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Previously only available on tours, this lovely stop-gap rarities affair collected a number of the band's spectacular demos, live tracks, and radio sessions. Familiar songs such as "Say Hello," "Wayward Daughter," and "Accelerate" mixed with the unfamiliar ("When the Bottle Is Dry," "Xmas in the Arctic Pole"), and each one was drenched in ridiculous self-assurance, soft-pedaled but not obscenely so, and would call to mind an unplugged Suede or Flaming Lips consoling a best friend even while restricted within the confines of acoustic or home-demo environs. Table-scraps, perhaps, but better than most bands' careers.


Formed: 1993 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Named in honor of filmmaker Gus Van Sant's indie classic Drugstore Cowboy, the dark, atmospheric British-based trio Drugstore formed in London in 1993. The group was led by vocalist/bassist Isabel Monteiro, an expatriate Brazilian who relocated to the U.K. in 1990; after singing in a number of short-lived groups, she eventually teamed with drummer and Los Angeles native Mike Chylinski, and soon Drugstore began to take shape. Claiming to hate her haunting, smoky voice, Monteiro insisted that the fledgling...
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