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Father Don't Cry

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Father Don't Cry

Father Don't Cry
EP by Doubting Thomas
Released 1991, 1997
Recorded 1990 (Vancouver Studios)
Genre Industrial
Length 30:22 (1991 version)
41:23 (1997 version)
Label Wax Trax!, Metropolis
Producer cEvin Key, D.R. Goettel, Dave "Rave" Ogilvie.
Doubting Thomas chronology
Father Don't Cry
The Infidel
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

Father Don't Cry is a single/EP released in 1991 by Doubting Thomas. It has been re-released in 1997 on Metropolis Records with additional material. Both versions are out-of-print.

The original version of the song "Father Don't Cry" is included on Doubting Thomas' full-length, The Infidel.


  • Track listings 1
    • 1991 release 1.1
    • 1997 release 1.2
  • Personnel 2
  • Liner notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Track listings

1991 release

  1. "Father Don't Cry (Extended)" – 8:36
  2. "Turn a New Leaf" – 8:16
  3. "Xcrement" – 5:59
  4. "Movie 13" – 3:17 ┼
  5. "That Problem Child" – 4:14 ┼

┼ Above tracks appear only on the CD and cassette versions only.

1997 release

  1. "Father Don't Cry (Extended)" – 8:36
  2. "T.H.C." – 4:36
  3. "Turn a New Leaf" – 8:16
  4. "Xcrement" – 5:59
  5. "Movie 13" – 3:17
  6. "That Problem Child" – 4:14
  7. "Majickal Horse" – 2:23
  8. "Come In Piece" – 4:00

"T.H.C." and "Majickal Horse" are previously unreleased. These tracks were recorded in 1994, and added to the re-release.

"Come In Piece" is also included on The Infidel.


Liner notes

Produced, engineered, and mixed by cEVIN Key, D.R. Goettel, and Dave "Rave" Ogilvie. Edited by Anthony Valcic. Additional editing by Marc Ramaer.


  1. ^ Allmusic review

External links

  • Doubting Thomas official website.
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