One Part Lullaby

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One Part Lullaby
Studio album by The Folk Implosion
Released September 7, 1999
Genre Alternative rock, indie rock
Length 55:02
Label Interscope
The Folk Implosion chronology
Dare to Be Surprised
One Part Lullaby
The New Folk Implosion
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
The New Rolling Stone Album Guide 3.5/5 stars[2]

One Part Lullaby is the third album by The Folk Implosion. It was released on September 7, 1999 on Interscope Records. Despite being the band's major label debut and garnering mostly positive reviews, the album was regarded as a commercial failure. The underwhelming release, coupled with tensions between the two band members, would lead to John Davis's exit from the band in 2000. In a 2013 interview, Barlow looked back on the album as a "disaster".[3]

The band was subsequently dropped from Interscope, and Barlow would later reintroduce the band with Alaska! members Russ Pollard and Imaad Wasif as The New Folk Implosion.

The song "Kingdom of Lies" was featured in the Danny Boyle film A Life Less Ordinary (1997). "Free to Go" was featured on the soundtrack to the Academy Award-winning film American Beauty. The song "One Part Lullaby" was featured in the film Adaptation. (2002).

Track listing[edit]

  1. My Ritual - 4:35
  2. One Part Lullaby - 3:28
  3. Free to Go - 3:32
  4. Serge - 4:06
  5. E.Z.L.A. - 5:44
  6. Mechanical Man - 5:23
  7. Kingdom of Lies - 3:47
  8. Gravity Decides - 3:34
  9. Chained to the Moon - 4:53
  10. Merry-Go-Down - 3:24
  11. Someone You Love - 3:21
  12. No Need to Worry - 6:13
  13. Back to the Sunrise - 3:10


  • Lou Barlow - bass guitar, drums, vocals
  • John Davis - guitars, drums, vocals