“UNFORGETABLE ELEGIES OF MELANCHOLY FULL OF TRANSCENDENCE AND LONGING, STRING OPULENCE AND GRACEFUL PEDAL-STEEL ORNAMENTATION”. – Rolling Stone
DEVIL’S ROAD (DELUXE EDITION) 
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and Carla Togerson founded The Walkabouts in 1984 in Seattle. In 1989 the published their sub-pop-debut and found themselves next to Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney as the only non-grunge-band. Ironically, The Walkbouts’ sound stayed alive over the grunge hype of the ’90s and became one of the most important and consistent music genres of the following decades. The Walkabouts and Sub Pop seperated in 1992, yet the Band joined forces with Sub Pop Europe, represented by Glitterhouse Records in Beverungen, Germany. After the release of their records Devil’s Road (1996) and Nighttown (1997) with Virgin Records, they came back to and have stayed until now.