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Limited edition of 3000 individually numbered copies on red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Five years after the release of 1989's pop-oriented album Strange Angels, Laurie Anderson followed up with the avant-garde concept album Bright Red, a Brian Eno production exploring much darker territory. Eno also co-wrote four tracks; "The Puppet Motel", "Muddy River", "Poison" and "Tightrope". For the recordings, Anderson was supported by Adrian Belew, who provided guitars on several tracks. Belew is best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist of King Crimson.
Limited edition of 3000 individually numbered copies on red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Five years after the release of 1989's pop-oriented album Strange Angels, Laurie Anderson followed up with the avant-garde concept album Bright Red, a Brian Eno production exploring much darker territory. Eno also co-wrote four tracks; "The Puppet Motel", "Muddy River", "Poison" and "Tightrope". For the recordings, Anderson was supported by Adrian Belew, who provided guitars on several tracks. Belew is best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist of King Crimson.
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Bright Red - Limited 180-Gram Red Colored Vinyl
Artist: Laurie Anderson
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order Online, Call Store for local availability $41.99
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DISC: 1

1. Speechless
2. Bright Red
3. The Puppet Motel
4. Speak My Language
5. World Without End
6. Freefall
7. Muddy River
8. Beautiful Pea Green Boat
9. Love Among the Sailors
10. Poison
11. In Our Sleep (FT. Lou Reed)
12. Night in Baghdad
13. Tightrope
14. Same Time Tomorrow

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Limited edition of 3000 individually numbered copies on red coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Five years after the release of 1989's pop-oriented album Strange Angels, Laurie Anderson followed up with the avant-garde concept album Bright Red, a Brian Eno production exploring much darker territory. Eno also co-wrote four tracks; "The Puppet Motel", "Muddy River", "Poison" and "Tightrope". For the recordings, Anderson was supported by Adrian Belew, who provided guitars on several tracks. Belew is best known as the lead vocalist and guitarist of King Crimson.
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