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Popealopes

Popealopes

Popealopes


"Like the Jayhawks on heroin." —Wisconsin Cabin, 1991 The Popealopes, active in Davis, California in the late 1980s and early 1990s, released three studio albums—An Adder's Tale, Kerosene, and Cavalcade—on New York's Skyclad Records. Their fourth studio album, entitled Slowest Eye, was released by Italy's Helter Skelter Records, Skyclad having folded. It is difficult to easily summarize either the Popealopes' sound or their influences, but listeners have cited traces of T. Rex, Television, The Saints, Thin White Rope, and Opal. Read more on Last.fm
"Like the Jayhawks on heroin." —Wisconsin Cabin, 1991 The Popealopes, active in Davis, California in the late 1980s and early 1990s, released three studio albums—An Adder's Tale, Kerosene, and Cavalcade—on New York's Skyclad Records. Their fourth studio album, entitled Slowest Eye, was released by Italy's Helter Skelter Records, Skyclad having folded. It is difficult to easily summarize either the Popealopes' sound or their influences, but listeners have cited traces of T. Rex, Television, The Saints, Thin White Rope, and Opal. Though they did not meet with commercial success, they did garner much critical praise, and their influence may be heard in bands as disparate as Grandaddy, Band of Horses, and Yawning Man. The original Popealopes lineup featured Steve Dueker (guitars and vocals), Pete Lohstroh (guitars; later with Beatrice Nine), Sean Crowe (bass), and John Nelson (drums). Crowe was succeeded by Vince Martini (99 Tales), while Slowest Eye features Chad Wilson on bass and Jeff Clark (Buick) on drums.

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