The Sophtware Slump is the second studio album by American indie rock band Grandaddy. It was released in May 2000 by record label V2. It is seen by some as a concept album about problems concerning modern technology in society. The album was released to critical acclaim. The album was written and recorded by frontman Jason Lytle alone in a remote farmhouse. He has been quoted as saying: "I just remember everything out there was dusty.
Not that The Sophtware Slump is in any way major- being major is the work of artistes, and part of Grandaddy's appeal was that they just seemed like low-key guys from central California tooling around in the basement. They sang about national forests filled with broken appliances and robot friends who woke up drunk in parks
Through piano lines, acoustic guitars and atmospheric effects we hear the buildings of a truly great album from a misunderstood mind. The Sophtware Slump is, for conversation’s sake, a concept album. It's about the near future, technology and emotion, a post apocalyptic universe where true feelings don't matter and machines take the roles of humans. Sure, it's been done, but Grandaddy do it just as brilliantly as anyone has ever.
The Sophtware Slump is the second studio album by American indie rock band Grandaddy. It was released on 29 May 2000. Being their second album, the title is a reference to a sophomore slump, a term given to an artist's second album which is seen to fail to live up to the first album.
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All tracks published by Genghis Music/Deadlineless Music (admin. in the USA by BMG Songs In. (ASCAP) The Sophtware Slump was recorded at Little Portugal in Modesto.
1. First Movement, Message Send Lyrics.
Picking up where their Signal to Snow Ratio EP left off, Grandaddy's wittily named second album The Sophtware Slump upgrades the group's wry, country-tinged rock with electronic flourishes that run through the album like fiber-optic lines.