is the second album by Duncan Sheik
. Released by Atlantic Records
, it was the follow up to his self-titled
debut album. More understated than his first album, it did not include any major singles, but featured the London Session Orchestra
on some tracks.
Two of the album's songs, "That Says It All" and "A Body Goes Down", are tributes to other singer-songwriters. The earlier song references a list of past talents along with their contributions and personal struggles, ranging from Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan, to John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Brian Wilson, and Jimmy Page, concluding with Nick Drake, one of Sheik's chief influences. The latter song is an elegy for Jeff Buckley, following his death in 1997. The song was also included in the 2004 documentary Amazing Grace: Jeff Buckley.
The fourth track on the album, "Alibi", was later included as part of the soundtrack to the 1999 motion picture Teaching Mrs. Tingle.
- "In Between" - 4:32
- "Rubbed Out" - 5:09
- "Bite Your Tongue" - 3:56
- "Alibi" - 4:07
- "Varying Degrees Of Con-Artistry" - 6:56
- "That Says It All" - 4:14
- "Everyone, Everywhere" - 3:30
- "A Body Goes Down" - 6:05
- "Nothing Special" - 3:28
- "House Full Of Riches" - 5:37
- "Nichiren" - 14:47**
**Note: A hidden song, "Foreshadowing," begins at the 6:40 mark of track 11 after the close of "Nichiren"