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Rockin' 1990 album with CRAZY HORSE back in the saddle! Features"Fuckin Up", "Mansion On The Hill" & "Mother Earth"
After a long period of unfocused weirdness, Young spotted grunge around the corner and declared unity with the loud, scruffy sounds coming from Seattle. The countryish ballads, such as the opening "Farmer John," get roaring Crazy Horse treatment, and the headbanging "F*!#in' Up" is the most self-effacing rock anthem since the Who recorded "I'm a Boy." Amid the clatter, though, there is beauty: Crazy Horse's sympathetic backup vocals turn "Mansion on the Hill" into a pretty pop song despite the electric guitars, and even the white noise that closes the 1990 album is soothing in a scream-therapy kind of way. --Steve Knopper
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language: : English
- Product Dimensions : 5.16 x 5.71 x 0.39 inches; 3.74 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Reprise
- Original Release Date : 1990
- Date First Available : December 9, 2006
- Label : Reprise
- ASIN : B000002LMK
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #35,571 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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A stunning album, with the white knuckle ride noise driving beautiful harmonies. I would have preferred a copy on vinyl, but the CD arrived in mint condition, and will be played loud until Neil releases a promised extended Ragged Glory album. One bum chord, or three: Framer John is so bad it's great and Piece of Sh*t rivals This Notes' for You in it's up yours attitude, so don't play it to impress your date over dinner!
Top reviews from other countries
Great live sounding production.
I listen to this when I drive.Suits it well.
I like Neil's rather shaky singing style and the rough style of guitar.
Terrible drumming though.
Best heard loud.
Neils live album from the tour that promoted this album called Weld continues the grungy vibe and is a belter!