Trickster (album)

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Trickster
Studio album by Kidneythieves
Released July 28, 1998
Genre Industrial rock, industrial metal
Length 43:50
Label Push Records
Kidneythieves chronology
Trickster
(1998)
Phi in the Sky
(2001)
Kidneythieves chronology
Zerøspace
(2002)
Trickstereprocess
(2004)
Trypt0fanatic
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Trickster was the first album released by Kidneythieves, on July 28, 1998. The album was released with the single "S+M (A Love Song)", as well as "Taxicab Messiah" which had a music video. It was rereleased in 2004 as Trickstereprocess (see below).

Track listing[edit]

  1. Taxicab Messiah - 4:20
  2. S+M (A Love Song) - 3:33
  3. Swanmate - 1:04
  4. Feathers - 3:39
  5. Trickster - 4:35
  6. Creature - 4:30
  7. K - 4:05
  8. Pretty - 5:22
  9. Layers - 3:50
  10. Pleasant - 3:35
  11. Mustard Seed - 5:17

Trickstereprocess[edit]

Trickstereprocess is a 2004 re-release of the first CD from the Kidneythieves, completely digitally remastered. It includes five new bonus tracks. It also includes a bonus DVD that includes never before seen concert and rehearsal footage, as well as Kidneythieves music videos.

Track listing[edit]

CD:

  1. Taxicab Messiah - 4:20
  2. S+M (A Love Song) - 3:33
  3. Swanmate - 1:04
  4. Feathers - 3:39
  5. Trickster - 4:35
  6. Creature - 4:30
  7. K - 4:05
  8. Pretty - 5:22
  9. Layers - 3:50
  10. Pleasant - 3:35
  11. Mustard Seed - 5:17
  12. Veteran - 3:58
  13. Red & Violet - 3:20
  14. Taxicab Messiah (live) - 4:25
  15. Pleasant (live) - 3:37
  16. Before I'm Dead (acoustic) 3:47

DVD:

  1. red & violet [music video]
  2. red & violet [multi-angle music video]
  3. red & violet [boomerang-effect music video]
  4. black bullet [live]
  5. taxicab messiah [live]
  6. before i'm dead [live]
  7. glitter girl [live]
  8. zerospace [live]
  9. dyskrasia [live]
  10. zerospace [music video]
  11. taxicab messiah [music video]
  12. credits

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