$87 and a Guilty Conscience that Gets Worse the Longer i Go

by Richmond Fontaine

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* 1) $87 and a Guilty Conscience that gets Worse the Longer I Go
* 2) Song For James Welch
* 3) Kid from Belmont Street gets Left on Colfax St. Denver, CO
* 4) The Water Wars
* 5) Moving Back Home #1
* 6) The Gits
* 7) Wilson Dunlap
* 8)$43.50

This EP is a follow up companion to "Thirteen Cities". It contains songs and remixes from the Wavelab Sessions previously unreleased (except the title track).

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released November 13, 2007

Produced by JD Foster

THE PLAYERS

* Dave Harding: Bass
* Sean Oldham: Drums and Percussion, Vocals
* Dan Eccles: Guitar
* Willy Vlautin: Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Vocals
* Paul Brainard: Pedal Steel and Noise
* Jacob Valenzuela: Trumpet
* Howe Gelb: Piano

Cover artwork: Greg Allen

Design: Aaron James

All songs recorded at Wavelab Studios except Moving Back Home #1 recorded at Blue Room Studios, Portland, Oregon. Re-mixes done at Bungalow 9 by Mike Coykendall.

El Cortez Records
All songs by Richmond Fontaine Winner’s Casino Music BMI

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Richmond Fontaine Portland

Richmond Fontaine was formed in 1994 at Portland Meadows racetrack in Portland, Oregon as songwriter/vocalist Willy Vlautin and bassist Dave Harding pored over the racing form and talked music between races. The two took their mutual love of Husker Du, Willie Nelson, X, The Blasters, and The Replacements and started playing music together. ... more

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