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  • Singer: Jets To Brazil
  • Album: Orange Rhyming Dictionary
  • MP3: 1405 mb | FLAC: 1340 mb
  • Released: 1998
  • Country: US
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Emo, Punk, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 358
Jets To Brazil - Orange Rhyming Dictionary mp3 flac

Complete your Jets To Brazil collection. referencing Orange Rhyming Dictionary, 2xLP, Album, RE, Cle, JT1038. I just listened to this new clear vinyl reissue and the sound is pretty bad. Just sounds muddled, mix-wise.

Worth it alone to wallow in the album’s climactic refrain of You keep fucking up my life! If it doesn’t send a shiver to your spine, call the medics. supported by 34 fans who also own Orange Rhyming Dictionary. One of the best albums I've ever listened to. I've been trying to rip off Red and Blue Jeans for years of my life now, just a brilliant song on a brilliant album. it's messy and beautiful Campbell Gray. Sprained Ankle by Julien Baker. supported by 28 fans who also own Orange Rhyming Dictionary buggo30.

Orange Rhyming Dictionary is the debut album by American rock band Jets to Brazil, released October 27, 1998 on Jade Tree Records. It was recorded at Easley McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee. It was engineered and produced by J. Robbins along with Stuart Sikes. The album was the first official release by Blake Schwarzenbach since the breakup of Jawbreaker two years earlier, marking a departure from punk rock he was known for in favour of a more indie rock sound

Being one of the more anticipated independent releases of 1998, Orange Rhyming Dictionary combines emo-inflected pop sensibilities with the occasional keyboards. Despite the occasional use of wah-wah pedal guitars in "I Typed for Miles," which sounds almost identical to Nirvana's "Heart Shaped Box," Jets to Brazil live up to their hype. Most of the songs clock in at an epic length while containing storytelling lyrics with Blake Schwarzenbach's (formerly of Jawbreaker) trademark raspy vocals. Mood swings also accompany the sound of Orange Rhyming Dictionary, which.

Orange Rhyming Dictionary was the crtitically acclaimed 1998 debut by the American band Jets to Brazil. It was the first release from Blake Schwarzenbach after the breakup of his previous band Jawbreaker. The title is in reference of the fact that there are no words in the English dictionary that are a perfect rhyme with the word ‘orange. Orange Rhyming Dictionary Q&A. Producers J. Robbins. Writers Blake Schwarzenbach. Bass Jérémy Chatelain.

Orange Rhyming Dictionary (1998) - download mp3 or listen online. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Orange Rhyming Dictionary (1998).

Orange Rhyming Dictionary’s bright cover (which bares similarities to influential and fellow Jade Tree band Cap'n Jazz's anthology album) is rather deceiving, as the albums general tone is quite depressing, but it is actually one of the records greatest strengths along with the lyrics, though they intertwine. Blake is always open with his poetic lyrics as they come off as personal, inspiring, relatable, authentic and anything else along those lines  . Jets To Brazil’s underrated debut is up there with some of Blake’s, or any of the band member’s most excellent work. Full of many moods and styles, honest and thought provoking lyrics, and a select group of some of the best songs you’ll come across.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Orange Rhyming Dictionary (1998) by Jets To Brazil. This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/154 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Tracklist - Orange Rhyming Dictionary.

Throughout Orange Rhyming Dictionary, Schwarzenbach shifted his lyrical focus away from the topics Jawbreaker was known for. While his old band doled out great love songs, or perhaps lack-of-love songs, Jets To Brazil only treaded lightly on those topics. For the most part, Schwarzenbach was exploring subjects that disconnected him from the center of the stories, but there were flashes of him that would occasionally come into focus. And of course there was Jets To Brazil’s one-time tourmates in The Promise Ring, who made a record of pure Beatles worship on 2002’s Wood/Water, an album that would feel like a spiritual cousin of the Jets’ catalog.


1 Crown Of The Valley 4:55
2 Morning New Disease 4:16
3 Resistance Is Futile 3:00
4 Starry Configurations 4:03
5 Chinatown 5:35
6 Sea Anemone 5:20
7 Lemon Yellow Black 4:02
8 Conrad 4:58
9 King Medicine 5:42
10 I Typed For Miles 5:33
11 Sweet Avenue 5:16

Companies, etc.

  • Produced At – Easley McCain Recording
  • Engineered At – Easley McCain Recording
  • Mastered At – West West Side Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jade Tree
  • Copyright (c) – Jade Tree
  • Designed At – The Collection Agency


  • Art Direction, Design – J. Gnewikow*
  • Bass, Harmony Vocals [Harmony] – Jeremy Chatelain
  • Drums, Other [Directions] – Chris Daly
  • Engineer – Stuart Sikes
  • Mastered By – Alan Douches
  • Other [Typing], Vocals [Recitation], Strings, Keyboards [Keys] – Blake Schwarzenbach
  • Photography By – Chrissy Piper
  • Producer – J. Robbins


Tour only version on two translucent Orange LPs. With insert.

From CD booklet:
"The Orange Rhyming Dictionary was produced and well-peppered by J. Robbins and engineered by Stuart Sikes at Easley Studios in Memphis during the first two weeks of August 1998. Mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.

Photography by Chrissy Piper. Art direction and design by J. Gnewikow at The Collection Agency.

Thanking all of them and you.

(C) and (P) Jade Tree 1998. JT1038"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: JT-1038
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L794
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 203K
  • Matrix / Runout: L-50790

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JT1038 Jets To Brazil Orange Rhyming Dictionary ‎(CD, Album) Jade Tree JT1038 US 1998
JT1038 Jets To Brazil Orange Rhyming Dictionary ‎(2xLP, Album) Jade Tree JT1038 US 1998
JT1038 Jets To Brazil Orange Rhyming Dictionary ‎(2xLP, Album, Ora) Jade Tree JT1038 US 1998
JT1038 Jets To Brazil Orange Rhyming Dictionary ‎(CD, Album) Jade Tree JT1038 US 1998
LP/CD JT1038 Jets To Brazil Orange Rhyming Dictionary ‎(CD, Album) Jade Tree LP/CD JT1038 US 1998