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Lightspeed Champion - Falling Off The Lavender Bridge FLAC
  • Performer Lightspeed Champion
  • Title Falling Off The Lavender Bridge
  • Date of release 2008
  • Country UK
  • Style Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
  • Label Domino
  • Catalog number WIGCD186X
  • Other formats 2 × CD, Album, Limited Edition
  • Genre Rock / Folk
  • Size MP3 2069 mb
  • Size FLAC 2655 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 094


1Devil Tricks For A B4:40
2Galaxy Of The Lost3:58
3No Surprise (For Wendela) / Midnight Surprise5:06
4I Could Have Done This Myself3:18
6Flesh Failures
7Everyone I Know Is Listening To Crunk3:03
8All To S1:12
9Let The Bes Die2:38
10Tell Me What It's Worth2:40
11Number One0:25
12Dry Lips3:46
14Salty Water2:26
15Never Meant To Hurt You
16Midnight Surprise9:56


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WIGCD186Lightspeed Champion Falling Off The Lavender Bridge ‎(CD, Album)DominoWIGCD186UK2008
WIGLP186Lightspeed Champion Falling Off The Lavender Bridge ‎(LP, Album)DominoWIGLP186UK2008
WIGCD186PLightspeed Champion Falling Off The Lavender Bridge ‎(CD, Album, Promo)DominoWIGCD186PUK2007
noneLightspeed Champion Falling Off the Lavender Bridge (Bonus Track Version) ‎(CD, Album)DominononeUK2008
5166442Lightspeed Champion Falling Off The Lavender Bridge ‎(CD, Album)Domino5166442Australia2008


  • Arranged By [Strings]Nate Walcott
  • Artwork [Design & Sci-fi Images]Matt Cooper
  • CelloTom Clarke
  • ClarinetMark Benson
  • Composed ByDev Hynes
  • DrumsClark Beachle
  • EngineerMike Mogis
  • FluteKaren Murphy
  • Mixed ByMike Mogis
  • OboeMiguel Picanco
  • Other [Management] – Iain Watt, Rene Symonds
  • Photography [Internal] – Dev Hynes
  • Photography [Portraits] – Ophelia Wynne
  • ProducerMike Mogis
  • StringsCynthia Ricker, Donna Carnes, Kimberly Salistean, Tracy Sands
  • Vocals [Additional]Emmy The Great (tracks: 1, 3, 9, 10 to 12), Tim Kasher (tracks: 3)
  • Vocals [Group]David Coyote Bones (tracks: 7, 12), Derek Pressnall (tracks: 7, 12), Joe Knapp (tracks: 7, 12), Kianna Alarid (tracks: 7, 12), Nik Fackler (tracks: 7, 12), Susan Sanchez (tracks: 7, 12)
  • Written-ByDev Hynes


  • Label Code: LC10192
  • Rights Society: MCPS / BIEM
  • Barcode: 5034202018636


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
  • Published By – Domino Publishing Co. Ltd.


0:00 Number One 0:24 Galaxy of the Lost 4:22 Tell Me What It's Worth 7:02 All To Shit 8:14 Midnight Surprise I used to be really obsessed with this song. Falling off the Lavender Bridge is the debut album by British artist Lightspeed Champion, which was released on 21 January 2008. The album features the singles Galaxy of the Lost, Midnight Surprise and Tell Me What It's Worth. Devonté Hynes, the main musician in Lightspeed Champion, flew to Omaha, Nebraska in early 2007 to flesh out the songs that he'd written with Mike Mogis, resident producer for Saddle Creek records and a member of Bright Eyes. He stayed there for several months in a guest. Album 2008 12 Songs. 12 tracks 36:42. Summary: The debut album for the ex-Test Icicles member was produced by Mike Mogis. Record Label: Domino. Genres: Rock, Alternative. Lightspeed Champion sounds like an ambitious fan, eager to stuff his entire record collection into his solo debut, but with the uncluttered grace of a patient melodist, albeit one who can't resist naming a song 'Let the Bitches Die. Read full review. No Ripcord. Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. 추가 이미지. Backing Vocals Emmy The Great & Tim Kasher. More Lightspeed Champion albums. Life Is Sweet Nice to Meet You. Lightspeed Champion. Falling Off the Lavender Bridge. is a remarkable leap forward as Lightspeed Champion, Hynes is, at last, a serious contender. Full Review. The thing is, Mogis Americana treatment of Lavender Bridges core material all too often saturates each song, soaking though to the core of Hynes material and threatening to set in to rot