Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
El Cielo (album)
About the album
Like Dredg's first album, Leitmotif, El Cielo is a concept album. The booklet with El Cielo contains letters written by sufferers of sleeping disorders. All of the songs on the album (except the instrumentals, obviously) contain snippets of the text in the booklet.
Early pressings of El Cielo were in a cardbord fold-out CD holder with pictures of clouds bordered by runes. Later pressings of El Cielo are apparently in the generic plastic jewel case. The cover of the later versions are obviously the cover of the booklet, which is a sort of brown leathery texture with the band's name and the album name on it. The image provided on this page is the cover of the earlier, cardboard fold-out version. Both versions are otherwise identical and have the same booklet.
Track 12, "Of the Room", is a remastered version of one of Dredg's first demo songs.
- "Brushstroke: Debtfoabaaposba"
- "Same Ol' Road"
- "Brushstroke: New Heart Shadow"
- "Sorry But It's Over"
- "Brushstroke: A Walk in the Park"
- "Eighteen People Living in Harmony"
- "Scissor Lock"
- "Brushstroke: (Reprise)"
- "Of the Room"
- "Brushstroke: An Elephant in the Delta Waves"
- "It Only Took a Day"
- "Whoa Is Me"
- "Canyon Behind Her"
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