...Burn, Piano Island, Burn

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...Burn, Piano Island, Burn
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Studio album by The Blood Brothers
Released March 18, 2003
Recorded April–June 2002 at Standard Electric Recorders, Los Angeles, California
Genre Post-hardcore, noise rock, experimental
Length 47:46
Label ARTISTdirect Records
Epitaph (2009 re-release with bonus tracks)
Producer Ross Robinson
The Blood Brothers chronology
March on Electric Children
(2002)
...Burn, Piano Island, Burn
(2003)
Crimes
(2004)
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic 82/100[1]
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[2]
Pitchfork Media (9.1/10)[3]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[4]
Sputnikmusic 4/5 stars[5]
Stylus Magazine 5/5 stars[6]

...Burn, Piano Island, Burn is the third full-length studio album by the American post-hardcore band The Blood Brothers, released in March 2003. Produced by Ross Robinson, the album was recorded over two months with a roughly $25,000 budget [7] and serves as the band's first major label album, bringing them the attention of the mainstream media. The album drew widespread critical acclaim, reflected by an average score 82 on Metacritic.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by The Blood Brothers.

No. Title Length
1. "Guitarmy" 0:39
2. "Fucking's Greatest Hits" 2:59
3. "Burn, Piano Island, Burn" 3:48
4. "Every Breath Is a Bomb" 4:45
5. "Ambulance vs. Ambulance" 2:52
6. "USA Nails" 5:11
7. "Cecilia and the Silhouette Saloon" 4:53
8. "Six Nightmares at the Pinball Masquerade" 4:16
9. "The Salesman, Denver Max" 4:31
10. "I Know Where the Canaries and the Crows Go" 3:26
11. "God Bless You, Blood Thirsty Zeppelins" 4:49
12. "The Shame" 5:34
iTunes re-release bonus tracks[8]
No. Title Length
13. "Cecilia and the Silhouette Saloon" (Live @ Reading Festival 2005)  
14. "Pink Tarantulas"  

Personnel[edit]

Performers[edit]

Production and design[edit]

Vinyl information[edit]

1st pressing:

  • 500 on 180 gram vinyl.

2nd pressing:

  • 200 on red vinyl with red labels (only sold by the band).

3rd pressing:

  • 378 on white vinyl.

4th pressing:

  • 819 on blue/white swirl vinyl.

5th pressing: 1024 copies

  • 505 on clear vinyl.
  • 519 on opaque light green vinyl.

6th pressing: 1604 copies

  • 528 on light blue vinyl.
  • 524 on pink vinyl.
  • 552 on half pink/half blue "cotton candy" vinyl.

7th pressing:

  • 200 on screen-printed 2 x LP.

8th pressing:

  • 265 Translucent Red w/ Translucent Orange & Black Splatter
  • 265 Opaque Yellow w/ Red & Black Speckles

9th pressing:

  • 490 Grey/Red/Black Marble

10th pressing:

  • 524 Yellow
  • 524 Orange

Singles[edit]

"Ambulance vs. Ambulance" was released on March 11, 2003, as the first single from this album.

References[edit]