Japanese pressing includes two exclusive bonus tracks, 'Deep Down' (Acoustic) and 'Nom de Plume (Alternate Version). The two bonus tracks are not the same that are featured on the European limited edition! Garden Ruin is where Calexico fill those dusty, empty landscapes they've long documented with a big, big sound. Taking full advantage of the rockin' Calexico live band, the record distils it's multicultural roots, the input of a producer, new domestic arrangements, international affairs, broadening horizons, developing ambitions and changing scenery. It's not your average Calexico album, but then again, it never is with this band. P-Vine. 2006.
Japanese pressing includes two exclusive bonus tracks, 'Deep Down' (Acoustic) and 'Nom de Plume (Alternate Version). The two bonus tracks are not the same that are featured on the European limited edition! Garden Ruin is where Calexico fill those dusty, empty landscapes they've long documented with a big, big sound. Taking full advantage of the rockin' Calexico live band, the record distils it's multicultural roots, the input of a producer, new domestic arrangements, international affairs, broadening horizons, developing ambitions and changing scenery. It's not your average Calexico album, but then again, it never is with this band. P-Vine. 2006.
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Format: CD
Label: PVIN
Rel. Date: 04/07/2006
UPC: 4995879237649

Garden Ruin
Artist: Calexico
Format: CD
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Japanese pressing includes two exclusive bonus tracks, 'Deep Down' (Acoustic) and 'Nom de Plume (Alternate Version). The two bonus tracks are not the same that are featured on the European limited edition! Garden Ruin is where Calexico fill those dusty, empty landscapes they've long documented with a big, big sound. Taking full advantage of the rockin' Calexico live band, the record distils it's multicultural roots, the input of a producer, new domestic arrangements, international affairs, broadening horizons, developing ambitions and changing scenery. It's not your average Calexico album, but then again, it never is with this band. P-Vine. 2006.