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johan jacobsson

Thursday, July 22, 2004

: "Anyway, on October 26th, roughly ten years later, you can get Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain [TMT Review] again, but this time in its re-mastered, stereo-pumpin' glory. Not only that, but the CD will come with a whole extra CD with a bunch of alternate takes/mixes, while Stephen Malkus, Spiral Stairs, and Gerald Cosloy reminisce about the good old days, when everyone had white picket fences, freshly cut grass, and tons of cocaine, in the liner notes. And just like those shiny comic book covers you also bought in '94, the re-release of Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain will have a die-cut embossed slipcase, the most coveted of all music packages. "