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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2011) A Thousand Leaves Studio album by Sonic Youth Released May 12, 1998 Recorded 1997–1998 Genre Alternative rock, psychedelic rock, experimental rock Length 73:36 Label DGC Producer Sonic Youth, Wharton Tiers Sonic Youth chronology SYR3: Invito Al Ĉielo (1998) A Thousand Leaves (1998) Silver Session for Jason Knuth (1998) Singles from A Thousand Leaves "Sunday" Released: July 1998 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic link Blender link Entertainment Weekly (C+) link Mark Prindle link Pitchfork Media (7.1/10) Jun 1 1998 Robert Christgau (A+) link Rolling Stone 5/6/98 A Thousand Leaves is an album by Sonic Youth. It was the group's first major album to be recorded in their private Manhattan studio, dubbed Echo Canyon. There are several French references on A Thousand Leaves. On the CD label the phrase mille feuille is crossed out and a thousand leaves is written under it. The name of the first song, "Contre le Sexisme", means against sexism in French. "French Tickler" refers to a sex toy of the same name. It was Thurston Moore who came up with the title, which is inspired by Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass.[citation needed] A Thousand Leaves peaked at #38 on the UK Album Chart in May 1998. Contents 1 Track listing 2 Personnel 3 Album charts 4 Charting singles 5 In pop culture Track listing All songs written and composed by Sonic Youth.  No. Title Length 1. "Contre le sexisme" (lyrics/vocals Gordon) 3:55 2. "Sunday" (lyrics/vocals Moore) 4:52 3. "Female Mechanic Now on Duty" (lyrics/vocals Gordon) 7:43 4. "Wildflower Soul" (lyrics/vocals Moore, background vocal Gordon) 9:04 5. "Hoarfrost" (lyrics/vocals Ranaldo) 5:01 6. "French Tickler" (lyrics/vocals Gordon) 4:52 7. "Hits of Sunshine (For Allen Ginsberg)" (lyrics/vocals Moore) 11:05 8. "Karen Koltrane" (lyrics/vocals Ranaldo, background vocal Moore) 9:20 9. "The Ineffable Me" (lyrics Moore, vocals Gordon) 5:21 10. "Snare, Girl" (lyrics/vocals Moore) 6:38 11. "Heather Angel" (lyrics/vocals Gordon) 6:09 Total length: 73:36 Personnel Band Lee Ranaldo – guitar, vocals Kim Gordon – bass, guitar, vocals Thurston Moore – guitar, vocals Steve Shelley – drums Technical staff Sonic Youth – producers Greg Calbi – mastering Don Fleming – producer Wharton Tiers – producer Frank Olinsky Mark Borthwick – photography, lettering Marnie Weber – artwork Album charts Year Album Chart Position 1998 A Thousand Leaves French Albums Chart 32 Norwegian Albums Chart 37 UK Albums Chart 38 Sweden Albums Chart 43 German Albums Chart 84 US Billboard Top 200 85 Charting singles Year Song Chart Position 1998 Sunday UK Singles Chart 72 In pop culture The single "Sunday" is featured in the films Bongwater and subUrbia. v · d · eSonic Youth Kim Gordon · Thurston Moore · Lee Ranaldo · Steve Shelley · Mark Ibold Anne DeMarinis · Richard Edson · Jim Sclavunos · Bob Bert · Jim O'Rourke Studio albums Confusion Is Sex · Bad Moon Rising · EVOL · Sister · Daydream Nation · Goo · Dirty · Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star · Washing Machine · A Thousand Leaves · NYC Ghosts & Flowers · Murray Street · Sonic Nurse · Rather Ripped · The Eternal Extended plays Sonic Youth · Kill Yr Idols · Master-Dik · Whores Moaning · TV Shit · Silver Session for Jason Knuth · In the Fishtank 9 Live albums Sonic Death Compilations Screaming Fields of Sonic Love · Made in USA · The Destroyed Room: B-Sides and Rarities · Hits Are for Squares As Ciccone Youth The Whitey Album SYR series SYR1: Anagrama · SYR2: Slaapkamers Met Slagroom · SYR3: Invito Al Ĉielo · SYR4: Goodbye 20th Century · SYR5 · SYR6: Koncertas Stan Brakhage Prisiminimui · SYR7: J'Accuse Ted Hughes · SYR8: Andre Sider Af Sonic Youth Official Bootlegs The Walls Have Ears · Stick Me Donna Majick Momma · 4 Tunna Brix · Goo Demos · Hold That Tiger · Live at the Continental Club Singles "Death Valley '69" · "Flower/Halloween" · "Flower/Satan Is Boring" · "Starpower" · "Into the Groove(y)" · "Teen Age Riot" · "Silver Rocket" · "Touch Me I'm Sick" · "Kool Thing" · "Disappearer" · "Dirty Boots" · "100%" · "Youth Against Fascism" · "Sugar Kane" · "Drunken Butterfly" · "Bull in the Heather" · "Superstar" · "The Diamond Sea" · "Little Trouble Girl" · "Sunday" · "Nevermind (What Was It Anyway)" · "Mariah Carey and the Arthur Doyle Hand Cream" · "Unmade Bed" · "Rather Ripped Album Sampler" · "Helen Lundeberg/Eyeliner" · "Incinerate" · "Beautiful Plateau" Video albums Goo · 1991: The Year Punk Broke · Screaming Fields of Sonic Love · Corporate Ghost: The Videos: 1990–2002 Related articles Discography · Ciccone Youth · "Homerpalooza" Category:Sonic Youth · WikiProject:Alternative music