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Album Review

Seven years after the failed comeback Serious Fun, the Knack reunited with new drummer Terry Bozzio in tow and recorded Zoom. Sounding like a re-energized and de-sleazed version of Get the Knack, Zoom is the best album the maligned power-pop band has recorded since their debut. Doug Fieger's songwriting is sharp and melodic and the band delivers the tunes with vigor. A few cuts are a little undistinguished, but there are more solid, memorable songs here than on most of their albums, and that alone makes it a successful comeback.

Biography

Formed: May, 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Forming in Los Angeles in the late '70s, the Knack (Doug Fieger, vocals/guitar; Berton Averre, lead guitar; Prescott Niles, bass; and Bruce Gary, drums) were neither punk nor rock, but pure simple pop, standing out among the musical dross that littered the Sunset Strip. Signing with Capitol after a feeding frenzy of label offers, the Knack released their debut, Get the Knack, in 1979. With its leadoff single, "My Sharona," the Knack climbed both the album and singles charts (eventually...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 14 July 1998

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