Wonderful Virus

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Wonderful Virus
Wonderful Virus.jpg
Studio album by Green Apple Quick Step
Released 1993
Recorded Recorded at Bad Animals, Seattle, Washington[1]
Genre Alternative rock, grunge[2]
Length 43:08
Label Medicine, Reprise
Producer Daniel Rey
Green Apple Quick Step chronology
Wonderful Virus
(1993)
Reloaded
(1995)Reloaded1995
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[3]

Wonderful Virus is the debut album by post-grunge group Green Apple Quick Step released in 1993[1] on the Medicine Label.[4] The album was produced by Daniel Rey.[1] The video for the single "Dirty Water Ocean" was revered on Beavis and Butthead. Medicine released the single "Ludes and Cherrybombs" as a promotional CD in Europe in 1993, containing the album version, a version remixed by Martin Feveyear, and an edited version of that remix.[5] That single was also released as a limited edition 7" purple vinyl in the UK in 1994, with the Feveyear remix on one side and the other side containing an acoustic version of "Feel My Way", as well as a track called "The Unheard Music". Both B-side tracks were recorded by John Goodmanson, mixed by Phil Ek, and produced by Green Apple Quick Step and Martin Feveyear.[6]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Green Apple Quick Step

No. Title Length
1. "Dirty Water Ocean" 2:53
2. "Broken" 4:42
3. "Ludes and Cherrybombs" 5:38
4. "Bottle" 4:56
5. "Rapid" 5:51
6. "Feel My Way" 4:41
7. "Pay the Rent" 2:56
8. "Can't Believe" 3:54
9. "Eating on All Fours" 2:57
10. "Stereo" 4:40

Personnel[edit]

Green Apple Quick Step
Production personnel

References[edit]