At Some Point, Birds and Flowers Became Interesting
|At Some Point, Birds and Flowers Became Interesting|
|Studio album by The Special Goodness|
|The Special Goodness chronology|
At Some Point, Birds and Flowers Became Interesting released in April of 2001. It was the first official album to be released under the The Special Goodness name, though Wilson had also released a solo album titled The Special Goodness in 1998.
This album is often referred to as The Pinecone Record or The Pinecone Album, derived from the image of a pinecone on the cover. It was self-released and sold only at shows and through the band's official site. Only 1000 copies of the CD were made. All songs on the album were written and performed by Wilson. Recording and mixing are credited to Franklin Mint, one of Wilson's aliases. Atom Willard was brought into the band after the recording of this album, and remained a member of the band until the release of Natural in 2012.
Several songs were later re-recorded for different projects. "The Story Is Wrong" and "Reason To Worry" were recorded by Weezer during the 2002 Album 5 Demos sessions, and played live a few times that year. "You Know I'd Like...", "Whatever's Going On", and "Life Goes By" would later surface on 2003's Land Air Sea.
|1.||"You Know I'd Like..."||2:41|
|2.||"The Story Is Wrong"||4:21|
|3.||"Life Goes By"||2:44|
|4.||"Whatever's Going On"||3:02|
|7.||"Let's Go Down"||3:01|
|8.||"Reason to Worry"||3:41|
|9.||"What You're On"||2:43|
- Thespecialgoodness.com. https://web.archive.org/web/20010926222507/http://thespecialgoodness.com:80/ archived from the original on 2001-09-26.
- Thespecialgoodness.com. https://web.archive.org/web/20011129001606/http://thespecialgoodness.com/ archived from the original on 2001-11-29