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Waitresses's latest or related album is The Best of The Waitresses
Which is released on 1990-10-05 from record company Polygram Records.
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The Waitresses were a New Wave band from Kent, Ohio, United States. The group was led by Chris Butler, although lead vocals were performed by Patty Donahue. Donahue died of lung cancer on December 9, 1996, at the age of 40. They were best known for their songs “I Know What Boys Like” featured on countless new wave compilation albums, “Square Pegs” the theme song to the cult TV show starring Sarah Jessica Parker, and their Christmas song “Christmas Wrapping.” The latter was originally available on the Ze Records original collection “A Christmas Record. ” It is considered to be a modern day Christmas classic, and has received more plays than any other Waitresses song. Chris Butler’s diverse musical interests are apparent from the use of prepared piano on “No Guilt”, microtonal background vocals on the chorus of “Wise Up”, tape loops and short wave receiver on “Jimmy Tomorrow”, and the title of “Make the Weather”, taken from Hugo Ball’s autobiography Flight out of Time. Bassist Tracy Wormworth went on to play with Sting, and later appeared on television daily as she played in the house band for “The Rosie O’Donnell Show.” Mars Williams has played saxophone with The Psychedelic Furs since the mid-80’s. They released two albums - “Wasn’t Tomorrow Wonderful” and “Bruiseology”. Both titles have been out of print for many years and neither has ever been available on CD; their music is now available on compilations. The Best of the Waitresses (Polydor 1990) is available on CD. Official Albums: Learn more about Waitresses