Earth (Matthew Sweet album)

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Matthew Sweet Earth.jpg
Studio album by Matthew Sweet
Released 1989
Genre Alternative rock
Length 39:36
Label A&M
Producer Dave Allen, Fred Maher, Matthew Sweet
Matthew Sweet chronology
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars [2]

Earth is the second album by alternative rock musician Matthew Sweet. It was released on A&M Records in 1989.


In 1988, Sweet co-wrote (with Jules Shear) the title track to the final 'Til Tuesday album, Everything's Different Now and, the following year, Shear collaborated with Sweet on Earth.

In 1996, Sweet provided backing vocals for Kris McKay in a cover of his own song, "How Cool", on her album, Things That Show.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Matthew Sweet, except where noted

  1. "Easy"
  2. "When I Feel Again"
  3. "Wind and the Sun"
  4. "Children of Time (Forever)"
  5. "Love" (Sweet, Fred Maher)
  6. "Vertigo" (Sweet, Fred Maher)
  7. "Underground"
  8. "The Alcohol Talking" (Sweet, Fred Maher)
  9. "Vixen"
  10. "How Cool"
  11. "Having a Bad Dream"