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Buffalo Tom - Birdbrain (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Min) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Buffalo Tom - Birdbrain (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Min) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Beggars Arkive

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Summary: Vinyl, LP1, Birdbrain, Buffalo Tom, 2020, US, Limited Edition

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    US  
Genre:       Rock
Style:         Alternative Rock

New & Sealed.


Published by Scrawny Music Licensed from Megadisc Records, Belgium ℗ 1990 Megadisc Records © 2020 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd. 30th anniversary pressing. Hype Sticker 'Limited Edition featuring mint green colored vinyl"


A1. Birdbrain 3:13
A2. Skeleton Key 4:35
A3. Caress 2:41
A4. Guy Who Is Me 3:04
A5. Enemy 4:53
B1. Crawl 3:53
B2. Fortune Teller 3:16
B3. Baby 3:32
B4. Directive 4:01
B5. Bleeding Heart 3:11


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 6 U 7618 21791 4
Barcode 607618217914
Matrix / Runout 196397E2/A
Matrix / Runout 196397E1/B
Rights Society BMI


Published By Scrawny Music
Copyright (c) Beggars Banquet Records Ltd.
Licensed From Megadisc Records
Phonographic Copyright (p) Megadisc Records

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A limited edition 30-year Anniversary edition of Buffalo Tom’s 1990 epic second album Birdbrain. Available on mint green vinyl, the album has been out of print for years.

From the first notes of Buffalo Tom's second album, Birdbrain, it was clear the band had done more than their share of growing up since their self-titled debut, which had come out the year before. The title cut leaps out of the gate with a tight snap that leaves anything on the first album in the dust. Drummer Tom Maginnis and bassist Chris Colbourn sound far tighter and more unified as a rhythm section, and guitarist and vocalist Bill Janovitz reveals a taut, slashing authority that was quite a change from the sloppy, sometimes meandering sound he'd summoned up for the first record. Just as roadwork had firmed up Buffalo Tom's sound, their song writing was also steadily improving.

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