Songwriter Marc Benning says 34 Satellite’s second album of guitar pop was born of heartbreak. But if Stop chronicles a domestic dissolution, perhaps it was Benning's automotive obsession that brought it on. “Charleston” is a perfect driving rocker. It has a town's name for a title and mentions the blue sky overhead, while a rhythm section comprised of a former Screaming Trees drummer and Whiskeytown bassist create a solid rhythmic chassis.
Infinite Styles gives the listener a further insight to the many styles of 1200 TECHNIQUES, from breakbeats to funkified electronica...
This EP has been a journey for us… We started, stopped, and started again… At times we thought we wouldn’t...
Released: 1995 1. Back Me Down2. Blonde3. Need A Little Pain 4. Origami5. Nothin' But The Radio On6. Mind7. Dannii8. What...
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