Good Morning Spider

Mark Linkous lives in a world where the skies are grimy and gray, the streets have no name, and everyone has a nasty love hangover. On the second album from his ”band” (Linkous plays just about everything, with help from Vic Chesnutt, David Lowery, and a few Richmond townies), Linkous swathes his crepuscular dirges in a wet blanket of gloom, then leaves in all the lo-fi messiness most artists airbrush out. Sound ugly as sin? It’s actually heartbreakingly beautiful; Linkous’ songs are so fragile and tender, you’ll want to coddle them. A

Good Morning Spider
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