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Album Review

Released in 1994 after several years' worth of increasingly accomplished EPs and singles, Propeller is a self-assured full-length blast of exceptional pop-punk. Singer Doug Caine's vocal style is appealingly bratty — Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and the Descendents' Milo Aukerman are the obvious reference points, although comparisons to Pete Shelley are not off base — without the occasional juvenile tendencies of contemporaries like Dr. Frank of the Mr. T Experience, and guitarist Jeff Graham leads the band through a dozen three-minute slabs of melodic punk efficiently but without making the songs sound too much alike. The album isn't perfect — the cover of "Pretty in Pink" would have been a great encore, but it doesn't really fit on the album — but it's far better than average.


Formed: 1989

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

SoCal punk outfit Schleprock formed when the Bay Area scene was at its finest. Vocalist Doug Caine and guitarist Jeff Graham formed the group in 1989, and within a year Ernie Berru (drums) and Sean Romin (guitarist) completed the lineup. Several 7" singles, such as "Do It All" and "Long Time Ago," were issued on Nemesis in 1991 and the band rollicked right on through countless gigs across North America. At the helm of grunge, Schleprock released Propeller on Dr. Strange in 1994 and continued to build...
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