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Good News For People Who Love Bad News - 20th Anniversary (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 2LP

LegacySKU lp-14967

2004 alt rock crossover classic + 5 new remixes, alternate artwork
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20th anniversary edition! This limited 2LP on pink and green colored wax features brand new album art as well as 5 new remixes from Dan the Automator, Poolside, Jackknife Lee and more. Original Lab review from Catchdubs:

Isaac Brock and his revolving cast of mice have spent the better part of a decade honing a skewed brand of Pixies-influenced indie rock, beloved by rock critics and girls in dorms alike. Good News For People Who Love Bad News is their latest major label record. It’s still kind of weird, but the art-damaged aesthetic of past releases is combined with far more accessible songwriting, and as a result, this LP became the group’s commercial breakthrough. “Float On” is an unlikely candidate for a hit single– yelped vocals about driving into cop cars, an animated video featuring the band in 19th century regalia and weird moustaches– but its deliriously catchy sing-along chorus and marching band stomp are undeniable. “The World At Large” and “Ocean Breathes Salty,” retain the same hummability, tempering the melodies with clever guitar lines and an eccentric undercurrent. Other standouts include “Bury Me With It” and “Black Cadillacs,” providing a more rocking sound that’s in line with traditional Modest Mouse material; as well as the frantic “Dance Hall,” a genuine art rock freak out for all the haters who said that they turned pop. One of the year’s better guitar records– well written, diverse, and satisfying. 180 gram double vinyl pressing, with really cool sleeve artwork (arguably the best combination of pink and green since The Queen Is Dead?).

  • 20th anniversary edition ft. original album + new remixes from Dan the Automator, Poolside, Jackknife Lee + Dennis Herring
  • baby pink & spring green colored double vinyl pressing
  • printed inner sleeves
  • original release year: 2004
  • music label: Legacy 2024
reviewed by Nick Catchdubs 05/2009
UPC: 196588302817


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