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Great band that no one's ever heard of

White Hassle is a pretty great band, and this album is a real joy to listen to. They have a great way of blending country and 50s Buddy Holly type sounds with electronica (Liten to sandlot Shuffle). A wonderfuly laid-back album by a band that has created its own unique sound. I-tunes needs to get the Life Is Still Sweet EP, which may be even better than the death of song.

Bringing Up the Average

I feel compelled to race to this album's rescue because of the dolt that put 1 star on here and who probably didn't even hear the whole thing but just sampled it and dismissed it. "Back to my Nickelback records!" White Hassle are completely underappreciated and it ticks me off. These people are best combination of the Everly Brothers, Bob Dylan, Roger Miller and all other things awesome with an acoustic guitar and harmonica going. This is what rock-n-roll was. Remember that? Probably not. This album falls a bit short of the follow-up, Your Language, but that's like saying you got five feet from the top of Everest and couldn't make it the rest of the way. Highlights: "Health Food Store", "2 By Sea", "I Will Be Thine", "Resolution (Resolution)", their covers of "The Air That I Breathe" and "My Favorite Lies", "Say for Me" Buy it. Live it. Love it. Email Marcellus Hall and tell him to put out another record as soon as possible.

Shut up inuyasha's girl. Shut up right now.

This rocks. Just because your teen (you probably are) vibrations are misleading you doesn't mean this is good. I heard this on my friends ipod, and I automatically liked it. I really love the guitar line and the harmonica gave it a nice touch. And FYI he can sing, and they are very creative. Great songs. My fave: Indiana Sun!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

White Hassle was a primitive folk/blues side project of vocalist/guitarist Marcellus Hall and vocalist/pots 'n' pans player Dave Varenka, both better known as members of the alternative rock unit Railroad Jerk. After performing a handful of live dates opening for acts including Skeleton Key and Cat Power, White Hassle issued their 1997 debut National Chain, a collection of...
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