We Don't Belong Here

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We Don't Belong Here
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Studio album by Violent Soho
Released 7 June 2008
Recorded Zero Interference Studios, Brisbane & HeadGap Studios, Melbourne
Genre Alternative rock, Grunge
Length 36:14
Label Emergency Music
Producer Dean Dirt, Bryce Moorhead
Violent Soho chronology
Pigs & T.V.
(2006)Pigs & T.V.2006
We Don't Belong Here
(2008)
My Pal/Task Force
(2009)My Pal/Task Force2009
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars
Polaroids of Androids (7.7/10) [1]
Rave Magazine (positive) [2]

We Don't Belong Here is Violent Soho's first studio album, released on 7 June 2008 on the Magic Dirt imprint, Emergency Music.[3] Many of the tracks on the album were remastered and re-written for Violent Soho's self-titled album, which is considered by many to be the band's first proper album.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Violent Soho.

No. Title Length
1. "Love Is A Heavy Word" 2:44
2. "Jesus Stole My Girlfriend" 2:29
3. "Son Of Sam" 3:39
4. "Muscle Junkie" 3:15
5. "My Generation" 3:14
6. "Dumb Machine" 3:37
7. "Bombs Over Broadway" 3:34
8. "Birth Of The Teen-Age" 7:10
9. "Outsider" 3:04
10. "Scrape It" 3:27
Total length: 36:14

Personnel[edit]

  • Produced by Dean Dirt
  • Additional production on tracks 5 and 7 by Bryce Moorhead
  • Tracks 1, 4-8 recorded and mixed with Bryce Moorhead at Zero Interference Studios, Brisbane.
  • Tracks 2, 3, 9, and 10 recorded and mixed with Sloth at HeadGap Studios, Melbourne.
  • Mastered by Lindsay Gravina at Birdland Studios, Melbourne.
  • Artwork by Luke Boerdam
  • Photography by Brad Hymie

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