Thundering Herd: The Best of The Golden Palominos

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Thundering Herd: The Best of the Golden Palominos
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Greatest hits album by The Golden Palominos
Released January 22, 1991
Recorded 1983–1989
Genre Alternative rock
Label Oceana
Producer Anton Fier
The Golden Palominos chronology
A Dead Horse
(1989)
Thundering Herd: The Best of the Golden Palominos
(1991)
Drunk with Passion
(1991)
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Thundering Herd: The Best of the Golden Palominos is a compilation album by The Golden Palominos, released in 1991 by Oceana Records. It contains two tracks from the band's first album, The Golden Palominos , and Visions of Excess , Blast of Silence and A Dead Horse in their entirety.

The Golden Palominos are an American musical group headed by drummer and composer Anton Fier, first formed in 1981. Aside from Fier, the Palominos membership has been wildly elastic, with only bassist Bill Laswell and guitarist Nicky Skopelitis appearing on every album through 1996. Their latest work, 2012's A Good Country Mile features vocalist Kevn Kinney.

<i>The Golden Palominos</i> (album) 1983 studio album by The Golden Palominos

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Track listing

Disc one
No.TitleWriter(s)Original albumLength
1."[untitled]"  0:09
2."Custering Train" Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Michael Stipe Visions of Excess 6:00
3."Lucky"Robert Kidney A Dead Horse 4:50
4."Angels" Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Syd Straw Blast of Silence 4:58
5."Diamond" Peter Holsapple Blast of Silence4:30
6."Brides of Jesus" Lowell George, Bill Payne Blast of Silence3:25
7."Buenos Aires"Anton Fier, Nicky Skopelitis, Syd StrawVisions of Excess3:40
8."Under the Cap"Anton Fier, Arto Lindsay The Golden Palominos 5:27
9."Silver Bullet"Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Syd StrawVisions of Excess5:00
10."A Letter Back"Robert KidneyA Dead Horse6:55
11."The Push and the Shove"Robert KidneyBlast of Silence4:22
12."Strong, Simple Silences"Peter Blegvad, Anton FierBlast of Silence4:15
13."Work Was New"Peter Blegvad, Anton FierBlast of Silence4:00
14."The Animal Speaks"Robert KidneyVisions of Excess4:00
15."Over" Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky SkopelitisA Dead Horse7:15
Disc two
No.TitleWriter(s)Original albumLength
1."I've Been the One" Lowell George Blast of Silence3:17
2."Boy (Go)"Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Michael StipeVisions of Excess5:15
3."Darklands"Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky SkopelitisA Dead Horse6:30
4."Something Becomes Nothing"Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Matthew Sweet Blast of Silence4:54
5."Wild River"Robert KidneyA Dead Horse4:30
6."Only One Party"Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Arto LindsayVisions of Excess4:30
7."Omaha" Skip Spence Visions of Excess3:10
8."(Kind Of) True"Anton Fier, Jody Harris, Syd StrawVisions of Excess4:35
9."Faithless Heart" Don Dixon, Anton Fier, Jody HarrisBlast of Silence4:00
10."I.D."Anton Fier, Arto LindsayThe Golden Palominos6:45
11."Angel of Death"Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky SkopelitisA Dead Horse4:35
12."Shattered Image"Amanda Kramer, Anton Fier, Nicky SkopelitisA Dead Horse5:15
13."(Something Else Is) Working Harder"Peter Blegvad, Anton Fier, Jody HarrisBlast of Silence5:10
14."[untitled]"  0:05

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References

  1. Ankeny, Jason. "Thundering Herd: The Best of the Golden Palominos". Allmusic. Retrieved November 30, 2012.