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"Before you know it as the years go by, you're just like other people you have seen, with all those peculiar human ailments. Just another vehicle for temper and vanity and rashness and all the rest. Who wants it? Who needs it? These things occupy the place where a man's soul should be." -- Henderson the Rain King

Friday, January 28, 2005

In Your Face Conor Oberst

Woo Hoo! Yesterday, Ryan Adams updated his website with the announcement that he is planning to put out not one, not two, but three new albums this year, thus leaving only 7 lonely spots for everyone else on my top 10 albums of 2005 list.

The first album is going to come out as a double CD titled Cold Roses, and will feature Ryan's new band the Cardinals. The CD is currently slated to be released on April 19th. The next two are solo works titled Jacksonville and 29. No release dates have been posted for the last two yet. 29 is supposed to be produced by Ethan Johns who Ryan worked with on Heartbreaker, while the other two are being produced by Tom Schick, who was an engineer on Rock 'N Roll and has previously produced Willy Mason.