Like Nobody's Business
|Like Nobody's Business|
|Studio album by Carnival Art|
|Recorded||A&M Studios, Los Angeles
Sweaty Elvis Studios, Hollywood
Le Studio, Glendale CA
RSC, Burbank CA
Somebody's house in Inglewood CA
|Label||Spineless Voodoo Records
|Carnival Art chronology|
Like Nobody's Business's lack of exposure to Weezer fans could be due to two factors: it was released only on vinyl (which tends to hinder the mass digital trading of material), plus Bell is not actually on the record, not having joined until 1991's Thrumdrone. Regardless, it is listed here to complete the Carnival Art discography.
After this album, guitarist Shane Paul Rhody exited the band, and original bassist Ed replaced him on guitar. Bell would eventually assume bass duties.
The album is housed in a plain white sleeve, but included is an approximate 10" X 10" black-and-white sheet with lyrics and credits printed on each side. Most of the credits are type-written, and the lyrics are handwritten; everything is interpersed with photos, drawings, and cut-and-pasted graphics. Cover art and design by Maria Gibert, and photography by Micheal Dare. All music by Carnival Art in one form or another; words by Michael P. Tak. All sounds made by Carnival Art. "Parade Of Fools" was engineered and mixed by Tracy Chisolm, who would co-produce Thrumdrone.
All lyrics by Michael P. Tak, credits are for music. Sides are listed in Spanish.
- "Inches" (P. Tak) 3:43
- "Cool Dry Place" (P. Tak, Fallis, Ed, Rhody) 3:02
- "Dancing Earth" (P. Tak) 3:17
- "Angel Of Mercy" (P.Tak) 4:17
- "Velvet Elvis" (P. Tak, Rhody) 6:58
- "Indian Giver" (P. Tak, Rhody) 4:04
- "For Sale" (Carnival Art) 6:05
- "7 Day Divorce" (P. Tak, Fallis, Ed) 2:14
- "Skin" (P. Tak) 2:59
- "Parade Of Fools" (P. Tak, Ewen) 5:20