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Red House Painters

Release Date 18 Oct 1993
Released27 years ago
Performer Red House Painters
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About Red House Painters

Red House Painters (also known as Bridge or Red House Painters II to distinguish it from the first eponymous album, also known as Rollercoaster or Red House Painters I) is the third album by the group Red House Painters, released in autumn 1993 by 4AD. The album is made up of songs from the same recording sessions for Rollercoaster. At the beginning of the album opener "Evil," the faint laughter of Mark Kozelek and the barely audible voice of a woman playfully saying "No" can be heard. The album includes two covers: a sunny version of "I Am a Rock" by Simon and Garfunkel, and Francis Scott Key's "The Star-Spangled Banner", which displays an off-beat dark humor. In the US, 4AD added the Shock Me EP as bonus tracks to the CD when the RHP catalog was reissued in 1999, to bring the total number of tracks to 12.


Extra Info

Genre folk rock
Producer Mark Kozelek
Record label 4AD
Follows Red House Painters
Followed by Shock Me EP