Travellers in Space and Time
|Travellers in Space and Time|
|Studio album by The Apples in Stereo|
|Released||April 20, 2010|
|Genre||Indie pop, neo-psychedelia|
|Label||Simian Records, Elephant 6, Yep Roc Records|
|Producer||Robert Schneider, Bryce Goggin|
|The Apples in Stereo chronology|
|Singles from Travellers in Space and Time|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|||
Travellers in Space and Time is a 2010 album by The Apples in Stereo and their seventh studio release. It was the first album by the band to feature new drummer John Dufilho, as well as the first to cite Bill Doss and John Ferguson as permanent band members. It is heavily influenced by the Electric Light Orchestra, especially their science-fiction concept album Time.
The first single was "Dance Floor". The video for the song features actor Elijah Wood, who signed the Apples in Stereo to his label Simian Records, and previously directed the video for their song "Energy". "Dance Floor" along with a few other tunes were popular among shoppers as they were featured on playlists for such stores as Forever 21, Hollister Co, and Old Navy.
All tracks written by Robert Schneider, except where noted.
|2.||"Dream About the Future"||4:16|
|4.||"Strange Solar System"||0:59|
|7.||"No One in the World"||4:17|
|8.||"Dignified Dignitary" (Robert Schneider, Bill Doss, John Hill)||3:22|
|9.||"No Vacation" (Robert Schneider, John Ferguson)||3:56|
|10.||"Told You Once"||3:58|
|11.||"It's All Right"||3:38|
|12.||"Next Year at About the Same Time" (Eric Allen)||3:09|
|13.||"Floating in Space" (John Dufilho)||2:34|
|14.||"Nobody But You"||4:21|
|15.||"Wings Away" (Bill Doss, John Ferguson)||2:48|
The Apples in Stereo
Robert Schneider - Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Instrumentation, Mellotron, Piano, Piano (Electric), Producer, Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background), Vocoder
John Dufilho - Bass, Drums, Electronic Percussion, Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Electric), Handclapping, Percussion, Producer, Sound Effects, Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Bill Doss - Cowbell, Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Acoustic), Handclapping, Mellotron, Melodica, Piano (Electric), Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Eric Allen - Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Handclapping, Vocals (Background)
John Ferguson - Engineer, Group Member, Guitar (Electric), Handclapping, Mellotron, Piano, Piano (Electric), Synthesizer, Vocals, Vocals (Background), Vocoder
Rick Benjamin - Trombone
Merisa Bissinger - Flute, Piccolo
Rob Christiansen - Trombone
Russ Farnsworth - Spoken word
Dave Ferris - Tabla
Roger Gerguson - Vocals(background)
Christin Helmuth - Vocals(background)
Otto Helmuth - Vocals(background)
Heather McIntosh - Cello
Craig Morris - Drums, Guitar (Acoustic)
Dave Schneider - Guitar (Acoustic)
Dan Sjogren - Sax (Baritone)
Kevin Brown - Engineer
Dan Efram - Executive Producer, Management
Roger Ferguson - Engineer
Bryce Goggin - Electronic Effects, Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Otto Helmuth - Assistant Engineer
Merritt Jacob - Assistant Engineer
Fred Kevorkian - Mastering
Craig Morris - Assistant Engineer,Mixing,Producer
Adam Sachs - Engineer
Paul Stec- Design, Layout
Carolyn Suzuki - Design, Layout
Rebecca Turbow - Illustrations
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