Furnace Room Lullaby is a sought-after fan favorite. This limited edition Turquoise Vinyl re-pressing of this Neko Case classic celebrates the 20th anniversary of its initial release, with audio that was remastered from the original analog tapes in 2015. 

Furnace Room Lullaby is the second album by Neko Case, originally released in 2000. Case’s vocals are superb from front to back, as smooth and fiery as good brandy, and her revolving circle of musicians (including Ron Sexsmith and Kelly Hogan on backing vocals) are subtle and beautifully evocative, balancing sorrow and good times with an easy grace.

Furnace Room Lullaby is a sought-after fan favorite. This limited edition Turquoise Vinyl re-pressing of this Neko Case classic celebrates the 20th anniversary of its initial release, with audio that was remastered from the original analog tapes in 2015. 

Furnace Room Lullaby is the second album by Neko Case, originally released in 2000. Case’s vocals are superb from front to back, as smooth and fiery as good brandy, and her revolving circle of musicians (including Ron Sexsmith and Kelly Hogan on backing vocals) are subtle and beautifully evocative, balancing sorrow and good times with an easy grace.

045778691593

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ANTI
Rel. Date: 09/18/2020
UPC: 045778691593

Furance Room Lullaby [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Turquoise LP]
Artist: Neko Case
Format: Vinyl
New: Not Currently In Stock
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Available Formats and Editions

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2. Guided By Wire
3. Porchlight
4. Mood to Burn Bridges
5. No Need to Cry
6. Twist the Knife
7. Thrice All American
8. We’ve Never Met
9. Whip the Blankets
10. South Tacoma Way
11. Bought and Sold
12. Furnace Room Lullaby

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Furnace Room Lullaby is a sought-after fan favorite. This limited edition Turquoise Vinyl re-pressing of this Neko Case classic celebrates the 20th anniversary of its initial release, with audio that was remastered from the original analog tapes in 2015. 

Furnace Room Lullaby is the second album by Neko Case, originally released in 2000. Case’s vocals are superb from front to back, as smooth and fiery as good brandy, and her revolving circle of musicians (including Ron Sexsmith and Kelly Hogan on backing vocals) are subtle and beautifully evocative, balancing sorrow and good times with an easy grace.