Rejected Unknown

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Rejected Unknown
Rejected Unknown cover.jpg
Studio album by Daniel Johnston
Released October 9, 2001
Recorded

1998-1999

Waller, Texas
Genre Outsider music, rock, piano rock
Label Gammon
Producer Brian Beattie
Daniel Johnston chronology
Why me?
(2001)Why me?2001
Rejected Unknown
(2001)
Fear Yourself
(2003)Fear Yourself2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (7.5/10)[2]

Rejected Unknown is a 2001 album by acclaimed outsider musician Daniel Johnston. The title references the decision by Atlantic Records to drop him from the label after the commercial failure of his only major-label album, 1994's Fun. Rejected Unknown was produced by Austin producer and former Glass Eye member, Brian Beattie.[3] A 7-inch limited edition EP called Dream Scream, featuring that song and "Funeral Girl", was released in 1998 on Pickled Egg Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Impossible Love"
  2. "Funeral Girl"
  3. "Dream Scream"
  4. "Love Forever"
  5. "Cathy Cline"
  6. "Davinare"
  7. "Party"
  8. "The Spook"
  9. "Girl of My Dreams"
  10. "Billions / Rock"
  11. "Thrill"
  12. "Favorite Darling Girl"
  13. "Some Time Spent in Heaven"
  14. "Wedding Ring Bells Blues"
  15. "I Lose"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Pitchfork Media review
  3. ^ [1]