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8 thoughts on “ War, Wisdom And Rhyme - Baroness - Blue Record (Vinyl, Album)

  1. 9 War, Wisdom and Rhyme Blue Album is a symbol of change for Baroness, and like always, change is not immediately well-received. While the vocals in Red would act more as seams holding together the large chunks of sludgy riffing and jamming on the album, Blue Record sports more catchy vocal lines and even forays into verse and.
  2. Baroness "War, Wisdom And Rhyme": War, wisdom and rhyme The catfish and bayonet We are grave We are graves We will die Grave fire Baroness Lyrics. album: "Blue Record" () The Sweetest Curse. Jake Leg. Steel That Sleeps The Eye. Swollen And Halo. A .
  3. This is the vinyl version of Baroness' "Blue Record". A digital download card is also included. Blue Record announces the re-awakening of SavannahÍs rock giants BARONESS. Blue Record is an instant classic, with all the peaks and valleys, textures, and nuances that timeless records yield over repeated listens. Deep and.
  4. Oct 13,  · Blue Record () by Baroness. Labels: Relapse Records. Genres: Sludge Metal, Progressive Metal. Songs: Bullhead’s Psalm, The Sweetest Curse, Jake Leg, Steel That.
  5. Oct 13,  · It is the first album to be released by the band following their involvement in the bus accident that left nine people injured; it is also the first album to feature new band members Nick Jost /5(11).
  6. Blue Record, an Album by Baroness. Released in on Relapse (catalog no. RR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Sludge Metal, Progressive Metal.
  7. Jul 28,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blue Record on Discogs. Label: Relapse Records - RR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, 45 RPM, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Prog Rock, Heavy Metal, Sludge Metal, Stoner Rock, Southern Rock/5(24).
  8. Originally released in , the Blue Album continues the heavy prog-metal vibe of their previous effort, the Red Album. Like its predecessor, Blue garnered critical acclaim and many accolades including record of the year from Decibel. Includes ""Jake Leg," "Swollen And Halo," "The Gnashing," "Black Powder Orchard," "War, Wisdom, and Rhyme," and features Pete Adams on guitars (replacing Brian Blickle). .

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