Thud (album)

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Released21 March 1995
Recorded Lawnmower And Garden Supply, Pasadena, CA
Genre Progressive rock
Label PRA
Producer Kevin Gilbert, track 7 produced by Gilbert, Bill Bottrell and Dan Schwartz
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Thud is the first studio album by the rock artist Kevin Gilbert. It was released in 1995. The album was his last release before his accidental death in 1996.


Track listing

All tracks are written by Kevin Gilbert, except where noted.

1."When You Give Your Love to Me"Bottrell, Gilbert3:20
2."Goodness Gracious" 4:08
3."Joytown"Bottrell, Gilbert, MacLeod, Schwartz4:53
4."Waiting" 5:05
5."Tea for One" 5:49
6."Shadow Self" 7:05
7."The Tears of Audrey" 4:47
8."Shrug (Because of Me and You)"Bottrell, Gilbert, MacLeod, Schwartz3:54
9."All Fall Down" 5:35
10."Song for a Dead Friend" 5:56

Some distributions of the album were also co-packaged with a bonus CD entitled "Kashmir & Thud EP" including five additional tracks:

1."Kashmir" Bonham, Page, Plant 4:29
2."Goodness Gracious (thud version)" 4:09
3."Waiting (the other version)" 4:44
4."Joytown (recorded live and acoustic for Westwood One Radio)"Bottrell, Gilbert, MacLeod, Schwartz4:30
5."Shadow Self (alternate version)" 6:47


Additional personnel for Kashmir & Thud EP include:


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