The Inhuman Condition
|The Inhuman Condition|
|EP by Sam Roberts|
|Released||July 16, 2002|
|Recorded||2001 Pembroke, Ontario|
|Genre||Rock, Indie rock|
|Sam Roberts chronology|
The Inhuman Condition is the second solo studio release by Sam Roberts, a Canadian rock musician and singer/songwriter. This six-song EP made Roberts popular in the Canadian music scene. The EP peaked at #32 on the Canadian album chart after just nine weeks of being released. This is due mainly to the success of the first single, "Brother Down". The follow-up single, "Don't Walk Away Eileen", further increased the popularity of the EP in the winter of 2002-2003. The album has sold over 50,000 copies and has been certified Gold in Canada.
All songs written by Sam Roberts
- "Don't Walk Away Eileen"
- "Brother Down"
- "Where Have All the Good People Gone?"
- "When Everything Was Alright"
- "My Love Is Freeing"
- "This Is How I Live"
- Sam Roberts - Guitar, bass, keyboards, and vocals
- Jordan Zadorozny - Drums, producer, and additional bass and percussion
- Allmusic review
- "Gold & Platinum Certification - April 2003". Canadian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 2010-05-09.
No relation to the acclaimed work by Clive Barker.