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This album is a lovely addition to an already stellar line up of releases from Portland's own DIY favorite The Prids. Reminiscent of early 90's shoegaze like Catherine Wheel and Slowdive ( in particular with both David and Mistina's duel vocals) yet completely refreshing and original in it's songwriting. This album is already one of my favorites for the year and if this album doesn't catapult them into mainstream success I would be surprised. A must have for anyone who likes post-punk, shoegaze or good solid pop music.

one of the best albums i've bought all year...

i love finding new bands that ppl aren't aware of that are AMAZING...

Great band live

I saw this band at the Doug for in Portland and I was impressed I'll tell everyone in southern ca about them


Formed: 1998 in St. Joseph, MO

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Portland, Oregon-based neo-post-punk band in the tradition of Interpol and I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness, the Prids specialize in a moody form of indie rock influenced by '80s college radio stalwarts like the Sisters of Mercy and Echo & the Bunnymen, but their gothy doominess is crossed with a committed political viewpoint heavy on animal rights and vegan issues, much like the bands in the Crass collective. The core of the Prids is the vocal duo of guitarist David Frederickson and bassist...
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jun 11, 2010

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