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16_horsepower a.k.a. 16 Horsepower was an American alternative country music group based in Denver, Colorado. Their music often invoked religious imagery dealing with conflict, redemption, punishment, and guilt through David Eugene Edwards's lyrics and the heavy use of traditional bluegrass, gospel, and Appalachian instrumentation cross-bred with rock. For the bulk of its career, the band consisted of Edwards, Jean-Yves Tola, and Pascal Humbert, the latter two formerly of the French band Passion Fodder. After releasing four studio albums and touring extensively, the group broke up in 2005, citing "mostly political and spiritual" differences. The members remain active in the groups Woven Hand and Lilium.
- also known as 16 Horse Power, Sixteen Horsepower
- genres: Alternative country, Neofolk, Folk music, Country
- albums: "16 Horsepower", "Haw", "Sackcloth 'n' Ashes", "Low Estate", "Hoarse", "Secret South", "Folklore", "Olden", "Black Soul Choir", "Clogger", "For Heaven's Sake", "Heel on the Shovel", "Live in Minneapolis", "Splinters / Nobody 'Cept You", "The Partisan", "Live March 2001", "Shametown", "Yours, Truly.", "Coal Black Horses"
"16_horsepower" a.k.a. "16 Horsepower": 16 Horsepower is the first EP by the band of the same name. It was released November 7, 1995. It is often referred to simply as the Haw EP amongst fans, noting to the title of the first track. It is the group's second release, following the "Shametown" 7" vinyl record of 1994, the A-side of which was re-recorded here.
- genre: Alternative country
- released in (20 years ago)
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