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We've Been Had Again

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Album Review

While Huffamoose's first album (and live show) paint them as a jam band, We've Been Had Again is more of an eclectic alt-rock album. Ranging from the stop-start hard rock of "Wait" to the beautiful ballad "James," this eclectic and vocally intriguing disc is more consistently engaging than their debut. Lead vocalist Craig Elkins' ponderous and often cryptic vocals are in the forefront here, but the music is largely post-grunge and very colorful. The melodies are frequently jarring, but not in a displeasing sense; for the most part the musical twists and turns just make the music more appealing with each additional listen. Thanks to a spot on the 1998 H.O.R.D.E. tour, Huffamoose continued to gain popularity with this release, and "Wait" became a minor hit on alternative rock radio.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Known for quirky, abstract, and eccentric songs, Philadelphia alternative rockers Huffamoose have enjoyed a small but enthusiastic cult following since the early '90s. The uncompromising band was formed in 1992 when singer Craig Elkins joined forces with guitarist Kevin Hanson, bassist Jim Stager, and drummer Erik Johnson (who was replaced by Chuck Treece in the late '90s). The rockers, all of whom had been music majors at Philly's Temple University, recorded their self-titled debut album for the...
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