The National's early catalog remastered and reissued!
2004's Cherry Tree EP — delicate ballads and anthemic crowd-pleasers!
Remastered for vinyl at Abbey Road Studios
Faithfully reproduced original artwork
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-favorite, among Cherry Tree's seven tracks are now National classics "About Today" and "All The Wine," plus a thrilling live version of "Murder Me Rachael" that's a reminder 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. And with this new master, it's never sounded better too.
|1. Wasp Nest|
|2. All The Wine|
|3. All Dolled-Up In Straps|
|4. Cherry Tree|
|1. About Today|
|2. Murder Me Rachel (Live)|
|3. Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind)|