Give Yourself a Hand

Give Yourself a Hand

Infobox Album | Name = Give Yourself a Hand
Type = Album
Artist = Crash Test Dummies


Released = March 23, 1999
Recorded = 1998 at Rocket Carousel Studios, One on One South and David Abell Piano Studio, Los Angeles
Genre = Alternative rock
Length = 38:35
Label = BMG/ViK. Recordings
Producer = Greg Wells
Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:m1hqoaeaiijn link]
Last album = "A Worm's Life"
(1996)
This album = "Give Yourself a Hand"
(1998)
Next album = "I Don't Care That You Don't Mind"
(2001)

"Give Yourself a Hand" is the fourth album by the Crash Test Dummies, released in 1999, and their final album for BMG. The album spawned a quirky hit "Keep a Lid on Things". The Times review of the album described it as "the best music of their career...an album of rare wit and vitality."

Track listing

Lyrics by Brad Roberts.
Music by Brad Roberts & Greg Wells.
except "A Little Something" written by Ellen Reid, Brad Roberts, & Greg Wells, "I Love Your Goo" and "Aching To Sneeze" written by Brad Roberts.

#"Keep a Lid on Things"
#"A Cigarette Is All You Get"
#"Just Chillin'"
#"I Want to Par-tay!"
#"Give Yourself a Hand"
#"Get You in the Morning"
#"Pissed With Me"
#"Just Shoot Me, Baby"
#"A Little Something"
#"I Love Your Goo"
#"Aching to Sneeze"
#"Playing Dead"

Personnel

* Brad Roberts
* Ellen Reid
* Benjamin Darvill
* Dan Roberts
* Mitch Dorge

External links

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