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Woke slogans welded to incompetent grunge: Neil Young’s Colorado reviewed

9 November 2019

9:00 AM

9 November 2019

9:00 AM

Grade: B-

Horribly woke boilerplate slogans welded inexpertly to the usual incompetent Crazy Horse grunge. Young and his pick-up band of now 50-years standing usually work well together — as on Zuma, Everybody Knows This is Nowhere and even Ragged Glory. But that’s when there were a few decent songs in the mix, stuffed with compelling ideas and interesting imagery.

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