Will Work for Food (album)

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This article is about the album by Uncle Slam. For the Food Network television series, see Will Work for Food (TV show).
Will Work for Food
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Studio album by Uncle Slam
Released July 1, 1993
Recorded 1991-1993 at Kingsound Studios, North Hollywood, California, G-Son Studios, Atwater Village, California, Silver Cloud Studios, Burbank, California, Mad Dog Studios, Venice, California
Genre Crossover thrash
Length 40:30
Label Restless Records
Producer Warren "King" Croyle
Uncle Slam chronology
Say Uncle
(1988)
Will Work for Food
(1993)
When God Dies
(1995)

Will Work for Food is an album by Los Angeles, California crossover thrash band Uncle Slam, released in 1993. It was their first full-length studio album in five years, since Say Uncle (1988), and is, to date, their last recording with drummer Amery Smith. Uncle Slam began work on this album in 1991, right after bassist Simon Oliver returned to the fold. The writing and recording process spanned two years and four recording studios in California, and was finished in 1993.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Uncle Slam, except "Dazed and Confused", which is actually a cover of Led Zeppelin.

  1. "Back from Beyond"
  2. "Left for Dead"
  3. "Roadkill"
  4. "Hangin' in the Hood"
  5. "Dominant Submission"
  6. "Face the Fight"
  7. "Will Work for Food"
  8. "Cold Fire"
  9. "Dazed and Confused"
  10. "Finger First"
  11. "It Can Happen"