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Love Bites & Bruises - The Wonder Stuff Athology

The Wonder Stuff

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Album Review

This solid two-disc live/rarities collection gleaned from the not-so-long history of the band not only shows how underrated they were, but that they were genuinely concerned with musical and artistic growth. The first disc starts with short blasts of snide pop, before moving into the brilliant "Our New Song." Disc two is where the magic really happens, and right from the get go. "Professional Disturber of the Peace" may be one of the best songs in their catalog. Also included are highlights from the last tour and their big U.K. hit, "Dizzy," which is performed with Vic Reeves at the Phoenix festival. It's nice to finally get the rest of the picture with this band, but unfortunate that they're not making new music together.

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Stourbridge, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

When the Wonder Stuff released their first album, The Eight Legged Groove Machine, in 1988, the British press wrote scores of articles about the band, mainly because of the arrogant self-confidence of their leader, vocalist/guitarist Miles Hunt. Hunt's brash public image was the Wonder Stuff personified — mean, self-satisfied, self-serving, and scathingly witty. Accordingly, their colorful mixture of pop melodies, loud guitars, sneering lyrics, and touches of dance music was sometimes brilliant...
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