Thrice - The Artist in The Ambulance - New 2 Lp 2019 SRC Vinyl 180gram Limited Reissue with Booklet - Post-Hardcore
Street Date: 5/3/19
SRCVinyl is giving Thrice's "The Artist In The Ambulance", "Vheissu" and "The Red Sky EP" the full SRCHIFI treatment with limited edition audiophile-level pressing and premium packaging. The Artist In The Ambulance will be released as a double LP with audio mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Kevin Gray (Coherent Audio).
The deluxe pressing is pressed on 180 Gram black vinyl which is limited to 2,200 copies. It is housed in a gatefold jacket and features expanded artwork spread across a 24 page booklet and 11 x 11 insert.
The Artist in the Ambulance is the third studio album by American rock band Thrice. It was originally released on July 22, 2003, through Island Records, marking their first release on a major label. The album spawned two charting singles, "All That's Left" and "Stare at the Sun", both of which charted on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. It is now seen as an important release for the band, and one of the most enduring albums of the 2000s post-hardcore movement.
|Cold Cash And Colder Hearts||2:53|
|Under A Killing Moon||2:41|
|All That's Left||3:19|
|Stare At The Sun||3:23|
|Hoods On Peregrine||3:31|
|The Melting Point Of Wax||3:29|
|Blood Clots And Black Holes||2:50|
|The Artist In The Ambulance||3:39|
|The Abolition Of Man||2:45|
|Don't Tell And We Won't Ask||3:59|