Here Comes the Zoo

Palm Pictures (Audio
Release date
12 Nov 2001
Running length
10 tracks
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1 Hands on the Bible 3:56 17,311
2 Half-Life 3:38 6,057
3 Son Of "Cha!" 3:16 1,574
4 Fifth Ave. Crazy 2:37 1,411
5 (Baby Wants To) Tame Me 9:12 2,565
6 Rock & Roll Professionals 4:05 2,564
7 Keep Your Girlfriend 3:09 2,168
8 Creature Comforted 4:09 4,556
9 Bryn-Mawr Stomp 2:40 3,152
10 What Would You Have Me Do? 25:08 3,623

About this album

Here Comes the Zoo is an album by the band Local H. It was released on March 5, 2002 on Palm Pictures. This was their first album not released on Island Records. Starting with this album, every release so far has been on a different label. The album was originally released with a lenticular cover, with two images of Scott Lucas and Brian St. Clair. Later printings were not lenticular, and only included the image of Scott on the cover. Would You Have Me Do?” isn’t really as long as the track time would suggest. The song itself could be seen as only lasting approximately 5:30, after which it segues into a ten-minute coda that incorporates elements from most of the previous nine songs (For example, the chant from “Keep Your Girlfriend” can be heard). The final ten minutes of the track consists mainly of faint, carnival-like sounds before ending with the same sustained chord that ended the coda. At around 24:11, the xylophone in the background plays the melody from Hey Jude by The Beatles.

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