Why Should the Fire Die? (180g 2-LP)

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As Nickel Creek integrated more rock and pop elements into their music, they went in a new direction with their 2005 album – enlisting producers Eric Valentine and Tony Berg. Why Should The Fire Die? features original material such as “When in Rome,” “Helena” and “Jealous Moon.” It also includes a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Tomorrow Is a Long Time.” The Billboard Top 20 album earned two GRAMMY® nominations; Best Contemporary Folk Album and Best Country Instrumental Performance ("Scotch & Chocolate"). This 180-gram 2-LP set was cut at 45 RPM and mastered ALL-ANALOG from the original tapes.

A1. When In Rome
A2. Somebody More Like You
A3. Jealous Of The Moon
B1. Scotch & Chocolate
B2. Can't Complain
B3. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
C1. Eveline
C2. Stumptown
C3. Anthony
C4. Best Of Luck
D1. Doubting Thomas
D2. First And Last Waltz
D3. Helena
D4. Why Should The Fire Die?

• 2-LP gatefold set
• Cut at 45RPM and pressed at MPO on 180-gram vinyl
• First time availability as high resolution audio