Every Day (album)

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Every Day
CinematicOrchestra EveryDay albumcover.jpg
Studio album by The Cinematic Orchestra
Released 27 April 2002
Studio
Genre
Length 60:14
Label Ninja Tune
Producer
  • Phil France
  • Jason Swinscoe
The Cinematic Orchestra chronology
Remixes 1998-2000
(2000)Remixes 1998-20002000
Every Day
(2002)
Man with a Movie Camera
(2003)Man with a Movie Camera2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork (8.6/10)[2]

Every Day is the second studio album by the Cinematic Orchestra. It was released through Ninja Tune on 27 April 2002 in Japan and 13 May 2002 elsewhere.[3] It was re-released in November 2003 with two additional tracks. It was written and produced by band members Phil France and Jason Swinscoe.[4] In 2010, it was awarded a gold certification from the Independent Music Companies Association,[5] which indicated sales of at least 100,000 copies throughout Europe.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "All That You Give" (feat. Fontella Bass) – 6:10
  2. "Burn Out" – 10:13
  3. "Flite" – 6:35
  4. "Evolution" (feat. Fontella Bass) – 6:38
  5. "Man with the Movie Camera" – 9:09
  6. "All Things to All Men" (feat. Roots Manuva) – 11:04
  7. "Everyday" – 10:18

Additional tracks on re-release:

  1. "Oregon" – 3:54
  2. "Horizon" (feat. Niara Scarlett) – 4:44

Samples and inspiration[edit]

The album's longest track, "All Things to All Men", samples John Barry's original soundtrack to the 1968 film Petulia.

The track "Man with the Movie Camera" bears strong thematic similarities to music composed by Bernard Herrmann for the film The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad, in particular the scene in which Sinbad arrives in Baghdad.[citation needed]

Alternate releases[edit]

  • In Japan, the album was released on Beat Records a couple of weeks earlier than the original UK album. It contained nine tracks: the seven from the original release plus "Oregon" and a track called "Semblance".

Release history[edit]

Country Date
Japan 27 April 2002
United Kingdom 13 May 2002
United States 28 May 2002

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