Land Air Sea

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Land Air Sea
The special goodness - land air sea.jpg
Studio album by The Special Goodness
Released February 2003 (2003-02)
Genre Rock
Label N.O.S./Epitaph
Producer Patrick Wilson, Atom Willard, Chad Bamford
The Special Goodness chronology
At Some Point, Birds and Flowers Became Interesting
Land Air Sea

Land Air Sea is the third album by The Special Goodness. It was originally released in February 2003 by N.O.S. Recordings and a remastered, remixed, and re-ordered edition was released on Epitaph Records on January 20, 2004.[1] The original N.O.S. version had three different covers while the Epitaph version just has one. Patrick Wilson considers this to be his "first true release" despite it being the third official Special Goodness album.[1]


Patrick Wilson appears on vocals, guitars and bass and Atom Willard appears on drums. On this album, Wilson worked with many in-studio personnel that often worked with Weezer. The album was mixed by Pinkerton mixer Joe Barresi, who also mixed the band's Christmas EP Winter Weezerland.[2] The band self-produced the album along with Chad Bamford, who engineered Maladroit and received a co-producing credit for Make Believe.

Track listing[edit]

2003 N.O.S. version[edit]

  1. "Pardon Me"
  2. "Life Goes By"
  3. "Day In The Autumn"
  4. "N.F.A."
  5. "Oops"
  6. "Inside Your Heart"
  7. "Pay No Mind"
  8. "Whatever's Going On"
  9. "In The Sun"
  10. "Move It Along"
  11. "The Big Idea"
  12. "You Know I'd Like..."

2004 Epitaph version[edit]

  1. "You Know I'd Like..."
  2. "Life Goes By"
  3. "Day In The Autumn"
  4. "N.F.A."
  5. "Oops"
  6. "The Big Idea"
  7. "Whatever's Going On"
  8. "In The Sun"
  9. "Pardon Me"
  10. "Inside Your Heart"
  11. "Move It Along"
  12. "Pay No Mind"


  1. ^ a b "Info at". Archived from the original on November 14, 2006. 
  2. ^ "Joe Barresi info". Retrieved 25 April 2011. 

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