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Grails - The Burden Of Hope / Redlight Full Album

Grails - The Burden Of Hope / Redlight Full Album
Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    The Burden Of Hope / Redlight
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Rock, Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
  • Release date:
    Oct 2006
  • Country:
  • Size FLAC version
    2735 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1106 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Green Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Red All Media, Album, Repress, Compilation


1The Burden Of Hope
Baritone Saxophone – Joshua Gilbert
2Lord I Hate Your Day1:49
3White Flag6:13
5The Volunteer5:56
6High & Low4:04
Baritone Saxophone – Joshua Gilbert
9New Lystra2:39
10Broken Ballad3:47
11Canyon Hymn5:03
12The March2:25
15In The Beginning3:25
17Word Made Flesh4:17
18Space Prophet Dogon
Baritone Saxophone – Joshua GilbertWritten-By – Alan Bishop, Charlie Gocher, Rick Bishop
20The Deed5:32


  • ArtworkAlex Hall
  • Drums, Steel Guitar [Lap Steel]Emil Amos
  • GuitarZak Riles (tracks: A1 to B4)
  • Guitar, Dulcimer, Steel Guitar [Lap Steel]Alex Hall
  • Piano, Bass, Electric Piano [Rhodes], GuitarWilliam Slater
  • Recorded ByJason Powers
  • Recorded By [Saxophone]Desmond Shea
  • Tenor SaxophoneSteve MacKay (tracks: C1 to D5)
  • ViolinTimothy Horner


Second pressing of 200 copies in a hand-screened jacket.
Screened jackets by Mammoth Printshop. Vinyl pressed and regular jackets printed at Pirates Press.

Recorded at Type Foundry, Portland, OR 2002~03.

Track A6 originally performed by Sun City Girls.

Previously published on CD and licensed from Neurot Recordings.


Originally released by Neurosis Neurot Recordings label in 2003 and 2004, Burden and Redlight together represent phase one of the band that would go on to become one of the worlds most acclaimed instrumentalexperimental rock outfits. Still considered to be fan favorites of many, these first albums were recorded in a live studio setting with minimal overdubbing, an approach far from the dense psychedelic production of the records that would follow e. Burning Off Impurities, Doomsdayers Holiday. Fiori I heard Grails maybe 5 or so years back on KFJC-- a great station to find what many may be looking for My intro was the Black Tar, of courselesson of life and a few others. The Burden of Hope - Grails. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Grails is an instrumental rock band from Portland, Oregon, USA. The Burden of Hope is their first full length album released in 2003 label: is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Grails, released on Neurot Recordings in 2004 as a follow up to The Burden of Hope. All songs written by Grails, except Track 1, which is a Traditional song. Emil Amos Drums, steel guitar. Alex Hall Guitar. Zak Riles Guitar, keyboards, dulcimer, lap steel guitar. William Slater Piano, bass, electric piano, guitar. Timothy Horner Violin. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. The Burden Of Hope, Redlight. Play album. Get album. Album 2003 10 Songs. The Burden of Hope Grails. The Burden of Hope. Redlight Grails album. Redlight is the second studio album by American experimental rock band Grails, released on Neurot Recordings in 2004 as a follow up to The Burden of Hope. Track listing. The Burden Of Hope is ranked 96,646th in the overall chart, 21,758th in the 2000s, and 2,174th in the year 2003. The Burden Of Hope by Grails Year: 2003 Overall rank: 96,646th. Average Rating: 70100 from 5 votes

A true work of art. Grails are the real deal when it comes to innovation and ingenuity. The use of space is carefully thwarted through a melodic marshland of terrific spirit. Giving this music full, rich character and body - to be savored much like an exquisite glass of wine, embarking the senses to enjoy every last drop.
I heard Redlight previous to this specialty combo release, and couldn't stop flipping the record. I wanted more -- Burden of Hope was it! A complete and utter triumph of human sweat and tears. Spilled into every chord, every note, brazenly peppered with marching band rhythms - stiff and rigid to the fallen melodies behind it's gradual drape and perpetual groove.
This music is some of the most beautiful I've ever heard. It draws the past out of the mind, very easily. It gives foundation new meaning. For debut and sophomore efforts incomparable to one another in who shines brighter, this had to be the tell tale sign this group of talented musicians were only getting started. Absolute brilliance to the ears. If you like guitar, you WILL like this.