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Jay Reatard

Blood Visions

In the Red 133

Released on October 10, 2006


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Blood Visions  0%
2 Greed, Money, Useless Children  0%
3 It's So Easy  0%
4 My Shadow Voted #3  17%
5 My Family  0%
6 Death Is Forming  0%
7 Oh It's Such A Shame Voted #1  33%
8 Not A Substitute  8%
9 Nightmares Voted #2  25%
10 I See You Standing There  0%
11 We Who Wait  0%
12 Fading All Away  17%
13 Turning Blue  0%
14 Puppet Man  0%
15 Waiting For Something  0%
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Kevin from Houston, TX 
Feb 8 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I first got this on CD and I loved the cover photo so much I had to have it on vinyl. Although my wish of a blood colored splatter LP did come true, this is a great album none the less. I love the song "I See You..." Is that what's it's called? Yeah this Reatard is a great songwritter. I question the ethical nature of some of his song titles, but the music is good.

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Martin from Qu├ębec, Canada 
Oct 19 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is perfect....Jay Reatard kick ass! Jay play every instrument on this solo effort. The songs are consisted of many parts that change of tempo and melodic riff that stick in your head forever. Fuzzy production, dark atmosphere and good songwriting makes this album one of my favorite of 2006. You'll notice plenty of influences on this LP from WIRE to the ADVERTS, RICHARD HELL to the DAMNED. I would describe this album as the ultime acheivement of influence coming from all Jay's other band or project like the REATARDS, LOST SOUNDS, ANGRY ANGLES, etc. Get it now!

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Adam from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Jun 30 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Jay Reatard is a name I've seen mentioned countless times in Maximumrocknroll in a myriad of bands/projects, but it all seemed a bit too "garage" for me, being more of a hardcore man. But after seeing the rave reviews by most of the MRR staff for this release, I thought I'd give it a go. You know what? They're right! This is totally rockin' punk with a couple of new wave touches ("My Family" being a prime example). There's some (non-intrusive) synth & acoustic guitar in the mix, but not in a wimpy style at all. Really, this is damn catchy, varied punk rock which could appeal to a wide selection of people.





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