The Fabulous Sequel (Have Shoes Will Walk)" b/w "Humor Me" and "The Book Is On The Table" (1979). Datapanik In The Year Zero-A" (Side A: "Final Solution" – Side B: "My Dark Ages (I Don't Get Around)") (1980). Not Happy" (1981 – Side A: "Not Happy" – Side B: "Lonesome Cowboy Dave"). We Have The Technology" (1988). Love Love Love" (1989). Waiting For Mary (What Are We Doing Here)" (1989). I Hear They Smoke The Barbecue" (1990)
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Reportedly the album sessions were stressful and contentious, and after touring, the group disbanded. They would reform a matter of months later with Mayo Thompson replacing founding guitarist Tom Herman. The Fabulous Sequel (Have Shoes, Will Walk) – 3:16. 49 Guitars & One Girl – 2:51. A Small Dark Cloud – 5:49. Small Was Fast – 3:39. All the Dogs Are Barking! – 3:03. One Less Worry – 3:46.
Have Shoes Will Walk (The Fabulous Sequel)" – 3:16. 49 Guitars And One Girl" – 2:51. A Small Dark Cloud" – 5:49. The Art of Walking is the fourth full-length album by Pere Ubu. Mayo Thompson of The Red Krayola joined as guitarist for this album and slanted the proceedings further towards deconstruction and abstraction, and away from the primal rock that former guitarist Tom Herman had facilitated. The group would record one more album with Thompson, Song of the Bailing Man, before disbanding. A notable devotee of the album was avant-garde musician and future Pere Ubu member Chris Cutler
Since, according to David Thomas, Pere Ubu do not produce outtakes or alternate versions (aside from a few anomalies related to an early version of The Art of Walking), the rarities disc is unique in that it features groups that were sometimes only tangentially related to Ubu, in an effort to present an overview of the mercurial Cleveland scene out of which. The Fabulous Sequel (Have Shoes, Will Walk)" – 3:07. 49 Guitars & One Girl" – 2:51.