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Album Review

Two albums in and Seattle's Peter Parker is already integrating acoustic guitars and bombastic production (courtesy the band and Tim Harmon [the Posies, Bugs in Amber]) into their pop/punk sound. They may owe a fairly large debt to the bricklayers in Superchunk (Peter Parker occasionally plunders the trailblazers' back catalog for entire instrumental passages), but they avoid cloying poseur-ism simply by being excitable, loud, and fun, incorporating an unexpectedly literate lyrical presence and just enough nuance to keep things interesting. Approach with standard indie rock expectations, and the album is guaranteed to make you pogo like you just don't care. Left field cover: a revved-up seven-minute tear through Damien Jurado's "Paxil."


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in the summer of 1997, Seattle's Peter Parker was another in a long line of distinguished groups whose members adopted their band name as their surname. Peter Parker's initial lineup gelled when college buddies Matthew and Jason Parker began collaborating on guitar and bass (respectively); they found drummer Steve Parker by placing a classified ad in a local magazine, and the trio began playing their first basement shows. That winter, Jason left the band to pursue other interests. Enter Mona...
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