The Rum Diary: We’re Afraid of Heights Tonight LP

$33.00

“The album that was not there”. Dreamy, lush, pulsing, moody, and rocking. The old boys poured every ounce of heart and soul they had into this one. And took a helping hand from Pall Jenkins (Blackheart Procession) and Tim Mooney (American Music Club).

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**This is originally a Devil in the Woods Records release**

Details: Vinyl LP with hand silk screened cover.
Date: 2006
Price: $33.

“The album that was not there”. Dreamy, lush, pulsing, moody, and rocking. The old boys poured every ounce of heart and soul they had into this one. And took a helping hand from Pall Jenkins (Blackheart Procession) and Tim Mooney (American Music Club). Twin Peaks samples, trumpet symphonies, Nintendo throwbacks, and a new version of roadie extraordinaire, Todd Lay’s, favorite song. Pure experimental indie pop drone and classic casual noise rock. This vinyl version of the ablum includes an exclusive track and a hand silkscreened cover design by Jason Munn.

“…you should go to your local independent record store and buy it.”
– Transworld Surf

Tracks: Grey, Back in the Hardcore Days, Assassins in Moccasins, We’re Afraid of Heights Tonight, The Mothball Fleet, Audio, My Lungs Have Never Felt Better, Double Dragon, The Sunken Fields (TL-05), Metronome