The lineup from the Los Angeles-based indie pop quartet that dog. symbolized the flowering of another era of musical luminaries: vocalist/guitarist Anna Waronker was the girl of famed manufacturer and Warner Bros. mind Lenny Waronker, while bassist Rachel Haden and her violinist sister, Petra, had been two of the triplet daughters delivered to jazz titan Charlie Haden. Close friends since senior high school, the trio initial started playing music jointly in Waronker’s bedroom in the first ’90s. Joined up with by drummer Tony Maxwell in 1992, that pet dog. released their debut dual 7″ in the small Magnatone Information, quickly learning to be a staple from the L.A. membership circuit; a flurry of label curiosity followed, as well as the group agreed upon with DGC in 1993. that pet dog.’s self-titled debut LP made an appearance in 1994; a lively and quirky punk-pop work highlighted by sun-drenched harmonies as well as the intriguing usage of violin and cello, the record became a university radio hit, as well as the light-hearted video for the lead one “Aged Timer” also garnered some MTV airplay. The follow-up, Totally Crushed Out!, was released a year afterwards; a concept record wittily discovering the teenager angst of unrequited appreciate (packed to remember a Lovely Valley High love book), the record proclaimed a substantial maturity in Waronker’s songwriting, evidenced by paths like “Ms. Incorrect” and “He’s Kissing Christian.” A well planned Waronker solo task was scheduled to check out, but rather, her even more pop-oriented materials became the foundation for the 3rd that pet dog. record; co-produced by Brad Timber, the stellar Retreat from sunlight made an appearance in 1997. The band’s break up was announced that Sept.