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    Gnome (2)Fiberglass

    Label:C/Z Records – CZ067
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Rock
    Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock

    Tracklist

    1Pictures2:47
    2F4:08
    3Superstar2:58
    4Seed Pod3:19
    5Crush3:42
    6Popcorn
    Written-ByGnome (2), Phil Ek
    2:56
    7Premium Blend2:52
    8DDA3:15
    9Scoot4:10
    10Hey Phoobie3:29
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    © 1993 Raging National Act Ltd./Feedbach/New Hidden Valley (ASCAP)
    ℗ 1993 C/Z Records, Ltd.

    Basics recorded at The Ranch.
    Vocals recorded at Radioactive Recording.

    Printed in Canada.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Scanned): 008628936725
    • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): CZ 067 · :MASTERED: ·BY NIMBUS·
    • Rights Society: ASCAP

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Fiberglass (Cassette, Advance, Promo)C/Z RecordsCZ067US1993
    New Submission
    Fiberglass (Cassette, Album)C/Z RecordsCZ067US1993

    Reviews

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    notec
    LOCKED DOWN AND hammering hard - this Oregonian quartet drilled you with a dual guitar sound, rock solid, that showed that they had what it takes to come up with catchy hook laden tunes that cooked. "Crush" "Premium Blend" and "F" really highlight the band's charisma and charm. A bit disappointing compared to their debut it suffers from being sound-samey at times; but when they had the jones they could delight and entertain. And most certainly do. "Hey Phoobie" displays Loren Evans vocals in his best light as the band rolls along on the fringes of a time when grunge was fresh, and considered wild and fun. (These guys hung around the same circles with Jon Auer (Posies); Kurt Bloch (Young Fresh Fellows); Silkworm ... ah, those early nineties in the great pacific northwest.