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The Posies began as a set of informal home recordings by Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow in Bellingham, Washington in 1987 and eventually became a full-fledged band. Those demos were released as the album Failure, and Mike Musberger and Rick Roberts joined soon after, allowing the band to play its first live shows in Seattle and Bellingham. The four then moved into a house in Seattle's University District. The band's first full album was their major-label debut Dear 23 in… read more

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  • RIP drummer Darius Minwalla
  • I might still use the goddamn slow Windows Vista when I should upgrade to Windows 8 already but I cannot because I might lose the only 2 songs I have from this band... then I'll be a sad sad panda :(
  • Definitely underrated and I agree Frosting On the Beater should be the most listened. In addition, "The Glitter Prize" and "So Caroline" from their latest album are among their best songs.
  • Frosting on the beater should be the most listened, no?
  • Extremely underrated.
  • ashamed to say I'm just now getting around to listening to them (20 something years after their first album). i love "love letter boxes"
  • Windows Vista - 2007
  • The Posies – Coming Right Along is great! I don't know why are you talking about Windows vista :3 but I got to know them from "The basketball diaries"
  • I rated those songs on windows vista 1/5 stars years ago. Should I give them a legit listen?
  • This band is so good.How come it doesn't have more listeners here? I'm really wondering

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