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Vulnerable Boy

The Mommyheads

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The '90s were filled with melodic, guitar-based pop bands that could do somber and ebullient with equal authority. The Mommyheads were such a group; they vaulted from indie to major labels without losing their character. However, the band fell victim to label politics and broke up soon after its Don Was–produced, self-titled major-label debut. The death of original drummer Jan Kotik inspired the group to re-form in his memory, and The Mommyheads have since rediscovered their band chemistry with several encouraging releases. The bonus track "No One Gives a Damn About Your Band" is a succinct, humorous, and all-too-true account of a musician's life. "On a Clear Night" shows that The Mommyheads can expand their talents beyond basic instrumentation, with intelligent harmonies, crafted keyboard lines, and guitar leads that are far beyond traditional. The dreamlike quality of "Medicine Show," the grinding bass guitar of "Skinny White Uptight," and the Travis-like pop of "Right Where They Should Be" are among the band's strongest material. 


Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

A leading light in the mid-1990s indie rock scene, the Mommyheads were formed in 1987 while Brooklyn-born singer Adam Elk (née Cohen) attended New York City's prestigious High School of Music and Art. The original line-up included the late Jan Kotík on drums and Matt Patrick on bass. The trio released a Wharton Tiers-produced EP, Magumbo Meatpie, on the tiny Sit and Spin label and made a favorable impression on discerning downtown audiences. Within two years, Elk and company released their full-length...
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