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Album Review

Alcohol Funnycar's full-length debut, Time to Make the Donuts, is a tuneful slice of Minneapolis-derived alternative rock that, while not terribly original, amply demonstrates that songwriter Ben London knows how to craft consistently solid pop hooks. The album is perhaps a bit thin — two of the ten tracks are short filler, while two more were re-recorded from the band's prior EP, Burn; even though the latter pair are excellent, one might hope for a bit more. Still, on the whole, Time to Make the Donuts displays a band that could easily give the Sponges and Verve Pipes of the late-'90s music world a run for their money.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Alcohol Funnycar was formed in Seattle in 1991 by Ohio expatriate Ben London, a graduate of Antioch College who had moved West with future members of 7 Year Bitch and the Gits. The initial lineup consisted of guitarist/vocalist/songwriter London, ex-Love Battery bassist Tommy "Bonehead" Simpson, and drummer Buzz Crocker. Their 1993 debut EP, Burn, established a melodic pop-punk approach indebted to the early-'80s Minneapolis scene (Husker Du, Replacements, Soul Asylum, etc.); their first full-length...
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