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Black Cat Tape Cover Live at the Black Cat Lounge (1991) Currant Records
1) Find the Time, 2) Old Man Ken, 3) Preacher Man, 4) Neighbor, 5) Revenge of the Electric Man, 6) Barely, 7) Garbage Man, 8) Better, 9) Captain Funk, 10) Mailbox, 11) Love Me Now

Produced by Soul Hat. Performed, recorded and mixed simultaneously, live at the Black Cat Lounge in Austin on August 29 & 30, 1991. Released to celebrate their 1st Anniversary as a band, only on analog cassette. Way out of print, but seen occasionally at record conventions. Personnel: Ian Bailey, Bill Cassis, Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh

 
Outdebox CD Cover Outdebox (1992) Currant/Spindletop
1) Praying for Rain, 2) Stranger Things, 3) Alone, 4) Brian Waltz, 5) Big Backyard, 6) Things Aren’t Like That Anymore, 7) Here, 8) Stink Pot, 9) Holy Cow, 10) Build It Up, Tear It Down

Produced by Soul Hat. Featured guests: Jon Blondell on trombone and Danny Levin on cello. Distributed by Spindletop Records in the U.S. Re-released by Epic in 1993 after Soulhat signed to label. Still available at many record stores and online. Personnel: Bill Cassis, Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh

 
Good to Be Gone CD Cover Good to Be Gone (1994) Epic Records
1) Homer, 2) Good to Be Gone, 3) Wiggin’ 4) Big Nose, 5) Psychological Bone, 6) Preacher Man, 7) Bonecrusher, 8) Emugga, 9) Dirty Old Man, 10) Waited, 11) 15 More Miles/ Hidden Track

Produced by Nick DiDia and Soulhat. Featured the song “Bonecrusher” and a hidden track (“Dick in the Dirt”) at the end of “15 More Miles”. Released on Epic with distribution by Sony in the U.S. Still available at most record stores in the U.S. and many, abroad. Personnel: Bill Cassis, Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh

 
Too Gone to Be Good CD Cover Too Gone to Be Good (1994) Epic Records
1) Goldmine, 2) Good to Be Gone, 3) Big Nose, 4) Revenge of the Electric Man, 5) 15 More Miles, 6) For the Drinkers

Produced by Soulhat and Steve Bond. All tracks are acoustic and performed live in the studio. Never officially “released”. Given out by Epic at pre-show events and ‘free’ with some copies of the Good to Be Gone LP. Out-of-print and generally not available. Personnel: Bill Cassis, Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh

 
Soulhat CD Cover Self-titled EP (1998) Shat Records
1) Pay at the Pump, 2) Straight Hair Curl, 3) My Man Joe, 4) Luggage, 5) Young Ones, 6) For the Drinkers

Produced by Soulhat. Recorded by Mac McNabb. This release features the trio lineup, Frosty vocals on “Young Ones,” and Brian Walsh’s last recordings with the band until 2013. The EP is now out of print. Personnel: Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh

 
Experiment on a Flat Plane CD Cover Experiment on a Flat Plane (2000) Terminus
1) Loading 2) Plastic, 3) Flat Plane, 4) Mailbox, 5) Gone, 6) My Man Joe, 7) WNBA, 8) Cash, 9) City, 10) Skin, 11) Microwave, 12) Deep Sleeper

Produced, recorded and mixed by Stuart Sullivan. The album was released on July 25, 2000 by Terminus Records of Atlanta, Personnel: Kevin McKinney, Mack McNabb, Barry “Frosty” Smith, John Vogelsang

 
Live at the Black Cat Lounge Re-Release CD Cover Live at the Black Cat Lounge (2009) Dualtone
1) Find the Time, 2) Garbageman, 3) Preacherman, 4) Neighbor, 5) Revenge Of The Electric Man, 6) Barely, 7) Skinny Dipping, 8) Write It All Down, 9) Alone, 10) Wanna Know, 11) Better, 12) Mailbox, 13) Longtime, 14) Son Of Big Chief, 15) Love Me Now

Produced by Soulhat. Reissued in 2009. The CD release adds six unreleased tracks (“Skinny Dipping,” “Write It All Down,” “Alone,” “Wanna Know,” “Longtime,” “Son of Big Chief”). Personnel: Ian Bailey, Bill Cassis, Kevin McKinney, Barry “Frosty” Smith, Brian Walsh.

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