Dig (I Mother Earth album)

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Dig
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Studio album by I Mother Earth
Released August 10, 1993
Recorded 1991–92 A&M Studios, Los Angeles; Rumbo Recorders, Canoga Park; Studio 56, Hollywood; Red Zone, Burbank; Track Record Studios, North Hollywood
Genre Alternative rock, alternative metal,[1] funk metal,[2] progressive rock,[3][4] grunge[5]
Length 67:50
Label Capitol
Producer Mike Clink
I Mother Earth chronology
Dig
(1993)
Scenery and Fish
(1996)Scenery and Fish1996
Singles from Dig
  1. "Rain Will Fall [6]"
    Released: 1993
  2. "Not Quite Sonic [7]"
    Released: 1993
  3. "So Gently We Go [8]"
    Released: 1994
  4. "Levitate"
    Released: 1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[9]

Dig is the debut album by the Canadian alternative rock band I Mother Earth, released by Capitol and EMI on August 10, 1993. The album was certified Gold in Canada in its initial run, and stands at platinum today.[10] It also won a Juno Award in 1994 for Best Hard Rock Album.[11]

The album was noted for its metallic sound, balanced with psychedelic-style lyrics and instrumentals, and further backed by Latin percussion. The latter two were often brought into play during lengthy jam sessions.

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Track listing[edit]

(All songs written by "I Mother Earth", later revealed to be Jagori and Christian Tanna[12])

No. Title Length
1. "The Mothers" 2:34
2. "Levitate" 4:57
3. "Rain Will Fall" 5:18
4. "So Gently We Go" 7:04
5. "Not Quite Sonic" 5:55
6. "Production" 4:00
7. "Lost My America" 6:29
8. "No One" 6:56
9. "Undone" 5:06
10. "Basketball" 5:12
11. "And the Experience" 5:54
12. "The Universe in You" 8:19
Total length: 67:50

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