4:03
7."Waiter"3:23
8."Chicago [Explicit]"4:13
9."Bad Bad Levi Brown"3:29
10."Kill Me. The King"3:05
11."Tommy [Explicit]"4:27
12."Horse Warming Party"3:44
13."Guns. Guns...Guns [Explicit]"8:30

Personnel[edit]

Portugal. The Man
  • John Baldwin Gourley – vocals, guitar
  • Wesley James Hubbard – vocals, keyboard
  • Zachary Scott Carothers – bass, vocals
  • Jason Sechrist – drums
Additional personnel
  • Justin Baiers – additional percussion (track 3)
  • Nic Newsham – additional vocals (tracks 5 and 6)
  • Thunderball Fist – additional vocals and keyboards (track 13)
  • Casey Bates – engineering
  • A. William Bentley – additional vocals and guitars (track 7)
  • Austin Sousa – additional engineering
  • Ed Brooks – mastering
  • John Gourley – illustration
  • Wesley Hubbard – illustration
  • Austin Sellers – design, photography, illustration

References[edit]

  1. ^ DiGravina, Tim. Waiter: "You Vultures!" at AllMusic
  2. ^ Weber, Scott. "Review". AbsolutePunk. Retrieved September 20, 2014.