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Junk Train
The Most Important
Country Rock, Punk
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1 Kudzu 3:30
2 Maryhill 5:26
3 The Most Important 4:33
4 Dead Country Singer 4:24
5 Mexico 5:47

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  • Copyright (c) – Back 40 Records
  • Recorded At – Well-Wrought Audio
  • Made By – Digital Video Technology 3000 – CD02634


  • Artwork By, Layout – Barb Geisler
  • Banjo – Glen Gaidos
  • Bass Guitar – John Geisler
  • Drums, Percussion – Larry Joireman
  • Guitar – Glen Gaidos, Ron Stoehr
  • Pedal Steel Guitar, Effects – Ron Stoehr
  • Producer [Assistant], Engineer [Assistant] – Jason Cawley
  • Producer, Engineer – Junk Train, Tom "Lord Of The Decibels" Tew*
  • Vocals – Glen Gaidos, Larry Joireman
  • Written-By [All Songs] – Glen Gaidos


Recorded at Well-Wrought Audio, Seattle, WA during October 1999

© 1999 Back 40 Records
All songs BMI

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 43157 01582 6
  • Matrix / Runout: CD02634-01 ▮ DVT3000/CA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ86
  • Rights Society: BMI

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