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Between The Buried And Me - Colors Album

Between The Buried And Me - Colors Album
  • Performer Between The Buried And Me
  • Title Colors
  • Date of release 18 Sep 2007
  • Country US
  • Style Math Rock, Death Metal, Experimental, Heavy Metal
  • Label Victory Records
  • Catalog number VR351
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1557 mb
  • Size FLAC 2074 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 313


1(B) The Decade Of Statues5:20
3Foam Born (A) The Backtrack2:13
4White Walls14:13
5Ants Of The Sky13:10
6Prequel To The Sequel
Vocals [Guest] – Adam Fisher
7Sun Of Nothing10:59
8Informal Gluttony
Didgeridoo – Grahm Bennett


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VR351Between The Buried And Me Colors ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Ora)Victory RecordsVR351US2011
VR351Between The Buried And Me Colors ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Bub)Victory RecordsVR351US2013
VR351Between The Buried And Me Colors ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Cle)Victory RecordsVR351US2011
VR351Between The Buried And Me Colors ‎(2xLP, Album, RP)Victory RecordsVR351US2013
VR351Between The Buried And Me Colors ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Gre)Victory RecordsVR351US2013


  • BassDan Briggs
  • BookingMatt Pike
  • Drums, PercussionBlake Richardson
  • Engineer, Mixed By, Mastered ByJamie King
  • GuitarDustie Waring, Paul Waggoner
  • Layout [Layout Designed By]Brandon Proff
  • LegalBryan Christner
  • Photography ByChuck Johnson
  • ProducerBetween The Buried And Me, Jamie King
  • Vocals, KeyboardsTommy Rogers
  • Written-By, PerformerBetween The Buried And Me


Recorded in May of 2007 at the Basement Studios in winston Salem, NC

The jewel case comes in a thin cardboard/posterboard slipcase.


  • Barcode: 7 46105 03512 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, 2): CD MEDIAVISIONCORP.COM VR-COLORS-REP 62350 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 2): IFPI LL27
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI AHL01
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI AHM05


  • Copyright (c) – Another Victory Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Victory Records
  • Recorded At – The Basement Studios


Talk about Between The Buried And Me - Colors

I have a test pressing of this (from the first pressing). I would be willing to sell for a high price to any collectors out there!
Hi,Can somebody help me to find out which one copy i have?I can send photos of both sides if it helps.It's Sealed and I dont want to open it to find out.Thanks.
I don't think it's possible. They all have the same barcode/sleeve im pretty sure.
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this is considerably more listenable, but still only clicks in places. the vocals are still a significant barrier for a lot of people.the first track begins somewhere between radiohead and queen, complete with a reference to the bends. insert cookie-monster screaming. next, it opens up into an alice in chains track. insert cookie-monster screaming. from there, we're transported to ancient egypt through the medium of an isis influence, although it actually sounds more like tool jamming on a well known bassline from bjork. insert cookie-monster screaming. then system of a down takes over for a bit. insert cookie-monster screaming. more system of a down, maybe a bit of porcupine tree, then danny carey takes over again. and that's just the first three tracks.this has been marketed as some kind of massive, 8 part epic but what i hear is more along the lines of a bunch of 30 second rips of platinum selling records pasted together with long periods of generic cookie-monster metal. just because it's long and spliced together doesn't make it brilliant. just because it has multiple parts doesn't make it epic. the tracks don't flow into each other; when they change direction, they literally just change direction. if we're lucky, we're provided with the segue of a 16th note pause but most of the time we don't even get that; the build ups are not build-ups, they're the sound of somebody changing the channel on a tv set. indeed, those that have a commercial-length attention span and/or MTV-induced ADD may find this epic but the rest of us simply won', while it's not epic, it's not a masterpiece, it's not very creative, it's not very abstract and it's most certainly not brilliant it is interesting due to it's remarkable level of cheese and the implications that follow from the reality that so many have concluded that this is actually brilliant. has our television-induced lack of an attention span actually become so obiquitous that an hour long collection of jingle-lengthed musical diarrhea is considered to be brilliant by legitmate (i.e. not rolling stone, allmusic or pitchfork) music critics?this is an intriguing medley, but when did the medley become a serious artform? the guitar playing is at times fairly substantial, although it never gets outside of the box. it is again all about reciting modes and a musician knows damn well that anybody that can read music can do that. when did technical ability (not virtuousity. ability.) replace artistic creativity as a metric of musical value? to be fair, there are real guitar solos in track 5 and track 8.again, these guys are trying. that deserves some respect. furthermore, there is a definite improvement over the last one; the cock rock nods are almost gone (the last track stll has one) and the cookie monster is buried even further into the mix. that's why i picked this over alaska to keep as a souvenir of the show i was nearly killed at; while the strong points of alaska are stronger than the strong points here, i can actually listen to this all the way through without cringing and lunging towards the "skip" button.that being said, this is a disc that i'd like to splice up but have decided not to. there are two reasons. first, it's weakly conceptual and i'm kind of big into leaving conceptual pieces intact. second, if i was going to splice the medley up, i'd be splicing through the tracks as well and that's just more trouble than is worth. i'm only going to listen to this once or twice a year, they're moving in the right direction. i won't be surprised if the next one actually turns out to be listenable; a pre-requisite for listenability would be making the choice between intelligible lyrics or no lyrics at all. just, please, don't pull david lee roth out of his grave...
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