The Mirror Conspiracy

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The Mirror Conspiracy
Studio album by Thievery Corporation
Released August 22, 2000
Recorded May 1998 – July 2000
Genre Lounge, dub, trip hop
Length 49:00
Label Eighteenth Street Lounge Music
Producer Rob Garza and Eric Hilton
Thievery Corporation chronology
DJ-Kicks: Thievery Corporation
(1999)
The Mirror Conspiracy
(2000)
Richest Man in Babylon
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars link
Pitchfork Media 7.2/10 link

The Mirror Conspiracy is a 2000 album by the Thievery Corporation. All songs on the album were written, recorded and produced by Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, although Pam Bricker contributed vocals to "Air Batucada", "The Mirror Conspiracy" and "Lebanese Blonde", which was also on the soundtrack to Zach Braff's 2004 film Garden State. The track "Indra" was used in a scene of the film Vanilla Sky.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Treasures" – 2:24 (vocals by Brother Jack, percussion by Roberto Berimbao)
  2. "Le Monde" – 3:11 (with Lou Lou) (vocals by Lou Lou, guitar by Chris Vreinos)
  3. "Indra" – 5:22
  4. "Lebanese Blonde" – 4:48 (with Pam Bricker) (vocals by Pam Bricker, sitar by Rob Myers, horns by Rick Harris, percussion by Roberto Berimbao)
  5. "Focus on Sight" – 3:47 (vocals by SEE-I, guitar and bass by Desmond Williams)
  6. "Air Batucada" – 4:46 (with Pam Bricker) (vocals by Pam Bricker)
  7. "Só com você" – 2:47 (with Bebel Gilberto) (vocals by Bebel Gilberto)
  8. "Samba Tranquille" – 3:06
  9. "Shadows of Ourselves" – 3:37 (with Lou Lou) (vocals by Lou Lou, guitar by Chris Vreinos, additional Keyboards by Desmond Williams, horns by Mike Thomas and Zack Grady)
  10. "The Hong Kong Triad" – 3:01 (guitar by Chris Vreinos)
  11. "Illumination" – 4:38
  12. "The Mirror Conspiracy" – 3:45 (with Pam Bricker) (vocals by Pam Bricker, Percussion by Roberto Berimbao)
  13. "Tomorrow" – 3:43
  14. "Bario Alto" – 3:54 (only available on 2006 reissue) (guitar by Ramon Gonzalez)
  15. "Guide for I and I" – 3:58 (only available on 2006 reissue) (vocals by Plejah)