Red Medicine is the fourth studio album by American post-hardcore band Fugazireleased on June 12, by Dischord Records. On Red MedicineFugazi began to move into more experimental styles of music, including noise punkpsychedelia "By You" and dub "Version".
The writing of the album consisted of several months of jam sessions and recording at Guilford House, a secluded country estate located in Guilford, Connecticut. The band worked with engineer Don Zientarabut did not choose to work with producer Ted Niceley again.
Fugazi opted to retreat from the in-your-face production values of In on the Forensic Scene - Fugazi - Red Medicine Taker and instead worked to create an ambient sound which would display greater depth. To achieve this, the band handled production duties themselves, and in doing so, became more confident with in-studio experimentation.
The album was a critical success: Mark Kemp Forensic Scene - Fugazi - Red Medicine Rolling Stone called the album "rock solid. Pitchfork put the album at number 42 in its Top Albums of the 90s.
Fugazi embarked on an extensive worldwide tour in support of the album, performing a total of dates between March and November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rolling Stone. Retrieved March 3, Retrieved Retrieved March 17, Chicago Tribune. Retrieved May 8, In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian eds. November 17, Retrieved June 6, Guitar World. March Fugazi Live Series. Instrument Soundtrack.
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