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Trading with the Enemy

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Collection: 1998 Albums, Epic Records Albums, Tuatara (Band) Albums
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Trading with the Enemy

Trading with the Enemy
Studio album by Tuatara
Released June 23, 1998 (1998-06-23)
Recorded 1998
Genre World music
Label Epic
Tuatara chronology
Breaking the Ethers
Trading with the Enemy
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic [1]

Trading with the Enemy is the second album by collaborative band Tuatara. For this album, the original foursome added a number of new members to play more instruments designed to expand their sound.

Track listing

  1. "The Streets of New Delhi" (Justin Harwood and Barrett Martin) - 5:05
  2. "Smuggler's Cove" (Martin, Skerik, and Mike Stone) - 5:42
  3. "Night in the Emerald City" (Harwood and Martin) - 7:32
  4. "The Bender" (Harwood, Martin, and Skerik) - 5:13
  5. "Negotiation" (Steve Berlin, Peter Buck, Harwood, Martin, Scott McCaughey, Skerik, and Stone) - 3:21
  6. "Fela the Conqueror" (Harwood, Martin, and Skerik) - 6:11
  7. "Wormwood" (Berlin, Harwood, Martin, and Skerik) - 5:34
  8. "Koto Song (The Old Shinjuku Trail)" (Berlin, Martin, and McCaughey) - 6:34
  9. "L' Espionnage Pomme de Terre Buck" (Buck, Harwood, Martin, McCaughey, and Skerik) - 6:26
  10. "Angel and the Ass" (Buck, Harwood, and Martin) - 3:14
  11. "P.C.H." (Buck, Harwood, and Martin) - 3:24
  12. "Afterburner" (Harwood, Martin, and Skerik) - 7:49



  1. ^ Trading with the Enemy at AllMusic
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