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Out Of The Grey

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Out Of The Grey

The Dream Syndicate

Release Date: 1986
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The first album by the second and last lineup of the band : Steve Wynn, Paul B.Cutler, Mark Walton, Dennis Duck.

The record is produced by Paul B. Cutler.

Reissued in 1997 incorporating additional tracks available here for download.

Item 1: cd
# Track Title Play
1Out Of The Grey Out Of The Grey
2Forest For The Trees Forest For The Trees
350 In A 25 Zone 50 In A 25 Zone
4Boston Boston
5Blood Money Blood Money
6Slide Away Slide Away
7Dying Embers Dying Embers
8Now I Ride Alone Now I Ride Alone
9Drinking Problem Drinking Problem
10Dancing Blind Dancing Blind
11You Can't Forget You Can't Forget
12Let It Rain Let It Rain
13Cinnamon Girl Cinnamon Girl
14Ballad Of Dwight Frye Ballad Of Dwight Frye
15Shake Your Hips Shake Your Hips
16I Won't Forget I Won't Forget
17The Lonely Bull The Lonely Bull

Out Of The Grey

  • CMJ

    Dream Syndicate always seems to have some vinyl out between albums that keeps their name on tips of tongues and station playlists, whether it's a live EP, a side project like Danny And Dusty or this new EP, which offers the Out Of The Grey version of "50 In A 25 Zone" as well as a "whodunit mix" which, with its stripped-down accent on big drum beats and Steve Wynn's vocals, should qualify for club play. Even more worthwhile is the B-side, which features two new So Cal western-styled rockers, the humorous narrative "Drinking Problem" and "Blood Money," along with a sweet cover of the Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass hit "The Lonely Bull" and a rambling 50-second blues boogie called "Shake Your Hips," credited to Slim Harpo. - : CMJ New Music Report Issue: 112 - Feb 27, 1987
  • CMJ

    After attempting new heights of rock grandeur with 1984's Medicine Show, a brilliant though crucially flawed album, the Dream Syndicate went through rocky times-membership changed, touring and recording stress took......more>
  • AllMusic.COM

    Like nearly everything released that year, Out of the Grey suffered from a touch of the post-new wave flu. But "50 in a 25 Zone" has that old, bluesy Syndicate spirit, as does "Now I Ride Alone," and Steve Wynn is still an exceptional vocal stylist, bringing heart and meaning to every word he writes. -- Denise Sullivan

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