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Vinyl LP pressing. 2013 release, the 14th album from the veteran Alt-Rock band. Curt Kirkwood, the band's singer/guitarist and primary songwriter, described the album as "real blown-up folk music". He elaborated: "I tried to write stuff that would stand on it's own - just the chords and the melodies, and play it kind of straight... I think that was the guiding boundary that I gave myself. It was one of those things where a lot of times, in the past especially, [bassist Cris Kirkwood] would go, 'Well, that's all there is? Let's put a Prog Rock part in the middle.' But I tried to hold it off as much as I could."
Vinyl LP pressing. 2013 release, the 14th album from the veteran Alt-Rock band. Curt Kirkwood, the band's singer/guitarist and primary songwriter, described the album as "real blown-up folk music". He elaborated: "I tried to write stuff that would stand on it's own - just the chords and the melodies, and play it kind of straight... I think that was the guiding boundary that I gave myself. It was one of those things where a lot of times, in the past especially, [bassist Cris Kirkwood] would go, 'Well, that's all there is? Let's put a Prog Rock part in the middle.' But I tried to hold it off as much as I could."
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ME
Catalog: 1341
Rel. Date: 04/16/2013
UPC: 020286213420

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Artist: Meat Puppets
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2013 release, the 14th album from the veteran Alt-Rock band. Curt Kirkwood, the band's singer/guitarist and primary songwriter, described the album as "real blown-up folk music". He elaborated: "I tried to write stuff that would stand on it's own - just the chords and the melodies, and play it kind of straight... I think that was the guiding boundary that I gave myself. It was one of those things where a lot of times, in the past especially, [bassist Cris Kirkwood] would go, 'Well, that's all there is? Let's put a Prog Rock part in the middle.' But I tried to hold it off as much as I could."
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