Label: Columbia - CS 9614 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock, Experimental
The United States of America is the only studio album by American rock band the United States of America. Produced by David Rubinson, it was released in by Columbia Records. The album combined rock and electronic instrumentation, experimental composition, and lyrics reflecting leftist political themes. The United States of America received positive reviews on its release and charted at number on the Billboard The album Genre: Psychedelic rock, art rock, experimental rock, .
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In its original form, the United States of America's self-titled (and sole album) was one of the most exciting and experimental psychedelic albums of the late '60s, blending searingly imaginative electronics with equally unusual songs that were both piercing and dreamy. Although a Sony Music Special Products CD with two added previously unreleased outtakes was briefly available in the early Brand: The United States of America.
The United States of America was an American experimental rock band founded in Los Angeles in by composer Joseph Byrd and vocalist Dorothy Moskowitz, with electric violinist Gordon Marron, bassist Rand Forbes and drummer Craig Woodson. Their self-titled album, often cited as an early showcase for the use of electronic devices in rock music, was met with critical acclaim and minor .
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