Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales  

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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales (1993, Island Records) is a recording by William Burroughs, featuring The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy. This album diverged greatly from the style of the band's previous work, as they were largely providing musical background and accompaniment to Burroughs' spoken readings from several of his books.

The track "Words of Advice" is also featured on Material's album Hallucination Engine (1994), accompanied by different music.

"Spare Ass Annie" is the title of a story from Interzone, a collection of short stories and other early works by Burroughs.

Track listing

1. Interlude 1 (Wrinkled Earlobes Are A Sign...) 2. Spare Ass Annie 3. Interlude 2 (This Is Insane) 4. The Words Of Dutch Schultz (This Is Insane) 5. Interlude 3 (The Vultures Are Gone...) 6. Mildred Pierce Reporting (Old Surge) 7. Dr. Benway Operates 8. Warning To Young Couples (Huntsman's Hounds) 9. Did I Ever Tell You About The Man That Taught... 10. Last Words With Ras I. Zulu 11. A One God Universe 12. Interlude 4 (Fletch Is Here) 13. The Junky's Christmas 14. Words Of Advice For Young People 15. Last Words With Michael Franti

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