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|Studio album by Adam Green|
|Released||February 22, 2005 (U.S.)|
January 10, 2005 (EU)
|Recorded||Dumbo Studio, New York City, NY|
|Label||Rough Trade Records|
|Adam Green chronology|
Gemstones is the third solo album by Adam Green, released in 2005. The album is characterised by the heavy presence of Wurlitzer piano, whereas its predecessor relied on a string section in its instrumentation.
- Gemstones – 2:24
- Down On The Street – 2:07
- He's The Brat – 2:03
- Over The Sunrise – 1:44
- Crackhouse Blues – 2:07
- Before My Bedtime – 2:40
- Carolina – 2:51
- Emily – 2:45
- Who's Your Boyfriend – 1:42
- Country Road – 2:27
- Choke on a Cock – 1:38
- Bible Club – 1:52
- Chubby Princess – 1:43
- Losing on a Tuesday – 1:46
- Teddy Boys – 1:50
A limited edition of the album came with an extra disc with the following track listing:
- Bible Club (Radio Session)
- Emily (Radio Session)
- My Shadow Tags On Behind (Radio Session)
- Her Father And Her (Radio Session)
- Dance With Me (Video)
- Baby's Gonna Die Tonight(Video)
- Jessica (Video)
- Friends of Mine (Video)
- Adam Green - voice, guitar
- Steven Mertens - bass
- Parker Kindred - drums
- Nathan Brown - electric piano (wurlitzer), organ
- Chis Isom - guitar
- Greg Calbi - mastering
- Dan Myers - mixing, recording
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- "Adam Green - "Gemstones"". Q. February 2005. p. 100.
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- Leahey, Andrew. "Album Reviews, Ratings, and Best New Albums". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2016-06-01.
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