Dwarves

Sugarfix

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Having nothing left to prove, or at least nothing left to shock with, the Dwarves retreated again to subtle innuendo on Sugarfix, their final release. So, when Blag moans about loneliness on "Anybody Out There," you know he really has something dirtier in mind. But Blag actually manages to break free from his sex-starved libido for most of Sugarfix, offering absurd commentary on the Seattle grunge fad in "Smack City" with facetious references to Nirvana and Mudhoney. Musically, the Dwarves had matured into a cohesive punk-rock combo, and they even managed to write a few songs that lasted more than a minute and a half.

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