Coughing Up a Storm

Coughing Up a Storm
Coughing Up a Storm
Studio album by Frenzal Rhomb
Released 1995
October 28, 1997 (USA)
Recorded Q, Darlinghurst, New South Wales
Genre Punk
Label Shock Records
Liberation Records (USA)
Producer David Price
Frenzal Rhomb chronology
Dick Sandwich (EP)
(1993)
Coughing Up a Storm
(1995)
Not So Tough Now
(1996)

Coughing Up a Storm was the 1995 debut album from Australian punk band Frenzal Rhomb. It was re-titled Once a Jolly Swagman Always a Jolly Swagman for its 1997 U.S. release.

Track listing (Original Australian version)

  1. "Genius"
  2. "Fraud"
  3. "Run" (features a secret track hidden after it)
  4. "Get Off"
  5. "Hate"
  6. "Suburban Male"
  7. "Don't Speak"
  8. "Sick and Tired"
  9. "Infotainment"
  10. "Dugadugabowbow"
  11. "No Thought"
  12. "4 Litres"
  13. "Big Paranoia"
  14. "Cones"
  15. "Kaan Kaant"
  16. "Secret Track 1"
  17. "Secret Track 2"
  18. "Secret Track 3"

The last of these secret tracks features messages from a Frenzal answering machine tape, including several (sometimes abusive) messages from former drummer Carl.

Track listing ('Swagman' version)

  1. "Richer Than You" – 2:08
  2. "Roger" – 2:03
  3. "You're O.K." – 1:49
  4. "Million" – 3:37
  5. "Chemotherapy" – 1:52
  6. "Who Can You Trust" – 1:03
  7. "Home and Away" – 3:29
  8. "Genius" – 3:00
  9. "Fraud" – 2:33
  10. "Run" – 3:10
  11. "Get Off" – 2:40
  12. "Hate" – 0:57
  13. "Suburban Male" – 2:37
  14. "Don't Speak" – 2:08
  15. "Sick and Tired" – 2:09
  16. "Dugadugabowbow" – 2:38
  17. "No Thought" – 2:30
  18. "4 Litres" – 2:14
  19. "Big Paranoia" – 2:17
  20. "Cones" – 2:00
  21. "Kaan Kant" – 2:52
  22. "Fuck the System" – 1:47
  23. "Can't Trust a Redneck" – 2:14
  24. "Why Aren't You Dead?" – 2:18

The LP also fails to mention the track "Infotainment" which is hidden between "Sick and Tired" and "Dugadugabowbow".


Tracks 01-07 are taken from the Dick Sandwich EP.
Tracks 08-21 are taken from the Coughing Up A Storm Album.
Tracks 22-24 are taken from the Sorry About The Ruse EP.


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