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Released a year before The National broke through with their third album "Alligator", 2004's "Cherry Tree" EP is a thrilling record which - thanks to its collection of delicate ballads and anthemic crowd-pleasers - sums up what they do best in under 30 minutes.
Now a firm fan-favourite, among "Cherry Tree"'s seven tracks are National classics ‘About Today’ and ‘All The Wine’, plus a thrilling live version of ‘Murder Me Rachael’ that reminds of the band's fearsome early live performances. "Cherry Tree" can be seen as the record that marks the moment when The National had truly found themselves, a bridge from what went before to a band ready to conquer the world.
Remastered at Abbey Road Studios, this 2021 repress stays faithful to its original artwork while the stunning new master helps make it sound as vital as ever, further emphasising the early signs of the sound that would go on to make them one of the finest and most beloved alternative bands of their generation.
|All The Wine||3:20|
|All Dolled-Up In Straps||4:11|
|Murder Me Rachael (Live)||3:37|
|A Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind)||5:22|