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Audio, Cassette, October 17, 1990
I don't know how to categorize this album. The California sound of the late 70's and 80's had a lot of great bands but the Minutemen don't sound like any of them, at least to me. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Cedarview
I've always been bad at being part of a movement. It's the labeling thing that gets on my nerves. I suppose it works from a marketing standpoint, but it has always seemed too... Read morePublished 26 days ago by S. Sclafani
Minutemen at their best, jamming econo. Really is a glimpse into the most fertile work of a seminal punk rock trio. If it's not a gig, it's a flier.Published 7 months ago by enfusiate
i feel compelled to pile on here
the best album ever recorded.
i must look like a dork
Rediculous musicianship. The skill level of the players on this album is second to none. Mike Watt is a force to be heard and felt on bass. D. Boone (R.I.P. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John Stoffick
Beautiful old school gatefold sleeve album without shiny plastic foil and no bar code, like a double LP's from past times.
Very carefully packed, shipped on time. Read more
This is my one "desert island" album (presuming electricity and some device for playing recorded/digital music, etc.)
Might not be your choice but it's mine.
When people think of 1980's underground scene...they think Black Flag, Bad Brains, Minor Threat or Husker Du. But Minutemen were the actual only band that mattered.Published 23 months ago by Akeem Tinsley
I LOVE tracks 33, 20 and 9 -THEY RULE!!! Track 9 is very addictive to me.
Otherwise I'm not really into the other songs on this album -usually the way it goes with me... Read more