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Ghost Stories (Bonus Version)

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Download links and information about Ghost Stories (Bonus Version) by The Dream Syndicate. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:15:34 minutes.

Artist: The Dream Syndicate
Release date: 1988
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:15:34
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Side I'll Never Show (featuring Steve Wynn) 3:52
2. My Old Haunts (featuring Steve Wynn) 3:07
3. Loving the Sinner Hating The Sin 4:30
4. Whatever You Please 3:45
5. Weathered and Torn 3:10
6. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 4:02
7. I Have Faith 3:47
8. Someplace Better Than This 3:37
9. Black 4:35
10. When the Curtain Falls 5:22
11. When the Curtain Falls 4:59
12. If You Should Ever Need a Fool 3:13
13. Never Ending Rain 6:22
14. Whatever You Please 3:22
15. Darlin' They Know 2:57
16. Carolyn 3:35
17. I Ain't Living Long Like This 5:41
18. Spill the Wine 5:38

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Working with Neil Young & Crazy Horse engineer/producer Elliot Mazer, Steve Wynn and The Dream Syndicate made their most straightforward album to date. It turned out to be the band's last, but nobody hearing this would suspect anything was amiss. Guitarist Paul B. Cutler (formerly of horror-punkers 45 Grave) intertwines his lead guitar with Wynn's, and guests like Green on Red's Chris Cacavas, Robert Lloyd, and Johnette Napolitano add their touches to fill out these fine tunes. Record label problems plagued The Dream Syndicate throughout its career, ensuring the band never received the heavy promotion it deserved. Fans of Neil Young–style rock, though, should feel right at home with "The Side I'll Never Show," "My Old Haunts," and the piano-based "Whatever You Please" and "Someplace Better Than This." A bonus live version of "When the Curtain Falls" is added here, along with eight tracks recorded in two KCRW radio sessions in 1987 and 1988 (including a nasty cover of War's "Spill the Wine").