Off the Record (My Morning Jacket song)

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"Off the Record"
Single by My Morning Jacket
from the album Z
B-side "How Could I Know"
"Chills"
Released October 2005
Format Compact Disc, 7" vinyl
Recorded 2005, Allaire Studios, Shokan, New York, United States
Genre Indie rock, reggae
Length 5:33 (album version), 3:24 (single edit)
Label ATO
Writer(s) Jim James, "Two-Tone" Tommy, and Patrick Hallahan
Producer(s) John Leckie and Jim James

"Off the Record" is a single from Louisville, Kentucky indie rock band My Morning Jacket released in October, 2005 by ATO Records.

Music Video[edit]

The music video for "Off the Record" features a school boy telling something to a young girl, who then passes the saying to another person; it eventually spreads to an office building. The people are soon arrested by the police for telling the saying.

Track listing[edit]

Compact disc
  1. "Off the Record" (Single Edit) – 3:24
  2. "How Could I Know" – 5:27
  3. "Chills" – 4:40
  4. "Off the Record" – 5:33
7" vinyl
  1. "Off the Record"
  2. "How Could I Know"

Personnel[edit]

Media[edit]

The song "Chills" appears on the soundtrack of the television series "Heroes". "Off the Record" is played at the end of the How I Met Your Mother episode "Game Night".

Cover version[edit]

"Off the Record" was covered by Swedish performer Moneybrother on his 2006 album Pengabrorsan. The cover version is titled "Under Bordet", has a faster tempo, and is sung in Swedish.

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