Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Re·ac·tor (Vinyl, LP,)

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Re·ac·tor is the twelfth studio album by Canadian folk rock musician Neil Young, and his fourth with American rock band Crazy Horse. It was released on November 2, 1981, through Reprise Records. This album marked Young’s last release with Reprise before he moved to Geffen for his subsequent five albums1.
Re·ac·tor sees Young reunited with longtime collaborators Crazy Horse, their first album together since Rust Never Sleeps in 1979 and their first full studio album since 1975’s Zuma. Notable for its driving rhythms and long jams with repetitive lyrics, the album was influenced by Young’s intensive therapy program for his young son with cerebral palsy. Biographer Jimmy McDonough suggests that the repetition of therapy sessions influenced the song structures1.
The album features tracks like “Surfer Joe and Moe the Sleaze,” which satirically references Reprise executives Joe Smith and Mo Ostin, and “T-Bone,” which has been singled out for its simplistic lyrics1. If you’re curious, you can explore the vinyl releases on Discogs.

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse – Re·ac·tor (Vinyl, LP,)