Lucid Nation’s creations expose brutal streams of experimentalism inside the rock genre by captioning one group of conceptual substitute pop/rock design, somehow carrying out a identical trail as the main one unclosed by Sonic Youngsters or Pere Ubu. Country formed in LA in 1994, and since that time, its lineup provides constantly been changing. Their singular function shortly justified their choosing as opening work for crews such as for example Joan of Arc or Bikini Eliminate. In 1997, they shown their first record, The Stillness of Over, and been successful in demonstrating their unequaled and crafty audio fusions. American Stonehenge arrived as their second full-length in 1998, before 2000’s DNA. Since that time, the California ensemble provides managed to keep carefully the same components, embodied by Tamra Spivey (vocals, electric guitar), Tia Sprocket (drums), Grit Maldonado (bass), Ronnie Pontiac (electric guitar, bass), and Danette Lee (electric guitar). It had been with this same clothing that they documented what ended up being their fourth recording, Suburban Legends, which strike record shops in 2001. An entire overhaul from the lineup happened after this, departing just Spivey and Pontiac but adding bassist Greta Brinkman, guitarist Larry Schemel, percussionist Kayla Tabb, keyboardist Diane Naegel, and previous Opening drummer Patty Schemel. The 1st recording with this edition of the group was 2002’s dual recording, Tacoma Ballet.