Love in the Time of Science

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Love in the Time of Science
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Studio album by
Released22 November 1999 (UK)[1]
24 October 2000 (United States)[1]
RecordedNeptune's Kitchen, UK
(addt. recording in Spain and Iceland)
GenreElectronica, trip hop
Length38:54
LabelOne Little Indian Records, Virgin Records
ProducerRoland Orzabal & Alan Griffiths
Emilíana Torrini chronology
Merman
(1996)
Love in the Time of Science
(1999)
Rarities
(2000)
Alternative cover
Original cover
Original cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[2]
PopMatters(positive)[3]

Love in the Time of Science is the third album by the Icelandic singer/songwriter Emilíana Torrini. It was her first album to be released internationally (her earlier albums being released only in her native Iceland).

The album was recorded and released in 1999, and was produced by Roland Orzabal and Alan Griffiths of Tears For Fears, who also wrote two tracks for the album. It was recorded and mixed at Orzabal's own studio, Neptune's Kitchen, with additional recording done in Spain and Iceland. Orzabal also played and performed backing vocals on the album.

Other collaborators included Eg White, Siggi Baldursson and Mark Abis.

The title of the album is a variation of the 1985 Gabriel García Márquez novel Love in the Time of Cholera.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."To Be Free"Emilíana Torrini, Eg White3:25
2."Wednesday's Child"Roland Orzabal, Alan Griffiths3:54
3."Baby Blue"Orzabal, Griffiths4:05
4."Dead Things"Torrini, White4:25
5."Unemployed in Summertime"Torrini, White3:46
6."Easy"Torrini, White, Siggi Baldursson3:22
7."Fingertips"Torrini, White, Baldursson3:43
8."Telepathy"Baldursson, Johann G Johannsson4:01
9."Tuna Fish"Torrini, White, Baldursson3:13
10."Summerbreeze"Mark Abis3:48
11."Sea People"Torrini, White1:12

Singles[edit]

  • "Dead Things"
  • "Baby Blue"
  • "To Be Free" (UK #44)[4]
  • "Easy" (UK #63)[4]
  • "Unemployed in Summertime" (UK #63)[4]

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