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The Buried Life
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Dream Pop,Indie Rock,Noise Pop,Shoegaze
Recording date:
September, 1992 - July, 1993
Date of release:
Recording location:
Brad's living room
FLAC vers. size:
1551 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1961 mb
WMA vers. size:
1650 mb
Other formats
4.4 ★

Medicine (2) ‎– The Buried Life. Selo: American Recordings ‎– 724383940721, Labels ‎– 724383940721. Mixed By – Apthorp, Medicine (2), Hasal. Painting – Judy Koenig. Photography By – Richard Hassal. Photography By – Robert Yin. Photography By – Merlyn Rosenberg. Producer – Brad Laner. Violin, Viola – Miriam.

Medicine (2). The Buried Life ‎(2xLP, Album, Pin). ARBLP 5. Medicine (2). The Buried Life ‎(LP, Album). American Recordings, Beggars Banquet Primary.

With The Buried Life, Medicine's path ended up matching contemporaries Curve's to a striking degree; like the UK band, Medicine followed up their debut with a stronger second album in 1993 with greater overall variety leading the way. "Slut" might as well be a Curve homage in itself, with the band finding a perfect mix of Goodall's dance-nodding percussion, Thompson's coolly dismissive singing, and Laner's guitar sounding like a circular saw looping through sheet metal. And none other than art-pop lodestone Van Dyke Parks turns up with piano and orchestrations on "Live It Down" (as well as a bonus-track version of their almost-hit "Time Baby").

The Buried Life is the second album by American rock band Medicine, released on October 12, 1993 by American Recordings. Studio album by. Medicine.

This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/220 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Buried Life. BPM Profile The Buried Life. Album starts at 96BPM, ends at 220BPM (+124), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Medicine.

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Is The Buried Life the best album by Medicine? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. The Buried Life by Medicine (1993) Overall rank: 15,851st. Accolades: Top albums of 1993 (314th). Top albums of the 1990s (3,121st). Best albums of all time (15,851st).

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Pink Medicine 5:37
2 Babydoll Medicine 3:09
3 Slut Medicine 3:54
4 She Knows Everything Medicine 4:17
5 Something Goes Wrong Medicine 3:12
6 Never Click Medicine 6:04
7 Fried Awake Medicine 4:47
8 Beneath the Sands Medicine 4:37
9 Emmeline Medicine 2:53
10 I Hear Medicine 5:36
11 Live It Down Medicine 5:34
12 The Earth Is Soft and White Medicine 7:10
13 Time Baby VDP Medicine 4:06
14 Live It Down [Fast Version] Medicine 2:51
15 Whle Medicine 4:09
16 'Till I Die Medicine 3:20
17 Never Click [Single Version] Medicine 5:00

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Something Goes Wrong [Demo] Medicine 3:04
2 Wendy Told Me Medicine 3:22
3 Never Click [Demo] Medicine 5:20
4 A Farther Down [Demo] Medicine 1:18
5 Semapore Medicine 3:42
6 Tape Skronk Medicine 1:04
7 She Knows Everything [Demo] Medicine 4:35
8 Figured as Much Medicine 3:00
9 Slut [Demo] Medicine 4:09
10 Beneath Medicine 3:03
11 Worried Medicine 4:19
12 The Pink [Sessions] Medicine 7:35
13 Whle [Basic Track] Medicine 2:05
14 Beneath the Sands [Session] Medicine 2:44
15 Walnut 3 Medicine 2:36
16 Live It Down [Basic Track] Medicine 5:03
17 Babydoll Medicine 3:08
18 5ive Medicine 4:01
19 Lime Sicks Medicine 15:16


Chris Apthorp - Engineer
Stephanie Fife - Cello
Jim Garafolo - String Arrangements
Jim Goodall - Drums, Tape Recorders, Water Effects
Richard Hasal - Assistant
Dana Jacobsen - Engineer, Live Sound
Jerry Koenig - Photography
Judy Koenig - Cover Painting
Brad Laner - Bass, Guitars, Musician, Noise, Piano, Producer, Reissue Producer, Synthesizer, Vocals
Josh Laner - Drums
Miriam Mayer - String Arrangements, Viola, Violin
Ryan McCardle - Design, Layout
Medicine - Primary Artist
Jose Montaño - Original Photography
Fredrik Nilsen - Original Photography
Dean Opseth - Bass
Van Dyke Parks - Arranger, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Piano
Jim Putnam - Guitar, Musician, Trombone
Merlyn Rosenberg - Portrait Photography
Eddie Ruscha - Bass, Musician
Beth Thompson - Tape, Vocals
Bernard Yin - Guitar
Robert Yin - Original Photography
  • Wrathshaper
Brian Wilson meets punk rock. Sure it isn't as fast as most punk, but it has that raw spirit. Many people tend to place this album in the shoegazing genre, but there seems to be very little gazing at the shoes here. Brad Laner seems much more content to beat our heads in with his thin, trebly distorted guitars while Beth Thompson croons confidently along with them. (For examples of this, check out the one-two punch of "Something Goes Wrong" -> "Never Click.") An inspired album that goes beyond classification.