Bronchitis Posted June 21, 2022 Share Posted June 21, 2022 After the success of Codeine's Frigid StarsLP, the trio of Stephen Immerwahr, John Engle, and Chris Brokaw booked time at Harold Dessau Recording in June 1992 to track an eight-song sophomore album. A few days and a couple of unexplainable high-pitched frequencies later, the record was scrapped, shelved, and forgotten about. Brokaw left the band shortly after, and these songs were re-tracked in various iterations for Codeine's final LP. On its 30th anniversary, Numero has unearthed these recordings, restoring the original White Birchto the band's exacting standards with producer Mike McMackin. A slowcore masterpiece hidden in plain sight. https://numerogroup.com/products/dessau?fbclid=IwAR1ZnuDA6BoQENQA6cB9a3MA7j2KX1g9RDp5GlIpfuOSdVz6SgaVQKBxGnU I’m pretty excited to hear this. White Birch is easily my favorite Codeine album and one of my favorites of all time. nothingnatural 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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