The Place Where We Lived

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The Place Where We Lived
Studio album by Hayden
Released May 26, 2009
Recorded 4 Walls Studios, Skyscraper National Park
Genre Acoustic rock, indie folk, alternative country, folk rock
Length 30:04
Label Hardwood/Universal Music Canada (Canada)
Producer Howie Beck
Hayden chronology
In Field & Town
(2008)
The Place Where We Lived
(2009)
Us Alone
(2013)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Straight.com 4/5 stars link
The Vancouver Sun 3.5/5 stars link
PopMatters 6/10 stars link
cokemachineglow (78%) link

The Place Where We Lived is the sixth album by Canadian singer-songwriter Hayden, released May 26, 2009 on Hardwood Records and Universal Music Canada.

The album was not heavily promoted, and Hayden did not undertake an extensive concert tour to support it.[1] Upon the release of his followup album Us Alone, he joked that "I think I realized that you need to let people know you have a record out."[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Place Where We Lived"   3:26
2. "Message from London"   3:14
3. "Disappear"   2:32
4. "Living Grows on You"   1:59
5. "When the Night Came and Took Us"   3:10
6. "Let's Break Up"   3:06
7. "The Valley"   1:48
8. "Dilapidated Heart"   5:20
9. "Never Lonely"   3:01
10. "Let it Last"   2:28

References[edit]

  • The Place Where We Lived (Media notes). Hayden. 2009.