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The complexity and intricacy of the American Analog Set's albums betray their skills as a singles band — while it's highly doubtful any of their 7" singles will ever threaten the top of the Billboard charts, their unique drone pop tone poems translate to the single format with surprising effortlessness, their approach gaining in immediacy what it loses in scope. Borrowing its title from a lyric in The Golden Band's "The Wait" (reprised here as a jingle for AmAnSet's favorite soft drink, "Dr. Pepper"), Through the 1990s: Singles and Unreleased compiles 14 tracks scattered across the group's brief but so far brilliant career, spanning from their first single, 1996's "Diana Slowburner II," to 1999's "The Only Living Boy Around," arguably their catchiest moment to date. Although the disc is above all an exercise in completism — the alternate versions of cuts like "Magnificent Seventies," "On Our Way," and "It's All About Us" differ only superficially from their original LP versions — the clutch of uncollected material makes it an essential purchase for fans, although newcomers are advised to seek out From Our Living Room to Yours or The Golden Band first.


Formed: 1995 in Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

A drone-pop quartet hailing from Austin, TX, the American Analog Set evolved from the ashes of Dallas' Electric Company in 1994. After Electric Company's demise, guitarist/vocalist Andrew Kenny, keyboardist Lisa Roschmann, and drummer Mark Smith reunited to cut a number of impromptu four-track recordings that ultimately led to their decision to re-form as a group. The addition of bassist Lee Gillespie followed, and the quartet renamed themselves the American Analog Set before preparing for their...
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