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Nash the Slash - And You Thought You Were Normal

Format: LP
Label: Cut Throat Records CUT 6
Year: 1982
Origin: Toronto, Ontario, 🇨🇦
Genre: electronic, experimental
Value of Original Title: $20.00
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Release Type: Albums
Playlist: Ontario, Experimental & Electronic, 1980's


Side 1

Track Name
Pretty Folks
Vincent Crows
Dance After Curfew

Side 2

Track Name
The Hypnotist
Remember When
Animal Jamboree



Nash the Slash - And You Thought You Were Normal

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And You Thought You Were Normal


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One of the greatest Nash the Slash albums - 'And You Thought You Were Normal' was Nash the Slash’s second full-length and at the time blew away expectations of what a sophomore album could bring. With the radio hit Dance After Curfew and the incredible Vincent’s Crows alone, Nash cemented his cult status as an 80s new-wave legend. It is hard to imagine in hindsight that it would be his last original full-length for nearly a decade.

I Am Canadian
I live near wilderness.
I know how to survive this wilderness without a gun.
The only diffence between me and others is attitude of survival.
I can survive in this wilderness.
There are wild creatures and benign apparitions all around me.
I can survive in this world without understanding it,
If only other people can help explain it.
There are other people in this world.
We are all racist.
We are all paranoid.
We are all related.
I like Tom Green.
I am Canadian.
-Nash the Slash

Lyrics by Toby Dammit
Written by Nash The Slash
Written, performed and produced at Cut-Throat Studios, Toronto, August 1982, except track A5 written, performed and produced at Grant Ave Studios, Hamilton, July 1982

Cover artwork and design by Rob Vanderhorst
Photography by Paul Till


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