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...Art (Regurgitator album)

...art
Studio album by Regurgitator
Released September 1999
Genre Alternative rock
Length 47:53
Label Warner Music Australia
Producer Quan Yeomans
Ben Ely
Lachlan Gould
Regurgitator chronology
Unit
(1998)
...art
(1999)
Eduardo and Rodriguez Wage War on T-Wrecks
(2001)
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...art is the third album from the Australian rock band, Regurgitator, released in 1999. "Are U Being Served?" contains samples from the Are You Being Served? theme song. The album was recorded in Byron Bay and was the final album with drummer Martin Lee.

Track listing

  1. "Happiness" (Q. Yeomans) – 3:56
  2. "Ghost" (B. Ely) – 3:40
  3. "Freshmint!" (Q. Yeomans) – 3:55
  4. "Strange Human Being" (Q. Yeomans) – 4:25
  5. "I Wanna Be a Nudist" (B. Ely) – 2:02
  6. "I Like Repetitive Music" (Q. Yeomans) – 2:40
  7. "Art" (B. Ely) – 1:05
  8. "Feels Alright!" (B. Ely) – 3:45
  9. "I Love Tommy Mottola" (Q. Yeomans) – 4:10
  10. "Are U Being Served?" (Q. Yeomans) – 5:00
  11. "Obtusian" (M. Lee/B. Ely) – 3:08
  12. "The Lonely Guy" (Q. Yeomans) – 4:10
  13. "Virtual Life" (B. Ely) – 12:19

References

  1. ^ Macgregor, Jody. ...art at AllMusic


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