Toast (Tar album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 25, 1993
RecordedApril 1993 at CRC Chicago, IL
Genre Post-hardcore, noise rock [1]
Label Touch and Go Records [2]
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Toast is a studio album by American post-hardcore band Tar, released in 1993 through Touch and Go Records. [4] [5]


Track listing

All tracks are written by Tar.

1."Altoids, Anyone?"2:45
2."Barry White"3:44
3."Quitter Fellow"4:04
7."Testor's Choice"3:37
9."Mach Song"3:40
10."Theme (Includes hidden track "The French Horn")"15:29




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