new album

New LP and tour!!

new album

Unread postby overbite » Mon May 08, 2006 7:03 pm

when is it gonna be released? when damnit? shit.
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Unread postby dequalsrxt » Mon May 15, 2006 4:22 pm

pitchfork appears to be on top of it.

it's also on the myspace page.
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Unread postby mike » Tue May 16, 2006 2:36 pm

A free MP3 titled Dreamless by Rutili can be found here
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Unread postby tom kha gai » Thu May 18, 2006 1:40 am

meat for me, meatless!
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Unread postby tom kha gai » Thu May 18, 2006 1:50 am

my favorite feature of that mp3 is the false info in the ID tag:

Song: Understand
Artist: Jeremy Camp
Album: Stay
Year: 2002
Genre: Religious

you're a beautiful human, temistocles.
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Unread postby Jackpot » Thu May 18, 2006 4:15 pm

Thanks for the link, Mike. Great song.
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here's some info how long till october???

Unread postby hanwaker » Sat Jun 17, 2006 1:12 pm

Califone New LP In October
Jun 16, 2006
Story by: Megan Brown

Experimental blues-rock outfit Califone is set to release its latest album, Roots & Crowns, on Thrill Jockey October 10. The album, primarily recorded at 4Deuces studio in Chicago, was completed a few weeks ago, according to band member Ben Massarella. Califone, founded in Chicago by former members of Red Red Meat, first released a self-titled EP in 1998 on Flydaddy. Roots & Crowns represents a year of work, Massarella said by e-mail, "which was the most comfortable pace we've been able to work for quite a while." Mixed by longtime producer and former Red Red Meat member Brian Deck, the new album features a cover of Psychic TV's "The Orchids." According to the band's press release, listening to the original version on repeat made band member Tim Rutili want to write songs again. Wouldn't listening to anything on loop make you crave new material?

Tracklist For Roots & Crowns:
01. Pink and Sour
02. Spider's House
03. Sunday Noises
04. The Eye You Lost in the Crusades
05. A Chinese Actor
06. Our Kitten Sees Ghosts
07. The Orchids [Psychic TV cover]
08. Burned by the Christians
09. Black Metal Valentine
10. Rose Petal Ear
11. 3 Legged Animals
12. If You Would
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Unread postby Nervous John » Fri Oct 06, 2006 3:01 pm

I got the record last night. Apparently, if you order the record directly from Thrill Jockey, they'll mail it to you a week before the release date. I did just that and I now have it.

I started listening to it, but I haven't gotten through the entire thing yet. I got stuck on "Spider's House," which I've listened to about ten times.
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