Since We've Become Translucent

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Since We've Become Translucent
Studio album by Mudhoney
Released August 20, 2002
Recorded April 4, 2000–February 23, 2002
Genre Alternative rock
Length 46:34
Label Sub Pop
Producer Mudhoney
Mudhoney chronology
Tomorrow Hit Today
(1998)
Since We've Become Translucent
(2002)
Under a Billion Suns
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Blender 3/5 stars[2]
Pitchfork Media (5.2/10)[3]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[4]

Since We've Become Translucent is the sixth album by the grunge band Mudhoney, released in 2002. The album was the first to be recorded after the departure of their original bassist, Matt Lukin, three years earlier. It was also the first to be released through Sub Pop after the band returned to the label.

Since We've Become Translucent marked a prominent change in the band's sound. The album was a departure from their typical garage-oriented sound and features a relatively accessible Rock sound. However, on tracks such as "Baby, Can You Dig the Light", Psychedelica, Synthpop, and Jazz are explored.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Baby, Can You Dig the Light?" - 8:26
  2. "The Straight Life" - 3:33
  3. "Where the Flavor Is" - 3:34
  4. "In the Winner's Circle" - 4:27
  5. "Our Time Is Now" - 3:39
  6. "Dyin' for It" - 4:54
  7. "Inside Job" - 2:52
  8. "Take It Like a Man" - 2:35
  9. "Crooked and Wide" - 4:54
  10. "Sonic Infusion" - 7:40

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

  • Jo Claxton - violin.
  • Martin Feveyear - backing vocals
  • Craig Flory - horn arrangements, sax (baritone, tenor)
  • Jeff McGrath - trumpet
  • Greg Powers - trombone
  • Wayne Kramer - bass guitar on "Inside Job"[5]

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