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Listen online 2 songs from One Track Mind 1995 - Railroad Jerk.
Railroad Jerk was a New York-based indie rock band of the 1990s, specializing in a hard-driven punk blues sound. Railroad Jerk's lineup changed frequently, but the stalwart members were Minnesota native Marcellus Hall (vocals, guitar) and North Carolina-born and Trenton, . bred Tony Lee (bass). The two met in Trenton, New Jersey in the spring of 1989 and quickly formed the band with drummer Jez Aspinall and second guitarist Chris Mueller rounding out the quartet.
Although never achieving the kind of mainstream recognition enjoyed by other bands of the time, Railroad Jerk was an influential force in what became known as "alternative rock. With the release of "One Track Mind" (1994) and the legendary line-up now in place, Railroad Jerk reached its biggest success. Drummer Dave Varenka, guitarist Alec Stephen, bassist Tony Lee, and guitarist/vocalist Marcellus Hall brought the RRJ sound across America and to Europe and Japan
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Railroad Jerk took the New York noise rock scene of the early '90s by storm when they sprang onto the scene with their unique post-punk hybrid of traditional Irish folk, barroom jazz, Delta blues, '60s psychedelia, and roots rock melded into the standard lo-fi rock shambles of the era circa 1990, during a time when fellow Matador records groups. Pavement and Yo La Tengo were on the rise.
One Track Mind (Railroad Jerk album). One Track Mind is an album by American indie rock Railroad Jerk. It was released in 1995 on Matador Records. Bang The Drum – 2:46. Rollerkoaster – 5:09. Riverboat (Vocals – Tony Lee) – 3:50. What Did You Expect? – 4:49. Forty Minutes – 4:28. The Ballad Of Railroad Jerk – 5:29. Big White Lady (Vocals – Alec Stephen) – 2:39.
Railroad Jerk chronology. Raise the Plow (1992)Raise the Plow1992. One Track Mind (1995). The Third Rail (1996)The Third Rail1996. The Ballad Of Railroad Jerk 5:29. Big White Lady (Vocals – Alec Stephen) 2:39.
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Producer – Chris Maxwell, Rick Lee Written-By – Marcellus Hall
|B||Only One Thing
Producer – Chris Maxwell, Railroad JerkWritten-By – Alec Stephen, Dave Varenka, Marcellus Hall, Tony Lee
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop Records
- Copyright (c) – Sub Pop Records
- Copyright (c) – Railroad Jerk
- Recorded At – The Elegant Studio
- Mastered At – Golden Mastering
- Bass – Tony Lee
- Cover [Cover Drawing] – David West
- Design – Gwynne Duncan
- Drums – Dave Varenka
- Guitar – Alec Stephen
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Photography By – Alan Boyd , Tomoyo Tanaka-Lee*
- Vocals, Guitar – Marcellus Hall
NotesRecorded at Elegant Studios, NYC.
Sub Pop Singles Club V2 #32.
Limited to 1300 copies.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SP-537-A GOLDEN
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): SP-537-B GOLDEN
- Rights Society: BMI
Performer: Railroad Jerk
Date of release: 2000
Style: Indie Rock
Size MP3: 1224 mb
Size FLAC: 1478 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
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