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Album Review

Gloriously good-natured rock on this Y2K release (finding the band on yet another label). The key ingredients in the mix are good hooks, songs that mix in a delightful variety of styles, and the willingness to put across on record that they're having a plain good time in the studio while getting the tunes down. The grassroots support they've been building up is going to go a long way towards overcoming the good-but-not-great tag — the world needs more hard-working good-time bands with great hooks and senses of humor.


Formed: Plattsburgh, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Meeting in the late '80s while attending college in Plattsburgh, New York, the members of the neo-jam band Ominous Seapods soon found themselves at the head of a grass roots following fueled by their more than 200 live appearances each year. Just as Vermont's Phish took their cue from the Greatful Dead's endless touring and grass roots mailing list, the Ominous Seapods are at the forefront of a movement of newer jam-inspired, guitar dance bands (others include God Street Wine, Juggling Suns and the...
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