Ryan Adams’ ‘Heartbreaker’ getting deluxe reissue

News / Preorders / April 15, 2016

A deluxe, 4xLP reissue of Ryan Adams’ full length album, Heartbreaker, is now up for pre-order at Pax Am. The pressing is 180-gram black, while packaging is a slipcase and includes a DVD.

The reissue will be released on May 6th. You can get a small discount by ordering through Amazon.

Side 1
1. Argument With David Rawlings Concerning Morrissey
2. To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)
3. My Winding Wheel
4. Amy – Album Version

Side 2
1. Oh My Sweet Carolina
2. Bartering Lines
3. Call Me On Your Way Back Home
4. Damn, Sam (I Love A Woman That Rains)

Side 3
1. Come Pick Me Up
2. To Be The One
3. Why Do They Leave?
4. Shakedown On 9th Street

Side 4
1. Don’t Ask For The Water
2. In My Time Of Need
3. Sweet Lil Gal (23rd/1st)

Side 5
1. Hairdresser On Fire – Outtake
2. To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High) – Outtake
3. Petal In A Rainstorm – Outtake
4. War Horse – Outtake
5. Oh My Sweet Carolina – Outtake

Side 6
1. Come Pick Me Up – Outtake
2. Punk Jam – Outtake
3. When The Rope Gets Tight – Alternate Take
4. When The Rope Gets Tight – Outtake
5. Goodbye Honey
6. In My Time Of Need – Outtake

Side 7
1. Bartering Lines – Demo
2. Come Pick Me Up – Demo
3. To Be The One – Demo
4. Don’t Ask For The Water – Demo
5. In My Time Of Need – Demo

Side 8
1. Goodbye Honey – Demo
2. Petal In A Rainstorm – Demo
3. War Horse – Demo
4. Locked Away – Outtake

DVD – Live at The Mercury Lounge

1. Oh My Sweet Carolina
2. Gimme Sunshine
3. Banter
4. To Be Young (is to be sad, is to be high)
5. AMY
6. Banter
7. Call Me On Your Way Back Home
8. Banter
9. Just Like A Whore
10. Wonderwall (Fragment)
11. Wonderwall (Complete Song)
12. Banter
13. Damn, Sam (I love a woman that rains)
14. Sweet Lil’ Gal (23rd / 1st)
15. Come Pick Me Up
16. My Winding Wheel

 


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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