Brant Bjork & the Operators
|Brant Bjork & the Operators|
|Studio album by |
|Released||April 30, 2002|
|Recorded||November 2000 at Donner and Blitzen in Silverlake, California|
|Label||Music Cartel, Duna, Low Desert Punk (LP)|
|Brant Bjork chronology|
Brant Bjork and the Operators is the second solo album by desert rocker Brant Bjork. Although titled Brant Bjork and the Operators, Bjork sings and plays most instruments on the album. He is joined by friends Mathias Schneeberger and Mario Lalli to lend guitar and vocals. This was Duna Records first release.
This album was re-issued on vinyl in 2008 as a double LP.
All tracks written by Brant Bjork, except tracks 2 & 5.
|2.||"Smarty Pants" (Lyrics by Brant Bjork, music by Mathias Schneeberger)||4:02|
|4.||"Electric Lalli Land"||5:11|
|5.||"From The Ground Up (We Just Stay The Same)" (Lyrics by Brant Bjork, music by Brant Bjork & Mathias Schneeberger)||3:41|
|10.||"Hinda65 (Return Flight)"||4:57|
Brant Bjork: vocals, guitars, bass, and drums
Mathias Schneeberger: keyboards, * additional guitars
Produced & Engineered by Mathias Schneeberger
Guitar leads on "Electric Lalli Land" by Mario Lalli
Backing Vocals on "Captain Lovestar" by Franz Stahl
Princess Lovestar by Debbie
Handclaps on "My Ghettoblaster" by the low desert punks
- "My Ghettoblaster" is Bjork's first single to have a music video.
- "Electric Lalli Land" is a reference to Jimi Hendrix's album Electric Ladyland. The song features Mario Lalli on guitar.