Rust Never Sleeps

Rust Never Sleeps

Music CD - 1979
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Publisher: Burbank, CA : Reprise Records, p1979
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 pamphlet
Additional Contributors: Crazy Horse (Musical group)

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MontMoroc
Nov 05, 2017

Never one to follow protocol, Neil's 1979 album featured new songs recorded live during his '78 tour with Crazy Horse. The now legendary record (with a title inspired by Devo and a sound invigorated by the punk movement), was originally split into separate acoustic and electric sides, and possibly best exemplifies two very different sides of Young. Includes Thrasher; Powderfinger; Hey Hey, My My (into the Black) , and more.

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BrianWoods
Apr 12, 2015

This is one of Neils best albums,it's got "My, My,Hey.Hey,into the black" a summation of the 70's rock,and other now classic Neil tunes. It starts out acoustic,but turns 'Neil heavy' by the mid point,I rate this 4 to 5 stars. a good companion piece is 'Live rust',a two record (vinylhead) live set featuring his acoustic stuff and this record.

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