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March 16-20, 1992

by Uncle Tupelo

March 16-20, 1992 by Uncle Tupelo

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March 16-20, 1992

by Uncle Tupelo

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Label: Columbia/Legacy
Produced by REM guitarist Peter Buck, the politically biting, ominous song cycle of this group's mostly acoustic third LP solidifies their stature as uncompromising and original founders of a new hybrid of American music -- even if the scale here tips considerably toward the latter half of the punk/country fusion. Considering that it was released during the ascent of the grunge movement, the acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins and shuffling tunes make a powerfully original statement that still resonates with untold social and musical awareness.

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Produced by REM guitarist Peter Buck, the politically biting, ominous song cycle of this group's mostly acoustic third LP solidifies their stature as uncompromising and original founders of a new hybrid of American music -- even if the scale here tips considerably toward the latter half of the punk/country fusion. Considering that it was released during the ascent of the grunge movement, the acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins and shuffling tunes make a powerfully original statement that still resonates with untold social and musical awareness.

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About This Album

Produced by REM guitarist Peter Buck, the politically biting, ominous song cycle of this group's mostly acoustic third LP solidifies their stature as uncompromising and original founders of a new hybrid of American music -- even if the scale here tips considerably toward the latter half of the punk/country fusion. Considering that it was released during the ascent of the grunge movement, the acoustic guitars, banjos, mandolins and shuffling tunes make a powerfully original statement that still resonates with untold social and musical awareness.