Red Red Meat: Jimmywine Majestic

Red Red Meat SKU: 28898269
Red Red Meat: Jimmywine Majestic

Red Red Meat: Jimmywine Majestic

Red Red Meat SKU: 28898269

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Jimmywine Majestic
Artist: Red Red Meat
Label: Jealous Butcher
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 616892316848
Genre: Rock

Extremely limited double vinyl LP pressing featuring four bonus tracks, two of which are previously unreleased. Includes digital download. In 1993 Red Red Meat released its first record for legendary Seattle label Sub Pop, Jimmywine Majestic. Building on the grungy roots of the band's self-titled debut, the second album was more confident and refined, with songwriter Tim Rutili's impressionistic lyrics hovering over twangy steel guitars, thick fuzzbox riffs, and barroom drums. The record finds the band (Rutili, Brian Deck, Glenn Girard, and Tim Hurley) moving away from the thrashing noise of the first record into more nuanced territory, maintaining its menacing swagger but injecting more space into the grooves.

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