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Sparklejet

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Shaped in 1996 in Fresno, California, Sparklejet was a stripped-down, no-frills rock-band that garnered attention from Billboard magazine (in another of their finest New Musician features), got their music on ESPN’s Extreme Game titles, and got in comparison to such luminaries because the Replacements, the Kinks, as well as the Moving Stones. Their initial three albums, 1997’s Cleaning soap, 1998’s This Years Model, and 2001’s Club Guest had been solid more than enough to have them the eye of renowned “recorder” Steve Albini, who done their 4th full-length, Beyond the Beyond, on Longer Live Crime Information.

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Full Name Sparklejet
Music Songs Ur a Dope, We Get In A Hurry, The Man Who Folded Himself, The World Before Longitude, Lead Me Under, Free As The Rain, I Wanna Destroy You, Anna, Loup-Garoup, Son and Brother, Mirror, So What, The Other Me, Hip As You, The Fox and the Grapes, Calderon, Elegy, Something I'm Not, Gone Today, Comes To This, I Need You, The Lost Place, How Long, Take Me Home, Lebanon, IN., Move On, Discordia, Candida, Anybody Care, I'm an Airplane, Slip On This, The Face You Notice
Albums Phonovella, Bar Guest, This Years Model


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