$uga(r)

Suga(r)
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Studio album by
Released1992 (1992)
RecordedRecorded and mixed at Orkater Studios, Amsterdam, August 1992
GenreRock
LabelEMI
ProducerMichel Schoots[1]
Claw Boys Claw chronology
Angelbite
(1990)
Suga(r)
(1992)
Nipple
(1994)
Singles from Suga(r)
  1. "Rosie"
    Released: 1992
  2. "Spread That Jam"
    Released: 1993
  3. "Jackal Is Back"
    Released: 1993

Suga(r), originally stylized as '$ugǝ[r]', is the sixth studio album by Dutch rock band Claw Boys Claw. It's their first album on EMI productions. It is one of their commercially most successful albums, and musically it sees the former garage band move toward what would be called "swamp rock."[1] It was the most successful album of their career, reaching #26 on 13 February 1993 on the Dutch album chart, and staying on the chart for 10 weeks.[2] Of the three singles that came from the album, the first one, "Rosie," charted—the first time ever for a Claw Boys Claw single—and reached #22 on 30 January 1993.[3]

The CD was reissued in 2008, with two extra tracks; "Spread That Jam (remix)" and "The Keeper" had earlier been released as a CD single.

Track listing[]

All tracks are written by Te Bos/Cameron/Groot/Lamb.

No.TitleLength
1."Hail On"4:20
2."Rosie"4:24
3."Jackal Is Back"3:40
4."Sound Of The Psycho"3:37
5."Monkeyride"3:57
6."Spread That Jam"3:55
7."Edit Away"2:30
8."Use It"2:03
9."Hide"3:56
10."Sugarlite Blonde"3:34
11."Y.O.Y"3:10
12."Take Me For A Ride"7:17
13."Rosie (Lambless)"4:36
14."Spread That Jam (remix)"3:43
15."The Keeper"3:46

Personnel[]

See also[]

References[]

  1. ^ a b "Claw Boys Claw: Biografie". Popinstituut Encyclopedie. Muziek Centrum Nederland. Archived from the original on 2001-04-18. Retrieved 2009-04-23.
  2. ^ "Claw Boys Claw – Suga(r)". Dutchcharts.nl. GfK. Retrieved 2009-04-25.
  3. ^ "Claw Boys Claw – Rosie". Dutchcharts.nl. GfK. Retrieved 2009-04-25.