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Album Review

Like their pair of indie records, the Honeydogs' major-label debut, Seen a Ghost, is a charming collection of Beatlesque pop, demonstrating the group's knack for bright, catchy melodies and ringing guitars. Seen a Ghost is a solid, craftsmanlike collection of pop that doesn't offer any new thrills, but there are nevertheless thrills in the hooks and harmonies, making it a worthwhile choice for classicist pop aficionados.

Customer Reviews

Not Too Bad

This album has a few good songs. I like the voice and lyrics!


my uncle is in this band and i love them!


Formed: 1994

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Yet another group to emerge from the ever-fertile Minneapolis music scene, the Honeydogs originally comprised singer/guitarist Adam Levy (formerly of the Picadors), his drummer brother Noah (also a member of Golden Smog) and bassist Trent Norton. The band debuted with a 1995 self-titled effort which introduced their twangy garage-pop sound; following the addition of second guitarist Tommy Borscheid, the Honeydogs returned to the studio to record their second effort, 1996's Everything, I Bet You....
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