Almost Killed Me
Artist: The Hold Steady
Format: Digital


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''Almost Killed Me'' is the debut studio album by Brooklyn-based rock band The Hold Steady, released on March 16, 2004 on Frenchkiss Records. It is considered by many to be a concept album, with several recurring themes such as near-death experiences, parties and the fictional character Charlemagne. ''Almost Killed Me'' was ranked number 99 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 100 Best Albums of the Decade.

While not a full-time member of the band at this time, future keyboard player Franz Nicolay makes a guest appearance on the album alongside The World/Inferno Friendship Society bandmate Peter Hess. - Wikipedia