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The Minneapolis-based Love-Cars write lyrically enriched emo-style pop/rock songs as an organization instead of as individuals. Produced in 1997, the music group includes frontman Adam Diers, guitarist Matthew Foust, bassist Alex Gaddis, and drummer David Ruler. From the four, Diers, a rock and roll writer/editor, will get probably the most interest, mainly for his gripping vocals. The indie rock and roll quartet debuted in 1998 with Chump Lessions, accompanied by I’m Close friends With All Celebrities in 2000. No Substitute released both albums, but Love-Cars made a decision to self-release their 2002 recording, MANY THANKS for Informing Me What I KNOW.

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