Buffalo Tom

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Big Red Letter Day
New - LP - BBQ LP 142
Sealed 1992 UK Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. “Buffalo Tom Proved That Their Palate Was A Lot Broader And Their Reach A Lot Farther Than Anyone Might Have Expected On Let Me Come Over, And While The Following Year's Big Red Letter Day Didn't Show The Same Sort Of Growth, It Also Proved The Band Hadn't Forgotten Any Of Their Tricks Along The Way. Big Red Letter Day Sounds A Bit Poppier Than It's Immediate Predecessor, Though That Seems Largely A Function Of The Production By The Robb Brothers, Which Features A Bit More Body And A Significant Amount More Gloss Than The Leaner, Cleaner Tone Of Let Me Come Over, And To These Ears The Strong, Infectious Melodies Of The Songs (And The Tight Ensemble Playing By The Group) Hold Up Well To Such Treatment. And While The Palpable Angst Of Let Me Come Over Was Obviously Sincere But A Wee Bit Samey By The End Of That Album, Big Red Letter Day Cuts Back On The Rueful Self-Examination Just A Bit, And The Hopefulness Of "Dry Land" And "Anything That Way" Was A Welcome Touch From A Band That Often Had A Hard Time Embracing Their Happiness. Unlike Their Last Two Albums, Big Red Letter Day Didn't Display Much In The Way Of Unexpected New Sides To Buffalo Tom -- It Just Found Them Doing What They Do Very Well Indeed, And Anyone Who Loves The Band Will Enjoy This Record.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Big Red Letter Day
Colored Vinyl - BBQLP142E
Sealed 2018 25th Anniversary Record Store Day Edition Pressed On Red Vinyl. more
Let Me Come Over (25th Anniversary Edition)
Used - LP - BBQLP 2145
2017 2LP Split Color Vinyl Housed In Gatefold. Limited To 300 Copies. more
Quiet And Peace
New - LP - LP-SMR-045
Sealed 2018 Original. more
Sleepy Eyed
Used - LP - BBQLP 177
Beautiful 1995 Original. "Put Sleepy Eyed On Your Turntable, Hit Play, And Prepare To Be Amazed — "Tangerine," The Lead-Off Cut, Signals The Brief But Welcome Return Of "Dinosaur Jr. Jr." With Two-And-Three-Quarters Minutes Of Charging Neo-Grunge Guitars And Galloping Drums, The Likes Of Which You Haven't Heard From This Band Since Birdbrain. But, Of Course, Buffalo Tom Sound A Lot Tighter, Stronger, And More Confident When They Dig Into The Big Shaggy Dog Rock Than They Did Five Years Previous, And While They Never Get Quite As Rollicking As "Tangerine" Again On Sleepy Eyed, Cut For Cut It's A Far More Direct And Straightforward Rock Album Than Anything They'd Managed Since Their Creative Breakthrough On Let Me Come Over. To Some Listeners, Sleepy Eyed Might Sound Like A Regression, Moving Back Into Noisy Power Trio Mode After The More Polished Surfaces And Intricate Arrangements Of Let Me Come Over And Big Red Letter Day, But Play Sleepy Eyed Back To Back With Birdbrain And You'll Be Pleasantly Surprised By The Differences. Sleepy Eyed Decisively Proves Buffalo Tom Write Better Hooks And Better Melodies, Write Smarter Lyrics, And Even Rock Harder Than When They Were Still Trying To Find Their Way Out From Under J. Mascis' Shadow, And They Sound Like They're Having A Great Time Just Turning Up The Amps And Letting Rip, Especially Bill Janovitz, Whose Rock-Dude Guitar Outros Are A Hoot (And This Is One Band Who I Cannot Begrudge For Enjoying Themselves Every Once In A While). On Sleepy Eyed, Buffalo Tom Go Back To The Old Neighborhood And Show Everybody How Much Bigger And Stronger They've Become — It's Sorta Like A High School Reunion, But Louder And A Lot More Fun." - Mark Deming, All Music Guide more
Velvet Roof
Used - 12 - SIT 86 T
1992 UK 4 Track 12 Inch Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Includes Tracks Not On The Album "Let Me Come Over." more

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