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Album Review

The Llama Farmers' debut album Dead Letter Chorus mixes big, grunge-indebted guitars and drums with a subtler sense of melody and songwriting than most British alt-rock bands (Muse, Feeder, and Reef) posess. The group's best songs, like "Always Echoes," "Lull," and "Jessica," blend their Seattle fixation with a healthy dose of jangle-pop, but "Pornoco," "Zorillo," and "PVC" try too hard to rock out like old-school grunge and wind up sounding derivative. Though Dead Letter Chorus is a mixed bag, it does show potential for the Llama Farmers to develop a more distinctive, personalized sound.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Greenwich, England grunge-pop quartet the Llama Farmers was formed by guitarist William Briggs and drummer Brooke Rogers in 1997; after sacking their original frontman and bassist, the schoolmates tapped singer Bernie Simpson and his bassist sister Jenni, and although none of the four was yet out of their teens, they soon opened for the Foo Fighters, recording their debut session for Radio 1's Steve Lamacq a week later. The Llama Farmers' first single "Paper Eyes" appeared in the spring of 1998,...
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