Third Was the Bird II was written over a long period of time and thus contains a wide variety of ideas, emotions and styles. Each track on the album has no beginning and no end, making it a single continuous journey.
released August 19, 2016
Ariel - drums, vocals, bass, classical guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, synthesizers, metallophone, flute, banjo, tambourine, claps, ukulele, music box, shakers, drumsticks, little gong, whistling, heartbeats, online theremin, glass, squicking chair, squicking door, text-to-speech, pill bottles, sip of soy chai tea, masturbation, voicemail sounds, drill, hammer pounds on a metal pole, pants zipper, ghost noises, exterminator, composition, lyrics, recording, mixing, mastering, artwork.
Dodo Bird - harmonica on Faraway Island.
Revolver - additional claps on Me & Jim Carrey.
Tomer Merav - Photography.
Drums (except In My Neighborhood's Exterminator part and Faraway Island's middle instrumental part) recorded at Vision Studios by Guy Porges.
All other instruments were recorded at Ariel's and friends' homes, and Compal Studios.
Will You Love Me Tomorrow, performed by The Shirelles.
Swan Lake, Op. 20 - VI. Spanish Dance (Act III - No. 21), composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andre Previn.
Mars, the Bringer of War, composed by Gustav Holst, performed by the London Philharmonic & London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult.
Starless, by King Crimson.
Me & Jim Carrey, by UnAriel Vulpesx2.
Family Guy's scene transition music.
A Hard Day's Night, by The Beatles.
Special thanks to Dodo Bird, Revolver, Shay Leon, Gal Elfassy, Noa Potter Ben-Shahar & Rachel Wallach.
Created by UnAriel Vulpesx2 in 2014-2016, released in 2016.
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