The Sugarcubes: Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, Compact Cassette
The Sugarcubes: Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, Compact Cassette
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The Sugarcubes : Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!

  • Compact Cassette
  • United States
  • Elektra
  • (9 60860-4)
  • 16 Tracks
  • UPC 075596086042
  • EX+ / EX-
  • virgin
  • still sealed, cut-out slit in spine

tracks

A1

Tidal Wave

A2

Regina

A3

Speed Is The Key

A4

Dream TV

A5

Nail

A6

Pump

B1

Eat The Menu

B2

The Bee

B3

Dear Plastic

B4

Shoot Him

B5

Water

B6

A Day Called Zero

B7

Planet

B8

Hey

B9

Dark Disco 1

B10

Hot Meat

Credits

Bass
  • Bragi Ólafsson
Design
  • Keli Kaldi
  • Óskar Storm
Drums
  • Siggi Baldursson
Percussion
  • Siggi Baldursson
Guitar
  • Þór Eldon
Keyboards
  • Margrét Örnólfsdóttir
Layout
  • Designland
Photography
  • Andy Catlin
  • Eged Rings
Producer
  • Derek Birkett
  • The Sugarcubes
Vocals
  • Björk
  • Einar Örn
Trumpet
  • Einar Örn
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