Inbreds, the - it's sydney or the bush

Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for It's Sydney or the Bush - The Inbreds on AllMusic - 1997 - After Tag folded shortly after their ...

Ranking songs turned out to be a much different experience than ranking albums. Here, we got to re-listen to all our favourite music but we were also allowed to indulge in all the guilty pleasures and one-hit wonders the decade had to offer. If you peruse the list in the gallery below, you’ll be sure to see some names you haven’t thought about since, well, the '90s.

The Inbreds consisted of singer/songwriter/bassist Mike O'Neill and drummer Dave Ullrich , [1] and were renowned for their unique bass and drums sound; [1] unlike conventional bass guitar technique, O'Neill actually played full chords on the instrument, [2] punctuated with single notes that allowed the bass line to sound as though two distinct instruments were being played at once. [4] A few of the band's songs, particularly on their third album It's Sydney or the Bush , did feature guitars, piano, horns, and other instruments, which were played by O'Neill or guest musicians such as Matt Murphy , Matt Kelly, [5] Mick Ball and Nick Bowers-Broadbent. [6]

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