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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence is an LP released by Glassjaw in 2000. It was produced by Ross Robinson who has produced albums for bands such as Korn and Slipknot in the past. The album contains a hidden track that can be found if you fast forward after the end of the final track. The band have been rumored to discourage purchasing this album due to their acrimonious split from Roadrunner Records. Ross Robinson claimed that the label showed no interest in the band until he pushed to have them signed, and showed little interest after.

Track listingEdit

All lyrics written by Daryl Palumbo. All music written by Glassjaw, except "Lovebites and Razorlines", "Hurting and Shoving (She Should Have Let Me Sleep)" and "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence", written by Glassjaw and Ross Robinson.


  • 1."Pretty Lush" – 2:59
  • 2."Siberian Kiss" – 3:50
  • 3."When One Eight Becomes Two Zeros" – 4:33
  • 4."Ry Ry's Song" – 3:32
  • 5."Lovebites and Razorlines" – 4:10
  • 6."Hurting and Shoving (She Should Have Let Me Sleep)" – 3:28
  • 7."Majour" – 4:00
  • 8."Her Middle Name Was Boom" – 4:16
  • 9."Piano" – 4:59
  • 10."Babe" – 1:43
  • 11."Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence" – 5:36
  • 12."Motel of the White Locust" – 8:41

"Losten" (Hidden Track) - 3:10 (the last 3 mins and 31 secs of "Motel Of The White Locust")

PersonellEdit

  • Daryl Palumbo - Vocals
  • Justin Beck - Guitar
  • Manuel Carrero - Bass guitar
  • Todd Weinstock - Guitar
  • Sammy Siegler - Drums
  • Ross Robinson - Production, mixing
  • Steve Evetts - Mixing
  • Chuck Johnson - Engineering
  • Ted Jensen - Mastering
  • Kaz Kiriya - Band photography
  • Paul Brown - Image photography

TriviaEdit

On the UK release of the album, the song "Motel of the White Locust" is actually entitled "Hotel of the White Locust".

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