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Customer Reviews

Great Album

I have to say, I'm shocked that this is the first review of this album. I know it's over ten years old, but time has been kind. It's a fun debut and a great driving album.

Great Alternative Album

Well what can you say? Elastica rocks the house. the vocals are great and it's an awesome contribution to the music of the mid 90's without being too alternative. Line up and Connection are classics. There should be more recognition for these guys.

I love this album

I know that much of it is derivative (the main criticism at its initial release), but the songs are fantastic. I think that I literally listened to it for a week straight when I bought it in the 90s - it sounded fresh at the time and it still really holds up.


Formed: October, 1992

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Elastica's brief, angular, and catchy punk rock became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1995. While the group reworked both the sound and the image of new wave and punk rockers like Adam & the Ants, Wire, the Buzzcocks, and Blondie, the band's songs are more pop-oriented and hook-driven than most of their influences, and Justine Frischmann's cool sexuality is earthier, yet more detached, than Debbie Harry's. Guitarist/vocalist Justine Frischmann began performing professionally in the early...
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