Rhino/Warner Bros.
Release date
31 Aug 2004
Running length
8 tracks
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1 The Grateful Dead - St. Stephen (Remastered LP Version) 4:25 38
2 The Grateful Dead - Dupree's Diamond Blues (Remastered LP Version) 3:31 28
3 The Grateful Dead - Rosemary (Remastered LP Version) 1:58 30
4 The Grateful Dead - Doin' That Rag (Remastered LP Version) 4:40 31
5 The Grateful Dead - Mountains Of The Moon (Remastered LP Version) 4:01 29
6 The Grateful Dead - China Cat Sunflower (Remastered LP Version) 3:39 36
7 The Grateful Dead - What's Become Of The Baby (Remastered LP Version) 8:10 20
8 The Grateful Dead - Cosmic Charlie (Remastered LP Version) 5:28 22

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Guitar History:

During and after the recording of this album, Ron Wickersham, of Alembic bass fame, mounted the first active electronics in an instrument in the U.S. By modifying Phil Lesh’s Guild Starfire bass with a preamp on the pickup terminals, the high frequencies of the Hagstrom pickups he used were preserved.

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  • AnaalForsage

    I've always wondered if the skull on the cover was supposed to look like a penis head

    18 Feb 8:11am Reply
  • AnaCBarros

    Álbum muito do bão!

    18 Jan 4:56pm Reply
  • TriptheLight

    i can see where avey tare got his influence from

    13 Sep 2014 Reply
  • TheRealGrog

    It's pronounced "I Ate The Acid" LMAO

    4 Aug 2014 Reply
  • JamesHippieKid

    Amazingly amazing!

    18 Dec 2012 Reply
  • rotting_schntzl

    nah, that's the spice element here!

    11 Nov 2010 Reply
  • unitedpoultry

    This album would've been perfect without "What's Become of The Baby".

    8 Aug 2010 Reply
  • tsarsofthelid

    Find the original mix if you can, it's way more fun than the remastered version.

    22 Jan 2010 Reply
  • belial__666

    Not an easy band to get into but once i was hooked, that was all she wrote. DEADHEAD FOR LIFE...

    21 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Matt1113

    How is this album pronounced?

    3 May 2009 Reply
  • Lucifer-Sam

    I wouldn't call this album a starting point its more like a finishing line!!

    10 Mar 2009 Reply
  • timpape

    @Zeppelin-Rocker: Agreed. It was my starting point. I like it a lot. Nice Avatar btw

    3 Mar 2009 Reply
  • danthemusicman1

    Nah man. My first album by them was American Beauty, and I fuckin loved it so much I played it out. Then I got their other albums, this one included. Now I saw the Dead live several times and it is an amazing experience. But I disagree with ppl who say they didn't make some great studio albums. This is one of them. Except China Cat... does sound a lot better live, but other than that it's gold

    21 Nov 2008 Reply
  • Zeppelin-Rocker

    I agree to some extent. Although I very much love live dead albums, I think newcomers shouldnt start with them or even their more famous studio albums like AB and WMD because they can be very difficult to get into (at first). This albums a very good starting point.

    9 Oct 2008 Reply
  • FijneWIET

    btw, to me this album sounds so BRITISH...

    10 Jan 2008 Reply
  • FijneWIET

    WOW, mindblowing a gem, superb.... I never knew.. I-I always considered The Dead to be a typical live-act, producing extremely BORING studio albums... I mean.. I have tried.. I disliked all of them, and now I found THIS... flabbergasted

    10 Jan 2008 Reply

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