This is when...
By Top O' Texas
Indigo Girls albums started changing for me. Loved the previous releases but this one was sort of aimless and tuneless, starting a trend that carries on today.
This was my first Indigo Girls album.
I loved this album. It was the first time I ever heard the word gay on the radio, and the songs were good.
One of the greatest albums of all time!!
This was the first Indigo Girls album I ever bought, and not only are they one of my top favorite artists, this is also one of the best albums I've ever heard. Every song speaks to you, and you can't help but sing along with every song. This is the perfect album to listen to on a road trip. You'll wanna listen to it over and over again.
This was my first Indigo Girls CD and I played it over and over riding in my Camaro with the t-tops off. Not a single song I don't love. Just spoke to me. Still does.
It's so weird seeing this album on iTunes. I remember listening to this when I was just a kid. My favorite songs were Shame On You and Get Out The Map. They were the only two songs I listened to. I can still hear myself saying, "Please?? Just play it one more time??"
I may not like country or folk music anymore, but it's definitely an album worthwhile buying just to replay the memories.
One of their more mainstream albums
My sister lent this to me beacuse I loved the song "Shame On You" on the radio. This album was a crossover into top 40 pop especially cause of the hit "Shame On You" in 1998. The rest are good to especially "Get Out The Map." *Loves it*
Love this album
Plenty of favorite songs on this. Get Out the Map tops my list.