Rites of Passage (Bonus Track Version) - Indigo Girls

Rites of Passage (Bonus Track Version)

Indigo Girls

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 1992-06-03
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • ℗ 1992, 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Three Hits Indigo Girls 3:10 USD 1.29
2
Galileo Indigo Girls 4:12 USD 0.99
3
Ghost Indigo Girls 5:14 USD 0.99
4
Joking Indigo Girls 3:34 USD 1.29
5
Jonas & Ezekial Indigo Girls 4:08 USD 1.29
6
Love Will Come to You Indigo Girls 4:37 USD 1.29
7
Romeo and Juliet Indigo Girls 4:43 USD 1.29
8
Virginia Woolf Indigo Girls 5:28 USD 1.29
9
Chickenman Indigo Girls 5:44 USD 1.29
10
Airplane Indigo Girls 3:21 USD 1.29
11
Nashville Indigo Girls 3:57 USD 0.99
12
Let It Be Me Indigo Girls 3:54 USD 1.29
13
Cedar Tree Indigo Girls 3:46 USD 1.29
14
Three Hits (Live) [Bonus Track Indigo Girls 3:17 USD 1.29
15
Love Will Come to You (Live) [ Indigo Girls 4:51 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Love it!

    5
    By uffgeek
    Another great Indigo Girls' album filled with beautiful lyrics and great melodies.
  • Rites of Passage

    5
    By John Donovan
    The Mississippi's mighty, it starts in Minnesota at a place you can walk across five steps down... Ghost The lyrical beauty of this album is breath-taking. I saw Joan Baez the year this album debuted. She preformed a song from it with the introduction that went something like "I'm now going to sing a song from perhaps the two best singer songwriters in the business today." Enough said.
  • ... Pivotal Moments in Ones Life ...

    5
    By NicoKane
    They say there are 8 pivotal moments in ones life & there are several Rites of Passage that we must all "go thru." As I was going thru one of my pivotal moments & certainly a rite of passage from my early 20's into adulthood, Rites of Passage was very much a part of my every day, a lot of my decisions & like a lot of music, it got me thru some really hard times... I LOVE IG, their lyrics have always touched a part of my soul & their harmony always puts a smile on my face. If you were to only buy one IG album, I suggest Rites! I guarantee you'll relate to at least 1 of their songs. IG has a gift of hitting you in "that" place even if you're just half listening... Can't say enough about this album! Just buy it!! Long live Amy & Emily!! Peace
  • This is my favorite Indigo Girls Album too!

    5
    By technoraider
    Maybe it's that I got Rites of Passage at an important coming-of-age point in my life (I was 19) but I STILL LOVE Rites of Passage (and I am in my early 30's now). My second fave would be Swamp Ophelia - that's the album that turned me on to the Indigo Girls. I was in my friends car and was like "What is that heavenly noise?" ;-) RoP is one of my choices for if-you-were-stuck-on-an-island-by-yourself-and-could-take-5-CDs... (and a cd player, and a power source)
  • Budgie on drums

    4
    By Johnnyj38
    One of my all time favorite albums for sure. Galileo and Love Come to You are 2 songs that ring around in my head constantly. I met Siouxsie and the Banshees when they were in Atlanta and Budgie was recording with the Girls. Their voices and melodies with that rhythm is magical. Buy it and turn it UP.
  • One of the BEST

    5
    By Phrankey
    This is by far one of the BEST CD's in my collection!!! It sounds as if it should be a greatest hits collection.
  • Beautiful

    5
    By sTaRwArSlUvR
    I've been listening to this album since I was 2 (my dad and I used to "dance" to Galileo). Rediscovered it again 3 years ago, love everything about it. By miles it is the most played album on my computer, with Romeo and Juliet and Love Will Come To You dominating the play count. The raw passion in Romeo and Juliet (something Dire Straits version just doesn't have for me), and the quiet sorrow in Love Will Come To You blows me away everytime. A must buy for anybody.
  • all-time favorite

    5
    By smaels
    I own hundreds of albums and over 30,000 songs across many genres. This is without a doubt the most-played album in my collection. I absolutely love every single song on this album, from the haunting beauty of "Ghost" (my vote for most beautiful song of all time), to the playfulness in "Joking" and "Airplane", to the raw emotion in their fantastic remake of the Dire Straits classic "Romeo and Juliet". And of course "Galileo". Every song on this album is better than any song on most albums. I rarely go a month without returning to this album, even after all these years and countless plays. I recently had the pleasure of seeing them play a sold-out acoustic show in Richmond, VA that was just amazing. They are an underappreciated talent, and I hope over time more people discover this hidden gem of an album.
  • Music of My Youth

    5
    By ErinJenna
    Even as a very small child, my sister and I were raised on this CD. My parents love to travel and love to listen to folk music, and they have passed this love on to me. This is absolutely my favorite CD of all time. The memories I have from listening to this in my mom's Saab on the way to new places come back to me every time I listen to a track. I am performing a cover of "Galileo" for my Chorale individual recital. I am completely in love with these women and the genre they have made their own.
  • 2008/03/07 - Let It Be This One!

    5
    By Hig Hirtenflirst
    This is - by far - my favorite Indigo Girls collection. It's been that way almost since the day I first bought it, and it continues to be. If you were to buy only one their albums, let it be this one. (See how I cleverly worked in one of the song titles there? I'm a capital-J genius!) Highlights include "Galileo," "Ghost," "Jonas & Ezekial," and the Dire Straits cover "Romeo and Juliet." Don't let that stop you from buying the whole album, though. You won't be disappointed. Five stars for each Girl!

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