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Producing five massive U.K. singles, Shed Seven's sophomore effort is the band's most consistently engaging album. Borrowing more from trad-rock than many of their peers, Shed Seven essentially created an album full of inspirational anthems — three of the album's singles seem to deal with achievement of some sort. This is no drawback, however, as many of the songs on A Maximum High are excellent shout-along, arena-ready numbers. The set as a whole is far more consistent than their spotty debut and contains very little filler. While Shed Seven scarcely explore any unfamiliar territory, A Maximum High is a very consistent and listenable disc of mid-1990s mainstream rock & roll.


Formed: York, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Britpop band Shed Seven officially formed in York, England in 1991, although frontman Rick Witter, guitarist Paul Banks, bassist Tom Gladwin and drummer Alan Leach first began collaborating in bands while still in their teens. Signing to Polydor in 1994, Shed Seven's debut single "Mark"/"Casino Girl" raised few eyebrows, but their second effort, "Dolphin," reached the UK Top 30; following a third single, "Speakeasy," the group closed out the year with the release of their debut LP, Change Giver....
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