Infobox Album | Name = Gemstones
Type = Album
Artist = Adam Green

Released = February 22, 2005 (U.S.)
January 10, 2005 (EU)
Recorded =
Genre = Indie rock
Length = 31:39
Label = Rough Trade Records
Producer =
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|4.5|5 [ link]
*Pitchfork (5.5/10) [ 21 January 2005]
*"Rolling Stone" Rating|2|5 [ 10 February 2005]
Last album = "Friends of Mine"
This album = "Gemstones"
Next album = "Jacket Full of Danger"

"This article is about a music album. For information about the minerals, see Gemstone. For other meanings, see Gemstone (disambiguation)."

"Gemstones" is the third solo album by Adam Green, released in 2005. The album is characterised by the heavy presence of Wurlitzer piano, whereas its predecessor relied on a string section in its instrumentation.

Track listing

"All songs by Adam Green."
#Gemstones – 2:24
#Down On The Street – 2:07
#He's The Brat – 2:03
#Over The Sunrise – 1:44
#Crackhouse Blues – 2:07
#Before My Bedtime – 2:40
#Carolina – 2:51
#Emily – 2:45
#Who's Your Boyfriend – 1:42
#Country Road – 2:27
#Choke on a Cock – 1:38
#Bible Club – 1:52
#Chubby Princess – 1:43
#Losing on a Tuesday – 1:46
#Teddy Boys – 1:50

econd Disc

A limited edition of the album came with an extra disc with the following tracklisting:

# Bible Club (Radio Session)
# Emily (Radio Session)
# My Shadow Tags On Behind (Radio Session)
# Her Father And Her (Radio Session)
# Dance With Me (Video)
# Baby's Gonna Die Tonight(Video)
# Jessica (Video)
# Friends of Mine (Video)

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