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Tracklist

Windfall2:58
Live Free3:14
Tear Stained Eye4:21
Route3:57
Ten Second News3:57
Drown3:20
Loose String3:48
Out Of The Picture3:50
Catching On4:02
Too Early4:29
Mystifies Me4:12

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    Cover of Trace, 1995-09-19, CDTrace
    CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2US1995US1995
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    Cover of Trace, 1995, CDTrace
    CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – CDW 46010Canada1995Canada1995
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 1995, VinylTrace
    LP, Album, Stereo, Specialty Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – 1-46010, Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-1US1995US1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CDTrace
    CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 9362-46010-2Europe1995Europe1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CassetteTrace
    Cassette, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 4-46010, Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-4US1995US1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 1995-09-19, CDTrace
    CD, Album, Club Edition, BMG Direct
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2US1995US1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CDTrace
    CD, Album, Club Edition
    Warner Bros. Records – W2 46010Canada1995Canada1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace [Advance CD], 1995-09-19, CDTrace [Advance CD]
    CD, Album, Promo
    Warner Bros. Records – #46010US1995US1995
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CassetteTrace
    Cassette, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 46010-4Indonesia1995Indonesia1995
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 1995-07-10, CassetteTrace
    Cassette, Advance, Album, Promo
    Warner Bros. Records – 4-46010-RE1US1995US1995
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CDTrace
    CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2US1995US1995
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 1995, CDTrace
    CD, Album, SRC, ARC
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2US1995US1995
    New Submission
    Trace
    CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – WPCR-2291Japan1998Japan1998
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 2015-10-30, VinylTrace
    LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180g
    Warner Bros. Records – R1 46010US2015US2015
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 2015-10-30, CDTrace
    CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered; CD
    Rhino Records (2) – R2 552112, Warner Bros. Records – R2 552112US2015US2015
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 2015-10-30, VinylTrace
    LP, Album, Reissue, 180 g
    Warner Bros. Records – 081227951436Europe2015Europe2015
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    Cover of Trace, 2015-11-18, CDTrace
    2×CD, Album, Deluxe Edition, Reissue
    Warner Bros. Records – WPCR-16747, Rhino Records (2) – WPCR-16747Japan2015Japan2015
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 2015-10-30, CDTrace
    CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered; CD, Album
    Warner Bros. Records – 081227951290, Rhino Records (2) – 081227951290Europe2015Europe2015
    Cover of Trace, 2015-08-11, VinylTrace
    LP, Album, Reissue, Test Pressing
    Warner Bros. Records – R1-46010US2015US2015
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Trace, 2015, FileTrace
    37×File, FLAC, Album, Deluxe Edition, Remastered, 24/96
    Rhino Entertainment Company – noneUS2015US2015
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, 2020-07-10, VinylTrace
    LP, Album, Reissue, 180 gram
    Music On Vinyl – MOVLP2540Europe2020Europe2020
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, , CDTrace
    CD, Album, Reissue
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2USUS
    New Submission
    Cover of Trace, , CDTrace
    CD, Album, Reissue
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2USUS
    Cover of Trace, , CDTrace
    CD, Album, Reissue
    Warner Bros. Records – 9 46010-2USUS
    New Submission

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    Reviews

    • WojoSquad5's avatar
      WojoSquad5
      Agree with everyone - beautiful flat and silent pressing. Sounds great!
      • Angular_Banjos's avatar
        I can only compare this with the cd- but I have to say, I’m delighted with this pressing. It’s everything I’d hoped for in bringing one of my favourite’s from the 90s back to life. I love how the vocals sit a little more centre stage, and the separation is superb, even on the rockier tracks. If you love this album and don’t fancy shelling out for an original pressing it’s so worth £25
        • coolhandflick's avatar
          coolhandflick
          Edited one year ago
          I strongly prefer the original pressing to this version. The vocals here are much too dominant and the instruments just aren't given enough breathing room. Great songs are great songs, but I have to say this is a disappointing mix. The album is an undeniable classic in any case, though.
          • macmark14's avatar
            macmark14
            Amazing album. Great pressing. Bought this recently and I play it all the time. Just like I did in the nineties.
            • hailboognish's avatar
              hailboognish
              Just grabbed this from a local store, really happy with how flat & quiet it is. Very nice pressing.
              • wsevans's avatar
                wsevans
                Any reviews on this pressing? The previous pressings seem to be highly rated, but wondering what are impressions on this one.
                • jtm1967's avatar
                  jtm1967
                  The sound quality of this 1st press is so amazing I can’t put it to words! It has an amazing bottom end with excellent separation. A tubey soundstage that gives you that “band in the room” presence. Just brilliantly mastered.
                  • AUDC1999's avatar
                    AUDC1999
                    I have not heard the original pressing, but I find this pressing phenomenal. Extremely quiet. Bouncy. Nice highs. A must.
                    • evilmainer's avatar
                      evilmainer
                      Classic Album! Remaster sounds ok, not as dynamic as the Quality Pressing (RSD 16') Live at Bottom Line. Mine has a tad of Simbalence that is not present on other albums and isolated only to this one. I'm hoping it dissipates with cleaning.
                      • notec's avatar
                        notec
                        JAY RETURNS! WITH his introspective intelligent balladry we've come to expect/respect in tact. An almost even mixture of cow-punk ("Drown" and "Route" will bring you back to '91s STILL FEEL GONE) and mid-western workingman folk with sparse installments of pedal steel guitar and banjo throughout - this album is a perfect accompaniment to Uncle Tupelo's rootsy country swaggering swan song ANODYNE. Just hearing Jay's voice again comforts me to no end. Forget all the others in this now popular genre - this is the real thing...

                        The band is well rounded out with help from Mike Heidorn (first two UNCLE TUPELO albums) on drums and a host of others (including some Jayhawks). I really hate to say this but it is however true; together Jay & Jeff Tweedy (aka Wilco) had the best damn thing going in UNCLE TUPELO but as happens all to often, put two singer/songwriters together and they're bound to disagree and eventually break up leaving us with fragments of what was and what might have been. A great beginning and a clean slate for Jay Farrar. Cool name. Highly Recommended.

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