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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2009) The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion Studio album by Dredg Released June 9, 2009 Genre Art rock Experimental rock Progressive rock Length 60:56 Label Ohlone Recordings Independent Label Group Producer Matt Radosevich Professional reviews Allmusic link (90%) link Antiquiet link Bring on Mixed Reviews link Decoy Music link Sputnikmusic link ThePRP link Dredg chronology Live at the Fillmore (2006) The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion (2009) The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band Dredg, released on June 9, 2009, on Ohlone Recordings. Bassist Drew Roulette describes the album as "a rock and roll record, filled with experimental journeys and eccentric jousts,"[1] and states that the album is inspired by a Salman Rushdie essay, entitled Imagine There Is No Heaven: A Letter to the Six Billionth Citizen.[2] Two singles ("Saviour" and "I Don't Know") were released on iTunes on May 5, 2009. A third single, "Information", was released on May 22, 2009. The liner notes dedicate the album to Deftones bassist Chi Cheng, who was left in a coma resulting from a catastrophic car accident while the band was working on the album. Track listing All songs written and composed by Dredg.  No. Title Length 1. "Pariah"   4:07 2. "Drunk Slide"   1:27 3. "Ireland"   3:41 4. "Stamp of Origin: Pessimistic"   0:50 5. "Light Switch"   3:30 6. "Gathering Pebbles"   4:59 7. "Information"   5:45 8. "Stamp of Origin: Ocean Meets Bay"   0:30 9. "Saviour"   3:56 10. "R U O K?"   2:12 11. "I Don't Know"   3:45 12. "Mourning This Morning"   5:41 13. "Stamp of Origin: Take a Look Around"   0:58 14. "Long Days and Vague Clues"   1:52 15. "Cartoon Showroom"   4:18 16. "Quotes"   6:04 17. "Down to the Cellar"   3:41 18. "Stamp of Origin: Horizon"   2:20 References ^ ^ External links v • d • e Dredg Gavin Hayes  · Drew Roulette  · Mark Engles  · Dino Campanella Studio albums Leitmotif  · El Cielo  · Catch Without Arms  · The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion Live albums and EPs Conscious  · Orph  · Extended Play for the Eastern Hemisphere  · Live at the Fillmore DVDs Crickets  · Live from the Henry Fonda Theater