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Small Factory
category: Assassins's member other projects | author: Satomi0212
Small Factory時のalex2

▼Small Factoryとは・・・嬉しいalexが昔していたバンドです。多分、もう解散しているものと思われます。

嬉しいAlex Kemp: bass and vocals
Dave Auchenbach: guitar and vocals
Phoebe Summersquash: drums and vocals

While never the most popular, most acclaimed, or most innovative act on the underground pop scene, in their own way, Small Factory crystallized and articulated the effervescent brilliance of American indie rock like no other band of their era. With their artfully tuneless vocals, primitive but indelible melodies, and singular combination of innocence and abandon, the group captured the sound and spirit of their moment to perfection. Small Factory formed in Providence, RI, in 1991, teaming singer/bassist Alex Kemp, singer/guitarist Dave Auchenbach, and singer/drummer Phoebe Summersquash. After earning a strong local following, the group made an enormous splash at the now-legendary Lotsa-Pop-Losers festival in Washington, D.C., soon after making their recorded debut, "The Giant Merry-Go-Round," alongside Honeybunch and the Scottish Bachelor Pad on a flexi-disc included with the fanzine The Milky Way. After closing out 1991 with their first proper single, the Collision Time label release "Suggestions," the following spring Small Factory moved to Slumberland to issue the follow-up, "What to Want." A series of British dates in support of Heavenly resulted in a more extended American tour opening for Fudge and the Dambuilders. New material, the Pop Narcotic single "So What About Love," wasn't released until the summer of 1993, trailed soon after by the epic "If You Hurt Me," the indisputable highlight of the Simple Machines label's Working Holiday singles series. Another label move, this time to Spin Art, preceded the fall release of Small Factory's debut LP, I Do Not Love You; for the follow-up, 1994's sublime For If You Cannot Fly, the trio jumped to Virgin subsidiary Vernon Yard. Small Factory disbanded in the fall of 1995, with Kemp and Summersquash reuniting in the inferior Godrays and Auchenbach resurfacing in Flora Street; the singles compilation The Industrial Evolution was issued by Pop Narcotic in 1996. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide

not imageTitle: Simple Machines Working Holiday: August
Release Date: 07/01/1993

not imageTitle: Industrial Evolution
Release Date: 06/14/1996

Suggestions Happy to See Not Afraid What to Want Here You Come Giant Merry-Go-Round Hey Lucille If You Hurt Me So What About Love We Will Yeah Hopefully Lose Your Way Scared of Love

I Do Not Love YouTitle: I Do Not Love You
Release Date: 09/30/1993

I'm Not Giving Up Keep On Smiling What to Want What Angels Say Our Deseret Valentine Lots to Do Pretending It's Sunny All Your Reasons Come Back Down Friends Junky on a Good Day

For If You Cannot FlyTitle: For If You Cannot Fly
Release Date: 01/01/1994

Last Time That We Talked Expiration Date Hi Howard I'm Back Sensible Everyone's Happy for the First Time in Weeks Versus Tape Bright Side Sun Goes Ahh Three Months Later For When You Cannot Land Sixteen Years

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