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Good but,

I was in love with Salvation is a Deep Dark Well. The vocals were crisp and bluesy, the strings were nice and tight, and it was all perfect. With this one, I don't know. The vocals seem to have gotten a little washed out and sloppy compared to Salvation. With a couple songs redone, I just don't like them as much. Its still a good listen, but for a hands down buy, I recommend Salvation as your first choice.


This is a LIVE album. I (sadly) have not been able to see BATB live yet, and I hear it is a show you never forget.


Formed: 2005 in Portland, OR

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although the Builders and the Butchers formed in Portland during the mid-2000s, the band's hybrid of folk, country, and twangy rock evokes the Great Depression more than the contemporary Northwest. The group's beginnings date back to fall 2003, when frontman Ryan Sollee relocated from Alaska to Portland with his then-current band, the Born Losers. A newfound fascination with blues, country, and gospel music convinced Sollee to launch a different project, and the musician teamed up with several local...
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