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Great 80's punk / new-wave, not the Christian rock band of the same name

The Undecided blasted pop hooks laced with punk, funk, and harDCore sensibilities from a small but fertile mid-80's scene in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Their earnestly tight album "Dressed to Watch Television" was recorded at DC Hardcore mainstay Inner Ear studios, featuring singer/songwriter Michael Stennick (Space Machine, vocals, guitar), bassist Dave Park (Unrest, Eggs, Flowers of Discipline), guitarist Mike Cluff (Flowers of Discipline), and drummer Cheek Marshall. "Box it Up" and "Painting Pictures" highlight their funkier side, while "No Ammo" and "Television Screen" blister with hardcore energy. "Broken Pieces" and "Sometimes" are guitar-driven pop culminating in the Buzzcockian teen angst of "Static Cling."

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Starting off as just another obnoxious pop-punk band from Steinbach, Manitoba, The Undecided were up of Matt Fast (vocals), Steve Dueck (drums), John Paul Peters (guitar) and Mike Kehler upon their 1994 debut. After releasing their demo CD entitled "Orange Album" in 1996, The Undecided endured a brief tour of the United States and Canada before taking a year long hitus. Upon getting back together in 1997 with the recruitment...
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Dressed To Watch Television, The Undecided
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: May 18, 2010

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