Haphazard

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The word haphazard has multiple meanings. For other meanings, see Haphazard (disambiguation).

Haphazard
Studio album by S. J. Tucker
Released 31 March 2004 (31 March 2004)
Recorded

Audiologic, Inc, Seattle, Washington; Eagle Audio, Austin, Texas;

Tekneek, Inc, Denver, Colorado
Genre Folk rock
Length 42:49
Producer S. J. Tucker
S. J. Tucker chronology
Haphazard
(2004)
Tangles
(2005)

Haphazard is the first album by American singer-songwriter S. J. Tucker, released in 2004 (See 2004 in music).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cross-Section" (Tucker) - 2:10
  2. "Face-Down" (Tucker) - 5:36
  3. "Crystal Cave" (Tucker) - 4:24
  4. "Stickit" (Tucker) - 2:18
  5. "Mummy Medusa" (Tucker) - 3:27
  6. "Follow Me Down" (Tucker) - 5:06
  7. "Tattoo Grrl" (Tucker) - 5:28
  8. "Heart Beat" (Tucker) - 7:43
  9. "In the House of the Mama Dragon" (Tucker) - 4:27
  10. "Eulogy Song" (Tucker) - 3:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Music, Lyrics, Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Percussion - S. J. Tucker
  • Congas, Little Djembe - Jay "Trainwreck" Timbs
  • The Ragged Rabble Chorus - Jenn Matters, Andrea Morrison, Kris Klink, Scott Sumers, Mallorie E. Gareis, Trudy "Mama Dragon" Herring, Trevor "Tempest" Rush, Leif "The Yellow Dart" Ericson, Andy Sims, J. Cooper, and Melinda Mattison

Production[edit]

  • Mix-down - Willie Pevear
  • Rehearsal Tapes - Brandon Sams
  • Photos: Moji O. - Angel by Jeff
  • Album art: Nitia Cheveallier AKA Wolfdragon Graphics

Background[edit]

This is Tucker's first album, considered her original Magnum Opus. It is the album that helped her achieve fame among fans on the genre, and Haphazard is often though as "an excellent example of her diverse musical range". The official website cites that "many happy owners of this album claim to never get tired of listening to it and several claim to have nearly burned a hole in the disc, from playing it so often."

After the first printing, the album was released again with a different covert art.