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Album Review

Stiffed sounds like a band that's been burned so many times it's given up on trying to impress anybody, even on the eve of its debut full-length. That, though, is mostly to its credit. Dip into Burned Again and you find lead singer Santi White — a vocal ringer for both Gwen Stefani and Dale Bozzio from the '80s band Missing Persons — strutting her dub-flavored stuff over a grab-bag of fizzed-up punk ("Soon Enough"), snarky pop ("A Day with Andrew"), and blender-smooth rocksteady ("Your Voice"). Produced by Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains — a big influence on the band alongside the Clash — Burned Again comes across as keep-it-coming, lumps-and-all party music. In a pop playing field littered with geniuses and would-be masterpiece-makers, Stiffed are the genial lollygaggers. Love them for it.

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Hailing from Philadelphia, Stiffed mixes a stylishly cool mix of no wave and new wave. The honeyed vocal scratch of Santi White has fronted this fabulous four-piece since 2001, however the name Stiffed has been a permanent word in her vocabulary since her early 20s. Figuratively, White feels stiffed when it comes to bad relationships, lackluster jobs, and the lack of booty in her life. Having a band was her way in spoofing on those typical issues. Joining her is drummer Chuck Treece and ex-Lottery...
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