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Perfected Sound Minus the Soul

Compaired to their first two outings (Lack of Communication and the live album, Raw and Rare), Pawn Shoppe Heart perfects the garage rock sound that The Von Bondies are known for while losing some of the uncut, vocal expressions that they have had. Sounding cleaner and crisper then LoC, this is definatly the album you will want to buy if you are trying to start listening to them. Best known for thier song C'Mon C'Mon, which hides synical lyrics under an up-beat tune, some of the other songs on PSH may push people away from this album. Not that the other songs are bad, it's just that they require an extended taste. If there were halfs, this would get a four and a half but unfortunatly, a four will have to do.


under appreciated. nobody listens to them. too bad. people listen once and write them off. their loss, we know how good this album really is.

Real "Detroit" sound.

Starts off with a great opening riff with "No Regrets" and then kicks into overdrive with "Broken Man" that just leaves you cringing with glee. "C'mon C'mon" is that unfortunate single played WAY too much, but besides that, the mixture of girl/boy vocals shine and the power guitar shake your eardrums the way rock and roll should. "The Fever" sounds too much like a cheer my sister did in high school though...maybe it's the spelling out...


Formed: 2000 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Von Bondies assembled around 2000 in Detroit, MI. Led by guitarist/vocalist Jason Stollsteimer, the group also included guitarist Marcie Bolen, bassist Carrie Smith, and drummer Don Blum. The quartet's fusion of raw blues heartache with ferocious, gritty punk was an overnight sensation in the Motor City, where such influences seemed to float on the surface of the water. They issued a few initial singles ("It Came from Japan," "Nite Train") and word was spreading fast about their fiery live show....
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