Producers: Michael Lockwood, Ryan Freeland, Mike Deneen.
Recorded at Sonora Recorders, Hensons Recording Studio and Stampede Origin Studios, Los Angeles, California; Kampo, New York, New York; and QSound, Boston, Massachusetts.
This Japanese edition features one bonus track.
Given a set of trials and tribulation that could have been created by Charles Dickens, that fact that Aimee Mann keeps recording albums is something of a surprise, though certainly not an unwelcome one. With her record label problems behind her, LOST IN SPACE is her fourth solo album (not including her contributions to the MAGNOLIA soundtrack). The tracks combine an acoustic sensibility that highlighting Mann's expressive guitar work with occasional an understated electric edge that includes shimmering distortion, all in the service of her rich voice and eloquent lyrics. Standouts include: "Lost in Space," which features a slow, rolling beat and an insistent string section; "Pavlov's Bell," with its alternately plaintive and searing guitar accents; "Invisible Ink," a quietly introspective track that builds to include an orchestral backing; and the comparatively uptempo "The Moth," with background instrumentation from harpsichords and keyboards.
- Humpty Dumpty
- High On Sunday 51
- Lost In Space
- This Is How It Goes
- Guys Like Me
- Pavlov’s Bell
- Real Bad News
- Invisible Ink
- Today’s The Day
- The Moth
- It’s Not
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