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Come Out Come Out (Remastered Extended Version)

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Album Review

Come Out, Come Out is Cub's masterpiece, transcending the cutesy limitations of cuddlecore to create music of genuine originality and meaning. Each of the 11 original tracks here is an absolute gem, buoyed by Ramones-like abandon but anchored by an ever-expanding melodic sophistication and lyrical depth; apart from almost absurdly infectious highlights like "Ticket to Spain" and "Everything's Geometry," there's also an emotional complexity to tracks like the giddy "Your Bed" and the bitter "Tomorrow Go Away," which rejects the seeming naïveté of the band's music once and for all. Cuddlecore's finest hour.

Biography

Formed: 1992 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Crush pop trio Cub formed in 1992 after vocalist/bassist Lisa Marr, guitarist Robynn Iwata, and drummer Valeria Fellini met while working at the college radio station of their alma mater, the University of British Columbia. Despite no prior musical experience — throughout the band's first year, Iwata played live seated on the stage while looking at cheat sheets for chord progressions — Cub's live shows (during which the group often tossed candy to the audience) won their unique brand...
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