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The album received mixed reviews upon its initial release, with some critics praising its political message and others criticizing its lack of musical coherence. However, it has since become regarded as one of the band's best albums and a landmark of the counterculture movement.
"Volunteers" was also notable for its cover art, which featured a photograph of the band members dressed in revolutionary garb. The cover was designed by artist Ron Cobb and has become an iconic image of the era.
The album's release coincided with the band's performance at the Woodstock festival, where they played several songs from the album to a massive crowd of over 400,000 people. The band's performance at Woodstock helped to cement their place in rock history and further solidified their status as one of the leading bands of the counterculture movement.
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