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The indie pop trio Buck was led by singer/bassist Lisa Marr, the onetime frontwoman for the influential cuddlecore group Cub; pursuing that band’s 1997 demise, Marr relocated from her indigenous Vancouver to LA, house of her hubby, Muffs bassist Ronnie Barnett. There she reunited with previous Cub drummer Lisa G., and by adding guitarist Pepper Berry, Buck’s line-up was full; upon putting your signature on with Sympathy for the Record Sector, the trio documented their self-titled debut LP, released in later 1998. Under a week before the record premiered, Lisa G. still left Buck to come back to Canada; previous Longstocking drummer Sherri Solinger was shortly tapped as her substitute.

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