Silverbeet (album)

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Silverbeet
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Studio album by
Released1 June 1993
Recorded15 November – 2 December 1992, at The Outpost, Stoughton, Massachusetts
Genre Dunedin sound, Indie pop, Alternative rock
Length51:17
Label Flying Nun Records
Producer Lou Giordano, The Bats
The Bats chronology
Fear of God
(1991)
Silverbeet
(1993)
Spill the Beans
(1994)
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Silverbeet is an album released in 1993 by New Zealand band The Bats.

Contents

The album was recorded from 15 November to 2 December 1992, at The Outpost in Stoughton, Massachusetts.[ citation needed ]

"Courage" was released as a CD single that included two additional non-album tracks and a reworked version of "Slow Alight". Silverbeet peaked at No. 26 on the New Zealand album charts. [1] [2]

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Robert Scott; all music is composed by The Bats/Robert Scott.

No.TitleLength
1."Courage"4:05
2."Sighting The Sound"3:41
3."Too Much"3:02
4."Slow Alight"3:41
5."Valley Floor"3:31
6."Love Floats Two"5:00
7."Green"3:55
8."No Time For Your Kind"3:29
9."Straight On Home"4:14
10."Before The Day"3:38
11."Stay Away"3:56
12."Drive Me Some Boars"3:41
13."Half Way To Nowhere"5:17

Paul Kean has stated that the song "Slow Alight" on the album is actually named "Alight From The Rear". [1]

Personnel

Also credited:

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References

  1. 1 2 "The Bats". The Bats.
  2. "charts.org.nz - New Zealand charts portal". charts.nz.
  3. "The Bats - Silverbeet". Discogs.