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Baroness - Yellow And Green

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Item #: 14226123
    Personnel: John Dyer Baizley (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass guitar); Pete Adams (vocals, guitar); Allen Blickle (keyboards, drums, percussion). Audio Mixer: John Congleton. Recording information: Elmwood Studio, Dallas, TX (11/2011-12/2011); Water Mu......more

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Artist: Baroness
Description:
Personnel: John Dyer Baizley (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass guitar); Pete Adams (vocals, guitar); Allen Blickle (keyboards, drums, percussion). Audio Mixer: John Congleton. Recording information: Elmwood Studio, Dallas, TX (11/2011-12/2011); Water Music, Hoboken, NJ (11/2011-12/2011). Apparently, just one primary color was no longer enough to cover the volume of ideas produced by Atlanta, Georgia's Baroness for its third long-playing release, and thus the 2012 follow-up to 2007's Red Album and 2009's Blue Record has become an 18-song double set named Yellow & Green. The irony is there's no obvious cohesive theme or musical direction particular to either color (Green might be a shade more morose, if at all), as each contains an equally schizophrenic array of musical touchstones, too eclectic to easily categorize. In fact, the biggest headline about this release pertains to something else entirely, and that is Baroness' not entirely unexpected evolution into something other than a heavy metal band; one focused on expanding its arsenal of sounds and moods while embracing big choruses and more commercial songwriting tricks targeting maximum immediacy. "March to the Sea," for example, boasts a new wave pulse and singing harmonies ? la Big Country, while "Little Things" borrows something from the Cure (and "Sea Lungs" from U2!); the melancholy country of "Green Theme" owes more to the Band than Black Sabbath or anything metallic, for that matter, while the gothic folk of "Twinkler" takes a left-hand path approach to Fleet Foxes' wistful vocal choir; and perhaps most telling, a few cuts like "Cocainium" and "Back Where I Belong" feature keyboards more prominently than guitars. When those six-strings do get plugged in and their Marshalls properly cranked for songs like misleadingly heavy opener "Take My Bones Away," the Thin Lizzy-praising "Board Up the House," or the thunder pop nugget "The Line Between," it's not like they've been stripped of all their cojones and di...
See Also:
Blue Record
See Influences:
Crowbar (Metal), Sunny Day Real Estate, Meshuggah, Quicksand, Monster Magnet, Kyuss, Tool, Neurosis
See Contemporaries:
Burst, Isis, Valient Thorr, Mastodon, Kylesa, Municipal Waste, Torche, The Sword (Texas), Shiner, Foo Fighters, Black Tusk, Aiden
Track Listing:
Disc 1:
  1. 1 Yellow Theme
  2. 2 Take My Bones Away
  3. 3 March to the Sea
  4. 4 Little Things
  5. 5 Twinkler
  6. 6 Cocainium
  7. 7 Back Where I Belong
  8. 8 Sea Lungs
  9. 9 Eula
Disc 2:
  1. 1 Green Theme
  2. 2 Board Up the House
  3. 3 Mtns. (The Crown & Anchor)
  4. 4 Foolsong
  5. 5 Collapse
  6. 6 Psalms Alive
  7. 7 Stretchmarker
  8. 8 Line Between, The
  9. 9 If I Forget Thee, Lowcountry
Type:
Performer
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Subgenre:
Progressive Metal
Label:
Relapse Records
Producer:
Baroness; John Congleton
Number of Discs:
2
Format:
Compact Disc
Studio or Live:
Studio
Mono or Stereo:
Stereo
SPARS Coding:
n/a
Runtime:
74 : 58
Editorial Reviews:
Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "The edges are smoother and the choruses more pronounced than before, but they're still as marauding and feral as ever." Kerrang (Magazine) (p.52) - "By bucking all trends it's the most unusual album, one that both stands out and fits in everywhere and nowhere at the same time....Don't let this one pass you by." Q (Magazine) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] departure...broadening their sound and directing their doom into more atmospheric and diverse areas."
UPC:
781676719020
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