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Shudder to Think was an American group. Formed in 1986, they released three albums on the Washington, D.C. Dischord Records label and have been labelled a post-hardcore band, but actually draw upon a wide range of stylistic influences, including . Their music is characterized by a complex mix of these stylistic influences, as well as by technical precision and melodic virtousity.

The band's first lineup was Craig Wedren (vocals and guitar), Chris Matthews (guitar), Stuart Hill (bass) and… read more

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  • Dead, asleep. Wonder when she'll come to my hip liquor.
  • But I'm really second best toooooo the one who's on your chest, and in your eyes on every size beyond sex.
  • "post-hardcore" "magnum opus"
  • Shake Your Halo Dowwwwwn, like snoooooooooooooooooow
  • Can't Kill Rain-Covered Cat
  • Yeah. The 'glam-rock' tag comes mostly from their contribution to the 'Velvet Goldmine' soundtrack. Anyone who really listens to them probably understands that they are 'Post-Hardcore' and that 'Pony Express Record' was their magnum-opus.
  • Glam rock? wtf
  • yeah!
  • You guys got your wish, post-hardcore is now one of the top tags. Haha
  • @Phlunked They could be alt-rock, but are more specifically post-hc. They descended from DC punk and were on Dischord Records. Alt-rock is a much bigger umbrella. At the very least, they are definitely not glam and I'm not sure why they were tagged Japanese, ska, jazz, or cabaret. Other smaller bands with the same name?

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