· The set collects their early singles, their self-titled album, their early-'80s singles and EPs, and the You Get What You Deserve and Human Jukebox albums, plus a collection of live recordings mostly drawn from a show, though there are a couple late-'70s tracks too/10(40).
· Thus this four-CD set – the ninth compilation of their work, compared to seven albums they actually recorded. A Place Called Bad demonstrates both why .
· The Scientists: A Place Called Bad. A beautifully compiled and curated box set of ugly music from an essential band. By Ed Whitelock / 17 August The Scientists. A Place Called Bad.
· In , when The Numero Group released the comprehensive box set A Place Called Bad, the Scientists had mostly faded from the indie rock landscape. While their influence was widely felt in the music of the late '80s and early '90s, with bands like Mudhoney and the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion following noisily in their wake, a couple of decades after their split, and despite a .
· The Scientists The Scientists went through many incarnations in their 9 year history but are remembered mostly for the lineup that existed from to Kim Salmon, Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic and Brett Rixon together had the peculiar chemistry that produced the classics, Swampland, Happy Hour, the Blood Red River mini LP and We had Love.
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