Figure 8

by Elliott Smith

Figure 8

Figure 8 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Elliott Smith, and the final studio album released during his lifetime. It was recorded from 1998 to 2000 at numerous studios and released on April 18, 2000, through DreamWorks Records. Preceded by the singles “Happiness” and “Son of Sam”, Figure 8 was Smith’s second release on a major label.


  1. Son Of Sam
  2. Somebody That I Used To Know
  3. Junk Bond Trader
  4. Everything Reminds Me Of Her
  5. Everything Means Nothing To Me
  6. LA
  7. In The Lost And Found (Honky Bach)
  8. The Roost
  9. Stupidity Tries
  10. Easy Way Out
  11. Wouldn’t Mama Be Proud?
  12. Color Bars
  13. Happiness
  14. The Gondola Man
  15. Pretty Mary K
  16. I Better Be Quiet Now
  17. Can’t Make A Sound
  18. Bye

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Format Vinyl LP Album Limited Edition Numbered Special Edition (Coke Bottle Swirl, 180 Gram)
Label Bong Load Records
Catalog Number BL48
Notes Bong Load Records 25th anniversary reissue. Foil stamp numbered out of 2,016. Coke Bottle Swirl vinyl. Includes 11" X 11" insert and sticker. No barcode. Record housed in a black Bong Load round bottom inner sleeve. The Roost and The Gondola Man are not numbered on the sleeve. Recorded and mixed […] at Abbey Road, Capitol, Sunset Sound, and Sonora Studios. Assistant engineers: at Sunset Sound: Geoff Walcha, Monique Mizrahi at Sonora: Richard Baron at Capitol: Dann Thompson, Steve Genewick, Charlie Paakkari, Jimmy Hoyson at Abbey Road: Paul Hicks
Discogs URL Elliott Smith - Figure 8