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Glad Music
Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 1986
  • 1979
  • 1983-1985
GenrePsychedelic pop[1]
LabelNew Rose
ProducerR. Stevie Moore
R. Stevie Moore chronology
Glad Music

Glad Music is the sixth vinyl record album by American multi-instrumentalist R. Stevie Moore (RSM). It was the second of four RSM albums released by New Rose Records in Paris. Glad Music differed from most Moore record albums by being almost exclusively recorded in a professional 8- and 16-track studio. The record sleeve's art design mimics the UK version of the Beatles' 1964 soundtrack album A Hard Day's Night. The title "Glad Music" was a nod to the music publishing company of the same name.

Earlier recordings of some of the songs had appeared on other albums, such as 1978's Delicate Tension. The ninth track, "Why Should I Love You?", was later covered by the English indie rock band the Vaccines and released as a single. The track "Along Comes Mary" was originally recorded by the Association in 1966.

Track listing

Side one
2."I Like to Stay Home"4:07
3."I Wouldn't Mind Dyin'"2:31
4."He's Nuts"4:14
5."Part of the Problem"3:42
6."Don't Let Me Go to the Dogs"4:09
Side two
1."Why Should I Love You?"3:23
2."I Love You So Much It Hurts"3:13
3."Shaking' in the Sixties"2:40
4."Along Comes Mary"2:54
5."Colliding Circles"3:49
6."Time Stands Still"2:53
7."The Strange" 
  • "Part of the Problem" and "I Love You So Much It Hurts" are the same recordings that originally appeared on Clack! (1980).[2]


  1. ^ Dillingham, Mick (April–May 1989). "R. Stevie Moore – The Best Kept Secret in the World". Bucketfull of Brains. No. 29. pp. 6–9.
  2. ^ a b c Moore, R. Stevie. "R. Stevie Moore Alphabetic". Retrieved March 22, 2018.

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