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The Mutton Birds is the first album by the New Zealand band The Mutton Birds. Released in 1992, it remained on the New Zealand album charts for more than a year and was named Best Album at the 1993 New Zealand Music Awards. It was among the records selected by the author Nick Bollinger for his 2009 book, 100 Essential New Zealand albums. A single, a version of "Nature", the 1968 song by the Fourmyula, reached N. on the New Zealand singles chart
Frank bought a heater An electric heater The elements were made of wire and clay He reached out to touch and he heard a voice say. And he heard it say. "Come on and plug me in I want to feel that heat begin Don't move till the morning comes And you can fly up to the sun So come on and plug me in Plug me in Plug me in". Frank liked his heater His electric heater Upstairs alone with the elements He dreamed of gold and frankincense (frank, frank, frankincense)
Album, 1992, Virgin Records. 3. A Thing Well Made. 4. She's Like a City. 7. The Queen's English (Annus Horibilis mix). 9. Don't Fear the Reaper (demo - Blue Öyster Cult cover).
The Mutton Birds debut album remained on the charts for over a year. For their second album, Salty, they signed with EMI Australia. It was self-produced and mixed by Tchad Blake. Again the album went platinum in NZ but received little notice beyond Australia and New Zealand. Their next album, Nature, was a collection of songs from their first two CDs with production assistance from Neil Finn, released by Virgin Records. Their third proper CD, Envy of Angels, was recorded in Wales and released in 1996 worldwide. Released in 1992, it remained on the New Zealand album charts for more than a year and was named Best Album at the 1993 New Zealand Music Awards A single, a version of "Nature", the 1968 song by the Fourmyula, reached N. on the New Zealand singles chart.
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- Producer – The Mutton Birds
- Recorded By – Mark Ingram
- Written-By – Don McGlashan (tracks: 1, 3)