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Vinyl, July 17, 2012
|1. Yellow Theme|
|2. Take My Bones Away|
|3. March to the Sea|
|4. Little Things|
|7. Back Where I Belong|
|8. Sea Lungs|
|1. Green Theme|
|2. Board up the House|
|3. Mtns. (The Crown & Anchor)|
|6. Psalms Alive|
|8. The Line Between|
|9. If I Forget Thee, Lowcountry|
The song is evenly matched on guitar thrills, which sounds really nice in the mix.
I think most people who are gonna buy this album are already Baroness fans, they like heavy music and they expect that from this band.
Again, those two are not bad songs, but they just seemed lackluster in comparison to all of the other great material on the album.
Coarse production compared to Blue and Red, I'm not sure it's intended by the band.
I am familiar with raw or lo-fi production and quite enjoy most of them, but this isn't... Read more
An inspiring follow-up to the Red Album and Blue Record, Yellow and Green shows a softer side of Baroness that is very refreshing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jada L.
This album is amazing. A lot of the songs have a maritime theme. The band got into a terrible bus accident touring in Europe where their bus slid off the road into the water. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Meph
I'm not going to go in depth with the songs here. Lots has been said and better than I could put it, so I'll spare you all the repetition. Read morePublished 11 months ago by John F. Sunday
Holy crap… This album is majorly epic. This is like a Pink Floyd Album of hardcore. I read another review that rated it poorly and said they're getting older, don't rock as hard... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Blake Leavitt