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  1. Disappearing In Airports by Candlebox | Modern Rock Review
    May 23, 2016 @ 9:50 am

    […] scene was catching fire. Within two years, the group had a major label deal and released their self-titled debut album, which was their most commercially successful record. Later in the decade, the group released two […]


  2. Loren Nelson
    February 12, 2019 @ 10:06 am

    I saw these guys in 2010, and their set list included every song off the first album save for mother’s dream and he calls home, and that was it, and I couldn’t have been happier. I feel like they got unfairly lumped into the grunge movement because they were from Seattle, but if you really listen to that 1st album it’s just straight forward blues-based rock and roll. And in that context this album is stellar. They cultivated a huge following on the strength of it. Those fans have remained loyal, as evidenced by the fact that the 2010 show I saw in Wichita KS sold out a 3000 seat venue.


  3. Edward
    March 30, 2023 @ 12:49 am

    This has to be on the Mt. Rushmore of
    worst, horrible, inaccurate record reviews I’ve ever read. I’m ashamed that I even read this.


  4. Rowan
    March 18, 2024 @ 12:35 pm

    My mom loved these guys a lot back in the 90’s when they first broke through, she used to have this album on CD but got stolen and she was super devastated because that was the only sort of grunge band she actually liked, she got me into these guys. My personally opinion is that I have to say this album is probably one of my favorite albums of all time in this kind of grunge scene, I wouldn’t even call them grunge but yes indeed they are alternative which makes it better and peter Klett is hands down one of the best up there in the guitar playing realm. I love listening to all the songs, my top 5 songs are No sense, mothers dream, arrow, don’t you, and far behind. But I honestly got to say this is the worst record review ever.


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