In 1994, the Mountain Goats released their first full-length studio album, Zopilote Machine, on Ajax Records. It is the band's only full album featuring the entirety of The Bright Mountain Choir. 1995–2000: Sweden, Nothing for Juice, Full Force Galesburg, and The Coroner's Gambit. In 1996, the Mountain Goats released the album Nothing for Juice, and Full Force Galesburg the following year. Rachel Ware left the band between recording the two albums, and bassist Peter Hughes took over her position. Between 1998 and 2000, the Mountain Goats slowed down their prolific output, releasing The Coroner's Gambit in October 2000. The album partially returned to the band's roots, as most songs were sporadically recorded on Darnielle's old Panasonic RX-FT500 cassette deck Boombox, which produced a loud background noise to the songs
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With the Mountain Goats, particularly early albums like Zopilote Machine, it really is all about the lyrics; everything else is a backdrop. Short songs, too: Zopilote Machine contains nineteen songs and clocks in at just under forty-one minutes.
Zopilote Machine, the Mountain Goats' debut studio album, was first released in 1994 under the label Ajax, and then re-released in 2005 under the label 3 Beads of Sweat. Zopilote is a Spanish word for buzzard. Zopilote Machine Q&A. Producers John Darnielle. Writers John Darnielle. Backing Vocals The Bright Mountain Choir. More The Mountain Goats albums.
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