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Limited edition of 666 individually numbered copies on crystal clear 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Gift is the third studio album and major label debut by American alternative metal band Taproot. It was released on June 27, 2000. The singles "Again & Again" and "I" both entered the rock chart and the album itself has sold over 250, 000 copies to date. In a time when Michigan exploded as a hotbed of electronica and white-boy hip-hop innovation, Ann Arbor's Taproot emerged to restore Michigan to the riff-laden, rock & roll glory of the'70s. Having built a heavy underground following through it's live performances, early self-released albums, and website, Taproot stepped into the national spotlight with their debut.
Limited edition of 666 individually numbered copies on crystal clear 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Gift is the third studio album and major label debut by American alternative metal band Taproot. It was released on June 27, 2000. The singles "Again & Again" and "I" both entered the rock chart and the album itself has sold over 250, 000 copies to date. In a time when Michigan exploded as a hotbed of electronica and white-boy hip-hop innovation, Ann Arbor's Taproot emerged to restore Michigan to the riff-laden, rock & roll glory of the'70s. Having built a heavy underground following through it's live performances, early self-released albums, and website, Taproot stepped into the national spotlight with their debut.
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Gift [Clear Vinyl] [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Hol)
Artist: Taproot
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Limited edition of 666 individually numbered copies on crystal clear 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Gift is the third studio album and major label debut by American alternative metal band Taproot. It was released on June 27, 2000. The singles "Again & Again" and "I" both entered the rock chart and the album itself has sold over 250, 000 copies to date. In a time when Michigan exploded as a hotbed of electronica and white-boy hip-hop innovation, Ann Arbor's Taproot emerged to restore Michigan to the riff-laden, rock & roll glory of the'70s. Having built a heavy underground following through it's live performances, early self-released albums, and website, Taproot stepped into the national spotlight with their debut.
        
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