A History (1986–1989)

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A History (1986-1989)
Compilation album by The Golden Palominos
Released July 21, 1992
Recorded 1986 – 1989
Genre Alternative rock
Length 73:56
Label Mau Mau Records
Producer Anton Fier
The Golden Palominos chronology
A History (1982-1985)
(1992)
A History (1986-1989)
(1992)
This Is How It Feels
(1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly B-[2]
Q 3/5 stars[3]

A History (1986–1989) is a compilation album by The Golden Palominos, released on July 21, 1992 through Mau Mau Records. It contains songs from Blast of Silence (Axed My Baby for a Nickel) and A Dead Horse, excluding "Brides of Jesus" from the former and "Over" from the latter.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Original album Length
1. "I've Been the One"   Lowell George Blast of Silence 3:18
2. "Something Becomes Nothing"   Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Matthew Sweet Blast of Silence 5:08
3. "The Push and the Shove"   Robert Kidney Blast of Silence 4:27
4. "(Something Else Is) Working Harder"   Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Jody Harris Blast of Silence 5:19
5. "Angels"   Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Syd Straw Blast of Silence 5:01
6. "Diamond"   Peter Holsapple Blast of Silence 4:40
7. "Faithless Heart"   Don Dixon, Anton Fier, Jody Harris Blast of Silence 4:04
8. "Work Was New"   Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier Blast of Silence 4:08
9. "Strong, Simple Silences"   Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier Blast of Silence 4:19
10. "Wild River"   Robert Kidney A Dead Horse 4:40
11. "Shattered Image"   Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis A Dead Horse 5:25
12. "Angel of Death"   Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis A Dead Horse 4:43
13. "Lucky"   Robert Kidney A Dead Horse 4:54
14. "Darklands"   Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis A Dead Horse 6:46
15. "A Letter Back"   Robert Kidney A Dead Horse 7:04

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anderson, Rick. "A History (1986-1989)". Allmusic. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  2. ^ Robbins, Ira (March 1993). "A History (1986-1989)". Entertainment Weekly (161): 63. Retrieved November 30, 2012. 
  3. ^ columnist (November 1992). "A History (1986-1989)". Q: 133. 

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