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Album Review

Despite the fact that Furthest from the Sun contains two tracks from the Family Cat's Steamroller EP, it fails to deliver on the entertainment that record offered. The LP certainly isn't bad, but it lacks the appealing pop dedication that made the EP interesting.


Formed: 1988 in Stoke Newington, London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Formed in Yeovil, England in 1988, the noisy Family Cat comprised vocalist Paul Frederick, guitarists Stephen Jelbert and Tim McVay, bassist John Graves and drummer Kevin Downing. After making their London debut the following April, the group was promptly signed to the fledgling Bad Girl label, soon issuing their debut single "Tom Verlaine" to widespread acclaim. With ex-Jam member Rick Buckler handling production chores, the Family Cat recorded their first mini-LP, Tell 'Em We're Surfin', in 1989;...
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