Early ’90s outfit Nuisance from Humboldt County, California released their debut album Confusion Hill on Lookout Records in 1991. Lookout was one of the most successful independent labels of all time and famous for launching bands like Green Day and Operation Ivy.
Listen to a remixed version of “Broken Van” from Confusion Hill below:
Unlike many of their pop-punk labelmates, Nuisance fused country and bluegrass with punk’s guttural vocals and bombastic rhythm sections, resulting in one of the best “cow-punk” records to date.
30 years later, it’s finally been remixed and presented the way the band originally intended, with the trio delivering all the kick drum, bass, and twang you could ask for.
Pre-order the remixed version of Confusion Hill on vinyl here.
Stream Nuisance here.