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Album Review

It's about time J-Church got around to putting out another compilation album of all their impossible-to-find singles that were released between 1993-1996. Sure all this material has been previously released, but no matter how much time and money was put into looking for all their scattered EPs, there's a guarantee that Nostalgic for Nothing has something you don't have. Still a lot of the J-Church trademark of laid-back pop-punk with the touching, poetic lyrics — but it never gets old. There are also some pretty classy renditions of Heavenly's "Cool Guitar Girl" and Duran Duran's "Planet Earth." Convenient, easy to find, and a lot cheaper than if one purchased all ten of the singles included here.


Formed: 1991 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Prolific San Francisco punk-pop trio J Church was formed in 1991 by singer/guitarist Lance Hahn and bassist Gardner Fusuhara, longtime friends who previously teamed in Cringer. Named in honor of a local bus route, the group went through a series of drummers before and after the 1993 release of their full-length debut, Quetzalcoatl; the album was quickly followed by Camels, Spilled Corona and the Sound of Mariachi Bands, a collection of early singles. Upon completing 1994's Prophylaxis, J Church added...
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