Pineapples (2)

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Slow-core band from New York.
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Pineapples (2) Discography Tracks

Albums

Pineapples (2) - Twice On The Pipe album art Pineapples (2) Twice On The Pipe (Album) Wicked Ape Records US 2015 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

PART 7.002 Pineapples (2) - Crystalline album art The Pineapples* Crystalline(7") Part Trance Records PART 7.002 US 1990 Sell This Version
Pineapples (2) - Cacahuates album art Pineapples (2) Cacahuates (EP) Part Trance Records UK 1991 Sell This Version
Pineapples (2) - All For What album art Pineapples (2) All For What (Single, EP) Kokopop UK 1992 Sell This Version
Pineapples (2) - She Brings Me Down album art Pineapples (2) She Brings Me Down (EP) Placebo UK 1993 Sell This Version
WA 7002 Pineapples (2) - Please Don't Kill Doctor Strange album art Pineapples (2) Please Don't Kill Doctor Strange(7", Single, Tra) Wicked Ape Records WA 7002 US 2015 Sell This Version
WA 7001 Pineapples (2) - Summergreen album art Pineapples (2) Summergreen(7", Single) Wicked Ape Records WA 7001 US 2015 Sell This Version

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GroundHogPDX

GroundHogPDX

January 8, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
This is the only relevant link I could find online about The Pineapples.
http://www.shockwave-sound.com/composer/225.html

Lacunae Music is an outgrowth of the seminal NYC 90's underground band The Pineapples. The band released three critically acclaimed EP's: Cacuahuates, All For What, which was named single of the week by NME in 1992, and She Brings Me Down, released on Placebo Records. Under the tutelage of famed Noise NY producer Kramer, the band made a dent in the noise pop scene in NY in the early 90's. After over fifty shows at CBGB and an English tour, the band ran out of money and began to pursue other ventures.

Under the name Lacunae Music for Film and Television, the members of the band began producing instrumental pieces specifically geared for shows such as America's Most Wanted, Dateline, Fear Factor, Dr. G Medical Examiner, and Skeleton Stories. The instrumental music is expansive and textured, while the vocal music just might be an early progenitor of many things now so familiar.

As musicians, Michael De Ianni, Kevin Neenan, Howard Rappaport, and Tom Dwyer have worked for over twenty years recording, performing, and now scoring exciting and sublime soundscapes which have been heard on record, CD, radio, and now popular television.