The Crash Test Dummies is a Canadian folk rock/alternative rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba, widely known . The Ghosts That Haunt Me is the 1991 debut album by Crash Test Dummies. It featured their hit "Superman's Song".
The Crash Test Dummies is a Canadian folk rock/alternative rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba, widely known for their 1993 single "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm". The band is most identifiable through Brad Roberts (vocals, guitar) and his distinctive bass-baritone voice.
The discography of Canadian folk rock/alternative rock band Crash Test Dummies consists of nine studio albums, 23 singles, one live album, a greatest hits compilation, and two video releases. This list does not include material recorded by band members individually or with other side projects. Crash Test Dummies is most identifiable through Brad Roberts' distinctive bass-baritone voice, and the backing/occasional lead vocals of Ellen Reid.
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The Ghosts That Haunt Me 1991
The Ghosts That Haunt Me is the 1991 debut album by Crash Test Dummies. It featured their hit "Superman's Song".
The artwork featured on the cover, and throughout the liner notes, is by 19th-century illustrator Gustav Doré and is from 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The same painting would later be used for black metal band Judas Iscariot's final full length, "To Embrace the Corpses Bleeding". Allmusic writer Stephen Thomas Erlewine gave it 3½ out of 5 stars and called it "a fine debut album by the ever-smug, collegiate, folk-pop humorists."
1. "Winter Song"-4:01
2. "Comin' Back Soon (The Bereft Man's Song)"-4:27
3. "Superman's Song"-4:31
4. "The Country Life"-4:02
5. "Here on Earth (I'll Have My Cake)"-3:03
6. "The Ghosts That Haunt Me"-3:45
7. "Thick-Necked Man" (Benjamin Darvill)-3:19
8. "Androgynous" (Paul Westerberg)-2:36
9. "The Voyage"-3:13
10. "At My Funeral"-4:02
God Shuffled His Feet 1993
God Shuffled His Feet is the second album by the Crash Test Dummies, released in 1993. It features their most popular single, "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm". The cover art superimposes the band members' faces over the figures of Titian's painting Bacchus and Ariadne. It was their most successful album commercially, charting at #9 in the U.S. charts, as well as #2 in the UK charts.
The album was the band's biggest mainstream hit. Allmusic writer Stephen Thomas Erlewine, who gave it 4½ out of 5 stars, attributes the album's success to "Jerry Harrison's remarkably clear and focused production" and that "apart from the relatively concise pop smarts of the singles "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" and "Afternoons and Coffeespoons," God Shuffled His Feet isn't all that different from the band's first album.
God Shuffled His Feet was a number-one album in Austria and New Zealand, and also reached the top five in the national albums charts of numerous countries such as Australia, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland. In addition, the album reached number six in the Netherlands national albums chart, and number nine in the United States Billboard 200 albums chart.
1. "God Shuffled His Feet" – 5:10
2. "Afternoons & Coffeespoons" – 3:56
3. "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" – 3:55
4. "In the Days of the Caveman" – 3:41
5. "Swimming in Your Ocean" – 3:49
6. "Here I Stand Before Me" – 3:07
7. "I Think I'll Disappear Now" – 4:52
8. "How Does a Duck Know?" – 3:42
9. "When I Go Out with Artists" – 3:44
10. "The Psychic" – 3:48
11. "Two Knights and Maidens" – 3:25
12. "Untitled" – 1:43
A Worm's Life 1996
A Worm's Life is the third album by Crash Test Dummies, released in 1996. It came after their successful album, God Shuffled His Feet.
After the band finished touring their hit album God Shuffled His Feet, frontman Brad Roberts spent considerable time traveling abroad, relocating to London, England at the time to escape the pressures of fame and celebrity where, because they didn't get MTV Europe, no one recognized him there "except German and Italian tourists."  During his travels, Roberts began penning new material. Though he briefly visited New York City, most of the material he had written was outside North America, including one notable stay in Prague, Czech Republic . Finally, after having compiled much written material, Roberts reconvened with the rest of the band at Compass Point Studios in The Bahamas in the winter of 1995 to begin recording the follow-up to God Shuffled His Feet. As a departure from the recording sessions of their first two records, the band decided to self-produce A Worm's Life. Pursuing a more guitar-heavy sound, the band drafted acclaimed music producer and recording engineer Terry Manning (known notably for his work with ZZ Top) to engineer the record. The band's producer, Jeff Rogers, noted: "Terry has got a guitar collection to rival Randy Bachman's. And Brad got to play every one of them on the record." Roberts had claimed on record that A Worm's Life "does go a little further than the other ones in terms of odd melodies, wacky key signatures, and chord changes." while continuing to adopt a lyrical approach that looks "at simple things in unusual ways rather than the other way around."
