Golden Smog - Blood On The Slacks flac album
|Can't Even Tie Your Own Shoes||3:09|
|Look At You Now||3:04|
|Scotch On Ice||3:14|
|Without A Struggle||3:14|
|B0008063-01||Golden Smog||Blood On The Slacks (LP, Album)||Lost Highway||B0008063-01||US||2007|
|B0008063-02||Golden Smog||Blood On The Slacks (CD, Album)||Lost Highway||B0008063-02||US||2007|
|0602517140363||Golden Smog||Blood On The Slacks (CD, Album, MiniAlbum)||Lost Highway||0602517140363||Europe||2007|
|MRNF-02779-2||Golden Smog||Blood On The Slacks (CDr, Album, Promo)||Lost Highway||MRNF-02779-2||US||2007|
Golden Smog is an alternative country-rock supergroup of loosely connected musicians mostly from the Minneapolis area. At various times, members of Soul Asylum, The Replacements, Wilco, The Jayhawks, Run Westy Run, The Honeydogs and Big Star have worked with Golden Smog
Golden Smog 9/23/2008. Between 1992 and 2007, Golden Smog, the engagingly shambolic alt country stupor-group featuring members of the Jayhawks, Wilco, Soul Asylum, and Run Westy Run, cut two EPs and three full-length albums. That may not seem like much of a catalog from which to draw a "Greatest Hits" album, but Stay Golden, Smog: The Best of Golden Smog, The Rykodisc Years doesn't even dig that deep. Stay Golden, Smog gathers eight of the fourteen songs from the Smog's first full album, 1995's Down by the Old Mainstream, and eight of the fifteen tunes from the follow-up, 1998's Weird Tales.
Can't Even Tie Your Own Shoes. Your browser does not support the audio element. Look At You Now. Scotch On Ice.
Weird Tales is American band Golden Smog's second album, released in 1998. The title comes from the pulp magazine Weird Tales, the cover art being from the October 1933 issue, by Margaret Brundage as expected, the best songwriters here (Gary Louris of the Jayhawks and Wilco's Jeff Tweedy) contribute Weird Tales' most solid tracks.
Label: Lost Highway Records. The first half of Golden Smog's first disc without Jeff Tweedy is an Anglophile's wet dream: "Can't Even Tie Your Own Shoes" recalls the Stone Roses, "Starman" is a glittery stab at Bowie glam and "Scotch on Ice" exudes the Brit-in-California vibe of Graham Nash's early solo efforts. The second half, in contrast, revives the ragged country-rock of the band's older output.
Every band produces a dodgy album in their career and I guess this is the one for the Smog. Loved all the other albums, but this has missed fire. First of all, if you ding Golden Smog for having done a couple of covers on it, then you clearly don't understand them, their reason for getting together in the first place, and music in general. You obviously have no grasp of their history as a band. Thier first album was done ENTIRELY of covers. This group is a side project for all involved, and when you sign on for the experience, and pays your monies, you takes what you gets.
Release group by Golden Smog. GB. Lost Highway Records.
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