RVIVR ‎– The Beauty Between

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Rumbletowne Records ‎– rtr 017
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A1 The Seam
Organ – Joey Seward
2:32
A2 LMD
Organ – Joey Seward
2:48
A3 Spider Song 2:40
A4 Old Dogs 3:16
A5 Wrong Way / One Way 3:20
A6 Big Lie 2:54
A7 Paper Thin 3:56
B1 Rainspell 2:22
B2 Ocean Song
Organ – Joey Seward
2:43
The Hunger Suite
B3 I. Go Away 5:34
B4 II. Bleed Out 1:25
B5 III. Hunger 2:22
B6 Elephant Song 1:32
B7 Party Queen
Organ – Joey Seward
4:32

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): RTR017 A S-85683
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): S-85684 RTR017 B

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DBR148 RVIVR The Beauty Between(Cass, Album) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR148 US 2013 Sell This Version
DG-147 RVIVR The Beauty Between(CD, Album, Dig) Don Giovanni Records DG-147 US 2017 Sell This Version
rtr 017 RVIVR The Beauty Between(CD, Album) Rumbletowne Records rtr 017 US 2013 Sell This Version
YOYO 069 RVIVR The Beauty Between(LP, Album) Yo-Yo Records YOYO 069 Germany 2013 Sell This Version
EBR-038 RVIVR The Beauty Between(CD, Album) Eager Beaver Records EBR-038 Japan 2014 Sell This Version

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NWpunx

NWpunx

March 15, 2017
Been listening to these guys a lot lately. Listened to them casually in the past years. Olympia seems to have a lot of good punk bands and deep music history w/ K Records and all that. I've passed by Olympia many times driving up to Seattle but never actually stopped in Olympia. The weird thing is I have a couple relatives that live in Olympia. Hope to get up there sometime. Keep strummin'.
alex.brummitt.5

alex.brummitt.5

November 29, 2014

Along with Iron Chic, RVIVR were responsible for reigniting my interest in the more melodic side of punk after a period of several years that had seen my interest in the genre wane somewhat. RVIVR's s/t debut has some good tracks on it as do the early EPs (listen to The Joester Sessions LP for a useful compilation of the early recordings), but this record marks a major step up for the band. The songwriting is just so strong (I'm struggling to think of a recent album with a better opening trio than The Seam/LMD/Spider Song) and it feels like there's a better balance between Matty and Erica's vocals now. Give this album a try over on band camp then buy a copy, I can't recommend this highly enough. It's up there with Dillinger Four's Midwestern Songs of the Americas and Superchunk's No Pocky for Kitty in terms of records that I don't think I'll ever tire of.