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Formed back in 1992, and labeled to be the first post Nirvana band out of the U.K. to make it big in the States. Bush jumped into the bullring courtesy of a record deal in the U.S before they even had one at home. Something mainly attributed to their sound and style...

Their debut album '16 Stone' was released on Interscope Records in 1994. The album suffered the wrath of the critics, but still managed gold status, and in retrospect, a few classics, as 'Glycerine', 'Comedown', 'Little Things' and 'Everything Zen' seem to be synonymous with surf-trips up the coast in my early-high school years.

Gavin Rossdale has a unique style of writing that encompasses every song he pens down. The proof in this lies in their 1996 album 'Razorblade Suitcase' - which certainly saw a new sound emerge from the British lads - although the songs remained ever so solid. With better reviews and double platinum status, the album only produced one major hit, 'Swallowed'.

In 1997, Bush returned with 'Deconstructed', a series of remixed material that took their music to the underground dance scene. The remix of 'Mouth', originally included on 'Razorblade Suitcase', was used in the movie 'American Werewolf In Paris'…

'The Science of Things' came out in 1999 and showed immense maturity in both sound and style, pushing the envelope with 'Chemicals Between Us', 'War Machine', '40 miles From The Sun' and 'Letting The Cables Sleep' - the latter also producing a remixed hit as a Café Del Mar release.

Bush meanwhile spent their time touring the U.S, and instead of playing all the stadiums and headlining festivals, they instead played smaller clubs and bars - taking it back to the underground scene from which they were spawned.

2001 saw the release of a very back-to-basic 'Golden State' - Supplying ample crunch-guitars and some more mind numbing lyrics on tracks such as 'Hurricane' 'Superman' and 'Ghost Town' - Proving that Bush has the means to create album after album of superior music, and to maintain at the same time, that same sense of originality that set them apart from the rest a decade ago.

 

Pete Stoman

March 2005

 


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