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Sacred Cow (album)

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Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic3/5 stars[2]
The Encyclopedia of Popular Music3/5 stars[3]
Entertainment WeeklyB[4]

Sacred Cow is an album by Geggy Tah, released in 1996.[5][6][7]

It contains "Whoever You Are," a #16 hit on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.[8] It was used in a Mercedes-Benz commercial, in 2001.

Critical reception

Entertainment Weekly called the album "another fine, goofunky mess, chockful of weird hooks and dance-feverish energy."[4] The Nation wrote that the band "is carving out a place devoted to fey weirdness, edgy grooves, and realityskewing lyrics."[9] Trouser Press wrote: "Sacred Cow continues the duo’s tactful progression towards a modern version of Steely Dan-dom."[10]

Track listing

All songs written by Tommy Jordan & Greg Kurstin, except as noted.

  1. "Granddad's Opening Address" – 0:29
  2. "Whoever You Are" – 4:33
  3. "Lotta Stuff" (Jordan) – 3:10
  4. "Century Plant 2000" – 6:17
  5. "Sacred Cow" (Jordan) – 5:02
  6. "House of Usher (Inside)" (Jordan) – 3:58
  7. "Don't Close the Door" – 4:10
  8. "Such a Beautiful Night" (Jordan) – 3:53
  9. "She Withers" – 4:09
  10. "Las Vegas with the Lights Out" – 3:27
  11. "Mem" (Jordan) – 4:39
  12. "Shed" (Jordan) – 3:45
  13. "Gina" – 2:45


  1. ^ "Sacred Cow « LUAKA BOP".
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ Larkin, Colin (2006). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music. Volume 3: MUZE. p. 709.CS1 maint: location (link)
  4. ^ a b "Music Review: 'Sacred Cow'".
  5. ^ "Whoever They Are : Geggy Tah's Members Defy Conventional Labels, Yet One of Their Singles Is Climbing the Charts". Los Angeles Times. January 3, 1997.
  6. ^ Inc, Nielsen Business Media (September 28, 1996). "The Modern Age". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. – via Google Books.
  7. ^ Everett, Todd (August 8, 1996). "Soul Coughing; Geggy Tah".
  8. ^ Sacred Cow at AllMusic
  9. ^ "Listening in the Streets". The Nation. 263: 33. July 8, 1996.
  10. ^ "Geggy Tah". Trouser Press. Retrieved 10 August 2020.
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