Bottle Rockets - 24 Hours A Day [Clear Vinyl] | RECORD STORE DAY
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Bottle Rockets leader Brian Henneman worked as Uncle Tupelo's guitar tech for a couple of years before forming an alt-country band that rivalled his former bosses. Released in Atlantic in 1997, 24 Hours a Day represented The Bottle Rockets' chance at the big time; it's their sole major label release, and they pulled out all the stops for this one, hiring former Del Lord Eric "Roscoe" Ambel to produce and revisiting "Indianapolis, " the song that got Henneman a record deal back in the early '90s. Alas, the record failed to break through commercially; but there will always be a place in our hearts for this kind of hard-driving, honest, tuneful rock and roll, best exemplified by "Perfect Far Away" and "When I Was Dumb." For it's LP debut, we're pressing this underappreciated classic in coke bottle (natch) clear vinyl housed inside an album jacket with inner sleeve... limited to 1000 copies!