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We Are the Humans

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Recorded  2008
Artist  The Humans
Producer  Bill Rieflin
We Are The Humans (2009)  Sugar Rush (2011)
Release date  1 May 2009
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Released  1 May 2009 (1 May 2009)
Genres  Rock music, Experimental music
Similar  Toyah Willcox albums, Rock music albums

We Are The Humans is a 2009 studio album by The Humans. It is the debut release by the experimental band formed by singer Toyah Willcox, former REM drummer Bill Rieflin and musician Chris Wong. The band performed their first concerts, previewing the album, in Estonia in October 2007. The album was then recorded in Seattle during 2008. The band then returned to Estonia to perform the album in May 2009. They were joined on stage by Willcox's husband Robert Fripp.


Track listing

  1. We Are The Humans
  2. Is It Wrong
  3. Twisted Soul
  4. Telekinesis
  5. Quicksilver
  6. Labyrinth
  7. Icarus
  8. Noise In Your Head
  9. This Belongs To You
  10. Demigod
  11. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (featuring Robert Fripp) Bonus track - UK CD only


  • Toyah - voice, loops, angry bee
  • Chris - bass, guitar, organ, humming
  • Bill - bass, synths, gadgets, whirring organ, drums, claps, hums
  • Produced by Bill Rieflin
  • Recorded by Don Gunn
  • All songs written by Willcox/Rieflin/Wong except 1,3 (Willcox), 9 (Willcox/Fripp) and 11 (Lee Hazlewood)
  • Releases

    International editions

  • Estonian CD edition (2009) Available at the 2009 Estonian concerts
  • UK CD edition (2009) With bonus track These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
  • UK digital edition (2009)
  • Singles

  • These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (featuring Robert Fripp) (2009)
  • Promotional music videos

  • We Are The Humans (2008)
  • Quicksilver (2009)
  • These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (featuring Robert Fripp) (2009)
  • Songs

    1We Are the Humans5:25
    2Is It Wrong3:58
    3Twisted Soul2:50


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