|Studio album by|
|Released||May 18, 2003|
|Genre||Indie rock, pop rock|
|Producer||Chris Manning, Howard Benson|
|Thriving Ivory chronology|
2003 album cover
Thriving Ivory is the self-titled debut album of American rock band Thriving Ivory. The album was originally released on May 18, 2003 on the Wolfgang label, and re-released on June 21, 2008 on Wind-up Records. The sound of their self-titled release was inspired by bands such as U2 and Coldplay. The album peaked at number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
Keyboard player Scott Jason told Songfacts the track "Alien", "is the most personal song [to me] on the record. That song is about my brother. And my brother, he's a brilliant, brilliant, brilliant kid, a full scholarship to Berkeley, and he's gone through some pretty heavy stuff. So that song is really personal."
All tracks are written by Scott Jason (with Clayton Stroope).
|2.||"Angels on the Moon"||4:13|
|7.||"Long Hallway with a Broken Light"||4:51|
|9.||"For Heaven's Sake"||3:43|
|11.||"Light Up Mississippi"||3:29|
|12.||"Day of Rain"||4:41|
|2.||"Angels on the Moon"||4:21|
|4.||"For Heaven's Sake"||3:44|
|6.||"Light Up Mississippi"||3:25|
|10.||"Flowers for a Ghost"||4:11|
|11.||"Long Hallway with a Broken Light"||4:43|
|12.||"Day of Rain"||4:39|
Alien primarily refers to:
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