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It's not surprising that a band on Sub Pop's roster looked to the '70s for musical inspiration, but instead of the one-two Stooges/Sabbath punch of Soundgarden and Nirvana, the recordings of Pigeonhed look to Sly Stone, Al Green and Prince. The project is the result of a collaboration between two of Seattle's more credified figures: Steve Fisk, a member of Pell-Mell and one of the area's best producers (Nirvana, Beat Happening, Soundgarden, Unwound, Screaming Trees); plus Shawn Smith, the vocalist for Brad and Satchel. With a large roster of vintage keyboards, Pigeonhed debuted in 1993 with a self-titled album. Four years later, the pair reunited for The Full Sentence. The remix album Flash Bulb Emergency Overflow Cavalcade also featured some respected names, like Lo Fidelity Allstars, Technical Itch and Red Snapper. The duo also featured on a track from Lo Fidelity Allstars' debut album, How to Operate with a Blown Mind. John Bush

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