AOTY 2017
Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Ragged Glory
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 15 ratings
September 10, 1990 / Release Date
LP / Format
Reprise / Label
Neil Young and David Briggs / Producer
Rock / Genres
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Oct 23, 2017
PJ_0707
74
Ragged Glory predates the commercial peak of grunge, the album is loud, hard-rocking, and covered in fuzz. It's a sound Young and Crazy Horse wear well, but although Ragged Glory is enjoyable and there really isn't a terrible track to be found, most of the songs lack enough of an impression to stand on their own. This makes Ragged Glory good for listening as an entire album but there are just so many other's in Young's cannon that I'd rather revisit.
Jun 23, 2015
Z.Younk
93
This album is the grunge movement. A huge inspiration to Pearl Jam notably.
END OF YEAR LISTS
#6/Spin
MISC LISTS
#77/Rolling Stone (1990s)
Track List
  1. Country Home
  2. White Line
  3. F*!#in' Up
  4. Over and Over
  5. Love to Burn
  6. Farmer John
  7. Mansion on the Hill
  8. Days That Used to Be
  9. Love and Only Love
  10. Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)
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Added on: July 7, 2013