To the Goddess Electricity

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To The Goddess Electricity
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 4, 1999
Recorded1998–99, Elerat and Athletic Studios, Toronto
Genre Synthpop
Label October Records
Producer Rational Youth
Rational Youth chronology
Everything Is Vapour/Money and Blood
To The Goddess Electricity
Early Singles (box)
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To The Goddess Electricity was Rational Youth's 1999 comeback album.

Track listing

Original 1999 CD
1."Ludwigshafen"Tracy Howe, Jean-Claude Cutz4:34
2."Pink Pills, Orange Pills"Howe, Cutz4:52
3."Money And Blood"Howe, Cutz, Dave Rout5:04
4."Energie"Howe, Cutz, Rout3:36
5."Back From Madrapour"Howe, Cutz4:13
6."Talk To Me (I'm Only Human)"Howe, Cutz3:48
7."In My Imagination"Howe, Cutz3:36
8."To The Goddess Electricity"Howe, Cutz2:35
9."Everything Is Vapour"Howe, Cutz, Rout3:39
10."The Ghosts Of Montreal"Howe, Rout3:28
11."Open Your Heart"Howe, Cutz, Rout3:11

To The Goddess Electricity was reissued in 2014 in a heavily revised version. The track order was changed, several selections appeared in substantially different mixes and arrangements (marked †), and two bonus tracks were added (marked ‡).

Reissued 2014 CD and LP
1."Everything Is Vapour†"Howe, Cutz, Rout4:16
2."Pink Pills, Orange Pills†"Howe, Cutz4:30
3."Back From Madrapour"Howe, Cutz4:14
4."Ludwigshafen"Howe, Cutz4:33
5."In My Imagination"Howe, Cutz3:35
6."To The Goddess Electricity†"Howe, Cutz3:31
7."Money And Blood"Howe, Cutz, Rout5:05
8."The Ghosts Of Montreal"Howe, Rout3:27
9."Energie"Howe, Cutz, Rout3:33
10."Talk To Me (I'm Only Human)"Howe, Cutz3:47
11."Open Your Heart"Howe, Cutz, Rout3:08
12."You Saved Me (No More And No Less)‡"Howe4:01
13."Everything Is Vapour (Rain Version)‡"Howe, Cutz, Rout4:17


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