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    (1993- )
    Born in Austin, Texas
    Released 'Nefarious' (1994), 'Telephono' (1996), 'Soft Effects' (1997), '30 Gallon Tank' (1998), 'A Series of Sneaks' (1998), 'Love Ways' (2000), 'Girls Can Tell' (2001), 'Kill the Moonlight' (2002), 'Gimme Fiction' (2005), 'Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga' (2007) and 'Don't You Evah' (2008)
    Recorded 'All the Negatives Have Been Destroyed' (1996), 'Not Turning Off' (1996), 'Anticipation' (1998), 'The Agony of Laffitte' (1998), 'Anything You Want' (2001), 'Everything Hits at Once' (2001), 'Car Radio' (2001), 'Advance Cassette' (2001), 'Text Later' (2002), 'Shake It Off' (2002), 'Someone Something' (2002), 'Jonathon Fisk' (2002), 'Stay Don't Go' (2003), 'The Way We Get By' (2003), 'I Turn My Camera On' (2005), 'My First Time, Vol. 3' (2005), 'Sister Jack' (2005), 'The Underdog' (2007), 'You Got Yr. Cherry Bomb' (2007) and 'Don't You Evah' (2007)
    Britt Daniel (Lead vocalist/guitarist)
    Jim Eno (Drummer)
    Rob Pope (Bassist)
    Eric Harvey (Keyboard/guitarist/percussionist/vocals)
    Joshua Zarbo (Bassist 1997-2000, 2001-2007)
    Andy McGuire (former member)
    Greg Wilson (former member)
    Genre: Indie rock
    Britt said 'I think what differentiates us most from other rock bands is that we're classy.'
    Their sound is somewhat similar to the Pixies and Wire.
    Elektra records dropped them after only 4 months (1998).
    Spoon released 'The Agony of Laffitte' and 'Laffitte Don't Fail Me Now' in response to Elecktra's Ronn Laffitte who fired them.
    They admitted the compromised to get 'Sneaks' released.
    The band grew from a noisy copycat style to being unique.
    TV Series 'Veronica Mars,' 'Chuck,' 'Scrubs,' 'Numb3rs,' 'Bones' and 'The Simpsons' featured their songs.
    Their song 'The Underdog' can be heard in 'Cloverfield.'
    They provide music for the video game 'Matt Hoffman's Pro BMX 2.'
    Their name was chosen from a song title by the German avant-garde band Can.

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