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What is this, the 1950s? iTunes won't even let me type it properly, but the last song is called "Time W-h-o-r-e"


Treepeople was a group of musicians that went on to other exceptional bands, but all those exceptional bands originated from this exceptional band. If you're a fan of great music, this is a must have. Treepeople had a great ability to blend indy, metal, punk, grunge, and classic rock all into a single song. This is one of there best efforts and shows why they continued there success on other avenues.

Buy it, you know you want to

Good buy for anyone who likes Built to Spill, and even if you dont it's still good.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Upon the breakup of the Boise, ID, punk band State of Confusion, several members elected to head west to the thriving then-underground scene in Seattle, and so guitarist/vocalist Doug Martsch, guitarist/vocalist Scott Schmaljohn, bassist Pat Brown, and drummer Wayne Rhino Flower became Treepeople. An often melodic cross between punk and grunge highlighted by Martsch and Schmaljohn's guitar interplay, Treepeople's sound was never really altered to fit the post-Nirvana Seattle formula, and perhaps...
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