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Album Review

Odd as it is to remember, Thrill Jockey started out as a punk label, releasing records by bands like Gaunt and Gorilla. So, it shouldn't come as a complete surprise that out comes Nerves, a genuine and impressive punk record in the tradition of the Wipers, the Pagans, or La Peste. A few mod and beat constructions give the album the angularity and modernity it needs, and there's enough intelligence in the group's compositions to get past the many punk and hardcore clichés, but the key quality is the purity and power of the Nerves' sound and performance — this is a solid and compelling modern-day punk record, and the Nerves' best work to this point.

Biography

Formed: 1998

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Chicago garage punk revival trio the Nerves was formed in 1996 by singer/guitarist Rob Datum and bassist Seth Skundrick. Founded in direct response to the lack of traditional rock & roll in a local scene increasingly dominated by the post-rock aesthetic, the group went through a series of drummers before settling on Elliot Dicks, ironically enough a former member of post-rockers Rome. Scattering their earliest performances with covers of the Damned and the Seeds, the Nerves quickly developed...
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Nerves, Nerves
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 10 February 1998

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