Yo La Tengo ‎– The Sounds Of The Sounds Of Science

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Egon Records ‎– Egon 07, Egon Records ‎– ole-549-2, Egon Records ‎– OLE-549-2
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Credits

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"All songs written for The Sounds of Science which premiered at the San Francisco International Film Festival of 2001. This program consists of eight underwater documentaries by Jean Painlevé, with live accompaniment by us. Thanks to Doug Jones and Rachel Rosen."

Most songs recorded at the Bank of Woodland, Nashville. Track 5 recorded at Yo La Tengo's practice space, USA.
Most songs mixed at the Bank of Woodland, Nashville. Tracks 3 and 8 mixed at Water Music, Hoboken.

All songs published by Roshashauna Music/Excellent Classical Songs (BMI).

Mastered at Sterling Sound.

Catalog number Egon 07 on spine, rear cover, and disc face; catalog number ole-549-2 on rear cover and disc face; catalog number OLE-549-2 inside booklet.

© ℗ 2002 Yo La Tengo.
Manufactured by WEA Mfg.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT X17515 LN OLE 549-2 01 M0S1
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L902
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U8A

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allnighterkid

allnighterkid

July 31, 2018
vinyl please with other tracks 1 1 1 1 1
jesolanity

jesolanity

February 7, 2018

Yo La Tengo's post rock album. Amazing. Closer to 'And Then Nothing..' than any other YLT release.
And, in my opinion, one of their 'must have'. A few bands in rock tested their inspiration in almost any possible nuance, with such humilty and never missing the 'trademark' and their qualities and traits like YLT. The Love Life Of The Octopus is one of the best post-rock tracks ever written. Take care of it.
discosmos

discosmos

October 27, 2015
Please somebody make the vinyl version!
mphtmnslt

mphtmnslt

February 16, 2013
A beautiful album. I listen to this a lot when I'm reading sci-fi books and it's great to listen to while studying as well. The instrumentation of YLT really shines in this album and these albums are very strong. 5/5