The Call release their 7th album on August 17, 1990. It’s their last album together as the band would disband and not work together for 10 years.
BNL’s second album is released on August 15, 1994. It’s their first album to chart in the USA.
August 15 is a holiday around these parts. The debut album is released on August 15, 1995 …
Squeeze me macaroni … this makes Tuesday a good day!
Mr. Bungle, the experimental rock band consisting of Mike Patton, Trey Spruance, and Trevor Dunn, are reuniting for their first shows in nearly two decades.
Pixies release their third album on August 13, 1990 …
311 release their 4th album on August 5, 1997. It’s immediately panned by critics and fans as the band drifts from their rap-infused past. However, as time goes on, the album is embraced and enjoys a cult following leading the band to perform it in its entirety in 2011. Time is a hero.
Gin Blossoms release their second album on August 4, 1992 to very little fanfare. A year later, the thing is multi-platinum on the strength of a couple singles: “Found Out About You” and “Hey, Jelousy.”
Right here, right now … happy birthday
ICYMI ~ Pitchfork spotlights Polly Jean’s 1993 epoch …