"Art-punk" might seem like an oxymoron, but it’s what Patti invented with her 1975 debut "Horses." Disc one is the album in all its poetic-primitive glory: "Gloria," "Redondo Beach," "Birdland," "Break It Up" and the rest with superior remastered sound and her bonus B-side "My Generation." Disc two is her 2005 London performance of the whole album and the Who song with original bandmates, plus Flea, Tom Verlaine and more. The booklet rules, too, with lyrics, rare pix, new notes and Lester Bangs’ 1975 "Creem" essay. One of rock’s most intoxicating turning points!
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