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Strangers Almanac (Deluxe Edition)

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Download links and information about Strangers Almanac (Deluxe Edition) by Whiskeytown. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country genres. It contains 39 tracks with total duration of 02:27:23 minutes.

Artist: Whiskeytown
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country
Tracks: 39
Duration: 02:27:23
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Inn Town 5:50
2. Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight 3:15
3. Yesterday's News 2:49
4. 16 Days 3:54
5. Everything I Do 4:31
6. Houses On the Hill 2:38
7. Turn Around 5:17
8. Dancing With the Women At the Bar 4:38
9. Waiting to Derail 3:54
10. Avenues 2:31
11. Losering 4:00
12. Somebody Remembers the Rose 2:30
13. Not Home Anymore 5:54
14. Houses On the Hill (Live) 3:42
15. Nurse With the Pills (Live) 4:40
16. I Don't Care What You Think About Me (Live) 3:18
17. Somebody Remembers the Rose (Live) 2:33
18. Turn Around (Live) 4:26
19. Indian Gown 4:46
20. 16 Days (Acoustic Version) 3:13
21. Somebody Remembers the Rose (Acoustic Version) 2:45
22. Avenues (Acoustic Version) 3:34
23. Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight (Acoustic Version) 2:43
24. Houses On the Hill (Early Version) 2:25
25. My Heart Is Broken 3:04
26. I Still Miss Someone (Acoustic Version) 2:24
27. Kiss & Make-Up 3:31
28. Barn's On Fire 1:43
29. Dancing With the Women At the Bar (Early Version) 4:28
30. Dreams 5:49
31. Breathe 4:07
32. Wither, I'm a Flower 4:53
33. Luxury Liner 2:40
34. Theme for a Trucker 4:29
35. Streets of Sirens 3:44
36. Turn Around (Alternate Version) 4:02
37. 10 Seconds 4:15
38. Ticket Time (Early Version) 3:54
39. The Rain Won't Help You When It's Over (Early Version) 4:34

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Ryan Adams and Caitlin Cary have since gone on to estimable solo careers, but for a brief flicker in the mid-90s the duo managed to work together as Whiskeytown, an alt-country band with roots in Gram Parsons, Bob Dylan, the Grateful Dead, and the Replacements. Stranger’s Almanac was their 1997 major label debut, after the head-turning indie release Faithless Street. The original album stands as a versatile 13-track collection that established them as virtual veterans (Adams was all of 22!) of the emerging Americana rock scene with several key selections (“Excuse Me While I Try to Break My Own Heart,” “Yesterday’s News,” “Turn Around“). The Deluxe Edition includes five previously unreleased public radio performances and the band’s pre-production demos (known in collectors’ circles as the Barn’s On Fire sessions) that include straight-forward interpretations of Johnny Cash’s “I Still Miss Someone,” Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams,” the True Believers’ “The Rain Won’t Help You When It’s Over” and Parsons’ “Luxury Liner” as well as stripped renditions of many key Almanac tracks.