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Album Review

Combining elements of Hüsker Dü-esque power pop and hints of grunge, without going overboard on sounding metal, is what gives Treepeople their unique sound. Fuzzy dueling guitars and tortured lyrics accompany Guilt Regret Embarrassment from the second "No Doubt" hits the speakers all the way to the final track, "Trailer Park," making this full-length debut a great first impression. And if this doesn't catch the listener's attention, their cover of David Bowie's "Andy Warhol" will.

Customer Reviews

A Better Time

I think I'm one of the few people that prefers Treepeople over Built to Spill. Songs like "Wasted on You" and "No Doubt" explore a raw energy that pushes the listener to forget where he is for half-a-second.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Upon the breakup of the Boise, ID, punk band State of Confusion, several members elected to head west to the thriving then-underground scene in Seattle, and so guitarist/vocalist Doug Martsch, guitarist/vocalist Scott Schmaljohn, bassist Pat Brown, and drummer Wayne Rhino Flower became Treepeople. An often melodic cross between punk and grunge highlighted by Martsch and Schmaljohn's guitar interplay, Treepeople's sound was never really altered to fit the post-Nirvana Seattle formula, and perhaps...
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