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DISC: 1

1. Fields of Green
2. Chunk of Coal
3. The Last One
4. Monk's Mountain
5. Spellbound
6. Ride the Rail
7. Lucky Star Love
8. Thin Line Man
9. No Tellin'
10. Brand New Swamp Thing
11. Erosion
12. Time Flies
13. Better Man Than Me
14. Love a Loser

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Recorded 25 years into their career, Giant Sand's 25th album is a gorgeous and much-celebrated collection of perfectly-crafted, personal songwriting from Howe Gelb. With the exception of one or two wonderfully abrupt and perfectly placed outbursts, it's a gentle rollercoaster traversing the inner thinking of the why's and wherefores of whatever, a meditation on time and the ageing process. Musing on the record, Howe Gelb explains "On this LP I show off an acquired appreciation for the simple lyric. Kinda haiku at times, like flamenco verse, or the blues. I can focus more as it's obvious there's only so much time left - that has a production value all it's own." Highlighting their eclectic and esoteric career, this reissue celebrates the band's magnificent, long and winding career. This deluxe reissue features restored artwork and newly penned liner notes from MOJO's Dave Henderson. Giant Sand have been the primary outlet for the stylistic curveballs and sun-damaged songcraft of singer-songwriter Howe Gelb. In four plus decades he's managed to reinvent rock, country, blues, punk, garage, lo-fi, jazz, gospel, avant-garde noise and flamenco gypsy music with his impressionistic imagery and expansive observations of the world.