Their third and final album, Stick Around for Joy, released in February 1992, was more well received by both fans and critics and had two successful singles: "Hit" and "Leash Called Love. The members of The Sugarcubes had formerly been in a variety of Icelandic bands. Björk had the longest career out of any of the members; she had recorded an album as early as 11 years old. In her late teens, she joined the Icelandic post-punk band Tappi Tíkarrass, who released two albums before splitting in 1983. Drummer Sigtryggur "Siggi" Baldursson was a member of Þeyr, while Einar Örn Benediktsson and Bragi Ólafsson formed a punk band called Purrkur Pillnikk.
Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! is the second studio album by Icelandic alternative rock band The Sugarcubes, released in September 1989 through Elektra Records. A version of the album sung in Icelandic titled Illur Arfur! (English: Bad Legacy!) was released as well, with the same English track listing, under the name of Sykurmolarnir (The Sugarcubes in Icelandic)
Band Name The Sugarcubes. Album Name Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! Type Album. Released date September 1989. Labels Elektra Records One Little Indian. Members owning this album1. 3. Speed Is the Key. 4. Dream TV. 5. Nail.
Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, 1989. Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week!, 1989.
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The Sugarcubes y Derek Birkett. Calificaciones profesionales. Cronología de The Sugarcubes. Life's Too Good (1988). El nombre del álbum fue inspirado por el Sr. Toed del famoso libro infantil de Kenneth Grahame The Wind In The Willows. La versión en islandés de este álbum se llama Illur Arfur! y contiene el mismo listado de canciones (en islandés) y con una pequeña variación de música en algunos temas. Speed Is The Key (03:18).
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|A3||Speed Is The Key|
|B1||Eat The Menu|
|B6||A Day Called Zero|
- Artwork By – Keli Kaldi, Óskar Strom
- Bass – Bragi Ólafsson
- Drums, Percussion – Sigtryggur Baldursson*
- Guitar – Thor Eldon*
- Keyboards – Margrét Örnólfsdóttir
- Producer – Derek Birkett, The Sugarcubes
- Recorded By – Brian Pugsley
- Vocals – Björk
- Vocals, Trumpet – Einar Örn
- Written-By – The Sugarcubes
Notes℗&© 1989 One Little Indian Records Ltd.
AEPI M.f.d. by G.P.I.S.A. Hellas made.
Distributed by CBS Greece.
Comes with printed inner sleeve.
Greek pressing released in UK cover, with Penguin-sticker at reverse.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 30056A | TPLP 15 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 30056B | TPLP 15 B1
- Barcode: 5 016958 004316
|tplp15cd||The Sugarcubes||Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! (CD, Album)||One Little Indian||tplp15cd||UK||1989|
|767.9103||The Sugarcubes||Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! (Cass, Album)||WEA Discos Ltda.||767.9103||Brazil||1989|
|RTD-125||The Sugarcubes||Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)||Rough Trade||RTD-125||Germany||1989|
|TLTP15||The Sugar Cubes*||Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! (LP, Album, TP, Gat)||One Little Indian||TLTP15||Italy||1989|
|60860||The Sugarcubes||Here Today, Tomorrow Next Week! (LP, Album, TP)||Elektra||60860||US||1989|