Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow

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Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow
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Studio album by Jonathan Coulton
Released October 1, 2004
Recorded 2003-2004
Genre Folk rock
Producer Jonathan Coulton
Jonathan Coulton chronology
Smoking Monkey
Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow
Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms

Where Tradition Meets Tomorrow is the second studio album by rock musician Jonathan Coulton. The album is named after the town motto of Jonathan's hometown, Colchester, Connecticut. The album cover art itself is a retouched photograph of a sign from the city. The album is one of Coulton's only EPs; on his website he commented, "I don't know why there are only five songs, maybe I was tired".[1]

Track list[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Future Soon"   3:49
2. "Skullcrusher Mountain"   4:16
3. "I Crush Everything"   4:43
4. "Betty and Me"   3:06
5. "Mandelbrot Set"   4:24