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The Meat Puppets received an unexpected push into the spotlight by Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, who invited them to perform several of their songs with him on Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged performance. Cobain had fallen in love with the Meat Puppets’ beautifully warped desert arias, where the band’s stoner vibe made songs sound like heat-induced hallucinations. Nearly twenty years later, the Kirkwood brothers, Cris and Curt, are still channeling the mystique of such early albums as Meat Puppets II and Up On the Sun. The serpentine guitar lines of “Orange,” the southwestern harmonies of “Incomplete” and the massive hard psych-country rock of “Hour of the Idiot” are pure Meat Puppets at the peak of their powers. They’ve always mocked themselves in jest and “Damn Thing” proves they still don’t take themselves too seriously, as they conclude, “I don’t know a damn thing anyway” to a killer, shuffling beat and guitars so thick you can taste them. Not many folks expected these gents to still be recording vital music three decades onward, but they are, and they’re doing it well.

Customer Reviews

great album

anything these guys do is gold....
really fun album. Different roads they are exploring with the last few albums, well i guess starting around curt's "snow"
but i think they get more interesting with every new release.
From "in a car" to " enchanted porfist", " station" to "lantern" the meat puppets rule


Gotta love these guys....great album!!


the kirkwood brothers have found the formula to making great albums. keep it simple and melodic. stay true to your music. and that sounds easy but anyone who plays know it is not. another amazing offering from the puppets, never gets old.


Formed: June, 1980 in Tempe, AZ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Out of all of the bands that made SST Records a towering force in the American underground during the mid-'80s, Meat Puppets lasted the longest, surviving where other bands fell apart. Meat Puppets never had the dedicated following of Hüsker Dü or the Minutemen — two fellow SST bands who played the same circuit as the Puppets — but they were able to carve out a long career where other hardcore bands could not, because they always drew from conventional hard rock as well as punk. Not only...
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