|The Flight of Wally Funk|
|Studio album by|
|Released||1 October 2001|
|Recorded||November – December 2000|
|Genre||Alternative rock, alternative dance|
|Singles from The Flight of Wally Funk|
The Flight of Wally Funk is the fifth studio album by Australian rock band Spiderbait. Named after female aviator Wally Funk,the album was released in October 2001 and peaked at number 34 on the ARIA charts.
|2.||"Outta My Head"||2:32|
|5.||"Pack It Up"||3:40|
|6.||"Rumble in the Tummy"||4:43|
|7.||"The Last One"||2:10|
|8.||"Six Bar Central"||2:18|
|10.||"Arse Huggin' Pants"||5:06|
|13.||"Four on the Floor"||3:07|
|14.||"The Mob Has Spoken"||3:12|
|15.||"Inner Ear Infection"||4:00|
|17.||"Most Boys Suck"||1:42|
|18.||"Ballad of Whitby Farm"||3:14|
|Australian Albums (ARIA)||34|
|Australia||1 October 2001||CD||Universal||547349-2|
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