May 23, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Deluxe CD release of Native Sons//Radio Tokyo/5by5 on Discogs/5(10). An early-'90s CD gathering 's EP and the following year's Native Sons, both long out of print on vinyl by that time, this disc is all the Long Ryders one really needs. The Long Ryders would gain a lot in the way of depth and ambition by the time they next entered a studio, but proved they already had the talent, vision, and energy that would make them one of the more memorable American bands of the s. [ later appeared as a bonus on the CD release of the group's first full-length album, Native Sons, with an outtake, "The Trip," added to the 6/
Native Sons / (CD) The Long Ryders Native Sons (CD) The Long Ryders View More. Label Releases. The Ruby Sea (LP) Thin White Rope The Trip. The Long Ryders And She Rides. The Long Ryders Born to Believe in You. The Long Ryders. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Native Sons on Discogs. Label: Frontier Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock. The Long Ryders: Native Sons. Native Sons was the first full-length album by the Long Ryders and the one that established their eclectic mixture of Byrds/Clash/Flying Burrito Brothers' influences. The band recycled those influences, literally, going so far as to recreate the cover of an unreleased Buffalo Springfield album, Stampede, for Native Sons and using the producer of the first two Flying Burrito Brothers albums Price: $ Native Sons is the last of the Long Ryders' three studio albums to be given the remastered-and-expanded treatment, somewhat ironic as it's the Ryders' debut album. The album opens with two alt country-rock ravers "Final Wild Son" and "Still Get By", then slows a beat for the beautiful Byrds pastiche "Ivory Tower", in which original Byrd Gene. The first release in by the Long Ryders with Des Brewer on bass. Reissued by Demon/Zippo in the UK in with an extra track, The Trip, dating from , and included on some CD releases of. The first full length album, and a fixture of the indie charts in The Frontier and Zippo CD versions include the mini album, but the latest Demon/Diabolo version () does not.