The Brian Jonestown Massacre recorded their sixth album, Give It Back!, in 1997 after relocating to Los Angeles from San Francisco. Records released the EP, Bringing It All Back Home – Again, a collection of songs largely written and recorded around the time the band were working on Give It Back! and Strung Out In Heaven.
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The ever-prolific Brian Jonestown Massacre takes a detour onto the Which label for a six-song, half-hour affair that stands in stark contrast to their usual sprawling opuses. Since it's probably the BJM's most countryish outing to date, Bringing It All Back Home is able to differentiate itself from their extensive back catalog, and its conciseness (apart from epic closer "Arkansas Revisited") actually makes it easier to assimilate all at once than some of the group's hour-plus full-lengths.
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The Brian Jonestown Massacre chronology. Strung Out in Heaven (1998). Bringing It All Back Home -Again (1999). Bravery, Repetition and Noise (2001). The album's title is a play on the Bob Dylan album Bringing It All Back Home. The song "Arkansas" is a slightly reworked cover of a Charles Manson song found on Lie: The Love & Terror Cult. Until 2012, this EP was the last release to feature Matt Hollywood, who left the band following an onstage argument, footage of which can be seen in the documentary film Dig!. The Way It Was" – 2:50. Mansion in the Sky" – 2:19.