This Will Destroy You (album)
|This Will Destroy You|
|Studio album by This Will Destroy You|
|Released||January 29, 2008|
|Recorded||February 2007, Pedernales Studios, Spicewood, Texas;
Nomad Studios, Dallas, Texas
|This Will Destroy You chronology|
|Drowned in Sound||(8/10)|
|The Silent Ballet|||
The vinyl version of the album was pressed on red, blue and white vinyl and contains a quote from the television series Deadwood ("I may have fucked my life up flatter than hammered shit, but I stand before you today beholden to no human cocksucker") etched around the center label.
"Burial on the Presidio Banks" is featured in the final scene of CSI: Miami episode "Flight Risk".
"They Move on Tracks of Never-Ending Light" was used as part of an NBC introductory film narrated by Tom Brokaw which overviews Canada for the 2010 Winter Olympics. It was also used in the independent film The Diary of Preston Plummer (2012), starring Trevor Morgan
"The Mighty Rio Grande" is used prominently throughout the 2011 film Moneyball. In February 2015 the track was used by American web-based production company Rooster Teeth in a tribute video to the late Monty Oum, creator of the popular web series RWBY.
"The Mighty Rio Grande" is used in the 2014 science-fiction film Earth to Echo.
"The Mighty Rio Grande" is used in the 2015 film Room.
"Villa Del Refugio" was featured in a scene in World War Z.
All tracks written by This Will Destroy You.
|1.||"A Three-Legged Workhorse"||9:12|
|2.||"Villa Del Refugio"||7:06|
|5.||"The Mighty Rio Grande"||11:18|
|6.||"They Move on Tracks of Never-Ending Light"||6:59|
|7.||"Burial on the Presidio Banks"||7:44|
- This Will Destroy You
- Jeremy Galindo - guitar
- Raymond Brown - bass guitar, keyboard
- Chris King - guitar
- Andrew Miller - drums
- Additional musicians
- Stephanie McVeigh - cello (tracks 1, 5 and 7)
- John Congleton - producer, engineer and mixer
- This Will Destroy You - producers
- Alan Douches - mastering
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- Taylor, Darren (January 2008). "Reviews: Album of the Month. This Will Destroy You: This Will Destroy You" (JPEG). Rock Sound (105). London. p. 79. ISSN 1465-0185. Retrieved February 2, 2011.
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- Williamson, Aidan (November 30, 2007). "This Will Destroy You: S/T". strangeglue.com. Retrieved February 4, 2011.
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