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RUBBER CAGE

The Work

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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

A1. Poise (0:57)
A2. Abdomen (2:26)
A3. Felt (1:20)
A4. Commerce And Despair (2:46)
A5. Dangerfish (4:33)
A6. 1992 (5:58)
B1. Coloured Water (3:10)
B2. Stone (4:19)
B3. Trauma (3:44)
B4. Knee (1:52)
B5. Jay (2:20)
B6. Quack (3:40)

Line-up / Musicians

- Tim Hodgkinson / Guitar [Flat], Keyboards, Saxophone [Alto, Baritone], Clarinet [Bass], Vocals
- Bill Gilonis / Guitar, Sampler
- Mick Hobbs / Bass, Guitar
- Rick Wilson / Drums, Percussion, Cello, Vocals

Written / Engineered/ Produced by The Work

Releases information

Woof Records, Ayaa, In-Poly-Sons / WOOF 012, DT 1090, IPS 1289
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album

1991 CD release: Woof Records, Ayaa, In-Poly-Sons / PY03.14116 cd, PY03.14116 cd, PY03.14116 cd
Format: CD
2007: Ad Hoc Records / Ad Hoc 14
Format: CD, Digipak

Recorded and mixed 23rd to 30th October 1989 at Cold Storage Studios, London.

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THE WORK Rubber Cage ratings distribution


4.29
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(43%)
43%
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Collectors/fans only (0%)
0%
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