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Royal Trux released their untitled third album in 1992, doing away with their avant noise-rock and writing more memorable songs with verses and choruses. The arrangements were still unrefined and sloppy, but there’s no denying the knack for melody displayed here. Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema’s chemistry as singers was also solidifying as evidenced in the opening “Air” where their teetering harmonies intertwine and disengage with a complicated beauty. The acoustic-based “Junkie Nurse” explores some more of this ragged glory while other tunes jangle, stop-and-start and explode at any given moment. The minimal Stones groove of “Sometimes” is one of their finest moments while “Sun On the Run” closes with a disturbingly sexy rock ‘n’ roll sleaze.


Formed: 1988 in New York City, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

From the noisy demise of underground kingpins Pussy Galore came two interesting bands. The first was Jon Spencer's blues deconstruction unit, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion; the second was Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema's dissonant junkie nightmare known as Royal Trux. Interestingly, both bands started out as avant-noise combos playing little that resembled traditional rock & roll. That doesn't mean the music they made was bad; it was rather a little difficult to figure out when they were really...
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