Scenery and Fish

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Scenery and Fish
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Studio album by I Mother Earth
Released April 23, 1996 (CAN)
July 9, 1996 (US)
Recorded 1995
Genre Alternative rock, post-grunge, psychedelic rock, funk metal, alternative metal
Length 63:08
Label Capitol
Producer Paul Northfield, Jagori Tanna
I Mother Earth chronology
Dig
(1993)
Scenery and Fish
(1996)
Blue Green Orange
(1999)
Singles from Scenery and Fish
  1. "One More Astronaut"
    Released: 1996
  2. "Another Sunday"
    Released: 1996
  3. "Used to be Alright"
    Released: 1997
  4. "Raspberry"
    Released: 1997
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Scenery and Fish is the second album by the Canadian alternative rock band I Mother Earth, released by Capitol and EMI in 1996. It is the band's most commercially successful album, going double platinum in Canada.[2] By April 1999, the album had sold 320,000 units in Canada.[3]

The album was somewhat of a continuance of the band's percussive, psychedelic sound, albeit this time with more of a post-grunge twist tinged with elements of both progressive rock and pop.

Personnel[edit]

Additional musicians[edit]

Track listing[edit]

(All songs written by "I Mother Earth", later revealed to be Jagori and Christian Tanna)[4]

No. Title Length
1. "Hello Dave!" 0:47
2. "Like a Girl" 4:40
3. "One More Astronaut" 5:24
4. "Another Sunday" 4:05
5. "Three Days Old" 5:47
6. "Used to be Alright" 5:27
7. "Shortcut to Moncton" 7:56
8. "Pisser" 5:00
9. "Raspberry" 5:45
10. "Songburst & Delirium" 5:55
11. "Sense of Henry" 5:16
12. "Earth, Sky & C." 7:06
Total length: 63:08

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