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B.P.M. (for "Bridget, Phil and Mark," or — if you prefer — "beats per minute") closed out Unrest's career in typically scattershot style, serving up a crazy quilt of classic singles, quirky remixes and unreleased sides. As the subtitle indicates, these 15 tracks cover only the Bridget Cross-era incarnation of the trio, a lineup that yielded the seminal Imperial f.f.r.r. and Perfect Teeth albums as well as a series of superb seven-inches; while the inclusion of hard-to-find tracks like the Miaow cover "When It All Comes Down" and "Bavarian Mods" makes the set essential for fans, it's a shame B.P.M. wasn't conceived as a more straightforward singles collection instead — remixes of favorites like "Cath Carroll" and "Imperial" are tedious, while the inclusion of two nearly identical versions of "Winona Ryder" (neither particularly worthwhile) is plain baffling.


Formed: 1981 in Washington DC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The flagship act of frontman Mark Robinson's own TeenBeat label, Unrest was a towering pillar of the American indie rock community throughout the early '90s -- from the tongue-in-cheek garage noise of their earliest efforts to the shimmering, manic pop thrills of their later, most enduring work, the band was a paragon of DIY virtue, perfecting a genre-hopping eclecticism and knowing, ironic lyrical outlook that virtually defined the sound and feel of college rock in the pre-grunge era. Robinson,...
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