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Love Cup

Love Glass played emotionally tinged, guitar-laden sound rock comparable to crosstown contemporaries Hum. The Champaign-Urbana group released one full-length, 1996’s Feelin Like Seein Aminto Road Grefus Gronks and Sheet, the name of which demonstrated the fact that band couldn’t end up being faulted when planning on taking themselves as well …

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Liquid Logic

Liquid Logic is usually made up of lead vocalist/guitarist Sean French, guitarist David Caggiano, bassist Dave Dark, and drummer Chris Matthews. This alternate rock four-piece arrived collectively in 1995 after playing points up in the brand new York club picture for quite some time. They individually released their debut recording, …

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Mark Arm

Although additional Seattle rock bands received heaps even more press coverage and racked up bigger record product sales than Mudhoney through the early ’90s, the group is known as to be probably one of the most important and influential to hail from the region — as their garage rock sound …

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Lizard McGee

Taking time faraway from his full-time gig of Earwig, guitarist and vocalist Lizard McGee would spend many hours in his Columbus, OH, bedroom saving several lo-fi acoustic pop amounts by himself four-track. Influenced by famous brands R.E.M., Led By Voices, and also Stevie Question, McGee would incorporate an instrumentation of …

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Love Battery

Alongside Screaming Trees, Like Battery fell in to the even more psychedelic wing of Seattle grunge, adding a liberal dose of Beatlesque pop towards the requisite hunks of mind-bending guitar fuzz. Shaped in 1989, the music group got its name from a Buzzcocks tune, and originally included vocalist Ron Nine …

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House of Large Sizes

Guitarist/vocalist Dave Deibler, bassist Barb Schilf, and drummer Dave Berg shaped the music group in Iowa. After many years on the golf club circuit and some independent produces, the alterna-pop music group was authorized by Crimson Decibel/Columbia, and documented their major-label debut, My Ass-Kickin’ Existence, in 1994. Cup Cockpit adopted …

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U-Men

Along with rings like Limp Richerds and Mr. Epp as well as the Computations, the U-Men had been among the initial rings to inspire and become what would become Seattle’s grunge picture. Within their seven-year profession, the U-Men toured several regions of america, experienced a succession of four bass players, …

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Ruth Ruth

The punk-pop trio Ruth Ruth came jointly in 1994, initially playing gigs free of charge at NY City’s Continental nightclub. Their periodic displays became a residency and by the next season, vocalist/bassist Chris Kennedy, guitarist Mike Lustig, and drummer Dave Snyder got signed an archive cope with American Recordings. Debut …

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Vertigo

Vertigo combine big punk guitars using a psychedelic ’60s audio. Made up of drummer Costs Beeman and guitarists/bassists/vocalists Gene Tangren and Jared Aos, the Minneapolis-based music group have documented three albums for Amphetamine Reptile.

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Flowerhead

A Tx group that attemptedto resurrect ’60s psychedelia (but finished up sounding like Soundgarden), Flowerhead was a difficult rockin’ quartet that enjoyed a short career through the early ’90s. Comprising people Eric Schmitz (vocals, electric guitar), Buz Zoller (electric guitar), Eric Faust (bass), and Pete Levine (drums), the music group …

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