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Blue Record

Blue Record
Baroness
Released October 13, 2009
Recorded The Track Studio
Genre Sludge metal, progressive metal
Length 44:25
Label Relapse
Producer John Congleton
Baroness chronology

Red Album
(2007)
Blue Record
(2009)
Yellow & Green
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
BBC (favorable)[2]
Decibel 10/10 stars
Pitchfork Media (8.5/10)[3]
Rock Sound (9/10)[4]
Imperiumi 7.50/10 stars[5]

Blue Record is the second LP released by the heavy metal band Baroness.[6] Blue Record was released on October 13, 2009. It is considered the sister album to the previous album, Red Album. Blue Record debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart,[7] and was named Decibel's number 1 record of 2009.[8] In 2013, Blue Record was named the 20th Greatest Metal Album in History by "LA Weekly".[9]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Bullhead's Psalm"   1:20
2. "The Sweetest Curse"   4:31
3. "Jake Leg"   4:23
4. "Steel That Sleeps the Eye"   2:38
5. "Swollen and Halo"   6:35
6. "Ogeechee Hymnal"   2:36
7. "A Horse Called Golgotha"   5:21
8. "O'er Hell and Hide"   4:22
9. "War, Wisdom and Rhyme"   4:26
10. "Blackpowder Orchard"   1:01
11. "The Gnashing"   4:18
12. "Bullhead's Lament"   2:59

Personnel

  • John Dyer Baizley – vocals, guitar, piano, artwork
  • Allen Blickle – drums
  • Pete Adams – guitar, vocals
  • Summer Welch – bass

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