Thrush Hermit was a Canadian alternative rock band active in the 1990s.
Thrush Hermit was formed in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1992 by Joel Plaskett (vocals, guitar), Rob Benvie (vocals, guitar), Ian McGettigan (vocals, bass), and Michael Catano (drums). Catano was replaced by Cliff Gibb in 1994; Gibb in turn left the band in 1999 and was replaced by Benn Ross.
They signed with Murderecords, the label of fellow Haligonians Sloan, in 1994 in time to release their Smart Bomb EP, which featured songs such as Benvie's "French Inhale" and Plaskett's "Hated It". The former would get some rotation on MuchMusic, which then held a reputation for more alternative programming, while the latter would end up in the Kevin Smith film Mallrats.
Following the release of the band's second EP, The Great Pacific Ocean, the group signed in 1996 with Elektra Entertainment which released their first full-lengthЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Smart Bomb [1994, макси-сингл]
- The Great Pacific Ocean [1995, макси-сингл]
- Rock and Roll Detective [1997, макси-сингл]
- Sweet Homewrecker [1997, альбом]
- Clayton Park [1999, альбом]