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Welcome back, Oleander

Reminds me a lot of February Son, mixed with Unwind and Joyride. All of which are listened to from beginning to end.

This album doesn't disappoint.

AWESOME!

This album is great! I love Oleander! So talented and appreciative of their fans!

Love these guys!

Seriously, one of the most underrated rock bands ever. Haven't lost a step during their hiatus. Saw these guys over 10 years ago, had to go on crutches after breaking my foot. The lead singer actually saw us leaving, got off his tour bus and even called up his gf/wife to have us say hi since he thought it was so cool I went to the show with a broke foot! Great guys and great musicians!

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Sacramento, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An alternative pop band from Sacramento, CA, Oleander enjoyed a brief flash of popularity in 1999, when the singles "Why I'm Here" and "I Walk Alone" found a home on mainstream rock radio. The band was originally formed in 1995 by singer/guitarist Thomas Flowers, guitarist Ric Ivanisevich, bassist Doug Eldridge, and drummer Fred Nelson, Jr. Named for the poisonous wildflowers growing throughout the Northern California region, Oleander made their studio debut in 1996 with a self-titled EP; a full-length...
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