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Sweet Homewrecker

Thrush Hermit

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Album Review

Thrush Hermit don't completely fit in the hard rock or post-grunge category — they've got a punk attitude to their sound, especially on Rob Benvie's tracks — and on Sweet Homewrecker, their confusion is evident. Their lyrics are sometimes awkward, sometimes quite clever; songs range from pop-rock to heavy guitar-based rock. The single "North Dakota" was probably considered too "heavy" for most U.S. alternative stations in 1997 (though it did well in Canada); nonetheless, it's a rock anthem circa 1978. Overall, the album feels unfocused and uneven rather than eclectic, and the band seems to be searching for their own sound. However, tracks like "At My Expense," "Noosed and Haloed Swear Words," "Heart Wrenching Man" and "Without You?" make Sweet Homewrecker worthwhile — and give a glimpse of where the band was headed next.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Compared to fellow Halifax bands Sloan and the Super Friendz, Thrush Hermit is the only one that could be called a hard rock band. Their heavy guitar sound, wailing and pouty vocals, and obvious love for '70s album rock and punk sets them apart from the others — who are known for their melodies and wistful musings, not their aggression and raw energy. Thrush Hermit was formed in 1992 by Joel Plaskett (vocals/guitar), Rob Benvie (guitar/keyboards/vocals), Ian McGettigan (bass/vocals), and Cliff...
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