Steely Dan - Two Against Nature 2LP 180G 45RPM Audiophile Vinyl

Steely Dan - Two Against Nature 2LP 180G 45RPM Audiophile Vinyl

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Steely Dan's Grammy winner for Album of the Year!
The brilliance of Steely Dan remastered and reissued by Analogue Productions!
Recorded to a multi-track analog tape, mixed to 24/96 and mastered and cut by Scott Hull at Masterdisk. Hull won a Grammy for the mastering of the original Two Against Nature LP
180-gram 45 RPM double LP pressed by Quality Record Pressings!
Tip-on old style gatefold jacket by Stoughton Printing
Pressed at QRP!

Two Against Nature brought Steely Dan renewed commercial and critical success. Their first studio album after a 20-year hiatus, the album was released on February 29, 2000, and subsequently won four Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.

The album's nine tracks reveal Steely Dan's signature sound, blending elements of jazz, rock, and R&B. Each showcases the band's instrumental arrangements, clever lyrics and unique vocal stylings. The opening track, "Gaslighting Abbie," sets the tone with its bluesy guitar riffs and sly lyrics, while "What a Shame About Me" features a catchy melody and witty wordplay.

Other standout tracks include "Jack of Speed," a funky groove with a memorable chorus, and "Cousin Dupree," a humorous tale of an infatuated family member. The album's title track, "Two Against Nature," is a jazzy instrumental with intricate keyboard and guitar solos.

Side 1:
Gaslighting Abbie
What a Shame about Me
Side 2:
Two Against Nature
Janie Runaway
Almost Gothic
Side 3:
Jack of Speed
Cousin Dupree
Side 4:
Negative Girl
West of Hollywood

UPC: 753088014178