Counting Crows

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Counting Crows - Recovering The Satellites Recovering The Satellites
Pop New - LP DGC2 24975 Geffen
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print, 1996 2LP With Custom Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. CC (Not Shown In Scan).... more details
 
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This Desert Life
Pop Used - LP DGC 0694 Geffen
1999 Out Of Print 3 Sided Pressing. Unplayed.... more details
 
Counting Crows - August And Everything After August And Everything After
Pop New - LP 24528 Geffen
New, Unplayed 1993 Rarity Pressed In Holland Only. The Rarest Counting Crows Album By Far. This Copy Is From The Personal Stash Of One Of The Band Members.... more details
 
Counting Crows - Recovering The Satellites Recovering The Satellites
Pop Used - LP 24975 Geffen
1996 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Jacket Is Near Mint And Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Counting Crows - This Desert Life This Desert Life
Pop New - LP 069490415 Geffen
Factory Sealed 1999 2LP Original. This Copy Is From The Personal Stash Of One Of The Band Members And Has A Promotional Scratched Out UPC Code. “It's Likely That Critics And Listeners Will Consider Counting Crows' Long-Delayed Third Album, This Desert Life, Another Retro Effort By A Traditionalist Band, But It's Actually Their Most Individual And Finest Album Yet. All The Familiar Elements Are In Place, From Adam Duritz's Impassioned Vocals And Cryptic Lyrics To The Jangling Instrumentation, But The Laments Gel Better Than Ever Before. Part Of It Undoubtedly Has To Do With David Lowery And Dennis Herring's Organic Production, Which Keeps The Rough Edges In Place, Helping The Music To Breathe, But The Real Success Of The Record Is Due To The Band Themselves, Who Have Matured Gracefully. They May Have Spent A Long Time Recording This Album, But The Music Feels Natural And Immediate. Upon Closer Inspection, The Craft Really Shines Through. The Songs Are Tight, With Strong Hooks On The Choruses, And Nice, Memorable Melody Lines; The Arrangements May Be Earthy, But They're Never Cluttered. But The Best Thing About This Desert Life Is That It Holds Together As A Cohesive Album While Providing The Best Individual Songs In The Band's Catalog. The Album Tracks Are Consistently Compelling, Ranging From The Winding Narrative Of "Mrs. Potter's Lullaby" To The Measured Ballad "Speedway." These Subtle Differences -- The Confident Performances, Cohesion, And Assured Songwriting -- Add Up Counting Crows' Strongest Album. They May Still Recall Rock Giants, But Only In The Best Possible Way -- By Crafting An Album That Ebbs And Flows Like The Best Classic Rock Records.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Counting Crows - Recovering The Satellites Recovering The Satellites
Pop New - LP 24975 Geffen
Factory Sealed, Long Out Of Print 1996 2LP Gatefold Original. Custom Inner Sleeves. Barely Visible Promotional Score Through Bar Code On Back Cover.... more details
 
Counting Crows - August And Everything After: Live At Town Hall August And Everything After: Live At Town Hall
Pop Colored Vinyl RCV075LP Back On Black
Sealed Numbered Limited Edition 180gm 2LP Coloured Vinyl Gatefold Original. Recorded At A 2007 Concert, The Counting Crows Play Their Entire Debut Album Live. Limited To 500 Copies, The Albums Are Numbered With A Sticker On The Outer Plastic Sleeve.... more details
 
Counting Crows - Underwater Sunshine Underwater Sunshine
Pop New - LP CS013 Collective Sounds
Sealed 2012 2LP Gatefold Original. The Crows Cover Songs That Have Inspired Their Sound Through The Years.... more details
 
Counting Crows - August And Everything After August And Everything After
Pop Audiophile - LP APP 24528 Analogue Productions
Sealed 2012 200gm 45rpm 2LP Gatefold Audiophile Pressing Of Their Critically Acclaimed Debut Album. First Time The Album Has Been Released On Vinyl In The US. One Of The Few 90's Albums To Be Recorded Analog.... more details
 
