|Ball Dirt Cookie|
|BR12-1||Ed Hall||Albert (LP, Album)||Boner Records||BR12-1||US||1988|
|BR12-2||Ed Hall||Albert (CD, Album)||Boner Records||BR12-2||US||1988|
|BR12-4||Ed Hall||Albert (Cass, Album)||Boner Records||BR12-4||US||1988|
|BR12-4||Ed Hall||Albert (Cass, Album, Promo)||Boner Records||BR12-4||US||1988|
Albert is the debut studio album of the Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in 1988 by Boner Records Contents.
Ed Hall is a noise rock band formed in Austin, Texas, United States in 1985. The band played a mix of post-hardcore and psychedelic rock and was described by Trouser Press as "Austin's resident heirs to the Butthole Surfers' weird-rock crown". Ed Hall was a trio not containing any member of that name; Gary Chester handled guitar duties, with Larry Strub on bass. Drumming on the band's first two albums was handled by Kevin Whitley, who was replaced by Lyman Hardy until the group dissolved.
Albert is the debut studio album of the Texas noise rock band Ed Hall, released in 1988 by Boner Records. The album takes its name from Albert Leblanc, the artist who drew the illustrations for the record sleeve and booklet. All songs written and composed by Gary Chester, Larry Strub and Kevin Whitley. Adapted from the Albert liner notes.