|Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune|
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|Released||September 7, 2018|
|Label||Joyful Noise Recordings|
|Swamp Dogg chronology|
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Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune is a studio album by Swamp Dogg. It was released via Joyful Noise Recordings on September 7, 2018.
The album was inspired by Kanye West's 808s & Heartbreak. After Swamp Dogg and MoogStar recorded a rough version of the album, Ryan Olson and Justin Vernon spent several years 'refining, fine-tuning, and deconstructing' these recordings. The album includes the cover versions of 'Answer Me, My Love' and 'Star Dust'. In a 2018 interview with Los Angeles Times, Swamp Dogg said, 'It's the best thing I've done since the '70s.'
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At Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 74, based on 8 reviews, indicating 'generally favorable reviews'.
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Mark Deming of AllMusic wrote, 'with Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune, Swamp Dogg takes a very deep dive into the electronic side of contemporary pop, hip-hop, and R&B, and he predictably pushes it to the wall.' Elias Leight of Rolling Stone wrote, 'On Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune's best songs, [Ryan] Olson's synth-heavy backdrops evoke the late Eighties, landing somewhere between early Chicago house music and twitchy hip-hop.' Jon Pareles of The New York Times commented that 'Swamp Dogg sets off into a bizarre, unsettled realm of computer-manipulated vocals and surreal, anything-can-happen electronic backdrops.' Stephen M. Deusner of Pitchfork wrote, 'The experiment succeeds because Swamp Dogg delivers on all three aspects of his album title: the ecstasies of love, the misery of loss, and the way Auto-Tune can be used to magnify those feelings.'
Mojo placed it at number 56 on the 'Top 75 Albums of 2018' list.
|1.||'Answer Me, My Love'||2:53|
|3.||'I'll Pretend' (featuring Guitar Shorty and Justin Vernon)||MoogStar||4:24|
|4.||'I'm Coming with Lovin' on My Mind'||Jerry Williams Jr.||4:05|
|6.||'I Love Me More'||MoogStar||4:31|
|7.||'Sex with Your Ex'||4:31|
|8.||'She's All Mind All Mind'||4:32|
Credits adapted from liner notes.
- Swamp Dogg – vocals, keyboards (1)
- MoogStar – production, vocals (1)
- Andrew Broder – production (1, 5, 7)
- Justin Vernon – messina (1–8), vocals (3), keyboards (4)
- Romain Bly – French horn (1, 7), arrangement (1, 7, 9)
- Alistair Sung – cello (1, 7, 9)
- Thora Margret Sveinsdottir – viola (1, 7, 9)
- Shelley Soerensen – violin (1, 7)
- Marlies von Gangelen – oboe (1, 7)
- Maaike van der Linde – flute (1, 7)
- Taskforce – production (1, 8)
- Amire Johnson – keyboards (1)
- Brian Nichols – keyboards (2, 5, 6)
- Erik Andersen – keyboards (2, 5)
- Lazerbeak – boom bap (2, 5)
- Jake Hanson – guitar (2, 6)
- Charles Hayes – saxophone (2, 8)
- Chris Bierden – bass guitar (2, 9)
- Ryan Olson – keyboard bass (3), bass guitar (6), piano (9)
- Bobby Raps – snare (3), handclap (7)
- Guitar Shorty – guitar (3), headphone bleed (3)
- Seth Rosetter – deep noise (3)
- Psymun – production (4, 5)
- Sen 09 – production (4)
- Elliot Kozel – keyboards (4)
- Morgan Whirledge – keyboards (4)
- Isaac Gale – bass guitar (4)
- V*agra – shaker (4)
- Chris Eagan – drums (5)
- Josh Berg – beat (6)
- Trever Hagen – production (7)
- Jeremy Ylvisaker – guitar (7)
- Decarlo Jackson – bass guitar (7)
- Mark McGee – shaker (7)
- Drew Christopherson – hi-hat (9)
- Andre de Ridder – violin (9)
- Mayah Kadish – violin (9)
- David McMurry – photography
- Erik Madigan Heck – photography
- David J. Woodruff – layout
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|US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard)||7|
|US Independent Albums (Billboard)||28|
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- ^Wood, Mikael (September 6, 2018). 'Swamp Dogg says nobody bought his last album. So he took a chance with his new one'. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^ ab'Love, Loss and Auto-Tune by Swamp Dogg'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^ abDeming, Mark. 'Love, Loss and Auto-Tune - Swamp Dogg'. AllMusic. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^ abDeusner, Stephen M. (September 10, 2018). 'Swamp Dogg: Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune'. Pitchfork. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^Horowitz, Steve (September 7, 2018). 'Swamp Dogg Sings About 'Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune''. PopMatters. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^ abLeight, Elias (September 7, 2018). 'Review: Swamp Dogg Sinks His Teeth Into Some Eighties Grooves on 'Love, Loss and Auto-Tune''. Rolling Stone. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^Pareles, Jon (September 5, 2018). 'Justin Vernon Joins Swamp Dogg and Big Red Machine to Wrestle With Love and Death'. The New York Times. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^Sacher, Andrew (November 19, 2018). 'MOJO's Top 75 Albums of 2018'. BrooklynVegan. Retrieved April 18, 2020.
- ^'Swamp Dogg Chart History (Heatseekers Albums)'. Billboard. Retrieved October 10, 2015.
- ^'Swamp Dogg Chart History (Independent Albums)'. Billboard. Retrieved October 10, 2015.
- Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune at Bandcamp
- Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune at Discogs (list of releases)