| August 28, 2001|
28 August 2001
Paul Leary, Rob Cavallo
| Weird Revolution
Humpty Dumpty LSD
Alternative rock, Psychedelic rock, Experimental rock, Avant-garde, Alternative hip hop
Butthole Surfers albums, Psychedelic rock albums
Weird Revolution is the eighth studio album by the alternative rock band Butthole Surfers, released in 2001 on Surfdog Records and Hollywood Records. It is in large part a rerecorded version of an earlier album, tentatively entitled After the Astronaut, that was abandoned in 1998.
The initial release of this album featured a lenticular cover and jewel case that shows the baby's limbs moving and shooting a beam at other planes on the cover. The song "They Came In" was featured on the soundtrack to Mission: Impossible II. The song "The Shame of Life" was featured in the trailer for Phone Booth.
"The Shame of Life
- "The Shame of Life"
- "The Shame of Life" (A Cappella)
- "The Shame of Life" (DJ Z-Trip Remix)
- "The Shame of Life" (Bonus Beats)
"Dracula from Houston"
Gibby Haynes – vocals
Paul Leary – guitar, producer, mixing (Track 11)
King Coffey – drums
Rob Cavallo – producer (Tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 8), A&R
Michael Bradford – engineering (Tracks 1, 2, & 7), additional production (Track 2)
Stuart Sullivan – engineering (Tracks 1, 4–7, & 9–12), mixing (Track 11)
Allen Sides – engineering (Tracks 2, 3, & 8)
Chris Lord-Alge – mixing (Tracks 1–10 & 12)
Brian Gardner – mastering
Nathan Calhoun – bass
Chris Vrenna – additional drum programming (Track 9)
Cheryl Jenets – A&R coordination
- "Dracula from Houston (The Bike Song) (Radio Edit)"
- "They Came In"
- "Call Out Hook"
Album - Billboard (North America)
Singles - Billboard (North America)
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2The Shame of Life3:54
3Dracula From Houston3:43