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Worth the wait

From the opening track I knew the void since the toadies last album for dark, hard, weird rock was filled at last. I caught them 3 times on this tour even once with People in Planes opening for them in New Orleans at the House of Blues. Toadies never dissapoint and this album is no exception. Thanks Toadies!

Hardest Toadies album to date!

Don't get me wrong, each one is fantastic in its own weird way, but this struck me as the heaviest album out of all. We're met this time around with chugging punch-rock hits like "Nothing To Cry About" and "I Am A Man Of Stone", which should have honestly garnered more attention than they did. One of the most easy introductions into Toadies apart from Rubberneck!


Formed: 1989 in Fort Worth, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best known as the creators of the 1995 grunge staple "Possum Kingdom," the Toadies formed in 1989 and spent their infancy playing shows in Fort Worth, Texas. Musicians cycled in and out of the Toadies lineup from the very start, and the group soon became the domain of frontman Todd Lewis, a Pixies-influenced musician who wrote and produced the band's early releases. After issuing a series of homemade tapes and bringing drummer Mark Reznicek into the fold, the band released a proper EP, Pleather,...
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