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Orphan Works

Samiam

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Superb collection from THE most underrated band in punk!

Having followed the band from their formative years in the early 1990s, the one constant has been that EVERY new album they put out is as good/better than the last! Although I believe these guys don't get anywhere near the recognition they deserve for spearheading the punk scene, i'm very happy to see that some of their rarer tracks have been made available - There are some absolute gems on here including 'I Want More' - a recently-unearthed session track & the entire Samiam side from the Samiam/Texas Is The Reason Live split! Do yourself a favour: grab a cold one & play this album out loud!

Biography

Formed: 1988 in California

Genre: Alternative

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

Part of the Bay Area punk revival of the late '80s and early '90s, Samiam specialized in the catchy, anthemic punk-pop typical of the Warped Tour crowd, but separated themselves with a greater debt to hardcore and a more introspective lyrical bent that won over emo audiences. Formed in 1988, most of the band's founding members had played in other Berkeley-area punk groups: vocalist Jason Beebout had been in Isocracy with bassist Martin Brohm; guitarist Sergie Loobkoff had been a drummer for Sweet...
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