Comboland" scene, circa the mid to late '80s, this female-fronted quartet delivers jangle-pop nirvana in the form of this singles stunning a-side, "Pressure Dome." The opposite side of the coin, "Numbers" ponders the wonderful, debt-inducing racket that some of us like to refer to as 'higher education.' Produced by Don Dixon and recorded at Mitch Easter's Drive-in Studio I might add.
With a revised lineup, Three Hits issued a 1989 ep titled Fire in the House, that I believe you'll also find to your liking. I'm pretty sure another single followed this one as well.
A. Pressure Dome
BLASTER THE ROCKET BOY Disasteroid 1998 + Succulent Space Food For Teething Vampires 1996 - 1998 1996 *by request* Also known as Blaster The Rocket Man punk rock that sounds like Dead Kennedys *Discogs* *Disasteroid* Tracklist 1 King Of The Be...
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