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No Depression (180g Music On Vinyl Colored Vinyl) Vinyl LP

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genre-defining 1990 debut from Illinois alt country band
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"No Depression is cited as one of the most important albums in the alternative country genre. Due to the impact of the album on alternative country, the term 'No Depression' is sometimes used as a synonym for the genre - especially after a country music magazine named itself after the album. The album helped kick start a revolution which reverberated throughout the American underground. In 1999, Spin Magazine listed the album as one of the Top 90 Albums of the 90s. Its punk attitude, combined with Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy's lyrical depictions of rural, blue-collar life paint grim portraits of Midwestern existence, left a long-lasting legacy. No Depression is now available as limited edition (only 1500 copies) on crystal clear vinyl. Each album is individually numbered and housed in a deluxe heavyweight jacket with special leather-look laminate finish." - Music On Vinyl

  • genre-defining 1990 debut from Illinois alt country band Uncle Tupelo
  • 180g clear colored vinyl pressing
  • housed in deluxe laminate-textured sleeve
  • individually stamped + numbered
  • limited edition of 1500
  • music label: Music On Vinyl 2021
UPC: 8719262013636


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