cub (90s Vancouver indie rock band)

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Cub was an indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia that formed in 1992 and disbanded in 1997. They played a melodic, jangly form of pop punk that was dubbed "cuddlecore" by some music critics. Their song "New York City" was covered by They Might Be Giants on their album Factory Showroom, and their song "Little Star" was covered by Washington's Sicko on their album, Laugh While You Can Monkey Boy.

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Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1993 Bettiā€Cola cub 5
1995 Come Out Come Out cub 2
1996 Box of Hair cub 3

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1997 Mauler Compilation cub 1

Single

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1995 The Day I Said Goodbye / The Beautiful & Damned cub / Potatomen 1

EP

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1992 Pep cub 1
1993 Hot Dog Day cub 2

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