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Ah but Pretzel Logic should higher. It’s even number 1 for me, but I would settle for #2. But at number 4, I guess you guys will have to speak with my lawyers.
I will never forgive you for stopping before Lodger.
Red House Painters
1992 – Down Colorful Hill
1993 – Red House Painters (aka Rollercoaster)
1993 – Red House Painters (aka The Bridge)
1994 – Shock Me EP
1995 – Ocean Rain
1996 – Songs For A Blue Guitar
This is the most intense and beautiful thing possibly ever. And that’s an euphemism.
Absolutely. This is becoming one of my favorites team-ups of the year so far. That record is gonna be AWESOME.
Sometimes I do feel the same.
Blood on the Tracks hasn’t got one single drop of melancholy, man. It’s pure conjugal apocalypse.
“There are countless breakup albums out there in the world, and even plenty of divorce albums. But off the top of my head, I can’t think of another record that addresses this kind of personal apocalypse so starkly and expressively.”
Blood on The Tracks.
Wow, stunning. I’m surprised with the pristine quality of his voice: no signs of The Wolf Man in here. Beautifully produced, band way on the background, full of space. Wow.