The Full Wiki

More info on Clocking Out Is For Suckers

Clocking Out Is For Suckers: Wikis

Advertisements

Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.

Encyclopedia

(Redirected to Clocking Out Is for Suckers article)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Clocking Out Is For Suckers
Studio album by Drake Tungsten
Released 1994
Recorded 1991-1994
Genre Indie rock
Length 32:49
Label Self-Released
Producer Britt Daniel
Drake Tungsten chronology
Clocking Out Is For Suckers
(1994)
Six Pence for the Sauces
(1996)

Clocking Out Is For Suckers is Drake Tungsten's first album,[1] released in 1994 on cassette only and distributed to the Austin, Texas area.[2] Many of the tracks were re-recorded and re-released on later Spoon albums.

Contents

Tracklisting

  1. "15 Credibility Street" - 2:49
  2. "Chicago at Night" - 3:13
  3. "Let Me Roll It!!" - 2:58
  4. "All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed" - 2:43
  5. "Interview 1" - 0:39
  6. "Do The Manta Ray" - 2:04
  7. "I Could Be Underground" - 1:03
  8. "Taking My Piss Out" - 1:38
  9. "Yeah Oh Yeah Oh Yeah" - 1:07
  10. "[untitled]" - 1:39
  11. "Interview 2" - 1:27
  12. "I Can't Believe That Kurt Cobain Is Dead" - 1:43
  13. "Secrets" - 2:39
  14. "Dismember" - 1:48
  15. "I Wanted To Be Your Friend" - 1:51
  16. "Call Me When You Come Home" - 0:40
  17. "Are You Part Of The Movement?" - 2:48
Advertisements

Notes

References

  1. ^ Mike DaRonco, "Drake Tungsten Biography", Allmusic, retrieved March 11, 2008.
  2. ^ Raoul Hernandez, "Drake Tungsten and His Boy Skellington." The Austin Chronicle, January 25, 1999.

External links


Clocking Out Is For Suckers
Studio album by Drake Tungsten
Released 1994
Recorded 1991-1994
Genre Indie rock
Length 32:49
Label Self-Released
Producer Britt Daniel
Drake Tungsten chronology

Clocking Out Is For Suckers
(1994)
Six Pence for the Sauces
(1996)

Clocking Out Is For Suckers is Drake Tungsten's first album,[1] released in 1994 on cassette only and distributed to the Austin, Texas area.[2] Many of the tracks were re-recorded and re-released on later Spoon albums.

Contents

Tracklisting

  1. "15 Credibility Street" - 2:49
  2. "Chicago at Night" - 3:13
  3. "Let Me Roll It!!" - 2:58
  4. "All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed" - 2:43
  5. "Interview 1" - 0:39
  6. "Do The Manta Ray" - 2:04
  7. "I Could Be Underground" - 1:03
  8. "Taking My Piss Out" - 1:38
  9. "Yeah Oh Yeah Oh Yeah" - 1:07
  10. "[untitled]" - 1:39
  11. "Interview 2" - 1:27
  12. "I Can't Believe That Kurt Cobain Is Dead" - 1:43
  13. "Secrets" - 2:39
  14. "Dismember" - 1:48
  15. "I Wanted To Be Your Friend" - 1:51
  16. "Call Me When You Come Home" - 0:40
  17. "Are You Part Of The Movement?" - 2:48

Notes

References

  1. ^ Mike DaRonco, "Drake Tungsten Biography", Allmusic, retrieved March 11, 2008.
  2. ^ Raoul Hernandez, "Drake Tungsten and His Boy Skellington." The Austin Chronicle, January 25, 1999.

External links


Advertisements






Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message