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NIXON (2023 repress)

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Nixon was released in 2000 and immediately enshrined by the British music press.


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The Bible



  1. His Song Is Sung
  2. Little Black Boxes
  3. Daisy
  4. Whatever, Mortal
  5. A Major Minor Drag
  6. Police Dog Blues
  7. Dylan at the Mousetrap
  8. Every Child Begins the World Again
  9. So There
  10. That's Music


The Bible

  • 140g 2lp w/ etched d-side in gatefold

    Released: 30th Sep 2022


the music on The Bible is more unpredictable than it’s ever been on a Lambchop record.

Jazz careening into country, into disco, into funk, and back to country. This is Lambchop’s new album—born in a new place, but out of a process that he first discovered back home in Nashville, the one that helped him find his own voice in the first place. Amen. This is The Bible. Kurt Wagner found himself in Minneapolis in the sweltering summer of 2021, in a decommissioned paint factory turned practice space, when everybody was still kind of looking at everybody else as a potential source of disease. He entrusted himself to this piano player, Andrew Broder, and his mad genius of a production partner, Ryan Olson. “Ryan and Andrew, they’re like two sides of my personality,” Wagner says. “And if you put them together as a team, they represent me.” This would be the first time Wagner let somebody else—not to mention somebody else without any sort of a connection to holy, old Nashville—produce a Lambchop record. It was in that decommissioned paint factory in Minneapolis, watching a bunch of burnout freaks play their instruments, that Wagner found his way to writing The Bible. The sessions reminded him of those long-ago days at the Springwater Supper Club in Nashville, when he first brought the afterparty back to his house. But maybe because he wasn’t the one making the afterparty rules this time, the music on The Bible is more unpredictable than it’s ever been on a Lambchop record.