Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?

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Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?
Studio album by The Unicorns
Released October 21, 2003 (U.S.)
Recorded June & July, 2003
Genre Indie Rock, Indie Pop
Length 41:03
Label Alien8 Recordings (U.S.)
ALIENCD41
Producer Mark Lawson
The Unicorns chronology
Unicorns Are People Too
(2003)
Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?
(2003)
The Unicorns: 2014
(2004)

Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? is the third and last full-length album of Canadian Indie-rock band The Unicorns. Originally released on CD October 21, 2003, the album was re-released on a black & pink vinyl format in March 2004.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by The Unicorns

No. Title Length
1. "I Don't Wanna Die"   2:04
2. "Tuff Ghost"   2:57
3. "Ghost Mountain"   3:10
4. "Sea Ghost"   3:43
5. "Jellybones"   2:44
6. "The Clap"   1:27
7. "Child Star"   5:22
8. "Let's Get Known"   1:57
9. "I Was Born (A Unicorn)"   2:46
10. "Tuff Luff"   4:19
11. "Inoculate the Innocuous"   5:18
12. "Les Os"   3:32
13. "Ready to Die"   1:43
Total length:
41:03

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [2]
No Ripcord (9/10) [3]
Pitchfork Media (8.9/10) [4]
Prefix (8.0/10) [5]
Tiny Mix Tapes (4/5) [6]

Personnel[edit]

  • Nick "Neil Diamonds" Thorburn & Alden "Ginger" Penner - drums, synthesizers, keyboard, percussion, drum machine, toy piano, toy organ, echoplex, bass, guitar, tape, melodian, recorder, glockenspiel, accordion, sing.
  • Jaime "J'amie Tambeur" Thompson - Drums on "Tuff Ghost", "Jellybones", "I Was Born (a Unicorn)", "Inoculate the Innocuous", and "Les Os"
  • Brendan Reed - Voice on "I Was Born a Unicorn"
  • Richard Reed Parry - Trumpet on 'I Don't Wanna Die"; Bowed Bass on "Sea Ghost", additional recording assistance
  • Joellen Housego - Fiddle on "Tuff Luff"; Violin on "Let's Get Known"
  • Randy Peters - Penny Whistle on "Tuff Luff"; Clarinet on "Let's Get Known"
  • Tim Kramer - Cellos on "Ready to Die"
  • Maxime Pellisier - Clarinet on "Child Star"
  • Deanna Fong - Voice on "Les Os"
  • Recorded, mixed, and produced by Mark Lawson

In popular culture[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hopkin, Kenyon. "Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?". allmusic.com. Retrieved 27 October 2011. 
  2. ^ http://www.allmusic.com/album/r667600
  3. ^ 15 Feb 04
  4. ^ 12 Nov 03
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ [2]