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Album Review

Despite the name, A.C. Acoustics play a very typical form of indie rock, occasionally beefing up the riffs to a more hard rock sound. The songs are fairly tuneful, but never particularly memorable. The album is at its best when the band dabbles in spacy noise-rock (a bit like New Zealand's Bailterspace — see "Fat Abbey"), but more often, they lapse into skronky rock clichés ("Three").


Formed: Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Since their inception in Glasgow, Scotland, during 1990, this alternative rock band has included members Paul Campion (vocals/guitar) and Caz Riley (bass). Originally more of an experimental band (early on, both saxophone and violin were heard in their songs, in addition to second guitarist Roger Ward), a.c. acoustics (they prefer the lower case) split up before issuing any recordings, before re-forming shortly thereafter with Dave Gormley on drums, and releasing the five-track Wrist Eye demo during...
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