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The Vancouver garage-punk duo of Becky Black (vocals, guitar) and Maya Miller (drums) offers up more filthy riffs, feedback, and ferocious vocals on its fourth full-length. Each album finds The Pack A.D. inching farther from the grimy blues of its first two releases without losing power or punch. Designed for high volume, the songs are stripped-down bursts of angst and attitude that find Miller mercilessly beating her cymbals and Black snarling about broken relationships as she adds thick chords and fuzzy guitar lines to these high-energy rockers. The relatively melodic and dynamic “Seasick” and “Pieces” offer some contrast to the minimalist attack of standouts like “Sirens,” “Rid of Me,” and “Take,” though most of the album fits a similar foot-stomping mold. Unpersons is big, loud, hook-filled fun.

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Good, just not as great as I'd hoped

The Pack A.D. is one of my favourite bands, and each of their first three albums was better than the previous. As such, I had very high expectations for Unpersons. So when I say I'm disappointed, it's not to say that it's a bad album... it just isn't as good as We Kill Computers; about on par with Funeral Mixtape, perhaps. It's a mellower, less angry album overall, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but the wild aggression is what I loved about Computers, so I suppose it's that that I'm missing here.

On the plus side, it's definitely true that they're continuing to find their own sound; while it was hard to avoid comparing them to the White Stripes on Funeral Mixtape, that's long behind them.


I was somewhat disappointed by this album, not a ton of depth to this album. it seems that they've not taken that next step as a band. It was just more of what we've heard before, which in not bad I just expected a little from these two talented ladies. They still put on a fantastic live show.


Really sad


Formed: 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Following in the tradition of the Black Keys and the White Stripes, the Pack A.D. play a blend of rock and electric blues. The female duo is comprised of drummer Maya Miller and vocalist/guitarist Becky Black, both of whom left their previous Pixies-styled band to focus on bluesier music. After emerging in 2006 as one of Vancouver's more buzzworthy bands, the Pack A.D. signed with Mint Records in 2007 and released a debut album, Tintype, the following January. Funeral Mixtape, the duo's second offering,...
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