Counting Crows - Echoes Of The Outlaw Roadshow Echoes Of The Outlaw Roadshow
Pop New - LP UWS 001 Underwater Sunshine
Sealed 2013 2LP Gatefold Original. “Poetic Flagship Heroes Of The '90s Alt-Rock Boom, Counting Crows Rode The Waves Of Success Earned By Their Ubiquitous First Few Albums Into Subsequent Decades, Keeping Legions Of Die-Hard Fans As They Crafted New Material To Complement Their Massive Early Hits. This Long-Term Trajectory Is Reflected Somewhat On The Band's Fourth Official Live Album, Echoes Of The Outlaw Roadshow, An Enthusiastic Set Recorded On Tour In 2012 That Offers Up A Cross Section Of Newer Songs And Inspired, Drawn-Out Readings Of Older Crowd Favorites. Interesting Additions To The 15-Song Set List Are The Dylan Covers That Open And Close The Show. A Spare, Haunted Version Of The Already Ghostly "Girl From The North Country" Finds Vocalist Adam Duritz And Guitarist David Immerglück Taking The Technically Traditional Song Into A Slower, More Tentative Take On Dylan's Arrangement. Similarly, A Rousing Full-Band Jam On "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" Is Presented With Full-On Harmonies, Breakdowns For Crowd Singalongs, And A Sense Of Overall Abandon And Drunken Mirth. In Between These Two Bookends, The Band Offers Up A Ten-Minute Reading Of Its Wintry Ballad "Round Here," With Duritz Vamping At Length Through The Song's Somber Middle Part Until Bringing The Band Back In For A Strong Conclusion. A Similar Reworking Is Applied To "Rain King," Stretched Into A More Loose, Rambling Version With A Dynamic Range Extended Greatly From The Original. Crows Originals Like "I Wish I Was A Girl" And "Four Days" Are Joined By A Folky Cover Of The Grateful Dead's Classic Outlaw Romper "Friend Of The Devil," Also Delivered In A Softer, Alt-Folk Style With Glowing Harmonies.“ – Fred Thomas, AMG... more details
 
Counting Crows - August And Everything After August And Everything After
Pop New - LP B002553101 Geffen
Sealed 2017 2LP Gatefold Reissue. By The Time The Counting Crows Signed To Geffen In 1993, They Had Already Built Up A Significant Fanbase Which Payed Dividends Upon The Release Of Their Runaway Hit Debut August And Everything After Later That Same Year. Produced By The Great T-Bone Burnett, The Album Climbed All The Way To No. 4 On The Billboard 200 Charts Thanks To The Trio Of Ubiquitous Singles "Mr. Jones," "Rain King" And "Round Here," Selling Over Seven Million Copies In The U.S. Alone In The Process. It Checks In At A Respectable No. 67 On Rolling Stone's '100 Best Albums Of The Nineties' Who Writes: "An Artfully Crafted, Intimate Song Cycle, August And Everything After Seemed To Explode On Impact. Vividly Produced By T Bone Burnett, Its Post-Punk Bleakness Married To Old-School Rock Influences, August Became That Rare Album Over Which Both Alterna-Kids And Classic Rockers Could Bond."... more details
 
Counting Crows - Somewhere Under Wonderland Somewhere Under Wonderland
Pop New - LP B002125301 Capitol
Sealed 2014 Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Counting Crows Present Their Highly-Anticipated Seventh Studio Album Titled Somewhere Under Wonderland On Capitol Records. Somewhere Under Wonderland Marks The Band's First Original Material Since Saturday Night & Sunday Mornings In 2008.... more details
 
Counting Crows - Recovering The Satellites Recovering The Satellites
Pop New - LP B002553001 Geffen
Sealed 2017 2LP 180gm Gatefold Reissue.... more details
 

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