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Album Review

The Barracudas is an England-based band with a Canadian lead-vocalist that has maintained an underground rep for over a decade by migrating through various periods of hip retro influences — surf, folk-rock, garage-grunge, and psychedelia. It's folk-rock that carries the day on the group's latest release. From the opening single "I Thought You Sounded That Way Yesterday" to the vibrant "She's Alive," Wait For Everything is mostly chiming, Byrds-like guitars and tuneful harmonies. With their new album, The Barracudas have delivered a tasty, melodic set of music. All that's missing is a bit more of what gives the group's namesake such a fearsome reputation — a killer instinct.

Biography

Formed: 1979

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '60s, '80s, '00s

This London-based Anglo-American band, whose members include Jeremy Gluck (vocals), Robin Wills (guitar), David Buckley (bass), and Nick Turner (drums), was formed in 1979 and scored a U.K. chart hit in 1980 with the neo-surf song "Summer Fun." Turner and Buckley left after the release of the first album Drop Out Qith the Barracudas (1981) and were replaced by Jim Dickson and Terry Smith. Chris Wilson also joined on guitar. This quintet made the second and...
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