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Label: Koch Records Released: 8/22/2000

I remember when Paw first emerged on the alternarock scene in the early to mid nineties and were being hailed as the next Nirvana (come to think of it wasn't every guitar band signed to a major supposed to be the next Nirvana?). Sure they used distorted guitars and had strong melodies but that’s pretty much where it ends. On Home is a Strange Place, as with their earlier releases, Paw are much more reminiscent of bands like Monster Magnet or Nashville Pussy. The lyrics are well crafted and thoughtful and their southern-rock sound leaves the listener hot and sweaty. The biggest disappointment is that Home… is only an e.p. which is sort of surprising as it’s the only thing they've released in over five years.

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