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Butterflies Drowned In Wine - (Smog)* - Supper (CD, Album)

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  1. Butterflies Drowned in Wine Lyrics: Butterflies drowned in wine / I'm headed into town / Where up is up and down is down / None of this fumbling around / Phantom fingers straighten a phantom tie.
  2. Amazon Review. Supper features no twisted narratives about cuckolded husbands or machete-wielding cheerleaders, no mordant songs about what it feels like to lay in a grave or swing from a hangman's noose. In fact, in many ways, Supper sounds little like a Smog album at all--because indie-rock's premiere misery guts Bill Callahan seems to have brightened up his act/5(12).
  3. Smog's new full length, "Supper", is a masterpiece. From the beautiful and unpredictable "Butterflies Drowned in Wine", to the call and answer lyrical genius of "Truth Serum", Callahan flawlessly pulls off a new, more captivating sound/5(11).
  4. Drag City: making records since the second death of "Paul McCartney," also covered up. In it for the music, hoping you will use it. The power and the poverty, in one good right jab - what's left? Glass houses, people - not to mention glass jaws! A home to bands that actually smells like home - and don't forget, this is the 21st century, you shit where you live!
  5. Smog debuted in with the spare, primitive Macrame Gunplay, a cassette-only release issued on Callahan's own Disaster label. Cow followed in , while three more tapes -- A Table Setting, Tired Tape Machine, and Sewn to the Sky -- were issued a year later.
  6. Mar 14,  · Supper is the 11th full-length from Callahan's (Smog). While the album retains some of the lo-fi insularity of his earlier four-track work, the full band backing makes Supper.
  7. "Butterflies Drowned in Wine" (despite the title's mournful imagery) is a rousing rocker where Bill barks like Lou Reed over heavy riffs, while the lovely "Morality" aches with love and hope. Thankfully, though, they aren't all ditties to skip through the daisies to: "Truth Serum" finds Callahan just as adrift on a raft of his own internal wrangling as he ever was.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Supper on Discogs/5(37).

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