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Screeching Weasel are responsible for some definitive punk classics including Boogada Boogada Boogada! and the Punkhouse EP, but after a while they started to put out too many records, most of which were forgettable. For Bark Like a Dog, a sort-of reunion album after Ben Weasel left the band for a few years to work on the Riverdales, a lame side project, Weasel is back in the business of writing real songs. You can tell he actually sat for a long time (perhaps someone tied him to a chair) and worked on these tunes, because most of them are excellent, ranging from the playground anxiety tune, "Cool Kids," which has a killer organ riff, to a squooshy-sounding ballad where he sings, "Your name is tattooed on my heart and I'll always be true." "(She Got) Electroshocked" pays homage to the Ramones, like about a third of Screeching Weasel's songs, while the actually kind-of sweet "Handcuffed to You" and "Get Off My Back" are among the best softer-edged pop-punk tunes Weasel has ever written.


Formed: 1986 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Chicago's Screeching Weasel generally have a polarizing effect on most punk fans -- either you love their amateurish, tuneful Ramones imitation and singer/guitarist Ben Weasel's smartass suburbanite, often pop culture-oriented lyrics, or you hate them. Over the course of the band's career, which lasted for more than a decade and saw several breakups and numerous personnel changes, Weasel (in spite of occasional nitpicking from critics) remained true to his staunch D.I.Y. indie ethics, as befits a...
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