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You Broke My Heart So... I Busted Your Jaw is an album by Spooky Tooth, first released in 1973 on Island Records. It was the first album to be released after the band reformed, following its 1970 breakup. Founding guitarist Luther Grosvenor did not rejoin the band, as he had joined Mott The Hoople as a guitarist, adopting the stage name of Ariel Bender. Grosvenor was replaced by Mick Jones, who later co-founded Foreigner while founding drummer Mike Kellie was replaced by Bryson Graham. The album was remastered and re-released with a bonus track on compact disc (CD) in 2005 by Repertoire.
All songs written by Gary Wright, except where noted.
- "Cotton Growing Man" – 4:39
- "Old as I Was Born" – 4:40
- "This Time Around" (Bryson Graham) – 4:08
- "Holy Water" – 3:27
- "Wildfire" – 4:04
- "Self Seeking Man" – 3:47
- "Times Have Changed" (Mick Jones, Wright) – 3:53
- "Moriah" – 6:20
2005 CD Bonus Track
- "Nobody There at All" (Post, Martin) – 3:44 (Alternate Mix)
- Val Burke – bass, backing vocals