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Down - Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow (2002)

Down - Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow (2002)

Tracklist front / back album covers

1. "Lysergik Funeral Procession"   3:10
2. "There's Something on My Side"   5:21
3. "The Man That Follows Hell"   4:33
4. "Stained Glass Cross"   3:36
5. "Ghosts Along the Mississippi"   5:06
6. "Learn from This Mistake"   7:14
7. "Beautifully Depressed"   4:52
8. "Where I'm Going"   3:10
9. "Doobinterlude" (instrumental)   1:50
10. "New Orleans Is a Dying Whore"   4:15
11. "The Seed"   4:21
12. "Lies, I Don't Know What They Say But..."   6:21
13. "Flambeaux's Jamming with St. Aug" (instrumental)   0:59
14. "Dog Tired"   3:21
15. "Landing on the Mountains of Meggido"   7:49

Total length:   65:58

The song "Ghosts Along the Mississippi" takes its title from a book by photographer Clarence John Laughlin, whose photographs were used extensively in the booklet art for NOLA.

The title "Landing on the Mountains of Meggido" refers to a hill overlooking a valley where the kibbutz of Megiddo, Israel is located. In apocalyptic literature this place is identified as the site of the final battle between the forces of good and evil at the end of time, known as Armageddon.


 
Down Band Members / Musicians

Phil Anselmo – vocals, guitar on "Landing on the Mountains of Meggido"

Pepper Keenan – guitar

Kirk Windstein – guitar

Rex Brown – bass

Jimmy Bower – drums, all instruments on "Doobinterlude"

Stephanie Opal Weinstein – backing vocals on "Landing on the Mountains of Meggido"



Down II: A Bustle in Your Hedgerow is the 2nd studio album by American band Down, released on March 26, 2002. The subtitle "A Bustle in Your Hedgerow" is borrowed from the lyrics of "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin.

Down II was the band's first album in seven years since the release of NOLA, the longest gap between their three studio albums to date. Being a supergroup, the band went on hiatus in 1996 so that members could focus on their main bands (namely Eyehategod, Corrosion of Conformity, Crowbar, and Pantera). Down reformed in 1999 with Pantera bassist Rex Brown replacing Todd Strange. The band wanted the album to have a "bluesy" feel, so they moved into Phil Anselmo's barn, dubbed "Nodferatu's Lair", in Southern Louisiana where they lived and recorded the album in 28 days without anyone leaving the house.

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