The Many Faces of Oliver Hart

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The Many Faces of Oliver Hart or How Eye One the Write Too Think
Studio album by Oliver Hart (aka Eyedea)
Released July 1, 2002
Genre Alternative hip hop, experimental hip hop
Label Rhymesayers
Producer Oliver Hart
Oliver Hart (aka Eyedea) chronology
First Born
The Many Faces Of Oliver Hart, Or: How Eye Won The Write Too Think

The Many Faces of Oliver Hart or How Eye One the Write Too Think is an album entirely written, produced and recorded by Eyedea, released under the pseudonym Oliver Hart. The album was produced, engineered, mixed and written solely by Eyedea. Each song on this album can be described as a recorded version of Eyedea's consciousness or as a snapshot of an idea within him. Oliver Hart is a homophone for "all of her heart", Eyedea clarifies this in his song "Perfect Medicine".

Eyedea submitted some of his material for a contest to the International Library of Poetry and won. The work was published under the name Oliver Hart. [1]

2014 Vinyl Re-Release[edit]

In 2014, a vinyl edition of the album will be re-released as a Record Store Day exclusive. The vinyl version includes handwritten lyrics to one of the title tracks "How Eye One the Write Too Think"[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Many Faces of Oliver Hart"
  2. "Weird Side"
  3. "Song About a Song"
  4. "How Much Do You Pay?"
  5. "On a Clear Day"
  6. "Walking"
  7. "Step by Step"
  8. "Prelude to Coaches"
  9. "Coaches" (featuring Carnage)
  10. "Bottle Dreams"
  11. "Soundtrack of a Romance"
  12. "Just a Reminder"
  13. "Infrared Roses"
  14. "My Day at the Brain Factory"
  15. "Ode to the Wall"
  16. "Here for You"
  17. "Motormouth's Anonymous"
  18. "Forget Me" (featuring Slug of Atmosphere)
  19. "How Eye One the Write Too Think"