Pierce, Jeffrey Lee / Gun Club Related - Wildweed

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1985 Original Housed In A Textured Jacket. Appears Unplayed. In July 1996, Tom Engelshoven Of Dutch Music Magazine Oor Described Jeffrey Lee Pierce As The Missing Link Between The Eagles And Kurt Cobain. Four Months After The Gun Club Frontman Had Passed Away, The Article Labeled Him As The True Victim Of What Engelshoven Interpreted As "The American Disease." Among The Symptoms Were A Strong Identification With Violence And Death And A Clear Notion Of American Society Being Imbued With It. Pierce's Lyrics Testified Of His Awareness Of America's Earliest History, A Nation Established At The Barrel Of A Gun. Obsessed With An Inevitable Apocalyptic Destiny, He Took His Lowlife Background As An Explanation For A Feverish Longing For Decay. Sex, Booze, And Drugs All Claimed Their Share In A Self-Destructive Lifestyle, Culminating In An Early Death At The Age Of 37. Wildweed Was The First Of Two Solo Albums Pierce Made In Between His Gun Club Albums.

Artist: Pierce, Jeffrey Lee / Gun Club Related Title: Wildweed Genre: Pop Type: Used - LP Label: Staik Catalog ID: STAT LP 25 Country: USA Our ID: 92164
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