Wonderama (album)

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Genre Folk, rock
Label Myrrh
Producer Terry Scott Taylor
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Wonderama is an album by Randy Stonehill released in 1991 on Myrrh Records.


Track listing

All songs written by Randy Stonehill except as otherwise noted.

  1. "Wonderama" (Stonehill, Terry Taylor) – 6:20
  2. "I Will Follow" (Stonehill, Taylor) – 3:00
  3. "Barbie Nation" (Stonehill, Taylor) – 4:57
  4. "Don't Be Sad" (Randy Stonehill, Angelo Natalie) – 4:15
  5. "Rachel Delevoryas" – 3:19
  6. "Intermission at the Wonderama" – 1:05
  7. "Great Big Stupid World" (Stonehill, Taylor) – 5:47
  8. "Sing in Portuguese" – 4:05
  9. "Mice & Men" – 3:13
  10. "The Lost Parade" – 4:14
  11. "Lantern in the Snow" (Stonehill, Taylor) – 4:36
  12. "Wonderama Postlude" (Stonehill, Taylor) – :42


The Wonderama Band

Additional musicians

Los Campesinos Mariachi Band – backing vocals on "Sing in Portuguese"

Boy's Choir on "Lantern in the Snow"


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