Still Feel Gone

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Still Feel Gone
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Studio album by Uncle Tupelo
Released September 17, 1991 (original)
March 11, 2003 (reissue)
Recorded June – July 1991 at Longview Farm, North Brookfield, MA and Fort Apache, Cambridge, MA
Genre Alternative country
Length 38:08
Label Rockville
Producer Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
Uncle Tupelo chronology
No Depression
(1990)
Still Feel Gone
(1992)
March 16–20, 1992
(1992)

Still Feel Gone is the second album by American alternative country pioneers Uncle Tupelo. It was released in 1991 on Rockville Records and re-released in 2003 by Sony Legacy.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Chicago Tribune 3/4 stars[2]
CMJ favorable[3]
Pitchfork 6.7/10[4]
Q 4/5 stars[5]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars (1991)[6]
Rolling Stone 2/5 stars (2003)[7]

Still Feel Gone has been generally well received by critics. Pitchfork called the album "so much stronger" than Uncle Tupelo's debut No Depression.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Jay Farrar, Mike Heidorn, and Jeff Tweedy except where noted.

  1. "Gun" – 3:40
  2. "Looking for a Way Out" – 3:40
  3. "Fall Down Easy" – 3:08
  4. "Nothing" – 2:16
  5. "Still Be Around" – 2:44
  6. "Watch Me Fall" – 2:12
  7. "Punch Drunk" – 2:43
  8. "Postcard" – 3:38
  9. "D. Boon" – 2:32
  10. "True to Life" – 2:22
  11. "Cold Shoulder" – 3:15
  12. "Discarded" – 2:42
  13. "If That's Alright" – 3:12
2003 CD reissue bonus tracks
  1. Sauget Wind (Farrar) – 3:31
  2. "I Wanna Destroy You" (Robyn Hitchcock with The Soft Boys) – 2:30
  3. "Watch Me Fall" (Demo Version) – 2:08
  4. "Looking for a Way Out" (Demo – Fast Version) – 2:03
  5. "If That's Alright" (Demo – Fast Acoustic Version) – 3:03
  • Tracks 16–18 previously unreleased.

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