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Album Review

Outrageous Cherry's self-titled debut is an entertaining introduction to their retro-experimental sound. Their first single, "Pale Frail Lovely One," remains one of the band's finest moments, encapsulating the light and shadows of their sound. The sunny "Til I Run Out" and extended, noisy guitar bursts of "The Stare" and "Ace 100" demonstrate Matthew Smith's writing and playing versatility and Deb Agnolli's effective, minimalist drumming. [The 2007 reissue of the album includes three bonus songs; one is an unreleased demo track.]

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Named after a brilliant red hair dye, Detroit's Outrageous Cherry mixes garage rock, psychedelic and indie pop into a timeless yet distinctive sound. The band started as a recording project in 1992 but blossomed into a full-fledged group when singer/guitarist/producer Matthew Smith (who also performs in the country tinged Volebeats) began performing live backed by a full band in 1993. Outrageous Cherry's wistful noise-pop debuted with a limited-edition 7" of "Pale, Frail Lovely One" on the local...
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