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The Electric Cattle Company
Start At The Bottom
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1 Start At The Bottom
Written-By – Kim Williams
2 Hold Your Fire Honey
Written-By – Kim Williams
3 Man With A Broken Heart
Written-By – Kim Williams
4 Without You
Written-By – Nicole Stadnek, Shawn Tyacke, Sheldon Tyacke
5 Heaven
Written-By – Sheldon Tyacke
6 One Kind Of Woman I Like
Written-By – Don Cook, Marty Raybon, Mike McGuire
7 Good Way To Get Hurt
Written-By – Collin Raye, Kim Williams, Lonnie Wilson, Tammy Hyler
8 Jet Airliner
Written-By – Pena*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Electric Cattle Company
  • Pressed By – Cinram
  • Recorded At – New Music Productions, Regina
  • Recorded At – Grind Recording Studio
  • Mastered At – New Music Productions, Regina
  • Published By – Sony/ATV Tunes LLC
  • Published By – Electric Cattle Company


  • Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Bryan McCabe
  • Bass – Bryan McCabe, Damon Tanchak
  • Design [ECC Logo Design] – Kevin Francis , Stan Degode
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept] – Shawn Tyacke, ECC*
  • Drums, Percussion – Quincy Bosovich
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Clint Boire, Michelle Garuik
  • Graphics [Graphic Art] – Shawn Tyacke
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Classical Guitar, Keyboards – Dave Sanders
  • Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Sheldon Tyacke
  • Mastered By – Clint Boire
  • Other [Make-Up] – Kim Tanchak
  • Photography By – D&M Images, Elaine Dieser, Philip (Hopper) Mark
  • Photography By [Graphic Photography By] – Hermann Went
  • Producer – The Electric Cattle Company
  • Steel Guitar – Murray Fiesel
  • Vocals – Damon Tanchak, Dave Sanders


Tracks 1 though 3 and 7 [published by] Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP).
Tracks 4 and 5 [published by] ECC (SOCAN).
Track 6 [published by] BMI.

Recorded at New Music Productions, Regina, Sask. and Grind Recording, Pense, Sask. Mastered at New Music Productions.

© 2001 Electric Cattle Company. Made in Canada.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 26570 11119 1
  • Barcode: 626570111191
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Matrix / Runout: #10328W12 2657011119 CINRAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother / Stamper Code): 21
  • Matrix / Runout (Hub): 20
  • Mastering SID Code: L382
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6000

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