...So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight?

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...So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight?
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Compilation album by A Minor Forest
Released October 5, 1999
Recorded 1993-Sep 1998
Genre Math Rock
Label My Pal God
Producer A Minor Forest
A Minor Forest chronology
Inindependence
(1998)
...So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight?
(1999)

...So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight? is the last release by A Minor Forest, released on Oct 5, 1999, by the My Pal God label.

Track listing[edit]

Disc One
No. Title Length
1. "No One Likes an Old Baby" 4:15
2. "Fatal Wound" (Uncle Tupelo cover) 6:40
3. "Cocktail Party" 7:02
4. "...So, Were They in Some Sort of Fight?" 5:57
5. "Three Long Piles" 7:06
6. "Putting the Gay Back in Reggae" 1:04
7. "Five Bucks on Pump Number Seven" 8:55
8. "Wussy" 4:45
9. "Intercontinental Stalker (And So Does the Wolf Whistle)" 6:54
10. "Disco Party" 8:57
11. "The Ball Window" 6:45
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "John Gets Leftovers Again" 2:21
2. "Well Swayed" 10:58
3. "(Talking to the) Man From Lusk" 7:16
4. "Fuck the Hours" 5:30
5. "Fatal E's" (Dave Cerf remix) 3:29
6. "Water Song" 4:39
7. "Armigh Is a Hovercraft" 3:40
8. "Speed for Gavin (As Interpreted by J Lesser)" 6:04
9. "Lady" (Little River Band cover) 2:21
10. "The Convent" 21:07
11. "Shaggy Parasol" 4:53

Personnel[edit]

  • A.M.F. – Engineer
  • Matt Anderson – Engineer
  • John Benson – Bass, Clarinet, Guitar, Vocals, Music Box
  • Loren Chasse – Remixing
  • Andee Connors – Bass, Drums, Vocals, Slide Guitar
  • Dominique Davison – Cello
  • Andy Ernst – Mixing
  • David Franklin – Photography
  • Erik Hoversten – Bass, Guitar, Vocals, Guitorgan
  • Little River Band – Engineer
  • Keif San Augustin – Assistant Engineer
  • Kurt Schlegel – Engineer
  • Bart Thurber – Engineer, Mixing
  • Uncle Tupelo – Engineer

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