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Album Review

At the time this CD was released in spring 2001, Sister 7, uncertain as to whether they were going to continue as a band, had just finished a series of farewell shows. Fittingly, this disc has the sorts of leftovers that will be of use almost exclusively to fans. Most of the material was recorded live on December 31, 2000, in their home stomping ground of Austin, with material from throughout their career, including a couple of songs they didn't put on their five albums. There are also three previously unreleased studio tracks. Overall, it testifies to their standing as a just-left-of-mainstream mainstream rock band, capable of blasting it out in a club or supporting much bigger touring names.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Austin, Texas-based Sister 7 comprised vocalist Patrice Pike, guitarist Wayne Sutton, bassist Darrell Phillips and drummer Sean Phillips (no relation). Formed out of an impromptu 1991 jam session, the group -- originally dubbed Little Sister -- debuted on the SBK/EMI label in 1994 with a live EP, Free Love and Nickel Beer, spotlighting their fusion of hard rock, funk and hip-hop; a spot on the H.O.R.D.E. tour and the self-financed Little Sister/Sister 7, recorded for Rhythmic Records, followed in...
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