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The Gnashing - Baroness - Blue Record (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Baroness: Blue Record 2xLP - double vinyl album/LP (12" size), released in the United States by Relapse Records (RR ), Barcode: -- includes insert -- Genre: Alternative / Indie -- /5().
  2. Repress of the Savannah, GA progressive-sludge metal band's amazing album. In gatefold sleeve (adorned with frontman John Baizley's typically striking artwork) with insert. A1 Bullhead's Psalm A2 The Sweetest Curse A3 Jake Leg B1 Steel That Sleeps The Eye B2 Swollen And Halo B3 Ogeechee Hymnal C1 A Horse Called Go.
  3. referencing Blue Record, 2x12", Album, RP, Gol, RR For some reason the sleeve is a mm smaller than the repress from I have. This doesn't fit as snuggly in the frame, and the discs themselves are also a very tight fit.
  4. RR gram vinyl, copies A1. Bullhead’s Psalm A2. The Sweetest Curse A3. Jake Leg B1. Steel That Sleeps The Eye B2. Swollen And Hollow B3. Ogeechee Hymnal C1. A Horse Called Golgotha C2. O’er Hell And Hide D1. War, Wisdom And Rhyme D2. Blackpowder Orchard D3. The Gnashing D4. Bullhead’s Lament.
  5. Baroness - Blue Record (Vinyl NEW) Label: Relapse Records Format: LP Release Date: No. of Discs: 2 UPC: Album Tracks 1. Bullhead's Psalm 2. The Sweetest Curse 3. Jake Leg 4. Steel That Sleeps the Eye 5. Swollen and Halo 6. Ogeechee Hymnal 7. A Horse Called Golgotha 8. O'er Hell and Hide 9. War, Wisdom and Rhyme
  6. Georgia-based psychedelic rock band (calling them a metal act seems very reductive, though there's some seriously headbangable material on this disc) Baroness has made a subtle but unmistakable evolutionary leap on this, their second full-length and a clear companion piece to 's Red clapunpoipudedentdisksacpacaspimac.coinfo's hard to say exactly what new guitarist Pete Adams has brought to the band after replacing drummer Price: $
  7. 'Blue Record' is an instant classic, with all the peaks and valleys, textures, and nuances that timeless records yield over repeated listens. Deep and dark; 'Blue Record' overflows with gossamer melodies and striking, earnest riffs that have become the band's signature. 'Blue Record' is the most poignant moment in the Baroness canon to date.
  8. Baroness is reminiscent of prog rock elements of metal bands like Mastodon, but really take a different path. This album is the best of Baroness so far, the songs stick into your head after one listen, the structure or the riffs can get complex sometimes, the intros of the songs generates a great general atmosphere throughout the clapunpoipudedentdisksacpacaspimac.coinfos:
  9. Baroness' second full length release "Blue Record" is far from being a bad album but compared to their debut or their two EPs it feels only mediocre. Some songs are pretty nice ("Jake Leg" or "A Horse Called Golgotha" for instance) but a lot of stuff sounds rather mediocre or even like filler material.

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