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In the 1980s and early to mid-'90s, Chicago's Wax Trax label could usually be counted on to deliver adventurous alternative rock. One of the many noteworthy alternative bands Wax Trax documented was Wreck, which was in good form on the appealing if uneven Soul Train. Nervous, jerky, and abrasive, cuts like "Raised by Whites," "Rust Belt," and "Bad Energy" take some getting used to. But the more one listens to these abstract, difficult songs, the more one realizes just how worthwhile most of them are. Wreck didn't exactly go out of its way to be accessible, and you won't find a lot of melodic hooks on this CD. Soul Train sounds very much like the work of a band that had no desire to compromise its creative vision.


Formed: 1988 in Milwaukee, WI

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Formed in Milwaukee, WI, in 1988, Wreck was supported in their production of challenging and sometimes harsh industrial rock by several very influential alternative labels. Both their first self-titled EP, released in 1989, and their full-length debut, Soul Train (1990), were issued by Play It Again Sam Records; Wax Trax! helped them establish a solid Midwestern fan base with the issue of their 1991 album House of Boris. C/Z Records picked up where Wax Trax! left off when they rescued Wreck's album,...
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