The Bottle Rockets-The Brooklyn Side (30th Anniversary, All-Analog, Expanded) (FLAME ORANGE VINYL)

Label: Real Gone Music
Format: 2xLP Vinyl

The Bottle Rockets' 1994 record The Brooklyn Side ranks right up there with Uncle Tupelo's Anodyne in the pantheon of alt country albums…yet it has NEVER come out on vinyl. We've hooked up with original producer Eric “Roscoe” Ambel and mastering engineer Scott Hull to score the original tapes and create an all-analog release of this legendary record…but we didn't stop there. We've also added six bonus tracks to flesh out this 2-LP Expanded Edition, winding up with the track that started it all, Brian Henneman's “Indianapolis.” Reissued with the full consent and cooperation of the band, this 30th anniversary release stands as one of our biggest Real Gone coups. Flame orange vinyl limited to 1500 copies, exclusive to Record Store Day.

A1. Welfare Music A2. Gravity Fails A3. I'll Be Comin' Around A4. Radar Gun A5. Sunday Sports B1. Pot of Gold B2. 1000 Dollar Car B3. Idiot's Revenge B4. Young Lovers in Town C1. Take Me to the Bank C2. What More Can I Do? C3. Stuck in a Rut C4. I Wanna Come Home C5. Queen of the World D1. Truck Driving Man (Album Outtake) D2. Get Down River (Thirsty Ears Radio Performance) D3. This Is What It Sounds Like When You're Listening to Lindsey Buckingham and Thinking of Your Friend's Girlfriend at the Same Time (Album Demo) D4. Building Chryslers (Album Demo) D5. Smokin' 100's Alone (Album Demo) D6. Indianapolis (Bonus Track)

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