The Quicksilver Meat Dream

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The Quicksilver Meat Dream
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Studio album by I Mother Earth
Released April 8, 2003
Recorded 2002
Genre Alternative metal
Length 65:33
Label Universal
Producer David Bottrill, Jagori Tanna
I Mother Earth chronology
Earth, Sky, and Everything in Between
(2001)
The Quicksilver Meat Dream
(2003)

The Quicksilver Meat Dream is the fourth album [1] by the Canadian alternative rock band I Mother Earth, released by Universal on April 8, 2003. It is allegedly a concept album, though the details on the concept are left to the fans.[1]

The album retained the instrumental jams and cryptic lyrics of prior albums, but largely strayed from the band's psychedelic past. Instead, it offered a dark modern metal sound with industrial elements, and at times the band's greatest emphasis on progressive rock to date.

Personnel[edit]

Track listing[edit]

(All songs written by Jagori and Christian Tanna)

No. Title Length
1. "0157:H7" 3:47
2. "Choke" 4:18
3. "I is Us" 5:42
4. "God Rocket (Into the Heart of Las Vegas)" 6:49
5. "Like the Sun" 4:16
6. "Hell & Malfunction" 7:01
7. "Soft Bomb Salad" 7:38
8. "Juicy" 4:11
9. "No Coma" 4:28
10. "Meat Dreams
  • I. Umbilical Transmissions
  • II. We Be Nine
  • III. That's Quite an Erection, Eric
  • IV. Blondes and Buster"
8:19
11. "Passenger" (Actual track ends at 3:33, and after four minutes of silence continues with an instrumental hidden track at 7:22.) 9:00
Total length: 65:33

References[edit]

[2]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ EMI released Earth, Sky and Everything in Between, an album of B-sides and live recordings, against the band's wishes in 2001. It is technically the fourth I Mother Earth album though not considered part of the discography.