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YOUNG FRESH FELLOWS - I don't think this is
[LP]    LABEL: MUNSTER
14.50EUR

Seattle most-loved rockers and the reverends of the irreverent, Young Fresh Fellows, are back with "I Don't Think This Is... Young Fresh Fellows", their first full album since 2001, and 25 years after the release of their ground-breaking first LP, "The Fabulous Sounds Of The Pacific Northwest".It doesn't matter that Fellow #1 Scott McCaughey is on permanent duty with REM since 1994, The Baseball Project (since last year) and also leading his solo project The Minus 5, with famous guests such as Peter Buck (REM), Ken Stringfellow and Jon Auer (The Posies), Bill Rieflin (REM), Chris Ballew (Presidents of the USA), his good buddies from Wilco, etc. For some die-hard fans Scott will always be 1/4 of Young Fresh Fellows, the greatest rock & roll band on the planet, and the most important export from the Pacific Northwest since The Sonics (you dummy thought we were gonna say Microsoft?).The remaining three quarters of this explosive cocktail are Tad Hutchison (the world's most entertaining drummer since Keith Moon, also known for The Chris & Tad Show, with Chris Ballew of The Presidents of the USA), producer extraordinaire and Gibson Guitars test driver Kurt Bloch (of Fastbacks fame), and Jim Sangster of The Tripwires, Sgt Major and Mark Pickerel & His Praying Hands.Produced by Robyn Hitchcock, frequent collaborator of Scott McCaughey on The Venus 3, and featuring Peter Buck playing his 12-string Rickenbacker, this brand new album is a compendium of punk, 70s rock and 60s pop, from the propulsive guitar rawk of 'Shake Your Magazines' and 'After Suicide', to the psychtinged melancholy of 'The Guilty Ones' and 'Never Turning Back Again'. With 'I Dont Think This Is...', Young Fresh Fellows remind us that two guitars, bass and drums, plus a barrel of beer is still the perfect recipe for success. Or maybe failure. But that's cool.

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 19 January, 2016.
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