Posts Tagged ‘III/IV’
Welcome to the new PAX•AM Records site
My Name is Bongo the Snowman – I’ll be updating you on new releases and news related the PAX•AM roster – with bands such as Ryan Adams, Ryan Adams & The Cardinals and more electic tastes such as Ryan Adams. I live on an invisible mountain in the sky. Good Morning.
Check out the store to grab a copy of the Standard Edition of Orion:
This is the non-gate fold standard edition version of the limited Orion LP that our loyal Pax-Am customers grabbed a while back. Featuring art by Michel Langevin of Voivod and including guest vocalist Gorgon Master of War and enough electrospiders to make anyone an interstellar arachnophobe
We will also have info on pre-ordering Cardinals III/IV on vinyl, cd and digital shortly.
Breakdown Into The Resolve
Stop Playing With My Heart
Lovely And Blue
Kisses Start Wars
The Crystal Skull
Sewers at the Bottom of the Wishing Well
My Favorite Song
Death And Rats
Kill The Lights
And last but not least… We’ve uncovered a bunch of boxes of merch that we’ll put up in the store soon – great stuff from Cold Roses, Jacksonville City Nights and 29 era. And on top of that, we’ll have a bunch of new merch soon too!
MORE TO COME
So keep your eyes here in the coming days/weeks – grab the RSS feed, sign up for the mailing list, and have a look around. (The list is private and we don’t share it with anyone. Everyone on the list will be privy to information on limited edition PAX•AM releases as well as future touring info.)
This is just the beginning…
“In 2007 Ryan Adams and the Cardinals entered Electric LandLady studios on 8th street in NYC and went in for a session intended to last two weeks. Six months and over 60 tracks later, they emerged with the album Easy Tiger. But it was only glimpse into the depth of the work the band had undertaken and the vast amount of material that was recorded.
As the sessions wound around into the deep winter months a double album emerged, a rock record that felt more like a hybrid of all the records that the band had mutually consumed as kids… from influences as wide as KISS and The Cars.
Originally hidden away in the vault while the band hit the road to support Easy Tiger, and now for the first time here in its entirety is the Cardinals second double-album concept rock opera about the 80′s, ninjas, cigarettes, sex, and pizza.
Enjoy Volume III/IV. by Ryan Adams and The Cardinals, from the turning point in the classic line up of the band featuring…. CONTINUE READING »