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Heatmiser was an band that originated in Portland, Oregon in 1992. Consisting of Elliott Smith (guitar and vocals), Neil Gust (guitar and vocals), Brandt Peterson (bass; later to be replaced by Sam Coomes, frontman of Quasi), and Tony Lash (drums), they were known for their well-crafted lyrics and songs featuring and cheery words and melodies. The pop-oriented songs of Elliott Smith were a contrast to the darker songs of Gust, while both Smith and Gust's songs touched… read more

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  • Avatar for YOUR_MORONIC
    Heatmiser > Meatloaf [48]
  • Avatar for ultima_stella
    Elliott Solo > Heatmiser [3]
  • Avatar for ultima_stella
    Elliott Smith is better. I can see why he decided to do his own solo work.
  • Avatar for ms_scatterbrain
    Heatmiser Get Lucky > Daft Punk Get Lucky Although I love both songs of the same title, Seriously, Get Lucky could've been a huge 90's alt hit! [2]
  • Avatar for bruna8D
    its a cruel reminder and its all in my head
  • Avatar for kickdrumrobot
    Heatmiser Get Lucky > Daft Punk Get Lucky Although I love both songs of the same title, Seriously, Get Lucky could've been a huge 90's alt hit! It's too bad they never played any reunion shows before smith's passing.
  • Avatar for joemcmaster
    Surprised by how much Neil Gust's tracks are shit on in the comments. I can see how it can be called generic, but this is some of the best and most complex indie rock I've ever heard.
  • Avatar for Parabellum13x
    "by-the-numbers as generic as they come." Not when they were active, everyone knows modern "indie" lifted Elliott's style and this is no exception.
  • Avatar for Poisonnation
    Elliott Solo > Heatmiser [2] Imo, the best Heatmiser songs were written by Elliott anyway.
  • Avatar for cdax2307
    This band was no very good. Hell, by-the-numbers as generic as they come. Only to gain retroactive popularity once ES got big.

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