How much for a digital download...?


#21

I feel the same. Maybe 5–6 songs jumped out as good to me; however, perhaps as usual, it’s all drowning in reverb. Feels like a lot of Prisoner outtakes (in fact, one song has the exact same melody as the song Tightrope which is on Prisoner). It definitely felt like a collection of sketches vs a completed musical project. I’ll probably listen again, so we’ll see.


#22

I so hope that he will move out of the 80s reverb phase. Wednesdays was a step in the right direction (a good one, too). Think that most if these tracks are from 2016 and not from the 2018 sessions that generated Wednesdays and Big Colors.


#23

“all proceeeds go to Pax-Am” sounds a lot like “All proceeds go to hush money”


#24

Anyone thinking about adding Chris to Dropbox?


#25

Yeah @Jerry where you at boy? I figured you would have dumped this immediately. :pizza:


#26

Yes


#27

I haven’t even listened to Big Colors or Wednesdays, but I was wondering if Chris will even be on any streaming services.


#28

OK so this is weird. I just went back to his shop. He lowered the cost from $25 to $20. And then he also added another option to download the entire album as one single MP3? Why?


#29

Shitbaggery.


#30

How has no one even mentioned the awful album artwork?


#31

Shit! We bought you one of the t shirts with the cover on it.


#32

His grandfather offered that woman all the cake if she kissed him, but he’s not going to give it to her.


#34

Do not want to pour gasoline on the fire here, but the flac/hq version of the album is different. Sounds like the 320 mp3 is unmastered and the flac/hq is mastered (which makes the album a bit stronger).


#35

Actually agree, in ultra HD on amazon (24bit/192khz) they do sound a fair bit better. Makes it a reasonable listen, I don’t hate it.


#36

It’s the McRib. It has a fan base, but there are so many better, more real offers of essentially the same thing out there.

So I’ve always wondered at the bizarre self-hate it takes to eat a McRib.


#37

Like Ryan Adams, it is both nostalgic and derivative.


#38

It’s almost meta derivative of llor n kcor


#39

It’s crap with a capital K.


#40

If Ryan Adams had a kid the last year he put out a great album, that kid would be old enough to drive and nearly old enough to vote. Think of that. That’s how long he has been shitty.


#41

Just said something very similar when someone asked me if I was going to any of the upcoming shows, and I liked enough songs on Easy Tiger to say I liked Easy Tiger.

But that was 15 years ago!

I have to assume at least half the songs he will be playing are from the last 15 years!!!