The Green Album or Green album may refer to: Days of the New (1999 album), colloquially known as the Green Album, by Days of the New. The Green Album (John S. Hall and King Missile album). The Green Album (Kottonmouth Kings album), 2008. The Green Album (Skankin' Pickle album), 1996. Grinspoon (EP) or Green EP, 1995 début EP by Grinspoon. Gumby (album), a 1989 album colloquially known as the Green Album.
Yellow & Green is the third studio album by the American sludge metal band Baroness. The double album was released on July 17, 2012 through Relapse Records. On May 14, 2012, the first single "Take My Bones Away" was revealed on Baroness' official YouTube channel. The second single "March to the Sea" was released on June 13, 2012. The third single "Eula" was debuted on Liquid Metal Sirius XM on June 18, 2012. Yellow & Green is the last Baroness last album with founding drummer Allen Blickle.
And now we have Yellow And Green the newest release from Georgia Metal band Baroness. They’re from the same Southern sludge metal scene as Mastodon, Kylesa, etc. And like Mastodon’s The Hunter, Baroness are taking a stab towards the mainstream, drawing from elements of 90’s alternative as well as classic rock. In many ways this is an even more risky move, as ‘Yellow and Green‘ is mellower than ‘The Hunter’ which might alienate them from the hardcore metal crowd. But I like it just fine
Gatefold sleeve with 2 printed innersleeves. Sticker also carries information about limitation, weight and colour of the record. Tracks are listed sequentially for both LPs. Both albums have A&B sides.
Yellow is the color that seeable with human eyes. Appear between green and orange. It's a song from Coldplay. They named yellow one of their songs. When it comes to the yellow, we have more than one options. Between green and orange, there is no only one version of yellow. To proof this, I made a list of shades of yellow color. Feel free to use your design work. Yellow & Green is last album to feature Allen Blicke.