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The Young Fresh Fellows consists of musical veterans whose success has largely been performing in support roles for other musicians (R.E.M., Robyn Hitchcock). Their own irreverent take on the music they love has garnered a strong critical reputation and a solid cult following, but they’ve never been too keen on the professionalism or focus necessary to sustain a genuine career. So in 2009, 25 years since their first album, the Fellows sat down with Robyn Hitchcock as their producer and set out to rectify the situation with a solid collection of tunes that is neither too sober nor too silly, and that reflects their voluminous knowledge of the music without turning things into a history lesson. Traces of the ‘60s British Invasion, a love for garage rock, folk music, and the enduring joys of punk and pop radiate from tracks that range from the smooth beauty of “If You Believe In Cleveland” to the extra whipping behind “Let the Good Times Crawl.” “Ballad of the Bootleg” even throws the band onto the dancefloor with an extra groove.

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a) the finest Fellows record since World Tour ’88. b) the answer to The Replacements cryptic liner note prayer of 1989 – “L.L.Y.F.F.” – long live the Young Fresh Fellows. c) another ripe heirloom tomato in Robyn Hitchcock’s cornucopia of eatable gifts for the ear hole. d) worth the wait and all the MTV hype. ANSWER: E) ALL OF THE ABOVE. Thanks Fellows, you remain fresh and youthful and made my day with this release – now get in the van and take it on the road!

Alt-Rock Time Machine

This album could make thick rock hairs sprout from a balding rocker's head! All things old are new again. Suddenly, I've got fresh hot alt-rock just like I'm back at college in the late 80's. Scott and the Fellows just dropped a jingle jangle candy sack that's riddled with crisp and tasty hooks. Thank you Robyn and Yep Roc Records!

Rocked Rolled

Great songs,catchy melodies,great guitar sounds....a must have for any one into Rock & you remember...Rock & Roll...


Formed: 1982 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Rock

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

Unsung heroes of the Seattle rock community, the witty, rough-edged pop unit Young Fresh Fellows formed in 1982. Originally comprised of vocalist/bassist Scott McCaughey, guitarist Chuck Carroll, and drummer Tad Hutchison, the group debuted in 1984 with The Fabulous Sounds of the Pacific Northwest, an understated pop nugget featuring whimsical numbers including "Teenage Dogs in Trouble," "Power Mowers Theme," and "Rock and Roll Pest Control." After recruiting bassist Jim Sangster to allow frontman...
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