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March 4, 2009 Exuding the spirit of Neil Young and Emmylou Harris, The Hiders' members have gained popularity in the indie-rock world for their harmony-drenched alt-country. The Cincinnati band's second record, Penny Harvest Field, is an intriguing mix of Americana folk, rock and psychedelia.
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May 15, 2006 Neil Young's spirit permeates throughout the songs of The Hiders, but there's also a musically robust style going on that recalls such genre classics as Uncle Tupelo, Sparklehorse, Emmylou Harris and The Band.
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