The Black Angels ‎– Indigo Meadow

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Blue Horizon (3) ‎– BHV-16790-1
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Tracklist

A1 Indigo Meadow
A2 Evil Things
A3 Don't Play With Guns
A4 Holland
A5 The Day
A6 Love Me Forever
A7 Always Maybe
B1 War On Holliday
B2 Broken Soldier
B3 I Hear Colors (Chromaesthesia)
B4 Twisted Light
B5 You're Mine
B6 Black Isn't Black

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Notes

Gatefold sleeve, 180 gram vinyl.
Comes with 20 page booklet and MP3 download.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 85686 93123 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 885686931233
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Side A, Etched): BHV 16 790-1 A S-85003 STERLING SF
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-Out Side B, Etched): BHV 16 790-1 B S-85004 STERLING SF
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PODCD0785 The Black Angels Indigo Meadow(CD, Album) Pod PODCD0785 Australia 2013 Sell This Version
none The Black Angels Indigo Meadow(CDr, Album, Promo) Blue Horizon (3) none US 2013 Sell This Version
none The Black Angels Indigo Meadow(LP, Album, TP) Rainbo Records none US 2013 Sell This Version
BHV-16790-2 The Black Angels Indigo Meadow(CD, Album) Blue Horizon (3) BHV-16790-2 US 2013 Sell This Version

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okaycpu

okaycpu

March 17, 2018

I love this album, but you really have to crank this record to get it sound halfway decent. Not very dynamic. The only thing this has over the CD is that the clipping is absent.
randyshone1

randyshone1

January 19, 2017
This is the best Black Angels album to date! Dripping lush tones with heavy riffs. 1960's modern at it's finest! Keep the wax coming.
streetmouse

streetmouse

April 15, 2013

Indigo Meadow, filled with spacey hypnotic splendor, channels the mystic ethereal delights of The Doors and early Pink Floyd, overflowing the grooves with a heartbeat pounding bass that inches along like some dark foreboding undercurrent onto which 60’s era wobbling fuzzed out guitars and tribal drumming unearth a time and state of mind that’s nearly been forgotten. The Black Angels have learned, or perhaps have been given the gift of transcending both time and space, enticing colours out of pure oxygen, and compressing the atmosphere while setting controls for a acid-laced spiritual overdrive that will jettison the listener to a place beyond their scope of being.

The tone-arm had barely lifted before I was swept with the intoxicating notion that Phosphene Dream had been their Revolver, and that as The Beatles had done so many years ago, The Angels have taken a sonic step from the realm of easy psychedelic pop to a Beatle-esque Sgt. Pepper journey [with the emphasis on 'journey'], one filled with personal and social implications that would, and hopefully here will, set a new generation at the steps of musical enlightenment and wonder. Indigo Meadow is much more psychedelic than neo-psychedelic ... with the band sounding less sinister, and no longer assaulting the listener with their visionary concepts, choosing more to nudge the listener, almost unknowingly, into their sphere of influence ... and what a wonderful place it is to be.