Steve Earle: Copperhead Road

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Steve Earle: Copperhead Road

In some ways Steve Earle is still much as he ever was, full of righteous anger, on the side of the working class and downtrodden and bristling with great songs.

This 30-year old album has long been an Essential Elsewhere selection (there is an essay about why here) and also apperaed as a Bargain Buy on CD at one point.

But we bring it to your attention again, not just because it's a great album but because it is now available on vinyl at a reasonable price at JB Hi-Fi stores here.

Check it here

JB_logoOur recommendations in Hi-Fi Vinyl are very broad - Suzanne Vega to Motorhead, Bob Marley to Joy Division, Chuck Berry to Fatboy Slim -- and are designed to give you an imressively wide range in your growing collection of records.

With Copperhead Road you have just ticked off hard rocking country with its boots in the hard dirt.

And for just $25. 

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