Swervedriver



Swervedriver

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Active
1989 to 1998
Location
Oxford, England, United Kingdom
Biography
Swervedriver are a 1990s British guitar band initially associated with "shoegazing", however their heavier rock & roll style also related them to the grunge genre coming from the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Some music writers considered them to be Britain's answer to this sound. Regardless of labels, the band's mix of storming and swirling guitar experimentation often crossed into psychedelia, coupled with mystical lyrics that often praised the nihilism of sports cars, racing and the open road.
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Top Songs by Swervedriver


Duel

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Last Train to Satansville

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Blowin' Cool

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Rave Down

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For Seeking Heat

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MM Abduction

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Sci-Flyer

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Never Lose That Feeling

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Pile-Up

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Son of Mustang Ford

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


I Wasn't Born to Lose You

I Wasn't Born to Lose You

Swervedriver March 2, 2015

8 Tracks

Setting Sun

Setting Sun

Swervedriver January 13, 2015

2 Tracks

Raise

Raise

Swervedriver January 20, 2009

9 Tracks

99th Dream

99th Dream

Swervedriver March 2, 1998

11 Tracks

Ejector Seat Reservation

Ejector Seat Reservation

Swervedriver July 13, 1995

12 Tracks

Mezcal Head

Mezcal Head

Swervedriver October 12, 1993

10 Tracks

Mezcal Head - US Extended Version

Mezcal Head - US Extended Version

Swervedriver August 5, 1993

14 Tracks

Raise - US Extended Version

Raise - US Extended Version

Swervedriver September 30, 1991

13 Tracks

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