Uncle Tupelo

Meredith Ochs has a review of a new Uncle Tupelo anthology that complies highlights from the band's four albums along with rare tracks. The collection highlights the music that helped launch a movement known as alternative country. (4:15) The CD is 89/93: An Anthology, by Uncle Tupelo. Released March 2002 by Columbia/Legacy; ASIN: B0000

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89/93: An Anthology
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2002

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