The album was originally planned for release on August 28, 1996. However, the release date would later be moved back to October 2, 1996, with BMG Canada citing the need for "more set-up time". Originally "Overachievers" was planned as the album's lead single (then titled "The Over-Achievers"), with the band's producer Jeff Rogers even noting at the time that the band had contacted three different directors for music video concepts to complement that track's release. However, "He Liked to Feel It" would later replace "Overachievers" as the lead single as the album's release date drew closer. "He Liked to Feel It" proved to be a hit in the band's native Canada, becoming their highest-peaking career single at #2 on the Canadian singles chart. Despite the single's success domestically, "He Liked to Feel It" made minimal chart impact abroad, perhaps due to controversy surrounding the track's music video hindering its promotional efforts. A second single, "My Own Sunrise", would follow in January 1997, becoming a minor hit for the band, with "My Enemies" following as the album's third and final single later that year, also making limited impact.
A Worm's Life enjoyed strong initial sales in Canada; achieving a platinum certification less than one month after its release date. However, the album sold disappointingly elsewhere, and would have a considerably shorter chart life compared to its predecessor God Shuffled His Feet in Canada.
2. "He Liked to Feel It"-3:55
3. "A Worm's Life"-2:56
4. "Our Driver Gestures"-3:36
5. "My Enemies"-3:14
6. "There Are Many Dangers"-3:44
7. "I'm Outlived by That Thing?"-3:15
8. "All of This Ugly"-3:19
9. "An Old Scab"-3:50
10. "My Own Sunrise"-3:35
11. "I'm a Dog"-3:47
12. "Swatting Flies"-2:51
Give Yourself A Hand 1999
Give Yourself a Hand is the fourth album by the Crash Test Dummies, released in 1999, and their final album for BMG. The album spawned a quirky hit "Keep a Lid on Things". The Times review of the album described it as "the best music of their career...an album of rare wit and vitality."
For their third album A Worm's Life, Crash Test Dummies were given a lot of creative freedom, thanks to the success of God Shuffled His Feet. However, the album was considered a disappointment and, the band's label, BMG pressured the band into immediately writing a follow-up. During the initial song-writing process, the band wrote and recorded 35 demos, all of which were rejected by BMG. The demos from these sessions would be shelved until 2011, when a selection of them were released on the compilation album Demo-litions. In 1998, the band would then proceed to write and record the album that became Give Yourself a Hand. At the time, Brad Roberts had moved to Harlem and was greatly inspired by the urban music he heard in the area. As a result, he began the writing an album that was full of soul and hip-hop beats, including Roberts singing in Falsetto for the first time. The sound of the album can also to attributed to the contributions from co-writer/producer Greg Wells. The band's keyboardist Ellen Reid is featured singing lead vocals on several tracks, including the album's second single "Get You in the Morning".
1. "Keep a Lid on Things"-2:45
2. "A Cigarette Is All You Get"-2:27
3. "Just Chillin'"-3:32
4. "I Want to Par-tay!"-2:29
5. "Give Yourself a Hand"-3:00
6. "Get You in the Morning"-2:57
7. "Pissed With Me"-3:09
8. "Just Shoot Me, Baby"-3:34
9. "A Little Something" (Ellen Reid, Brad Roberts, Greg Wells)-4:36
10. "I Love Your Goo" (Brad Roberts)-3:31
11. "Aching to Sneeze" (Brad Roberts)-3:23
12. "Playing Dead"-3:15
I Don't Care That You Don't Mind 2001
I Don't Care That You Don't Mind is the fifth studio album by Crash Test Dummies. The album began as a solo album for Brad Roberts, while he was recuperating in the town of Argyle, Nova Scotia after suffering a near-fatal car accident in the fall of 2000. Crash Test Dummies' name was put on the album after the band (minus Benjamin Darvill) agreed to tour the album.
1. "I Don't Care That You Don't Mind"
2. "On And on"
3. "The Day We Never Met"
4. "Let It Feel Like Something Else"
5. "Little Secret"
6. "Sittin' on a Tree Stump"
7. "Buzzin' Flies"
8. "Yer Devil Ways"
9. "Hangin' Tree"
10. "Every Morning"
11. "Never Comin' Back"
12. "Put Me in a Corner of Your Mind"
13. "Shoot 'Em Up, Shoot 'Em Down"
14. "I Never Fall Asleep at Night"
Jingle All The Way 2002
Jingle All the Way is a 2002 Christmas album by Crash Test Dummies.
1. "White Christmas"
2. "O Little Town of Bethlehem"
3. "Jingle Bells"
4. "In the Bleak Midwinter"
5. "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen"
6. "We Three Kings"
7. "The Little Drummer Boy"
8. "The First Noel"
9. "Silent Night"
10. "Good King Wenceslas"
11. "The Huron Carol"
Puss 'n' Boots 2003
Puss 'N' Boots is the sixth studio album by Crash Test Dummies, released in 2003. The album began life as a Brad Roberts solo project. While the lyrics were written by Brad Roberts, most of the music was written by Stuart Cameron. Perhaps not coincidentally, this album is, musically-speaking, more conventional, less original. Ellen sang backing vocals and Dan played bass, though much of the music was performed by other musicians.
