Promo Disc: A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Dummy

A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Dummy
Released 1991

This is a very rare promotional disc, which was released to promote the Crash Test Dummies first album The Ghosts That Haunt Me.
Track List:
Part One

1. Comin' Back Soon (The Bereft Man's Song)
2. Superman's Song
3. The Ghosts That Haunt Me
4. Androgynous
Part Two 
5. A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Dummy
6. Part Three
7. Open Ended Interview Bites

The Ghosts That Haunt Me 1991
The dummies first album saw three singles in. Superman's Song being the biggest hit, along with Androgynous, and The Ghosts That Haunt Me.

Superman's Song
Released 1991

Superman's Song was the dummies very first single. The photo from the left is from a promo sent to radio stations. It was heard all over radio stations through Canada, and got them off the ground.
Track List:
1. Superman's Song

Androgynous
Released 1991

Androgynous was the second single, and is very rare today to find. It contains Androgynous, and The First Noel.
Track List:
1. Androgynous
2. The First Noel

The Ghosts That Haunt Me
Released 1991

First off, that photo on the left is not the cover of the single. I just put that together to fill in until I get the actual shot. This was the final single from the first album. If you have a photo of the actual single please, send it in.
Track List:
1. The Ghosts That Haunt Me

Special Single: The First Noel

The First Noel
Released 1991

This is a very rare cassette single. I don't think there was a CD version of it sold. It features The First Noel, and it also has The Winter Song, from their first album. It's a nice sounding winter/Christmas tape, great for the holidays.
side one
Track List:

side one
1. The First Noel
2. Winter Song
side two
1. Winter Song
2. The First Noel

God Shuffled His Feet 1993
This was the biggest selling album to date for the Crash Test Dummies, and it includes their #1 single, Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm, with, Afternoons & Coffeespoons, Swimming In Your Ocean, and the title track, God Shuffled His Feet.

Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm
Released 1993

This was the dummies biggest selling single to date. It was heard everywhere during '93-94, and you still hear it today on the radio.
Track List:
1. Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm
2. Superman's Song
3. How Does A Duck Know?

Afternoons & Coffeespoons
Released 1993-1994

Afternoons & Coffeespoons is one of the favorite songs of Crash Test Dummies fans. It was the second single released from God Shuffled His Feet.
Track List:
1. Afternoons & Coffeespoons
2. fill in later
3. fill in later

Swimming In Your Ocean
Released 1993-1994

Swimming In Your Ocean is another one of those very rare singles.
Track List:
1. Swimming In Your Ocean (album version)
2. Swimming In Your Ocean (single edit)
3. Here I Stand Before Me
4. Superman's Song (live)

God Shuffled His Feet
Released 1993-1994

God Shuffled His Feet is the name of the second album, and the final single to come from it. It only contains 2 tracks that come directly from the album.
Track List:
1. God Shuffled His Feet
2. Two Knights And Maidens

Special Single: The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead

The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead
Released 1995

The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead is not on any of the Crash Test Dummies albums. It's a cover of an XTC song, which is sung by Ellen Reid for the new movie at the time, Dumb & Dumber. It became a hit on the radio, and tv with the music video. There are two CD's that have this song. The first one(with the red letters) is the official release for the dummies song. It has the following tracks:
Track List:
1. The Ballad Of Peter Pumpkinhead
2. Afternoons & Coffeespoons (live)
3. When I Go Out With Artists
4. Swimming In Your Ocean (live)

The other CD(with the blue letters) is the movie soundtrack which has The Ballad Of Peterpumpkinhead, and other songs that were featured in the movie, by other artists.

A Worm's Life 1996
On the third album there were two singles released. They were, He Liked To Feel It, and My Own Sunrise. If you find a tooth coming loose, listen to the first single to find some ways to yank it out.

He Liked To Feel It
Released 1996

He Liked to Feel It, was the first single from A Worm's Life. The song is about a little inventive kid who finds ways to yank out his teeth.
Track List:
1. He Liked To Feel It (radio edit)
2. He Liked To Feel It (omnichord version)

My Own Sunrise
Released 1996

My Own Sunrise was the final single from A Worm's Life. It was hard to find in Canada, and wasn't well known. The disc has an excellent enhanced piece for computer CDROMs with video clips.
Track List:
1. My Own Sunrise
2. Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm (Scott Bell version)
3. All You Pretty Girls

Give Yourself A Hand 1999
The dummies new soundin' disc had three singles released. Keep A Lid On Things, Get You In The Morning, and the pumpin', Give Yourself A Hand.
Keep A Lid On Things
Released 1999

Keep A Lid On Things was a great new sound for the dummies. Introducing Brad's falsetto, and new musicial sound, it was a hit.
Track List:
1. Keep A Lid On Things
2. Filter Queen
3. Handy Candyman

Get You In The Morning
Released 1999

Featuring Ellen Reid this time around can be nothing but a good thing. The single also features an non-album track: Party's Over.
Track List:

1. Get You In The Morning (album version)
2. Get You In The Morning (radio remix)
3. Get You In The Morning (extended remix)
4. Party's Over

Give Yourself A Hand
Released 1999

This single has only been released to radio stations. It contains one track, Give Yourself A Hand. It's a remix of the album version, but sounds very much the same.
Track List:

1. Give Yourself A Hand (Give Yourself A Guitar Remix)

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