Drop Nineteens – National Coma

After the debut album, the Drop Nineteens went through cataclysmic line-up changes and from listenable indie also-rans they suddenly became a grunge outfit not entirely unlike their fellow Boston counterparts The Pixies.  A different line up meant a different sound Greg Ackell and bassist Steve Zimmerman were the only member leftover from Delaware the other 3 had long gone.  The dreamy washes of Delaware were nowhere to be seen and National Coma sounds very raw in comparison.

Drop Nineteens : National Coma

Limp
All Swimmers Are Brothers
Skull
Cuban
Rot Winter
Martini Love
7/8
Franco Inferno
My Hotel Deb
Moses Brown
Superfeed
The Dead
Royal

One thought on “Drop Nineteens – National Coma

  1. Great Post Russell

    Hope all is well and you are enjoying the pre X-mas atmosphere

    Talk soon

    David Lignon

    Le mer. 27 nov. 2019 à 18:45, I was a Teenage Shoegazer a écrit :

    > Russell Hiscox posted: “After the debut album, the Drop Nineteens went > through cataclysmic line-up changes and from listenable indie also-rans > they suddenly became a grunge outfit not entirely unlike their fellow > Boston counterparts The Pixies. A different line up meant a diffe” >

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