Rilo Kiley

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Rilo Kiley - More Adventurous More Adventurous
Pop New - LP BARK 41 Barsuk
Sealed 2004 First Pressing Original. “For More Adventurous, Rilo Kiley's Warner-Distributed Hello To The Big Time, The Los Angeles Band Is More Cohesive, More Spotless, And Tidier In Its Tangle Of Indie Pop, Torch Song, And Too-Cool-For-School Cynicism Than Ever Before. This Time Out They Favor Craft Over Ruckus, Rarefied Over Reckless. Sometimes Adventurous Goes Too Far — Like Belle & Sebastian, RK's Fastidiousness Can Become A Sticky Glaze. (The Overwrought Sway Of "Does He Love You?" Comes To Mind.) But The Album Is A Mostly-Perfect Collection Of The Various Sounds The Band Does Best, Wrapped Around Easily Findable Hooks. They're Well-Dressed Indie Kids Ready And Quite Able To Charm The Mainstream. Jenny Lewis' Vocals Are Lighter Than Clouds And Petula Clarksweet, Even If She Occasionally Spits Venom. "Any Asshole Can Open Up A Museum/Put All The Things He Loves On Display," She Dismisses In The Luna-Like Opener "It's A Hit." But Lewis' Characters' Faults And Failings Are Just Bruises On The Rilo Kiley Fruit, Blemishes That Characterize The Band's Effortlessly Clean Swirl Of Live String Arrangements, Subtle Synth/Keys, And Glowing Acoustic Guitar. "I Never" Is A Full-On, Cast Of Thousands Soundstage Production, A Robust, Keening Ballad Filled With Pedal Steel, Fuzzed-Out Beatles Guitar Soloing, And Lewis' Gargantuan Voice. The Title Track Takes Us Back To Rilo Kiley's Earlier Work With Its Atmospheric Country Feel, While "Love And War [11/11/46]" Is Refreshingly Propulsive — It Could Be Stereophonics Covering Lone Justice. Most Of The Album's Quieter Moments Are Equally Strong, If Somewhat Grayed Out. Adventurous' Stylistic Restlessness Might Take Some Getting Used To For New Listeners. But Fans From The Saddle Creek Days Will Enjoy The Greater Attention To Detail, And Everyone Will Love The Bountiful Hooks.” – Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide... more details
 
Rilo Kiley - Under The Blacklight Under The Blacklight
Pop Used - LP 189372 Warner
Beautiful 2007 Gatefold Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Rilo Kiley - More Adventurous More Adventurous
Pop Used - LP BARK 41 Barsuk
Hard To Find 2004 Original With Custom Insert. “For More Adventurous, Rilo Kiley's Warner-Distributed Hello To The Big Time, The Los Angeles Band Is More Cohesive, More Spotless, And Tidier In Its Tangle Of Indie Pop, Torch Song, And Too-Cool-For-School Cynicism Than Ever Before. This Time Out They Favor Craft Over Ruckus, Rarefied Over Reckless. Sometimes Adventurous Goes Too Far — Like Belle & Sebastian, RK's Fastidiousness Can Become A Sticky Glaze. (The Overwrought Sway Of "Does He Love You?" Comes To Mind.) But The Album Is A Mostly-Perfect Collection Of The Various Sounds The Band Does Best, Wrapped Around Easily Findable Hooks. They're Well-Dressed Indie Kids Ready And Quite Able To Charm The Mainstream. Jenny Lewis' Vocals Are Lighter Than Clouds And Petula Clarksweet, Even If She Occasionally Spits Venom. "Any Asshole Can Open Up A Museum/Put All The Things He Loves On Display," She Dismisses In The Luna-Like Opener "It's A Hit." But Lewis' Characters' Faults And Failings Are Just Bruises On The Rilo Kiley Fruit, Blemishes That Characterize The Band's Effortlessly Clean Swirl Of Live String Arrangements, Subtle Synth/Keys, And Glowing Acoustic Guitar. "I Never" Is A Full-On, Cast Of Thousands Soundstage Production, A Robust, Keening Ballad Filled With Pedal Steel, Fuzzed-Out Beatles Guitar Soloing, And Lewis' Gargantuan Voice. The Title Track Takes Us Back To Rilo Kiley's Earlier Work With Its Atmospheric Country Feel, While "Love And War [11/11/46]" Is Refreshingly Propulsive — It Could Be Stereophonics Covering Lone Justice. Most Of The Album's Quieter Moments Are Equally Strong, If Somewhat Grayed Out. Adventurous' Stylistic Restlessness Might Take Some Getting Used To For New Listeners. But Fans From The Saddle Creek Days Will Enjoy The Greater Attention To Detail, And Everyone Will Love The Bountiful Hooks.” – Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide... more details
 
Rilo Kiley - Take Offs And Landings Take Offs And Landings
Pop New - LP BARK191LP Barsuk
Sealed 180gm 2LP With An Etching On Side 4. Debut Album Released In 2001 Originally Only On CD.... more details
 
Rilo Kiley - Execution Of All Things Execution Of All Things
Pop New - LP LBJ 47 Saddle Creek
Sealed, Out Of Print 2007 180gm Reissue Of Their 2002 Album.... more details
 

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