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Weird Food & Devastation

The Connells

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Album Review

Weird Food & Devastation follows the pattern of the Connells' previous album, Ring, by adding harder-edged guitars to their ringing guitar pop. The Connells aren't able to come up with a set of memorable songs for Weird Food, but the album nevertheless remains a pleasurable listen, especially for fans of Southern jangle-pop (R.E.M., Let's Active) or melodic alternative rock in the vein of Buffalo Tom.

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Raleigh, NC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Raleigh, North Carolina-based jangle pop outfit the Connells formed in the spring of 1984. Fronted by guitarist Mike Connell and his brother, bassist David, the first incarnation of the group also featured vocalist Doug McMillan and drummer John Schultz, who was soon replaced by former Johnny Quest percussionist Peele Wimberley. In late 1984, the quartet recorded a four-song demo. After one of the tracks, "Darker Days," was selected to appear on the North Carolina compilation More...
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