Genre: Pop Rock
Label: ATO Records
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Old 97's Twelfth LP (Silver Vinyl)

Old 97's

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Limited Edition Silver Vinyl LP!

Old 97's, the iconic alt-country outfit fronted by Rhett Miller, is returning with their twelfth album, the aptly titled Twelfth, to be released on August 21, 2020. Twenty-seven years in, Old 97's still features its original lineup - Miller, guitarist Ken Bethea, bassist Murry Hammond, and drummer Philip Peeples - and Twelfth is a testament to the band's staying power. The album's cover image of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach is both an homage to Miller's childhood hero and a recognition that, in making their livings as musicians, the 97's themselves have achieved their lifelong dreams.

Loose and raw, the record is an ecstatic celebration of survival, a resounding ode to endurance and resilience from a veteran group that refuses to rest on their considerable laurels. While the album boasts all the hallmarks of a classic Old 97's record (sex and booze, laughter and tears, poetry and blasphemy), it also showcases a newfound perspective in its writing and craftsmanship, a maturity and appreciation that can only come with age and experience. Perhaps the band is growing up; maybe they're just getting started. Either way, Old 97's have never been happier to be alive.

Terse, wry, and supremely catchy roots-rock.
-The Atlantic
A well-loved pioneering force in the alt-country movement... [they've] still got the same raucous, sweaty energy that's made [them] so beloved all this time.
Blistered, blasted, and brilliant.
-New Yorker


  • Limited Edition
  • Silver Vinyl
  • Limited time download


Side 1:

  1. The Dropouts
  2. This House Got Ghosts
  3. I Like You Better
  4. Happy Hour
  5. Belmont Hotel

Side 2:

  1. Confessional Boxing
  2. Diamonds On Neptune
  3. Our Year
  4. Bottle Rocket Baby
  5. Absence (What We've Got)
  6. Why Don't We Ever Say We're Sorry

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