Burnside Album Details

Dandy Warhols, The, The Black Album

Riding off the debut hype of 1995's Dandys Rule Ok, 4 Portland natives found themselves spinning into an unknown. Bigger budgets meant bigger expectations, and The Dandy Warhols didn't want to sacrifice their lipsticked sneer by bowing down to the powers that be. Knobs were turned into the red and chemical hors d'oeuvres were served around the clock with the intent of pushing the mselves to uncharted waters. They even got a trumpet to feed back. But we all know the story. The label and the band unanimously voted to hit the reset button and these fabled demos collected dust for nearly a decade, but the sound of these scuzzy recordings have seeped into a new generation of garage rock bands who prefer a little noise in the cracks of their harmonies. Now, for the first time ever, the songs are getting released on vinyl. It's about damn time.