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Ryan Adams "Cold Roses"
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30 Apr 2005 02:05 PM
    His new album which is out here next week. You can stream it from the website www.ryan-adams.com. I downloaded from file sharing and am very impressed! I liked Rock n Roll okay even if the Dublin gig was pretty poor except for Love is Hell songs. (think it was just Monsters) Cold Roses is quite like heartbreaker. It's a double LP. Can see a good few of the songs becoming favs after a few listens. Anyone else hear it??
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    30 Apr 2005 02:12 PM
    It's in the shops now for about €21.99. It's Ryan Adams & The Cardinals and is his first release of the year (expect another two albums, one of which will be produced by Ethan Johns). He will be touring extensively worldwide throughout the year so if he doesn't make the Oxegen line-up then expect a Dublin date soon after. Fiddlechick, I think the song you were referring to is 'I See Monsters'. Also if you like Ryan Adams, I would encourage anyone to check out the stuff he did with 'Whiskeytown' and avoid the side project 'The Finger'.
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    30 Apr 2005 02:20 PM
    Yes I've all the Whiskeytown albums - faithless street being my fav. Didn't realise it was out here - wasn't in hmv earlier this week. The 2 other solo releases should be good - love ethan johns - he's brill producer.
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    30 Apr 2005 09:12 PM
    Ive heard 2 tunes off Cold Roses and was very impressd. Ive been looking forward to it big time as a friend of mine is a music jurno and heard the album a month or so back and loved it, and even he's know to be a little cool on Ryan's stuff.
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    02 May 2005 11:07 AM
    two thumbs up, have been listening to it all weekend, highly recommended, especially for any fans of Heartbreaker and Gold. After that awful Rock & Roll album (and the truly woeful olympia show), he seems to have taken a cold shower, eaten a square meal and got his act together.
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    02 May 2005 08:55 PM
    I didn't like the single but I've heard the album once in full in the car today and I'm quite impressed.
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    03 May 2005 07:07 AM
    Its a brilliant album have been listening to it all weekend. I got tickets for the London Astoria show June 30th and i cant wait. Apparently hes a bit hit and miss live but it says on the webiste he is just doing Gold, Heartbreaker and the new stuff on this tour.
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    03 May 2005 02:51 PM
    It does remind a bit of 'Heartbreaker', although with a more fuller sound due to The Cardinals being onboard. Few more listens and I reckon I'll be hooked.
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    10 Jan 2006 07:51 PM
    Never liked him.
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    07 Feb 2006 04:45 AM
    Absolutely love Whiskeytown, although I only have Pneumonia. How many albums are there?
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    07 Feb 2006 09:40 AM
    Four albums - Faithless Street Rural Free Delivery Stranger's Almanac Pneumonia
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    08 Feb 2006 01:58 AM
    Cheers Gar. Considering I have only heard Pneumonia, which album would you recommend I get next, should I just start at the beginning or is it worth being lazy?
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    08 Feb 2006 05:25 AM
    Pretty tough to locate the first two but 'Stranger's Almanac' is quite good so I'd say go for that.
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