Bath & Tea

by Viragos

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Released on House of Delilah in 2002.

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released December 24, 2012

Gary Anderson - guitar
Sheryl Johnston - drums
Mike Bonello - bass
Anthony Notaro - guitar
Everybody sings.

Produced by the Viragos
Executive producer Lyrra Glinore
Recorded and mixed by Andy Wright at +/- Recording, Pittsburgh and John Johnston at Basement Transmissions, Erie.
Mastered by Andy Wright at +/-.
Photo strips taken in the booth at the Warhol Museum.
Label Photo by Charlotte Wright.
Design by Image Fiend Productions

Additional instruments/musicians:
Gary Anderson, saxophone (You Sucked Me Dry)
Anthony Notaro, trumpet (Carnaby Street, You Sucked Me Dry)
Mike Bonello, whit-it cracker )I Can Taste You), handclaps (Godhead)
Mike Shanley, Fender Rhodes (Carnaby Street, What Were We Going to Do)
John Johnston keyboards (Me In Love)
Gina Rullo, theremin (I Can Taste You)
Sam Pace, handclaps (Godhead)
Andy Wright, shaker (Godhead)

Tea & sympathy courtesy of Nice Guy Ryan.

All songs written by Gary Anderson (lyrics)/Viragos (music).
©2002 Earth Souvenir

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Rickety Records Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rickety Records began with Tiny Little Help in Pittsburgh in 1990, who after relocating to Albuquerque in 1992-3, released The Mad Leafless Tree in 1994. After recording Postmaster Flash in 1995, TLH moved back to Pittsburgh, where its members formed or joined The Working Poor, Dirty Faces, Dead at 24, The Johnsons, The Bumps, Viragos, Anita Fix & Bambam and Raw Blow. ... more

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