Richmond Fontaine - "We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River" (RSD21 DROP 2) //Decor// (Released 17th July)

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£24.99 – 1xLP, Limited Edition (1000 Copies) Gold Coloured Vinyl

Record Store Day 2021, Drop 2 – Released 17th July

Limited edition of 1000 on 180g gold colour vinyl with printed inner. Richmond Fontaine’s 8th album ” We Used to Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River”, is Richmond Fontaine at their strongest with Willy Vlautin taking over a year to write; most of it autobiographical. The CD was originally released through El Cortez/Décor Records in 2009 and this is the first time Décor will release the vinyl. It was previously released in 2011 by Diverse in a limited pressing. This was the bands last album recorded with JD Foster and is still seen as one of their strongest. ‘Raw, autobiographical brilliance’ – 5/5 Uncut ‘A dreamy, reverb-laden masterpiece’ – 5/5 Sunday Express ‘Beautiful slices of Americana’- 4/5 Q ‘Vlautin’s gift for observational storytelling helps make this their finest record’ – Mail On Sunday

Tracklisting:

We used to think…
Northwest
You can move back here
The boyfriends
The pull
Sitting outside my dad’s old house
Maybe we were both born blue
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Lonnie
Ruby and Lou
Walking back to our place at 3am
Two alone
A letter to the patron saint of nurses

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Indies Only Gold Coloured Vinyl LP