Possum Dixon was an American rock band, which existed between 1989 and 1999. Fronted by singer-songwriter and bassist Rob Zabrecky, the group's neo-new wave pop and post punk style first appeared among a string of early independently released 7 inch singles and on their self-titled debut on Interscope Records in 1993. Zabrecky's lyrical content often described love lost and slacker life in Los Angeles.
Possum Dixon (1989-1999) was an American alternative rock band. For the better part of their 10 year existence, the Los Angeles based quartet etched and sustained an imprint on the 1990s alternative rock and roll scene. Fronted by ssist Rob Zabrecky, literate songs about love lost and slacker life in Los Angeles and a penchant for unpredictable performances set them apart from the herd of other rock and roll hopefuls.
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Nerves," the opening song on Possum Dixon's major-label album debut, may well become yet another anthem for the twentysomething generation. It's a song that explodes with the rage of the unemployed and the underemployed. Listening to singer Rob Zabrecky proclaim, "I hate work/I'm a mail room clerk," it's easy to imagine a crowd of flannel-clad fans pumping their fists in the air and singing along.
Possum Dixon – Nerves. Label: Interscope Records – 6544-95934-2, Atlantic – A8304CD. Country: UK & Europe. Rights Society: BMI. Label Code: LC 6406.
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