White Hot Peach

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White Hot Peach
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Studio album by Primitive Radio Gods
Released October 24, 2000
Recorded 1999 & 2000
Genre Alternative rock
Length 38:35
Label What Are Records
Producer Chris O'Connor
Primitive Radio Gods chronology
Rocket
(1996)
White Hot Peach
(2000)
Fading Out EP
(2001)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

White Hot Peach is the Primitive Radio Gods' follow-up to Rocket, and was released on October 24, 2000. Quite different in sound from the debut album, White Hot Peach features much less of the sampling that made the band famous. Most of the material from this album is from "Mellotron On", the album the band planned on releasing through Sire Records in 1999, but could not due to that label's bankruptcy.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Message from Steven" Chris O'Connor, Jeff Sparks 2:16
2. "Ghost of a Chance" O'Connor, Sparks 3:30
3. "Gotta Know Now" O'Connor, Sparks 2:56
4. "Blood from a Beating Heart" Luke McAuliffe, Sparks 3:02
5. "Fading Out" O'Connor, Sparks 3:52
6. "Devil's Triangle" Sparks 2:01
7. "First Alien Photo" O'Connor, Sparks 2:37
8. "Wayward Pilot's Mission" O'Connor, Sparks 3:56
9. "Skin Job" O'Connor, Sparks 4:22
10. "Motor of Joy" O'Connor, Sparks, McAuliffe, Lauterio 3:24
11. "Whatever Wakes McCool" O'Connor, Sparks, McAuliffe, Lauterio 6:40
Total length: 38:36

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