13 Songs, 53 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
19 Ratings
19 Ratings
LeeTheOT ,

If you loved Heartbreaker...

I'm part of what I imagine is a fairly large contingent of Ryan Adams fans who were mesmerized by Heartbreaker and have spent the intervening years waiting for a worthy follow-up. While I love many of Ryan's albums (Gold immediately springs to mind) for a myriad of reasons, and don't dispute that he's a genius, this is the album that comes the closest to recapturing the aching brilliance of his groundbreaking debut. Unlike some other albums that have two or three reminders of the heights he is capable of, this album acts as a cohesive piece of work, worthy of the attention of any Ryan Adams fan. If this had been the follow-up to Gold, we'd probably be discussing his impending induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but given that it was released over a decade after his aforementioned solo debut, it likely will go down as a hidden treasure, relished only by Adam's die-hard fans.

TippiToes02 ,

love this one

Other than Heartbreaker & Prisoner, this is one of my favorite albums. You can't go wrong with his music.

phiaelise ,


great folky alternative sound! very nice for rainy day car rides(:

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