18 Songs, 1 Hour 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

As political as he is prolific, Neil Young has written albums about both war and hybrid cars. On The Monsanto Years, the legendary singer/songwriter teams up with Willie Nelson’s sons Micah and Lukas—as well as the latter’s roots-rock band, Promise of the Real—to take aim at corporations like Monsanto, the American chemical goliath with ties to genetically engineered farming. The result is an inspired collection of loose protest folk (“Wolf Moon”) and rugged guitar jams ( the majestic “People Want to Hear About Love”) that bristle with Young’s trademark idealism.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

As political as he is prolific, Neil Young has written albums about both war and hybrid cars. On The Monsanto Years, the legendary singer/songwriter teams up with Willie Nelson’s sons Micah and Lukas—as well as the latter’s roots-rock band, Promise of the Real—to take aim at corporations like Monsanto, the American chemical goliath with ties to genetically engineered farming. The result is an inspired collection of loose protest folk (“Wolf Moon”) and rugged guitar jams ( the majestic “People Want to Hear About Love”) that bristle with Young’s trademark idealism.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
95 Ratings

95 Ratings

Niinah2015 ,

#MonsantoPoison

Thank you for making this album! This is important. Thank you for stepping up for all of us and shining light on what is going on and what Monsanto is really doing to us, our children, animals, food, bees, our planet, our ecosystem, to governments, to life. Monsanto is poison in every sense of the word.

mattal1958 ,

Good ol' Neil

The guy still writes music that matters. Too bad he's preaching to the choir. The people that need to hear this stuff are too busy listening to gangsta rap, vapid pop, and contrived, choreographed, lip-synched garbage.
Which is EXACTLY what these big corporations want them to listen to.

dmanasco ,

Fadin’ Away

It’s sad and ironic that Neil is becoming the poster-child for the slogan “It’s better to burn out than to fade away.” Neil: Get a life. This isn’t protest rock, it’s a badly produced temper tantrum.

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