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Crimson is the fifth studio album by American rock band Alkaline Trio, released on May 24, 2005. Bassist Dan Andriano notes that: it was kind of the same as always. We just spent a little more time in all areas of the recording process. We spent a little more time in pre-production, where we worked on the songs with Jerry. Before we started recording, he came out to Chicago and and he was listening to the songs, and we had an opportunity to ask him what he thought.
Crimson (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Blu). Alkaline Trio - Mercy Me 2:51. Alkaline Trio-Time To Waste 4:21. Alkaline Trio - Burn 4:07.
Crimson is the best next step for Alkaline Trio. It keeps Good Mourning's blacks and reds and crack melodic sense. Crimson has a similar sense of emotional brokenness, but things never get so heavy that you'll need the goth eyeliner - the album's pop sense glimmers steadily beneath its dour shroud.
Alkaline Trio- Crimson. It's quite difficult to come crawling back to a genre you gave a big, fat break for a while. Don't get me wrong, I have great appreciation for this genre and it was the very first I was ever properly introduced to; But noticing the change between different kinds of music lets you hear things that you didn't realize were there before. This album is definitely worth a look, but not anywhere close to the band's best album. A lot of tracks on here feel all too generic and alike. A few gems, and a bunch of deadened leaves that now lie on the floor. If you're a fan, by all means, dig in. If not one yet, look elsewhere before beginning the discovery. Stand Out Tracks: Time To Waste Mercy Me Back To Hell Smoke.
Crimson is the fifth album by Alkaline Trio, released May 23, 2005. The record is produced by Jerry Finn. The first disc contains the original album, while the added second disc features the album as demos, home demos and acoustic songs. It is presented in a color slipcase based on original artwork.