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Album Review

Seafood hooked up with Girls Against Boys' Eli Janney on its second album, When Do We Start Fighting, and the match proved golden. When Do We Start Fighting is a slick production with edgy lyrics and bass-heavy guitar work, while the hybrid of Brit-pop and punk moves beyond the "alternative" tag. "People Are Underestimated" glistens around dream pop/indie rock threads similar to the likes of the Pixies. "Splinter" and "Western Battle" are chic metal cuts, and Seafood's tight musicianship is impressive. David Line's candied vocals are boyish but aged. There's something aching underneath these songs. Ex-Madder Rose frontwoman Mary Lorson guests on the intrinsically fragile "What May Be the Oldest," and continues the soul searching. The members of Seafood do not follow their contemporaries on When Do We Start Fighting, and they don't sound uniquely English either. That's what makes this album so enjoyable. Seafood, alongside Janney, made a decent album without giving way to what's commercially appealing.


Formed: 1996 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

British indie rock quartet Seafood first came to the attention of the music press via a series of limited-edition singles on the independent Fierce Panda and Kooky labels. The band had come together in 1996 when bassist Kevin Hendrick and drummer Caroline Banks spotted an advert vocalist/guitarist David Line and guitarist Charles McLeod had placed in a classified newspaper. They were signed to a short-term deal by Fierce Panda in 1997, after their fourth gig. After playing two U.K. tours and releasing...
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