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New WilcoYankee Hotel Foxtrot ... CD CD format
Nonesuch, 2002. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Titles include "Kamera", "Radio Cure", "Jesus Etc", "Heavy Metal Drummer", "Reservations", "Poor Places", "Pot Kettle Black", "I Am Trying To Break Your Heart", and "Ashes Of American Flags". CD
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New WilcoAM ... CD CD format
Reprise, 1995. Used ... Out Of Stock
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New WilcoSummerteeth ... CD CD format
Nonesuch, 1999. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Uncle TupeloStill Feel Gone ... CD CD format
Rockville, 1991. Used ... $3.99
Uncle Tupelo's excellent second album, proving that No Depression was no fluke! The group wasn't about to repeat themselves, even though their ballsy mix of rural midwestern roots and raw, blistering guitars was already influencing soon-to-be more famous alt-era hitmakers. There's still some loudness here, but there's also more acoustic material on his one, pointing the way towards the end of Uncle Tupelo and the start of Son Volt and Wilco. Includes "Gun", "Looking For A Way Out", "Nothing", "Punch Drunk", "Post Card", "D. Boon", "True To Life", "Cold Shoulder" , "If That's Alright" and more. CD
(Out of print first pressing.)
 
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UnwoundNo Energy (3LP set) ... LP LP format
Numero, 1995/1996. New Copy 3LP (reissue)... $26.99 39.98
Numero's great Unwound excavation moves into the mid 90s for No Energy – featuring the underground rock heroes' timeless The Future Of What and Repetition LPs, plus rare singles and live recordings from the period – in a 3LP, 33 song box set! The albums were originally issued in fairly rapid succession, considering modern era release patterns – The Future Of What was released in the the spring of 1995 and Repetition followed barely a year later – and both LPs find the band hanging on to their invigorating post-punk inspired roots, though layering in more ambitious, noisy textures, without compromising the insisting songcraft. It hasn't aged a day! Comes with loads of photographs and a long, engrossing essay by band diarist David Wilcox. Tracks include "New Energy", "Demolished", "Natural Disasters", "Equally Stupid", "Vern's Answer To The Masses", "Disappoint", "Corpse Pose", "Lady Elect", "For Your Entertainment", "Next Exit", "Seen Not Heard", Swan", "Pardon My French", "Message Received", "Here Come The Dogs" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 
 



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