The Servant (album)

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The Servant
The Servant Album Front CD Cover.jpg
Studio album by The Servant
Released 5 April 2004 (UK)
Genre Alternative rock, Indie rock
Length 46:25 (Standard Edition)
62:19 (Limited Edition)
Label Prolifica Records
Producer Dan Black, Steve Dub (co-producer)
The Servant chronology
With the Invisible
(2000)
The Servant
(2004)
How to Destroy a Relationship
(2006)

The Servant is the debut album of the London-based alternative band The Servant in 2004, released on the Prolifica Records label. The limited edition contained 15 tracks and totalled an hour in length.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Dan Black, except "Devil", which contains an interpolation of "Me and the Devil Blues" by Robert Johnson

No. Title Length
1. "Cells"   4:47
2. "Beautiful Thing"   4:00
3. "Liquefy"   3:41
4. "Body"   4:42
5. "Devil"   4:16
6. "Orchestra"   3:32
7. "I Can Walk In Your Mind"   3:42
8. "Not Scared, Terrified"   4:18
9. "Jesus Says"   4:04
10. "Get Down"   3:11
11. "Glowing Logos"   6:12
Limited Edition Bonus Tracks
No. Title Length
12. "Jack The Ripper"   3:41
13. "Brand New Lover"   4:24
14. "Papyrus"   5:13
15. "Oh No, No, Not Another One"   2:36
  • "Cells" was used in the movie Transporter 2 (2005) and was included in its soundtrack. The instrumental version was used for the trailer for Sin City trailer, but wasn't included on its soundtrack.

Singles[edit]

  • Orchestra (2003)
  • Liquefy (2004)
  • Cells (2005)
  • I Can Walk in Your Mind (2005 - promo)

Personnel[edit]

  • Dan Black : Vocals, laptop and guitar
  • Chris Burrows : Guitar
  • Matt Fisher : Bass Guitar
  • Trevor Sharpe : Drums, percussions