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Something Beginning With C is an album by the New Zealand band The Exponents, released in 1992. It reached number 1 and spent 19 weeks on the New Zealand Album Chart and went three times platinum. It was the first album to be credited as the Exponents, rather than their former name The Dance Exponents. In May 2013, Universal Music re-released the album digitally in New Zealand in remastered standard and deluxe editions. The deluxe edition has thirteen additional tracks of B-sides and the original UK demo of "Why Does Love Do This To Me".
All tracks written by Jordan Luck unless noted.
Additional tracks on the 2013 digital deluxe edition:
Jordan Luck (vocals)
Brian Jones (guitar/vocals)
David Gent (bass guitar)
Produced by Duffy
Mixed by Duffy
Engineered by Duffy and Nigel Foster
Assistant engineer - Karen Opie
Produced by The Exponents and Porl Streekstra
Engineered by Porl Streekstra
Recorded at Airforce Studios, Auckland, New Zealand, Christmas 1991
Cover design: Chad Taylor
Photography: Darryl Ward, The Exponents
- "It Means I Mean You"
- "Fuck" (Sheehan/Luck)
- "Interesting Thing"
- "What's Left Of Love"
- "Are You Sure" (Gent/Luck)
- "Hey Girl Groove!"
- "Only Virtually Mine"
- "Talking About That Girl"
- "Why Does Love Do This To Me" (Demo)
- "Harry's End Piece" (Luck/Gent/Jones/Harallambi)
- "Cake Mix" (Gent/Jones/Harallambi)
The album reached number one on the New Zealand charts in March 1992 and remained there for two weeks.
1Come on In0:46Something Beginning with C Wikipedia
2Please Please and Thank Yourself3:22
3Why Does Love Do This to Me3:29