|1||City Of Angels|
|2||My Sister Rose|
Written-By – Cat Stevens
|6||Like The Weather|
|7||What's The Matter Here|
|8||A Campfire Song|
Backing Vocals – Michael Stipe
Arranged By [Strings] – David CampbellCello – Dennis KarmazynDouble Bass – Bob MagnussonPiano – Don GrolnickViola – Novi
|11||Hey Jack Kerouac|
|12||The Painted Desert|
|9 60738-1, 60738-1||10,000 Maniacs||In My Tribe (LP, Album)||Elektra, Elektra||9 60738-1, 60738-1||US||1987|
|90663||10,000 Maniacs||En Mi Tribu = In My Tribe (Cass, Album)||Elektra, WEA||90663||Argentina||1987|
|MOFI 1-013||10,000 Maniacs||In My Tribe (LP, Album, Num, RE, RM)||Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab||MOFI 1-013||US||2011|
|9 60738-2||10,000 Maniacs||In My Tribe (CD, Album, RE, DAD)||Elektra||9 60738-2||US||Unknown|
|E2 60738||10,000 Maniacs||In My Tribe (CD, Album, Club)||Elektra||E2 60738||US||Unknown|
Multi-fold J card inlay, printed both sides.
Clear/Foil Cassette shell with White on body print
Produced at The Complex, March-April 1987.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab.
Michael Stipe appears courtesy of International Record Syndicate Inc.
All lyrics © 1987 Christian Burial Music, ASCAP, except
"Peace Train" © 1987 Island Music, BMI.
Published by(GB only):
Christian Burial Music/Complete Music Ltd. except
"Peace Train" by Cat Music Ltd.
℗ © 1987 Elektra/Asylum Records for the United States and
WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH, Alsdorf
A Warner Communications Company
Inlay including all lyrics except "Peace Train"
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