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Here Comes The Zoo
Studio album by Local H
Released March 5, 2002
Recorded 2001
Genre Alternative Rock
Length 62:04
Label Palm Pictures
Producer Jack Douglas
Local H Studio album chronology
Pack Up The Cats
(1998)
Here Comes The Zoo
(2002)
Whatever Happened To P.J. Soles?
(2004)
Here Comes The Zoo is the 2002 album by Alternative Rock duo Local H. It is there first studio album to not be released on Island, it is also the first to feature new Local H drummer Brain St. Clair, scince Joe Dainals left back in 1999. The albums cover was origonally lenticular, featuring Scott Lucas and Brain, however later pressings made the cover only Scott. The album was produced by Jack Douglas, who previously helped with Aerosmith.

Track listingEdit

  1. Hands On The Bible
  2. Half-Life
  3. Son of "Cha"!
  4. 5th Ave. Crazy
  5. (Baby Wants To) Tame Me
  6. Rock and Roll Professionals
  7. Keep Your Girlfriend
  8. Creatured Comforted
  9. Bryn-Mawr Stomp
  10. What Would You Have Me Do?

SinglesEdit

The album had two singles. Half-Life was released as a promo, however it was previously released back in 2001 as an Extended play. Half-Life had a video. The second single was "Hands On The Bible", although this had no video, "Hands on the Bible" and "Bound For The Floor" we're both featured in the film Big Nothing.

PersonalEdit

Local H are-

  • Scott Lucas - Vocals, Guitar, and Bass
  • Brain St. Clair - Drums

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