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Land of the Loops was the alias of Brooklyn-based sonic collagist Alan Sutherland, a veteran of several short-lived bands who turned to quirky electronica after his parents bought him a sampler for college graduation. For Slabco, he recorded a pair of cassettes, Straight Out of Milner and Percival, before scoring an underground hit with the single "Multi-Family Garage Sale," later licensed for a Miller Genuine Draft commercial; Land of the Loops' first full-length effort, the much-acclaimed Bundle of Joy, followed on Up in 1996, trailed a year later by a remix EP, Refried Treats. Sutherland next resurfaced in 1999 with a new EP, Hurry Up and Wait; Puttering About a Small Land followed in mid-2000.