Sixes & Sevens

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Sixes & Sevens
Studio album by Adam Green
Released March 7, 2008 (EU)
March 10, 2008 (UK)
March 18, 2008 (US)
Genre Anti-folk, baroque pop, blues rock
Label Rough Trade Records
Adam Green chronology
Jacket Full of Danger
(2006)
Sixes & Sevens
(2008)
Minor Love
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link
Twisted Ear 2/5 stars link
The Skinny 4/5 stars link
Spin 2.5/5 stars link
NME 8/10[1]
Pitchfork Media 7.4/10 Link

Sixes & Sevens is Adam Green's fifth solo record, released by Rough Trade Records in Europe on March 7, 2008. A few days later, on March 10, it was released in the UK, followed closely by a US release on March 18. The first single was "Morning After Midnight".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Festival Song"
  2. "Tropical Island"
  3. "Cannot Get Sicker"
  4. "That Sounds Like A Pony"
  5. "Morning After Midnight"
  6. "Twee Twee Dee"
  7. "You Get So Lucky"
  8. "Getting Led"
  9. "Drowning Head First"
  10. "Broadcast Beach"
  11. "It's A Fine"
  12. "Homelife"
  13. "Be My Man"
  14. "Grandma Shirley And Papa"
  15. "When A Pretty Face"
  16. "Exp. 1"
  17. "Leaky Flask"
  18. "Bed Of Prayer"
  19. "Sticky Ricki"
  20. "Rich Kids"
  21. "You're A Heartbreaker"
  22. "Spoonful [Live At Coca-Cola Soundwave]"
  23. "I Wanna Die [Live In Berlin]"
  24. "Salty Candy [Live At Nuke Festival]"

Tracks 21 to 24 are bonus tracks from some editions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ NME 8 March 2008, p.27