Lumped in with fellow grunge roster mates on Sub Pop, Love Battery delivered psychedelic-tinged guitar rock on their 1992 debut Dayglo
Though Love Battery emerged from the Seattle scene with numerous connections and an ascendant Sub Pop label backing them, the band never managed to breakthrough to the mainstream like their various label mates. Their 1992 debut Dayglo may shed some light on the reasons why. The guitars are loud, loud, loud, sometimes overpowering the other instruments the way James Williamson would in The Stooges, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Thanks to a group of innovative, stellar musicians, the band is capable of fluidly moving from aggressive garage rock to punk indie rock without missing a beat.
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