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Ryan Adams: Cold Roses 12" (new)

Lost Highway
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$20.00

Ryan Adams: Cold Roses 12" (new)

Lost Highway
Ryan Adams: Cold Roses 12
Sent reeling by the one-two punch Conor Oberst's Bright Eyes delivered with I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and Digital Ash In A Digital Urn, Ryan Adams vowed to strike back in 2005 with three of his own releases. The first--a double album, no less--sees the attention-seeking former Whiskeytown singer casting off both the raucous guitars of 2003's Rock N Roll and the rainy-day ballads of the same year's Love Is Hell in favor of the more introspective moments and rustic textures of 2000's Heartbreaker. He's snuck in at least one epic with Meadowlake Street and one potential radio hit with the twangy Let It Ride, while the rest of the set is mostly packed with bleary-eyed laments that feel all too mannered after spending the last few years revealing his naked pop ambition in full. No doubt Ryan Adams will make up for it with the next one.