Thursday, August 26, 2021

Crash Test Dummies - The Ghosts That Haunt Me (1991)

Crash Test Dummies - The Ghosts That Haunt Me (1991)

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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"   3:19
8. "Androgynous"   2:36
9. "The Voyage"   3:13
10. "At My Funeral"   4:02




Crash Test Dummies Band Members / Musicians

Brad Roberts - lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars

Ellen Reid - piano, keyboards, accordion, tin whistle, backing vocals

Benjamin Darvill - mandolin, harmonica

Dan Roberts - bass guitar

Vince Lambert - drums

Steve Berlin - percussion

Bob Doige - recorder on At My Funeral

Greg Leisz - pedal steel on The Voyage

Garth Reid - banjo on Comin' Back Soon

Lynn Selwood - cello on Superman's Song

Bill Zulak - violin on Winter Song, The Country Life, At My Funeral





The Ghosts That Haunt Me is the 1991 debut album by the Canadian folk rock group 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 album To Embrace the Corpses Bleeding in 2002.

The artworks on the booklet of the album are by 19th-century illustrator Gustav Doré and are from 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner' by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, except "The Flying Man" by French novelist Nicolas Restif de la Bretonne, from 'The Discovery of the Austral Continent by a Flying Man', 1781.

The Crash Test Dummies is a Canadian rock band from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

The band is most identifiable through Brad Roberts (vocals, guitar) and his distinctive bass-baritone voice. The band members have fluctuated over the years, but its best known line-up consisted of Roberts, Ellen Reid (co-vocals, keyboards), Brad's brother Dan Roberts (bass guitar, backing vocals), Benjamin Darvill (harmonica, mandolin), and Mitch Dorge (drums, percussion). The band is best known internationally for their 1993 single "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" and best known in Canada for the 1991 single "Superman's Song".



Crash Test Dummies Band Members / Musicians

Brad Roberts – lead vocals, guitar (1988–present)

Ellen Reid – vocals, keyboards, accordion (1988–2012, 2017–present)

Dan Roberts – bass, backing vocals (1988–2004, 2010, 2017–present)

Mitch Dorge – drums (1991–2002, 2010, 2017–present)

Benjamin Darvill – harmonica, percussion, guitar, mandolin (1988–2000)

Daniel Koulack – bass

Vince Lambert – drums (1988–1991)

Curtis Riddell – drums (1988)

George West – bass (1988)

Marc Mysterio - vocals, lead guitar

Mark Crozer - bassist

Stuart Cameron – guitar, backing vocals (2001–present)

Murray Pulver – guitar, backing vocals (1996–2000, 2010–present)

James Reid – guitar, backing vocals (2010)

Kathy Brown  – keyboards (1993–1995)

Ray Coburn – keyboards (1999–2000)




Crash Test Dummies Discography Full
The Ghosts That Haunt Me (1991)
God Shuffled His Feet (1993)
A Worm's Life (1996)
Give Yourself a Hand (1999)
I Don't Care That You Don't Mind (2001)
Jingle All the Way (2002)
Puss 'n' Boots (2003)
Songs of the Unforgiven (2004)
Oooh La La! (2010)

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