Bottom/ Through A Frosty Plate Glass (V2, 2001) is an EP released by indie rock group Grandaddy. Common themes in the band's music are wildlife, obsolete technology, robots, incompetency and heartbreak. Examples of songtitles by Grandaddy include "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot" and "So You'll Aim Toward the Sky", both from The Sophtware Slump (2000). Seen by some as a concept album about problems concerning modern technology in society, it was sometimes cited as the American OK Computer. The band released their fourth and final full-length album, Just Like the Fambly Cat, in 2006. Top/ Album Raise! (Columbia, 1981) by Earth, Wind & Fire was dedicated to "The Creator" "Our Guiding Light". The front cover created by Roger Carpenter features an Egyptian pharaoh figure made of
stone on the right side and metal on the left.