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Even if you're a Dentists collector, you won't know many of these songs. Now You're Gone and Jack are pre-"Strawberries," or so say the liner notes. And they're good! Better are Pay and Settle Down at the tail end of their career. Why, oh why, did they end it all?. I'm being melodramatic; the reunion shows established that they're all still walking our planet Earth. Eyes is gorgeous, Are Friends Electric sounds like it should be their own, and Wonderful sounds, you know, wonderful. Get this and be hopeful there may some day be more to come!


Formed: 1984 in England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s

Although the Dentists were arguably the first Brit-pop band, they never were able to capitalize when the style they'd perfected over the course of a decade suddenly became the Next Big Thing around 1994. Their signature sound, a combination of Mick Murphy's veddy British voice and Bob Collins' hyperactively jangly guitar, has been duplicated many times over, but it's never quite been equaled. The Dentists formed in their native Chatham, a small town in rural Kent, in 1983; the original lineup comprised...
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