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Then She Remembers - The Dream Syndicate - The Days Of Wine And Roses (CD, Album)

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  1. Consequently, the Dream Syndicate's debut album, 's The Days of Wine and Roses, is arguably the finest LP to come out of the Paisley Underground's salad days, and ultimately atypical of the movement, a blast of beautiful but ominous rock & roll chaos whose speedy guitar-based attack was held in place by the intelligent minimalism of bassist.
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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Days Of Wine And Roses on Discogs/5(18).
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  3. At the core of their sound was the bracing thrust and parry between Karl Precoda 's lead guitar, noisy and elemental but inspired in its wanderlust, and the sharp report of Steve Wynn 's rhythm guitar, yielding a tougher and more abrasive sound than their peers. Consequently, the Dream Syndicate 's debut album, 's The Days of Wine and Roses, is arguably the finest LP to come out of the .
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  4. Released in , the Dream Syndicates debut is an outstanding piece of music. The dramatic /5(53).
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  5. Released in , the Dream Syndicates debut is an outstanding piece of music. The dramatic tension and introverted lyricism that pervades the album is reminiscent of the work of Television, Talking Heads and the Go-Betweens amongst others. However, their /5(53).
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  6. Oct 11,  · The Days Of Wine And Roses A1: Tell Me When It's Over: A2: Definitely Clean: A3: That's What You Always Say: A4: Then She Remembers: A5: Halloween: B1: When You Smile: B2: Until Lately: B3: Too Little, Too Late Vocals – Kendra Smith: B4: The Days Of Wine And Roses: The Dream Syndicate EP C/5(46).
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  7. Listen to your favorite songs from The Days Of Wine And Roses by The Dream Syndicate Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
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  8. Concert re-creating Days of Wine and Roses live (concert review) This entry was posted in CD, Reissue and tagged dream syndicate, karl precoda, omnivore, paisley underground, psychedelia, review, steve wynn on June 16, by Fred Mills.
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