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Audio, Cassette, February 9, 1994
One of my favorite albums of all times, and I listen to just about everything.
Also, please check out Sweet relief 2 compilation with great covers of Vic's material by REM, Madonna, Live, Dog's eye View, Sparklehorse, Kristin Hersh...
The closest comparison I can make is to Bob Dylan mixed with REM (which makes sense when you consider Michael Stipe produced this album).
I might as well say look at my review of Drunk. In fact, I will. Buy this album, and every other Vic Chesnutt and Brute album you can lay your hands on while you can lay your... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kimberly I. Minor
God rest his soul, this is a glorious collection of songs from a brilliant man. Heart wrenching and beautiful at every turn. Read morePublished on May 25, 2012 by Luis F Guevara
When did this album come out? in the 80"s?
I just put it on today, and it is still great!
This is a very deep album. Very well played and sung. But why has the original order of the song been changed while throwing in the bonus tracks?Published on November 16, 2009 by Paolo Bianchi
I must admit i'm quite surprised to see only 2 reviews for such a great album (at least, 2 five stars). Read morePublished on July 26, 2009 by Jim Baude
I heard Vic Chesnutt's "About to Choke" at a listening station in Tower when it was released, and thought, "okay, here's one guy I don't need to bother with. Read morePublished on December 3, 2003 by P. Wilson
This is the early raw Chestnutt, when accompaniment was minimal, predominantly acoustic and when he was desperate to wrestle every lyrical jewel into every little space. Read morePublished on April 26, 2003 by Stanley B.
Vic Chesnutt is the Cat Stevens of the indie rock set, but before you claw my eyes out, I mean it as a compliment: he is much darker, more twisted, more visionary than old Cat, but... Read morePublished on August 16, 2001
I can't believe the guy here who says this is his worst album...this is definitely one of his best and displays a range of dynamic sensability and theme which i have found lacking... Read morePublished on June 4, 2000 by John Edwards