Uncle Tupelo was shot from the garage culture in the 80s and formed by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and Son Volt members Jay Farrar vocals/guitar and drummer Mike Heidorn. Their debut album is considered one of the most important alternative country albums, and it's title is often used as a synonym for the alternative country genre after being popularized by No Depression magazine. They are quite similar to the Jayhawks except for a harder edge to their music. If you are in the mood to crank up your stereo and rock out, pop in this album. They have high-powered guitars, and a main singer with a deep, scratchy voice. The start of Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Wilco can be found in this first album.
Uncle Tupelo was shot from the garage culture in the 80s and formed by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and Son Volt members Jay Farrar vocals/guitar and drummer Mike Heidorn. Their debut album is considered one of the most important alternative country albums, and it's title is often used as a synonym for the alternative country genre after being popularized by No Depression magazine. They are quite similar to the Jayhawks except for a harder edge to their music. If you are in the mood to crank up your stereo and rock out, pop in this album. They have high-powered guitars, and a main singer with a deep, scratchy voice. The start of Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Wilco can be found in this first album.
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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 09/04/2020
UPC: 8718627231739

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Artist: Uncle Tupelo
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Uncle Tupelo was shot from the garage culture in the 80s and formed by Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and Son Volt members Jay Farrar vocals/guitar and drummer Mike Heidorn. Their debut album is considered one of the most important alternative country albums, and it's title is often used as a synonym for the alternative country genre after being popularized by No Depression magazine. They are quite similar to the Jayhawks except for a harder edge to their music. If you are in the mood to crank up your stereo and rock out, pop in this album. They have high-powered guitars, and a main singer with a deep, scratchy voice. The start of Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Wilco can be found in this first album.