Vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Louise Post is most beneficial known in the choice rock world on her behalf are the head/co-founder of Veruca Sodium, a female-fronted music group which was especially popular within the ’90s but continued to truly have a following within the 2000s despite significant amounts of well-publicized turmoil on the way. Delivered in St. Louis, MO on Dec 7, 1966, Post was raised within the Midwest but shifted to NEW YORK after senior high school to wait Barnard University (where she attained a BA in British). Opting to come back towards the Midwest, Post (who today lives in LA) produced Chicago her brand-new home, and it had been within the Windy Town that she co-founded Veruca Sodium in 1993 with Nina Gordon (also a vocalist, guitarist and songwriter). Jointly, Post and Gordon designed the audio of Veruca Sodium, whose first lineup also included bassist Steve Lack and drummer Jim Shapiro. Veruca had been greatly inspired by Nirvana, who have been huge at that time and got — combined with the similarly well-known Pearl Jam — produced alternative rock the principal direction of rock and roll music. But while Nirvana’s angst-ridden lyrics had been darkly introspective, Veruca Sodium were fun, funny and eccentric. Although inspired with the chords and melodies of grunge, Veruca also drew on from pop-metal (Cheap Technique and Joan Jett had been affects) to quirky ’80s brand-new wave and got significant power pop charm. As opposed to all of the serious-mindedness that Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Opening were getting to the desk, Veruca’s goofy debut solitary, “Seether” (released around the Minty New label in 1993) was a fitness in absurdist laughter, and there have been plenty of similarly eccentric tracks on the first full-length recording, American Thighs. The name American Thighs was influenced by a research in AC/DC’s “You Shook Me FOREVER Very long,” and Post’s like of ’80s metallic/hard rock and roll became a lot more obvious when Veruca employed Bob Rock to create their second full-length recording, Eight Arms to carry You (a 1997 launch on Geffen). Although Eight Hands to carry You went platinum, the recording was encircled by substantial upheaval. Initial, Shapiro remaining Veruca (he was changed by former Characters to Cleo drummer Stacy Jones), and in 1998, Gordon remaining the music group to go after a solo profession (a choice that Post deeply resented). Lack and Jones became popular as well. Increasing the turmoil was the actual fact that Post’s sweetheart Dave Grohl (frontman for the Foo Fighters and previous Nirvana drummer) cheated on her behalf with celebrity Winona Ryder. Despite everything that, Post opted to help keep Veruca heading and assembled a fresh lineup that included guitarist Stephen Fitzpatrick, bassist Suzanne Sokol and drummer Jimmy Madla. That brand-new lineup was noticed on Veruca’s third record, the incredibly bitter and vitriolic Resolver (a 2000 discharge that discovered Post lashing out at Gordon and ex-boyfriend Grohl). Even more lineup changes adopted; around the 2005 EP, Lords of Seems and Lesser Points, Post (who switched 40 in 2006) was became a member of by Fitzpatrick, bassist Solomon Snyder and drummer Michael Miley. After Snyder and Miley remaining, Post employed bassist Mareea Paterson and drummer Toby Lang for any 2005 tour. However when Veruca’s 4th full-length recording, IV, premiered in 2006, the lineup contains Post, Fitzpatrick, bassist Nicole Fiorentino and drummer Kelli Scott. But not a huge vendor, IV was hailed by some reviewers as Veruca’s greatest, most focused launch since Eight Hands to carry You.