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18 Wheeler

Scotland’s 18 Wheeler was an overlooked and frequently critically bashed alternate pop/rock band. Shaped by Sean Jackson (vocals, acoustic guitar), David Keenan (acoustic guitar, vocals), Alan Hake (bass), and Neil Halliday (drums) in the first ’90s, 18 Wheeler distributed their compatriots Teenage Fanclub’s passion for Big Star’s immaculate acoustic guitar pop, aswell as the country-rock of Gram Parsons as well as the fantastic harmonies from the Seaside Boys. Nevertheless, 18 Wheeler’s affects were obvious as well as the U.K. press dismissed them as pale imitators. In 1994, Keenan break up from 18 Wheeler after documenting a small number of singles and began his personal group, the Telstar Ponies; he was changed by guitarist Steven Haddow. 18 Wheeler also released their 1st album, Twin Actions, on Creation Information that yr. Twin Actions was accompanied by Formanka a yr later. Creation fallen the music group after 1997’s Yr Zero, which discovered the group tinkering with dance rhythms to modernize their audio.

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