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Poised to Break

Sunday's Best

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Customer Reviews

Doctor Dr.

Sunday's Best is the most talented underlying indie bands around. There lyrics are sharp and creative and vocally wise they resemble Modest Mouse but with a more conventional tone. Great Album. Could only get better.

i hope noone ever compares this to FOB again...

this album rules.

another strong building block in indie rock

Okay... first off this band is in no way comparable to fall out boy. it doesn't even sound like them. this is one of the bands that has passed the test of time and still comes out on top as an influential indie rock band. plain and simple... this is an essential record! get it... you will not be disappointed.


Formed: 1997 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Sunday's Best was formed by guitarist Pedro Bonito, drummer Ian Moreno, and vocalist/bassist Edward Reyes. The trio recorded a 7" single and compilation track with recording engineer Tom Ackerman, formerly the guitarist and vocalist of Skiploader; Ackerman wound up accepting an offer to become the group's drummer, and Moreno switched to rhythm guitar. The newly constituted quartet recorded a debut EP, Where Are You Now, in 1999. Their first full-length studio release...
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