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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Uncle Tupelo's landmark opening salvo is the group's most rock-oriented album, steeped more in breakneck speed, punk crunch, and guitar dissonance than any of their subsequent efforts. Indeed, despite the presence of mandolins, fiddles, and banjos -- as well as inclusion of the title track, a faithful cover of the A.P. Carter classic -- the trio's vaunted country leanings are less musical than thematic on No Depression, thanks in large part to singers/songwriters Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy's acute depictions of rural, blue-collar life. Like the Replacements -- never more obvious an influence than on this LP -- Uncle Tupelo's songs paint grim, unrelenting portraits of ...
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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Uncle Tupelo's landmark opening salvo is the group's most rock-oriented album, steeped more in breakneck speed, punk crunch, and guitar dissonance than any of their subsequent efforts. Indeed, despite the presence of mandolins, fiddles, and banjos -- as well as inclusion of the title track, a faithful cover of the A.P. Carter classic -- the trio's vaunted country leanings are less musical than thematic on No Depression, thanks in large part to singers/songwriters Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy's acute depictions of rural, blue-collar life. Like the Replacements -- never more obvious an influence than on this LP -- Uncle Tupelo's songs paint grim, unrelenting portraits of aimless Midwestern existence, split between days working on the opening cut's "Factory Belt" and nights spent blurry-eyed and wasted "Whiskey Bottle," "Before I Break". Still, for all of the record's doleful cynicism -- virtually every cut nods toward dashed hopes, broken promises, and paralyzing fear -- there's an undeniable electricity afoot as well; by channeling the mournful clarity of country into the crackling fury of punk, No Depression brings new life to both musical camps.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/15/2003
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 696998642720
  • Catalog Number: 86427

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Graveyard Shift (4:43)
  2. 2 That Year (2:59)
  3. 3 Before I Break (2:48)
  4. 4 No Depression (2:20)
  5. 5 Factory Belt (3:13)
  6. 6 Whiskey Bottle (4:46)
  7. 7 Outdone (2:48)
  8. 8 Train (3:18)
  9. 9 Life Worth Livin' (3:32)
  10. 10 Flatness (2:58)
  11. 11 So Called Friend (3:12)
  12. 12 Screen Door (2:42)
  13. 13 John Hardy (2:22)
  14. 14 Left in the Dark (3:10)
  15. 15 Won't Forget (2:50)
  16. 16 Sin City (3:53)
  17. 17 Whiskey Bottle (4:41)
  18. 18 No Depression (2:18)
  19. 19 Blues Die Hard (4:08)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Uncle Tupelo Primary Artist
Jay Farrar Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals
Rich Gilbert Pedal Steel Guitar
Michael Heidorn Cymbals, Drums, Background Vocals
Sean Slade Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jeff Tweedy Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Vocals
Technical Credits
Rich Mullins Composer
Uncle Tupelo Producer
Jay Farrar Liner Notes
Michael Heidorn Liner Notes
Nicholas Hill Producer
Paul Q. Kolderie Sound Effects, Producer, Engineer
David Reeves Producer
Sean Slade Producer, Engineer
Bob Irwin Reissue Producer
Vic Anesini Mastering
J. Hamilton Original Photography
Josh Cheuse Art Direction
Darren Salmieri Reissue Producer
Josh Grier Executive Producer
Terry Witt Original Photography
Brian Redman Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This is the one that started alt country

    There were 3 HUGE GENRE CHANGING albums in the early 90's 1)Nirvana-"Nevermind" and 2)My Bloody Valentine-"Loveless" and this album. NO Depression had a huge effect on a generation of country rockers and will get tons of play in your collection.

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