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The Human Menagerie

The Human Menagerie
Cockney Rebel
Released November 1973
Recorded Air Studios, London - June and July 1973
Genre Glam rock[1][2]
Length 44:18
Label EMI
Producer Neil Harrison
Cockney Rebel chronology

The Human Menagerie
(1973)
The Psychomodo
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[3]

The Human Menagerie is the debut studio album by Cockney Rebel. Produced by Neil Harrison, it was released by EMI Records in November 1973.[4] The album failed to appear on British or American charts.[4]

The album was re-released in 2004 with the original charting single of "Judy Teen" included as a bonus track.

Production

The album was recorded in June and July 1973 in Air Studios, London, produced by Neil Harrison. At that time the studios were located in Oxford Street above a department store.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Steve Harley.

Side 1

  1. "Hideaway" – 3:50
  2. "What Ruthy Said" – 2:30
  3. "Loretta's Tale" – 4:11
  4. "Crazy Raver" – 3:44
  5. "Sebastian" – 6:56

Side 2

  1. "Mirror Freak" – 5:11
  2. "My Only Vice (Is the Fantastic Prices I Charge for Being Eaten Alive)" – 2:48
  3. "Muriel the Actor" – 4:08
  4. "Chameleon" – 0:49
  5. "Death Trip" – 9:51

Bonus tracks

From 2004 re-release: contains the original single release of "Judy Teen" and the B side of the "Sebastian" single

  1. "Judy Teen" - 3:41
  2. "Rock And Roll Parade" - 2:53

Personnel

Band
Production

Notes

References

External links

  • Rate Your Music

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