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Album Review

This set of short, poppy and punky songs has instant appeal. The three women of Cub have found a formula that suits them: sweetly harmonized vocals, guitars that jangle and roar, and hummable melodies all set to a fast beat. Although they occasionally veer into the realm of snarled vocals and noise for its own sake, they sound more comfortable singing about boyfriends (past and future) and family. They may not be deep, but they get under your skin. An aside: beware the creaking chair sound that closes out the album, it keeps on going.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Crush pop trio Cub formed in 1992 after vocalist/bassist Lisa Marr, guitarist Robynn Iwata, and drummer Valeria Fellini met while working at the college radio station of their alma mater, the University of British Columbia. Despite no prior musical experience — throughout the band's first year, Iwata played live seated on the stage while looking at cheat sheets for chord progressions — Cub's live shows (during which the group often tossed candy to the audience) won their unique brand...
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