Ghosts of West Virginia

Steve Earle & The Dukes - Ghosts of West Virginia
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2020 Ratings: #62 / 279
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Based on 18 ratings
May 22, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
New West / Label
Americana, Country / Genres
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Steve Earle is a legend in the history of alt country. Albums like Guitar Town and political bangers like Copperhead Road made him an outlaw legend. This new record hits some of the marks, but leaves a little to be desired. Steve still knows how to spin a yarn, but it doesn't really feel like his heart is completely into it. Quality songs like Time is Never On Our Side see Steve nearly just speaking over a somewhat bare sonic template so his lyrics are on full display. I just wish they had the ... read more
spokin kantri ain't me thang
never in a day of my life would i have thought that i would see the name of my hometown, a small town in west virginia, on an album cover from someone who isn’t from here
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Track List

  1. Heaven Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
  2. Union, God and Country
  3. Devil Put the Coal In the Ground
  4. John Henry Was a Steel Drivin’ Man
  5. Time Is Never On Our Side
  6. It’s About Blood
  7. If I Could See Your Face Again
  8. Black Lung
  9. Fastest Man Alive
  10. The Mine
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Added on: February 27, 2020