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Podcast Episode
Season
Four
number
175
Type
Album Review
Post Date
5/20/2014

Front End Loader

175 Front End Loader by Front End Loader

Front End Loader

Label
Survival
Release year
1993
Producer
Paul Tagg
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FEL perfectly encapsulate the odd and uneasy transition of 80s metal and punk into 90s alternative.

Author & Special Guests

Friend of the show Gavin provides another requested review from down under, this time it's the 1993 self-titled debut album by Front End Loader, who describe themselves as Australia's "least popular, relatively well-known band." FEL perfectly encapsulate the odd and uneasy transition of 80s metal and punk into 90s alternative, jumping from Metallica-influenced thrash to moodier grunge sounds. Does FEL succeed? Tune in to find out.

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Songs in this episode

  • ‚ÄćIntro - Fucking Great3:48 - History of the Band
  • 10:27 - My Side
  • 12:26 - I.G.
  • 18:37 - Me To Know
  • 26:10 - All Star Jam
  • Outro - 'fraid Not

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