- Summary: Credited to Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, double album 'Cold Roses' is the first of three planned 2005 releases for the prolific singer-songwriter. Tom Schick produced.
- Record Label: Lost Highway
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Alt-Country
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LucaBMay 12, 2005Excellent album. Probably better than Gold.
martybeeJun 20, 2005LOVE it
JonathanSMay 7, 2005A return to texture and depth of Dear Chicago and Bar Lights. Very encouraging.
KenHMay 22, 2005I was never much of an R.A. fan but one listen to "Easy Plateau" led to the purchase of what will inevitably be One of the Top Discs of 05!
GretschGuyJun 30, 2005The two CD's may be alittle over zealous, but the songs are stronger than low marking critics are indicating. This moody country rock pleases me each time I listen to it. The production is often very live sounding which is a bonus in this age of "produce the sh*t out of it". The guitars sing and cry on this album more so than almost any other RA work. Great for driving home with the sun setting behind you and the window down just a little...escapism at its best.… Expand
[Anonymous]May 5, 2005He loves himself and it shows
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