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More Boy Less Friend
More Boy Less Friend
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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'More Boy, Less Friend' CD by SPRINKLER


CD Details

All Artists: Sprinkler
Title: More Boy Less Friend
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sub Pop
Release Date: 3/1/1994
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 098787016529, 098787016543, 098787016567


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'More Boy, Less Friend' CD by SPRINKLER

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Forget this one
P. TORRENTE MALDONADO | Madrid, Madrid Spain | 04/20/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)

"You can safely save the money for any other thing instead of buying this record."
Not interesting...
Andrew Storslett | Portland,OR | 08/14/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Another band for Sub Pop deals - no ideas inside this album.Go to look for other stuff inside "grunge minor choices",as Gravel,Earth,My Name,Skin Yard,Blood Circus,Seaweed."
Lost Treasure: Mandatory for yer Alt Rock Collection
nuwanda23 | Yankton, SD United States | 04/09/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"So Nirvana is being hailed, 10 years after Kurt Cobain killed himself, as the flag-bearers of "grunge." Whatever. Like Nirvana, people who were really there know better. They also know that the alt-rock "revolution" of the early 90's was not a Seattle phenomenon, but a Pacific Northwest thing that incuded incredibly innovative groups from Portland, Olympia, Idaho, Vancouver & Victoria BC, and even Montana. And they know Sprinkler. This was the first band from Portland signed to the legendary Sub-Pop records. That right there should warrant your attention. Like several bands and venues left off the map when major media pontificate on "grunge," Sprinkler was a hugely influential trio that flew under the radar but exerted enormous force on the indie scene. Their music is raw, artful, surreal, mysterious, and raucously head-banging. They're a medoldic power trio that shows enormous dynamic range and inventiveness with three instruments; brothers Nate and Chris Slusarenko's art pedigree creates a sonic exhibition -- literally like a stroll through a gallery -- that is truly unlike any other player in the Northwest or pretender to their alt rock legacy. As for their legacy, the memebers of Sprinkler went on to form numerous other much-loved bands in Portland, to collaborate with other highly respected geniuses of the genre and to contribute enormously to the local and regional scene. Chris, for example, has recently been touring with Guided By Voices. Which proves the point: these guys are the real deal, they were there, they still rock, and this album is where it all started. If you love indie rock, the pure stuff, this one's straight from the cradle. You need to get your mitts on it now."