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Red House Painters - Red House Painters (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Finally back on black vinyl, out of print for more than 20 years! Buy all four Red House Painters titles together and save! The Red House Painters were one of the premier indie rock outfits of the mids, with songs that varied in tone from light acoustic numbers to more powerful, though still restrained, plugged-in tracks.
  2. i would dare to say this is my favorite song from red house painters. TZ Comment by Katy Zimmerman. great song. i think i prefer the album version, but this is beautiful, too. TZ Comment by In The Midst Of It All. Love this song:) TZ Comment by Truffles. Love the steady pondering pace.
  3. Red House Painters were an American rock band, formed in San Francisco, California in They were one of the most prominent acts associated with the slowcore/sadcore subgenre. Fronted by primary songwriter Mark Kozelek (vocals, guitar), the band also included drummer Anthony Koutsos and bass guitarist Jerry Vessel. Guitarists Gorden Mack and Phil Carney both performed with the band during.
  4. May 24,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Red House Painters on Discogs. Label: 4AD - CAD • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Genre: Rock • /5().
  5. Red House Painters DOWN COLORFUL HILL Debut Album 4AD New Sealed Vinyl Record LP. $ + $ shippingSeller Rating: % positive.
  6. May 17,  · Includes all four Red House Painters albums originally released between and Down Colorful Hill (); Red House Painters (, also known as "the Rollercoaster album"); Red House Painters (, also known as "the Bridge album"); and Ocean Beach (). The Shock Me EP () is added as the D-side to Ocean Beach/5(53).
  7. Red House Painters, a band centered on the ever melancholy Mark Kozelek, created some of the saddest and most haunting music ever released on the 4AD label. Kozelek's songwriting, focusing on angst, rejection, and the pain of solitude had a way of putting /5(22).
  8. By , Red House Painters was basically reduced to a Kozelek solo project, and though Ocean Beach and Songs for a Blue Guitar are both pleasant and engaging, they generally lack the intensity of his earlier work. Old Ramon, though, is a stunning reinvention. The most bristling, optimistic and exciting album of Kozelek's career up to this.

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