It Dreams

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It Dreams
by Jakalope
Released October 26, 2004
Recorded Warehouse Studios, Vancouver
Genre Pop rock, industrial
Length 45:12
Label Orange Record Label
Producer Dave Ogilvie, Anthony Valcic, Trent Reznor, Jamey Koch
Jakalope chronology
It Dreams
Born 4
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Release Magazine 4/10 stars[1]
Tiny Mix Tapes 2/5 stars[2]

It Dreams was the debut album by Jakalope, released on October 26, 2004.

The music videos made for the album are known for the clone and hybrid theme connected to the band. Videos featuring Dave Ogilvie as a Dr. Evar and Katie B presented a sort of story for fans to follow, bolstered by a site contest which allowed fans insight into the so-called 'Jakalope world', and hinted at the back story of Dr. Evar and Katie's characters. A large part of the plot was left to the interpretation of fans in the end, especially concerning the Katie B character.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Feel It" Jamey Koch, Trent Reznor 3:53
2. "Creeper (Coming For You)" Dan Moyse, Marc Belke 3:27
3. "Pretty Life" Phil Caivano 3:37
4. "Go Away" Andrew Scott, Chris Murphy, Dan Moyse, Phil Western, Trent Reznor 3:33
5. "Tell Me Why" (additional production by Phil Western) Jamey Koch, Matthew Warhurst, Phil Western, Sarah Kendrick 4:34
6. "Don't Cry" Jamey Koch 3:59
7. "Screecher" Jamey Koch 2:36
8. "Come On" Pete Mills 3:28
9. "Light After Night" (additional production by Daryn Barry) Andrew Scott, Chris Murphy, Lindy, Phil Caivano, Tim Welch, Trevor Yuile 3:40
10. "Nothing Nowhere" Phil Western, Sean Stubbs 4:58
11. "Badream" Matthew Warhurst, Phil Western, Trent Reznor 3:23
12. "House Of Ill Trepidation" (additional production by Phil Western) Jamey Koch, Phil Western 4:06
13. "Pretty Life (CHR Remix)" (Japanese bonus track) Phil Caivano 3:32
14. "Pretty Life (Death Remix)" (Japanese bonus track) Phil Caivano 4:30
Total length: 45:12


As a CD, this album is currently only available as an import from Canada and Japan. Producer Dave Ogilvie is currently seeking a US deal. However, the album is available as a download from iTunes in both the United States and Canada.

Samples of the music, along with videos, can be found at *Jakalope's web site.


Adapted from Discogs.[3]

  • Jim McGrath - additional arrangements
  • Vincent Marcone - art direction
  • Rosemary Ogilvie - artwork
  • Trent Reznor - co-producer
  • Jamey Koch - co-producer, mixing
  • I Braineater - logo design
  • Aubrey Winfield - executive producer
  • Tom Baker - mastering
  • Phil Western - additional mixing
  • Daryn Barry, John Nazario - mixing assistants (Orange Lounge)
  • Mike Cashin, Pete MacLaggan - mixing assistants (Warehouse)
  • Dave Ogilvie - recording, production, mixing, songwriter
  • Anthony Valcic - recording, production, mixing
  • Bryan Gallant - assistant recording
  • Kirk McNally - assistant recording