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Alert Today Alive Tomorrow

The Muffs

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If it's a hummable, whistle-able tune you'd like to teach the world to sing, then here's a disc of candidates, with a few cuts to spare for a hip marching band. A really hip marching band, that is. This Muffs album is essentially the same one they've released three times earlier — with different songs each time — except Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow is even less complex and more memorable than ever, if that's possible. Although they insist that they're pop-punk, they're really just Cyndi Lauper with a two-pack-a-day habit and a three-chord repertoire that keeps the street lively but musically safe for everyone. Kim Shattuck's growly vocal range actually refers to softer times in pop-punk music, when singers may have felt they had less to prove, perhaps. Shattuck is welcome to relax much more, as she does with charming effects on "Your Kiss," a sweet guitar-centered song that would make Brian Wilson proud. The album closes with a surprisingly sophisticated instrumental, "Jack Champagne," invoking the Ventures and warming your car radios' souls. Although little takes place here to shatter the earth or tumble the walls, there's nothing to shatter your spirits, either. A comforting pop record from a less-than-outraged punk band. [A Japanese version added a bonus track.]


Se formó en: 1991 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

In the late '80s, founding Muffs Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen joined the heralded Los Angeles garage band the Pandoras, and under the direction of talented pop songwriter Paula Pierce, began to fall into over-exerted heavy metal posturing. After the disbanding of the Pandoras, Shattuck and Vammen formed the Muffs with drummer Criss Crass and bassist Ronnie Barnett. After two singles for indies Sub Pop and Sympathy for the Record Industry, which generated a large underground buzz, the Muffs were...
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