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That difficult second album?

An absolute gem of a record by [dweeb] which really captures the electricity of their live shows. It's made with positivity and genuinely beautiful. One of the best kept secrets in music - but not for much longer. Buy!


When you hear Dweebs latest album, one tends to ask the question 'How is this not a national chart topping sound!? Why is it not on the radio!?'.
These songs have been mastered with brilliance. They truly capture passion, energy, and a raw feel for music.

I am (as anyone would be) utterly thrilled with buying this album!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Lo-fi indie band Dweeb, formed in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, launched their career with three singles for acclaimed independent labels - Fierce Panda, Che and Damaged Goods. Afterwards, they surprised many by signing to a major, WEA Records, through their Blanco y Negro affiliate. The group, which comprises leader Kris Dweeb, his sister Lara and the similarly surnameless John Dweeb, formed after seeing a London gig by teenage lo-fi band Bis. They came to the attention of Blanco y Negro managing...
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