Rust Never Sleeps

£ 19.99

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As far as pure songcraft goes, it hard to beat this 1979 offering from young and crazy horse. By the end of the '90s, Young, Talbot, Molina and Sampredo had refined their crushing sonic assault to the extent that they could bludgeon the listener with wagnerian riffs and rhythms (the entropy hymn Hey Hey, My My) or provide just enough grit to keep young's far-out lyrics from ascending into the stratosphere (Ride my Llama.) Songwise, Rust is a schizophrenic album. Young moves from the brilliant surrealist imagery of Pocahontas, with it's evocation of "Marlon Brando, Pocahontas and me", to the sharp narrative perspective of the equally transcendent Powderfinger and the good-humored social commentary of Welfare Mothers.


My My
Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
Thrasher
Ride My Llama
Pocahontas
Sail Away
Powderfinger
Welfare Mothers
Sedan Delivery
Hey Hey
My My (Into The Black)
Format: LP
Label: Reprise Records
Catalogue numbers: 9362-49175-7

Companies:
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Reprise Records
Copyright (c)-Reprise Records
Remastered At-Bernie Grundman Mastering
Published By-Silver Fiddle Music

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-0093624917571
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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