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Mostly B-Sides, with the exception of "She-La", this EP doesn't represent a very good selection of what 54-40 are really capable of. Unfortunately, at this time the selection of their albums is very limited on iTunes ("Goodbye Flatland" and "Yes to Everything") "Goodbye Flatland" is an excellent album worth checking out in the mean time. "She-La" and "Inside the Horn" are from their 5th album "Dear Dear" released in 1992. "Blame your Parents" and "Radio Luv Song" are the first two tracks from their 1994 release "Smilin' Buddha Cabaret" which is the album that got me hooked and I've been a fan ever since. Enjoy!


Formed: 1981 in Tsawwassen, British Columbia, Can

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

A Vancouver band with a folk-pop take on alternative rock, 54-40 formed in 1981 as a trio consisting of bassist Brad Merritt, drummer Darryl Neudorf, and vocalist Neil Osbourne. (The band took their name from James K. Polk's presidential campaign slogan, "Fifty-Four Forty or Fight," which sought to expand the U.S. border northward.) Initially, 54-40 toured the Western Canadian club circuit, without gaining much attention. In 1984, Phil Comparelli was added on guitar and vocals; Neudorf left shortly...
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Blame Your Parents EP, 54-40
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  • $3.96
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 1994

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