Instant Wigwam and Igloo Mixture
Instant Wigwam and Igloo Mixture is the debut album by the band Go-Kart Mozart. It was released in 1999 on West Midlands Records, a subsidiary of Cherry Red. It was former Felt and Denim frontman Lawrence's first album under the alias Go Kart Mozart. Its cover features a shot of Birmingham's Bull Ring Centre as built in 1964, shortly before it was redeveloped.
|Instant Wigwam and Igloo Mixture|
|Studio album by|
|Released||December 20, 1999|
|Genre||Synthpop, novelty rock, glam rock|
|Producer||Brian O'Shaughnessy, Brian Pugsley|
|Go-Kart Mozart chronology|
All songs written by Lawrence, except where noted.
- "Mandrax for Minx Cats"
- "We're Selfish and Lazy and Greedy"
- "Here Is a Song"
- "Sailor Boy"
- "City Synthesis"
- "Drinkin' Um Bongo"
- "Mrs Back-to-Front and the Bull Ring Thing"
- "Hip Op"
- "Plead With the Man"
- "Wendy James"
- "Plug-In City"
- "Depleted Soul"
- "She Tore It Up and Walked Away"
- "Today" (Ruthann Friedman)
- "Wear Your Foghat With Pride"
- "Fluff on the Mallow"
- Instant Wigwam and Igloo Mixture at AllMusic
- NME review
- "Go-Kart Mozart: Instant Wigwam and Igloo Mixture". Elefant Records. Retrieved 8 May 2018.
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