LP1] A1. Daddy / A2. Mountaintop / A3. Flight / A4. The Code / B1. Moon / B2. Pier (Instrumental) / B3. Ether / B4. Hejda[LP2] C1. Forgive Me / C2. Broken / C3. Bones / C4. Deathscope / D1. The Field / D2. The Bridge / D3. Pure (Instrumental) [CD] 01. Daddy / 02. Mountaintop / 03. Flight / 04. The Code / 05. Moon / 06. Pier (Instrumental) / 07. Ether / 08. Hejda / 09. Forgive Me / 10. Broken / 11. Bones / 12. Deathscope / 13. The Field / 14. The Bridge / 15. Pure (Instrumental)
For Devin Townsend, ‘‘Casualties of Cool’’ is more than just the latest release of a prolific career todate. You probably know him as the founder of Strapping Young Lad, you might have Steve Vai’s Sex & Religion, which features the Canadian metal star on vocals, or the countless other releases he’s put his name to. But you can forget all that for now. For Townsend, ‘Casualties of Cool’ is an escape – from over 20 years of relentless productivity, of the pre-conceptions of him that come with being one of the biggest names in his sphere.