Grandaddy - The Sophtware Slump Deluxe Reissue

Grandaddy’s The Sophtware Slump deserves to be in the pantheon of tech-addled masterpieces (see OK Computer) and it’s getting the full-fledged reissue treatment. The deluxe version includes b-sides, never-before-released demos, and the whole gussied-up-remaster thing. To celebrate the classic, fragile, and dark indie classic comes a slew of Slump media, so here goes!

Watch “The Making Of” video…

Check out Jason Lytle talking to BBC about the reissue.

And best for last, stream the original demo of “Hewlett’s Daughter.”

The Sophtware Slump Deluxe Edition is out now on iTunes in the US and via Amazon in Europe. Also, a double vinyl LP will be available in Europe starting 10/3. It’s all out on Universal/V2.

Comments (3)
  1. YES!

    “Grandaddy’s The Sophtware Slump deserves to be in the pantheon of tech-addled masterpieces”

    So true!

    One of the best albums of the 2000s!

    I don’t have enough exclamation points for this album!

  2. Holy Shit! Such an amazing record.

  3. Absolutely one of my favorite records. It’s a band coming together perfectly with a unifying theme and creating a masterpiece. It’s at a different level from all of the other Grandaddy stuff.

    My wife practically cries whenever she hears me listening to either of the Jed the Humanoid songs. Poor robot.

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