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Genres  Alternative rock
Labels  Invisible, Sire
Active until  1998
Genre  Alternative rock
Years active  1992–1998
Associated acts  Fetchin Bones
Active from  1992
Members  Hope Nicholls
Origin  Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Past members  John Adamian Chris Chandek Deanna Gonzalez Hope Nicholls Aaron Pitkin
Albums  Top Loader, Tank Top City
Similar  Fetchin Bones, Martin Atkins, Brian Brain, Pigface, William Tucker

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Sugarsmack were an American alternative rock band based in Charlotte, North Carolina formed by Hope Nicholls and Aaron Pitkin. The group was put together after Hope had departed from her previous band, Fetchin Bones, and had begun to write new music with Pitkin. They began to collaborate with guitarist Chris Chandek, who was eventually asked to join permanently along with his friend John Adamian and Deanna Gonzalez. They were popular locally, with their eclectic sound earning them comparisons to The Fall. The band debuted with Top Loader in 1993 and released their only major label album in 1998 with Tank Top City.



Studio albums
  • Top Loader (1993, Invisible)
  • Tank Top City (1998, Sire)
  • EPs
  • Zsa Zsa (1992, Three AM)
  • Spanish Riffs (1995, Yesha)
  • Songs

    Hey Buddy BoyTop Loader · 1993
    My MonsterTop Loader · 1993
    Bring on the UFO'sTop Loader · 1993


    Sugarsmack Wikipedia

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