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W4: The Green Album

Woods of Ypres

Type:
Full-length
Release date:
November 13th, 2009
Catalog ID:
PAR004
Label:
Practical Art Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
9 reviews (avg. 62%)
1. Shards of Love 05:18   Show lyrics
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2. Everything I Touch Turns to Gold (Then to Coal) 05:03   Show lyrics
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3. By the Time You Read This (I Will Already Be Dead) 06:30   Show lyrics
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4. I Was Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery 07:58   Show lyrics
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5. Dirty Window of Opportunity: "Can You Get Here in 10 Days?" 05:14   Show lyrics
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6. ...And I Am Pining (For You) 08:15   Show lyrics
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7. Wet Leather 04:31   Show lyrics
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8. Suicide Cargoload (Drag that Weight!) 04:04   Show lyrics
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9. Halves and Quarters 02:25   Show lyrics
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10. You Are Here with Me (In This Sequence of Dreams) 01:41   Show lyrics
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11. Retrosleep in the Morning Calm 03:25   Show lyrics
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12. Don't Open the Wounds / Skywide Armspread 04:58   Show lyrics
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13. Natural Technologies 04:54   Show lyrics
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14. Mirror Reflection & the Hammer Reinvention 07:03   Show lyrics
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15. To Long Life in the 'Limbo Union' 04:08   Show lyrics
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16. Move On! (The Woman Will Always Leave the Man) 03:01   Show lyrics
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Band members
David Gold (R.I.P. 2011) Vocals, Guitars, Piano
Bryan Belleau Guitars (lead)
Evan Madden Drums
Shane Madden Bass
Guest/Session
Angela Schleihauf Oboe - Track 10
Raphael Winroth-Browne Cello - Track 10
Miscellaneous staff
Anthony Armstrong Photography
Andy Krehm Mastering
Miguel Gauthier Producer, Engineering
David Gold (R.I.P. 2011) Producer
Nathanaël Larochette Producer - Track 10
Travis Smith Artwork
David Gold (R.I.P. 2011) Vocals, Guitars, Piano
Bryan Belleau Guitars (lead)
Evan Madden Drums
Shane Madden Bass
Angela Schleihauf Oboe - Track 10
Raphael Winroth-Browne Cello - Track 10
Anthony Armstrong Photography
Andy Krehm Mastering
Miguel Gauthier Producer, Engineering
David Gold (R.I.P. 2011) Producer
Nathanaël Larochette Producer - Track 10
Travis Smith Artwork
Read Beard metal at its finest 90% calderabanuet August 2nd, 2013
Read Expressing the woe of man... 90% ConorFynes July 10th, 2012
Read An Unfortunate Last... 0% abloodredpath January 7th, 2012
Read I am Pining for you (Woods... 85% TikrasTamsusNaktis December 2nd, 2011
Read Endlessly Listenable 95% atanamar August 3rd, 2011
Read The Green Album 51% MusiqueMashine June 23rd, 2011
Read For once, I've no idea... 0% TheNecromancer March 28th, 2011
Read The Green Album 72% todesengel89 March 14th, 2011
Read Summer is the new winter 78% joncheetham88 November 24th, 2009

Pressed in a single CD version and a limited 1000 copies 2CD pressing that features the new Necramyth album which Woods of Ypres founder/creator David Gold performed drums on.

Re-released by Earache Records in 2011 on CD and limited-edition double vinyl in the following colors/quantities:

100 - Shards Of Love (pink with white splatter)
200 - Pain & Piss (yellow with red splatter)
300 - Wood Green
400 - Black

Contrary to the belief that the first issue had a misprinted tracklist, the band actually decided to rename some of the songs after the album was released. These changed titles appear on the reissues. The renamed tracks and their new titles are:
1. Shards of Love (Hurt Forever)
5. Into Exile: "Can You Get Here in 10 Days?"
6. Pining (For You)
15. Our Union (In Limbo)
16. Move On!

A music video was made for 'I Was Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery'.

Recording information:

Recorded at Stereo Soul Studio during June and July of 2009. Mastered at Silverbirch.

Added by: Iceolated Modified by: Evoken
Added on: 2009-11-11 13:13:42 Last modified on: 2014-10-27 15:53:44
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