Skunk Records. 17-song full length
CD from Del Noah! Cover art by Shag.
$12 with postage. CD only.
Tracks: Blower Explosion, Del Noah, The Ghost of Dragstrip
Hollow, Chicken, Danger Island, Sasquatch on a Snowmobile, Theme
From "The Big Payroll Caper", Mormon Cycle Poker Run, Bajavishnu
500, Spinout, Re-Satch-A-Go-Go, The Lively Set, Mafia Staff Woody,
Amish Drag Buggy, The Man with the Golden Shifter, Hole Shot, The
Big Sounds of Del Noah and the Mt. Ararat Finks 1994 Dionysus
song 7" EP done by the original Del Noah lineup and released on
the great Dionysus
label. Featuring "Amish Drag Buggy," "Spinout," "Hole Shot" and
"The Wire Wheel Set" sandwiched between drag racing sound bites.
On red vinyl, with cover art by Shag.
Available from Dionysus Records or skunk.com. $4 with postage.
Amish Drag Buggy, Spinout, Hole Shot, The Wire Wheel Set
in the Dark
1995 Del Fi Records. Tribute
to Henry Mancini features Del Noah doing their interpretation of
"Push the Button Max!" from the movie The Great Race. CD and 12"
pink vinyl. Skunk Sampler 1997. CD only.
Brother 2...Can You Spare Some
1997. Vegas Records Features
a version of "The Man with the Golden Arm" (not on Del Noah CD).
Rods to Hell Vol. II
1998. Blood Red
Vinyl Del Noah does Mike Curb's theme song from the ABC cartoon
"Hot Wheels." Many other cool hot rod tunes by bands such as the
Neptunas, Boss Martians, Davie Allen, Surf Trio, etc. CD and 12"
Crown Records', released November 2000. Del Noah does "Have
Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" mixed in an spiced rum egg-nog
blender with the Ventures' "Perfidia." Collectors of "mistake"
printings take note: Del Noah billed as "Del Noah & the
Finks" on the tray card. Guaranteed to be a collectible!
Booker T. and the M.G.s tribute. Del Noah does "Hip Hug-Her."
GODSON (1999) Uses
major portions of "Hole Shot," Resatch a Go Go"
and "Mafia Staff Woody" as background music behind the
antics of Rodney Dangerfield, Dom DeLuise and Kevin McDonald (also
Lou Ferrigno, Joey Buttafuoco and veteran character actor Irwin
Keyes are in the cast).
Stories, Lies & Exaggerations Brief
clip of Del Noah live in Santa Cruz at Palookaville.
AND NOWHERE (2000)
Del Noah song is used in the background of a scene from this unreleased
film by Nick LoCasale about Hollywood runaways, which premiered
in May 2000 but has not yet been fully released.