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Boasting a slightly sharper production (courtesy once again of Drive Like Jehu drummer Mark Trombino) and more desperate sound than its predecessor, Knapsack's third album sounds like what it was — a great band making their somewhat angry final record. Criticized for sameness in the past, Knapsack attempts to stretch out a bit more on This Conversation, with some degree of success. Ultimately, though, what made people like the band was what the band delivered: straightforward, no frills emotional rock. While certainly not groundbreaking, they did it remarkably well.

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Not a weak Cut!!

Great hooks, great lyrics, a real underrated, overlooked gem!!

Mr. Angryman

Knapsack is one of the best things to happen to the music industry in a long time, it's a shame they never really took off. Go Sergie, Go!!!!

LOVE THEM!

KNAPSACK IS AMAZING ! =]

Biography

Formed: 1993 in Davis, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Indie-rockers with an emotional core to their music as well as the requisite adrenalin rush, Knapsack formed around two high-school pals studying at University of California at Davis. Vocalist/guitarist Blair Shehan and drummer Colby Mancasola both grew up in nearby Redding, and in mid-1993 they formed the group, originally featuring guitarist Jason Bokros and bassist Rod Meyer. By 1994, Knapsack had released a seven-inch single on the San Diego label Goldenrod, and thanks to an incessant tour schedule,...
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