The Music (album)

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The Music
Studio album by The Music
Released 2 September 2002 (UK)
25 February 2003 (US)
Genre Rock
Length 52:06
Label Hut HUT-76 (UK)
Capitol (US)
CDP 7243 5 80328 0
Producer Jim Abbiss
The Music chronology
The Music
Welcome to the North
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 58/100[1]
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars UK US
Pitchfork Media (4.7/10) link
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars 6 Mar 03

The Music is the eponymous debut album by British rock band The Music, first released in September 2002. It was certified gold in Japan for 100,000 copies shipped in March 2003.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Dance" – 5:08
  2. "Take the Long Road and Walk It" – 4:53
  3. "Human" – 5:28
  4. "The Truth Is No Words" – 4:35
  5. "Float" – 5:21
  6. "Turn Out The Light" – 6:23
  7. "The People" – 4:58
  8. "Getaway" – 6:29
  9. "Disco" – 6:36
  10. "Too High" – 5:55

The UK release of this album also contains a track in the pregap called "New Instrumental", which plays upon rewinding from the start of "The Dance". A live version of this song also appeared as the B-side to "Take the Long Road and Walk It".


  • Take the Long Road and Walk It, released 19 August 2002 link
CD 1: "Take the Long Road and Walk It" / "Alone" / "Raindance" / "Take the Long Road and Walk It" (video)
CD 2: "Take the Long Road and Walk It" (Fierce Panda version) / "The Walls Get Smaller" / "New Instrumental" / Take the Long Road and Walk It" (Fierce Panda video)
7" picture disc: "Take the Long Road and Walk It" / "Alone"
12": " Take the Long Road and Walk It" / "Alone" / "The Walls Get Smaller" / Raindance" (released 26 August 2002)
  • "Getaway", HUT-162, released 18 November 2002 link
CD: "Getaway" / "Dragon Song" / "Getaway" (video)
7" picture disc: "Getaway" / "Dragon Song"
  • The Truth Is No Words, HUT-164, released 17 February 2003 link
CD: "The Truth Is No Words" / What's It For" / "Turn Out The Light" (Live At Blank Canvas) / The Truth Is No Words" (video)
DVD: "The Truth Is No Words" (Live At Blank Canvas video) / "Live Footage from Blank Canvas video" / "Too High" (Live At Blank Canvas)
7": "The Truth Is No Words" / "What's It For"

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "The Music by The Music". Retrieved 3 October 2016. 
  2. ^ "GOLD ALBUM 他認定作品 2003年3月度" [Gold Albums, and other certified works. March 2003 Edition] (PDF). The Record (Bulletin) (in Japanese). Chūō, Tokyo: Recording Industry Association of Japan. 522: 13. May 10, 2003. Archived from the original (PDF) on January 29, 2014. Retrieved January 29, 2014. 

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