It isn’t surprising a music group on Sub Pop’s roster looked towards the ’70s for music inspiration, but rather than the one-two Stooges/Sabbath punch of Soundgarden and Nirvana, the recordings of Pigeonhed turn to Sly Rock, Al Green and Prince. The task is the consequence of a cooperation between two of Seattle’s even more credified statistics: Steve Fisk, an associate of Pell-Mell and something from the area’s greatest producers (Nirvana, Defeat Taking place, Soundgarden, Unwound, Screaming Trees and shrubs); plus Shawn Smith, the vocalist for Brad and Satchel. With a big roster of classic keyboards, Pigeonhed debuted in 1993 using a self-titled record. Four years afterwards, the set reunited for THE ENTIRE Word. The remix record Flash Bulb Crisis Overflow Cavalcade also highlighted some respected brands, like Lo Fidelity Allstars, Techie Itch and Crimson Snapper. The duo also highlighted on the monitor from Lo Fidelity Allstars’ debut record, How exactly to Operate using a Blown Mind.