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The Australian indie-pop band the Cat's Miaow formed in May, 1992; a quartet composed of members of the incestuous Melbourne music scene, they featured vocalist Kerrie (formerly of The Beat Poets and Tra La La), guitarist Bart (from Blairmailer and Girl of the World), bassist Andrew (also of Blairmailer, as well as The Ampersands) and drummer Cameron (ex-Girl of the World).

Recording on a primitive four-track, over the next two years the Cat's Miaow issued a series of cassettes on… read more

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  • Avatar for Sonicjr01
    If you haven't heard "Right Back..." or "Seventeen" yet, well, your life is pointless by the second, just take a look at the date this post was made, now could you even guess how many pointless seconds you've wasted ? Stop wasting the seconds !
  • Avatar for ParadesGoBy23
    My ~complicated emotions~ make me appreciate this band even more. Plus the "awesome music thing" and "airy female vocal thing" help too. Wow, people make the most baffling comments sometimes. I agree with the fact that their songs could be two or three times longer and still be amazing, but the shortness almost makes me love them more since they obviously know to quit while they're ahead and I respect that.
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    If you want a lo-fi equivalent of Saint Etienne you could do a lot worse!
  • Avatar for panda_williams
    I could care less about your emotions, just stop being a disrespectful cunt.
  • Avatar for Metaknite
    you can't relate to my complicated emotions
  • Avatar for panda_williams
    @Metaknite Oh shut up...
  • Avatar for Metaknite
    good music that you don't want to listen to, or at least i don't want to listen to
  • Avatar for acalltoapathy
    More like "pretty awesome, if you like the awesome music thing"[2]
  • Avatar for johannez1
    @markthom2 More like "pretty awesome, if you like the awesome music thing".
  • Avatar for Vote4cake
    V I got what I wished for

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