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The Age Of Electric

546 Make A Pest A Pet by The Age of Electric

Make A Pest A Pet

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Gil Norton
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On the third and final album Make A Pest A Pet by The Age of Electric, the band backs smart songwriting with hooky melodies and guitar riffs

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Lots of bands have brothers, but how about two pairs of brothers? Perhaps growing up with a musical sibling is the reason the Kerns and Dahle brothers are able to crafty such a hooky and satisfying album of power-pop tinged rock on their third and final released as The Age of Electric - 1996's Make A Pest A Pet. Along with fellow Canadian 90s rock bands like Sloan, Odds, and Zumpano, TAOE bring their own take to the nebulous power-pop genre, bashing through three-minute guitar lead bursts without sacrificing dynamics or melody.

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Remote Control
  • 18:56 - Mad at the World
  • 21:34 - Nothing Happens
  • 29:35 - Don't Wreck It
  • Outro - Unity or Grenadine

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