The Dandy Warhols - ...The Dandy Warhols Come Down (2023 RE-ISSUE)
Little Cloud Records/Beat The World
Number of Tracks:15 Vinyl Size:12-inch (2xLP) Revolutions:33rpm Vinyl Color:Splatter Jacket: Matte Finish(Gatefold)
(((((THESE WILL BE SHIPPING OUT IN LATE APRIL)))))
Little Cloud Records and Beat The World Records have teamed up to bring you the 25th anniversary reissue of ...The Dandy Warhols Come Down!!! Of course it was held back because of a year long delay at the pressing plant so technically it's the 26th year anniversary now. Better late than never!!
The band's first effort for Capitol Records was an album which was recorded before Come Down called The Black Album, which was rejected by Capitol for, according to frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor, containing "no hit songs". It was later released as a double album in 2004 with Come On Feel the Dandy Warhols, an album composed of B-sides and previously unreleased material.
After rejecting "The Black Album" Capitol reached out to Tony Lash, who had co-produced Dandys Rule OK, to produce. ...The Dandy Warhols Come Down was recorded in 1996-1997 at Sound Impressions, Stiles Recording, Falcon Studios, and Courtney Taylor-Taylor's apartment in Portland, Oregon.
According to Taylor-Taylor, it took the band a long time to get noticed by major labels, due to the prevalence of the grunge scene in the Pacific Northwest. In a June 1997 interview with Billboard, he remarked, "When we came up, there were a group of bands that didn't get recognition because people weren't appreciating what it was we were doing. A lot of us were more influenced by Galaxie 500 than the post-pubescent, fanzine, Nirvana-angst, college thing that was so prevalent at the time.