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Album Review

After a long (nearly three-year) absence, the Wannadies returned in 1999 with their fifth proper album Yeah. Although its release was hindered slightly (it appeared in the U.K. six months after its initial Swedish release and in the United States even later), Yeah is a tour de force that effectively expands the band's sound even farther. The Wannadies enlisted former Cars frontman Ric Ocasek as producer, and this proved to be a very wise decision — his trademark stamp is dripping off of most of these tracks, especially the title track, an outstanding techno-glam rock party anthem, and on the handclaps in "Big Fan." Yeah is a slightly darker release than their previous efforts — due mostly to some bitter record company battles. Because of this, there is a good share of ballads, especially darker ones. While they're not the Wannadies' forte (and are, therefore, amongst the weaker tracks on the album), they're still excellent and help distinguish Yeah from the previous Wannadies releases. Other highlights include the Nirvana-esque "I Love Myself" and the pure melt away pop of "No Holiday."


Formed: 1988 in Skellefteå, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Wannadies are one of Sweden's sweetest secrets, a band that was lucky enough to look beyond the pop sensations of ABBA, Ace of Base, and Roxette to establish a career inside modern rock. Hailing from Skelleftea, the Wannadies formed in the late '80s and brought Sweden's alternative rock scene to the forefront nearly a decade later. Pär Wiksten (vocals/guitar), Stefan Schönfeldt (guitar), Fredrik Schönfeldt (bass), Gunnar Karlsson (drums), and Christina Bergmark (organ) issued two independent...
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