1. "It's a Shame"
2. "Everything Is Better with Me"
3. "Triple Master Blaster"
4. "I'm the Man (That You Are Not)"
5. "Stupid Same"
6. "I'll See What I Can Do"
7. "Your Gun Won't Fire"
8. "Flying Feeling"
9. "If Ya Wanna Know"
10. "Bye Bye Baby, Goodbye"
11. "I Never Try That Hard"
12. "Never Bother Looking Back"
13. "It'll Never Leave You Alone"
Songs Of The Unforgiven 2004
Songs of the Unforgiven is the seventh album recorded by the Crash Test Dummies, released in 2004. Almost immediately after recording "Puss 'n' Boots", Brad Roberts, Ellen Reid and Dan Roberts proceeded to prepare recording the follow-up, with Roberts acknowledging he went "through this phase where I was extremely prolific and I wrote like three records worth of material in a space of months." The band pursued a decisively raw, acoustic, stripped-down sound for "Songs of the Unforgiven", and turned to the Internet in search of a recording studio that featured a pipe organ. By Googling "recording studios" plus “pipe organ”, the first result revealed Sacred Heart Studios in Duluth, Minnesota: a church originally constructed in 1894 that was later abandoned and eventually restored and turned into a venue for concerts. Having discovered Sacred Heart Recording Studio included a 1493-pipe, Felgemaker pipe-organ, the band drove to Duluth and recorded the album the following January.
The album is decidedly apocalyptic thematically, featuring lyrics replete with Biblical references and imagery. Other unconventional instruments appear on the record, including the harp and kettle drums.
Suzzy Roche (of female vocal group "The Roches" fame) provides backing vocals on the album's three sonnets.
2. "Sonnet 1 (And When the Sun Goes Down)"
3. "And So Will Always Be"
4. "The Unforgiven Ones"
5. "Interlude 1"
6. "Come Down to the Sinkhole"
7. "Is the Spell Really Broken?"
8. "Everlasting Peace"
9. "Sonnet 2 (And Back in Ages Past)"
10. "The Beginning of the End"
11. "Interlude 2"
12. "You've Had Your Run"
13. "There Is No Final Winner"
14. "You've Done It Once Again"
15. "Sonnet 3 (The Cold Is Here)"
16. "The Wicked and the Evil"
Oooh La La! 2010
Oooh La La! is the eighth album by the Crash Test Dummies, released 11 May 2010 on Deep Fried Records, distributed by MRI Records. The songs on the album are based around the Optigan and Omnichord toy instruments. The seeds for Oooh La La! were first planted when Brad Roberts and producer Stewart Lerman (Antony & the Johnsons, The Roches) became infatuated with vintage analog musical toys, particularly one manufactured by the Mattel company called the Optigan (an acronym for "optical organ"). Using celluloid discs, the Optigan projects the sounds of other instruments with different sets of keys triggering chords and individual notes. The discs, with names like "Nashville," "Swing It!" and "Guitar Boogie," rotate to produce different arrays of sounds. The process is eerily similar to the digital sampling that is so common today, but the antiquated analog system produces quite a different effect. "Because we wrote using these discs, we were inspired to do things that we wouldn't have done," Roberts points out. "I don't write big band style, but all of a sudden I had this big band [on disc], so I'm writing in a genre that I normally wouldn't be writing in. I can't say enough about how great it is to write on these toys."
Brad Roberts originally stated that he planned to release the album as a digital-only release, since he couldn't afford the CD distribution costs (and he believed that CDs would be out of date by 2015). However, plans were later changed and Roberts signed a distribution deal with MRI Records, which distributed the album via Sony's RED Distribution division.
1. "Songbird" – 3:45
2. "You Said You'd Meet Me (In California)" – 3:25
3. "And It's Beautiful" – 3:25
4. "Paralyzed" – 3:32
5. "The In-Between Place" – 2:50
6. "Not Today Baby" – 3:10
7. "Heart Of Stone'" – 4:52
8. "Lake Bras d'Or" – 2:25
9. "What I'm Famous for" – 2:57
10. "Now You See Her" – 4:06
11. "Put a Face" – 2:06
Best Of 2007
The Best of Crash Test Dummies is a 2007 compilation album by the Crash Test Dummies. It is released by Sony BMG and it includes songs from both the band's BMG and independent releases. It was released on October 1, 2007 and re-released on March 10, 2008 with the inclusion of two previously unreleased tracks. The re-release carries a slightly different title of, "Best Of Crash Test Dummies - Collections".
1. "Superman's Song"
2. "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm"
3. "The Ghosts That Haunt Me"
4. "Afternoons & Coffeespoons"
5. "The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead" (feat. Ellen Reid)
6. "He Liked to Feel It"
7. "Flying Feeling"
8. "Every Morning"
9. "Keep a Lid on Things"
10. "The Day We Never Met"
11. "The Unforgiven Ones"
12. "It'll Never Leave You Alone"
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