Shaming of The Sun - Epic 1997
The problem may be that many tracks, though seperately fine songs, do not seem to have the quality that make you remember them and want to hear them again. And generally this is probably the least melodic Indigo Girls album; it is also among the most electric, with electric guitars and drums on most tracks.
The albums starts off greatly, though, with one of their coolest rockers, "Shame on You", written by Ray. The opener is followed by another highlight, Emily Saliers' melodic "Get Out the Map". There are obviously other solid tracks, but apart from the first two, none really stand out.
On second thoughts, "Don't Give That Girl a Gun" and "Everything in its Own Time" also deserve to be brought out. Though not their best album, still an important and appreciated release.