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Four Thieves Gone: The Robbinsville Sessions is the fourth studio album by The Avett Brothers. It was released on February 6, 2006 on the Ramseur Records label. It contains 17 listed songs and 2 hidden tracks and runs for 72 minutes.

On November 20, 2012 the album was made available as a limited-run LP record on 3 vinyls. On December 31, 2013 500 copies of the vinyl in white were given to New Years Eve VIP attendees. Both editions of the vinyl contain a bonus record containing 6 additional songs.

Track ListingEdit

Four Thieves Gone vinyl set

2012 limited-run vinyl

4TG vinyl

2013 limited-run white vinyl

4TG vinyl inside

Limited-run vinyl inside

  1. "Talk on Indolence"
  2. "Pretty Girl from Feltre"
  3. "Colorshow"
  4. "Distraction #74"
  5. "16 in July"
  6. "Left on Laura, Left on Lisa"
  7. "A Lover Like You"
  8. "Pretend Love"
  9. "Matrimony"
  10. "The Lowering: (A Sad Day in Greenvilletown)"
  11. "The Fall"
  12. "Dancing Daze"
  13. "Famous Flower of Manhattan"
  14. "40 East"
  15. "Gimmeakiss"
  16. "Denouncing November Blue (Uneasy Writer)"
  17. "Four Thieves Gone"
  18. "The Fall" (hidden track)
  19. "Honeycutt" (hidden track)
Limited-run vinyl extras
  1. "Pretty Girl from Rowan County"
  2. "The Bloody Apology"
  3. "The Strangest Thing"
  4. "The Worst Thing"
  5. "Honey Can I Count on You"
  6. "Hand Me Down Tune" (Robbinsville session version, not Emotionalism version.)

ProductionEdit

For 10 days in 2005 The Avett Brothers rented a lake house in Robbinsville, North Carolina and recorded 31 songs, including five songs written by friend and collaborator Paleface and one, "Honey Can I Count on You", written by Ian Thomas. 17 of the songs (including one written by Paleface, "Dancing Daze") made the album.

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