Love Is Hell Ryan Adams

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Album-Release:
2004

HRA-Release:
26.09.2014

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  • 1Political Scientist04:34
  • 2Afraid Not Scared04:13
  • 3This House Is Not For Sale03:53
  • 4Anybody Wanna Take Me Home05:31
  • 5Love Is Hell03:18
  • 6Wonderwall04:09
  • 7The Shadowlands05:18
  • 8World War 2404:16
  • 9Avalanche05:07
  • 10My Blue Manhattan02:22
  • 11Please Do Not Let Me Go03:35
  • 12City Rain, City Streets03:47
  • 13I See Monsters03:54
  • 14English Girls Approximately05:41
  • 15Thank You Louise02:50
  • 16Hotel Chelsea Nights05:11
  • Total Runtime01:07:39

Info for Love Is Hell

The confusing, complex saga of „Love Is Hell“—initially rejected by the label, then begrudgingly issued as two EPs before it finally saw the light of day as a full album--would be just an interesting footnote if not for the shockingly high quality of the material itself. In between his incarnations as alt-country troubadour and Strokes-friendly garage-rocker, Ryan Adams turned out what just might be the best record of his career.

A beautiful, bittersweet journey through heartbreak, it's a ballad-heavy album that bears echoes of Jeff Buckley and Britpop acts from the Smiths to Coldplay. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Smiths producer John Porter is on hand to assist the formerly earthy Americana artist in his transition to fragile, melodic, Anglo-adoring balladeer. While the original EPs were weighty documents in and of themselves, „Love Is Hell’s“ full-length version bears an even greater emotional impact, as the mood is allowed to establish itself gradually and dramatically, pulling the listener into a very personal world of gorgeously observed romantic tragedy.

Ryan Adams, vocals, guitar, piano
Jon Cleary, guitars, piano, organ
Johnny McNabb, guitar
Greg Leisz, guitar
Ian McLagan, Wurlitzer piano/organ, Hammond b-3 organ
Joe McGinty, piano
James 'Hutch' Hutchinson, bass
Johnny 'Shoes' Pisano, bass
Ruth Gottlieb, violin
Sara Wilson, cello
Ricky Fataar, drums
Paul Garisto, drums
Debra Parson, background vocals
Marianne Faithfull, background vocals
Julie Delgado, background vocals

Engineered by Joe McGrath, Tom Schitck, Joe McGrath
Produced by John Porter, Ryan Adams

Digitally remastered

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