|Throw It to the Universe|
|Studio album by The Soundtrack of Our Lives|
|Released||18 April 2012 (Europe)|
|Recorded|| Svenska Grammofonstudion|
|Producer||The Soundtrack of Our Lives|
|The Soundtrack of Our Lives chronology|
Throw It to the Universe is the sixth and final studio album by the Swedish band The Soundtrack of Our Lives.
The Soundtrack of Our Lives, often abbreviated T.S.O.O.L., was a Swedish rock band that formed in Gothenburg in 1995 and disbanded in 2012. The band's style draws heavily from sixties and seventies rock and punk, such as Rolling Stones and Iggy and the Stooges. Psychedelic rock is another strong influence for the band, and psychedelic and mystical references are also prominent in the band's lyrics and aesthetics. The abbreviation 'OEOC', which features on all their albums, refers to the phrase "as above, so below" from Hermeticism.
One of the founding members of The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Björn Olsson, plays guitar and sings on three songs on the album. His photo can also be seen in the album credits.
All tracks written by Ebbot Lundberg and Ian Person, except where noted.
Torbjörn "Ebbot" Lundberg is a Swedish artist, songwriter and music producer who lives in Gothenburg, Sweden. From 1995 to 2012, he was the lead singer of The Soundtrack of Our Lives‚ which he co-founded with Björn Olsson and Ian Person,
|1.||"Throw It to the Universe"||Ebbot Lundberg||3:44|
|2.||"You Are the Beginning"||Mattias Bärjed, Lundberg||5:03|
|3.||"When We Fall"||4:11|
|4.||"Where's the Rock?"||2:52|
|6.||"Waiting for the Lawnmowers"||Lundberg, Bärjed||1:29|
|7.||"Faster Than the Speed of Light"||3:45|
|8.||"Reality Show"||Kalle Gustafsson Jerneholm, Lundberg||3:12|
|9.||"Busy Land"||Lundberg, Björn Olsson||2:31|
|10.||"If Nothing Lasts Forever"||4:17|
|12.||"What's Your Story?"||3:59|
|13.||"Shine On (There's Another Day After Tomorrow)"||Lundberg, Olsson||4:42|
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