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June 12, 2001 | ROGER CATLIN, HARTFORD COURANT
During the weekend of the big spring music conference in Austin, Texas, the lines were too long to see a band called Death Cab for Cutie at an upstairs billiards hall. So you wander all the way down 6th Street to Opal Devine's Freehouse, where on a porch thoroughly chilled by the Texas evening, Dumptruck was playing its heart out. That's right, Dumptruck, which captured an indie-rock audience and toured incessantly in the mid- to late-'80s.
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June 12, 2001 | ROGER CATLIN, HARTFORD COURANT
During the weekend of the big spring music conference in Austin, Texas, the lines were too long to see a band called Death Cab for Cutie at an upstairs billiards hall. So you wander all the way down 6th Street to Opal Devine's Freehouse, where on a porch thoroughly chilled by the Texas evening, Dumptruck was playing its heart out. That's right, Dumptruck, which captured an indie-rock audience and toured incessantly in the mid- to late-'80s.
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June 16, 1986 | STEVE HOCHMAN
Like many young folk-rocky bands, Dumptruck is a more powerful and gripping proposition live than on record. Saturday at Club Lingerie, the Boston-based quartet replaced the pristine, atmospheric sound of its recent album "Positively" with a denser mix, de-emphasizing the record's fuzzy neo-psychedelic guitar leads in favor of increased rhythmic momentum.
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October 22, 1987 | DUNCAN STRAUSS
It will be a rebuilt Dumptruck that rolls into town for shows Friday at Club Lingerie and Saturday at Big John's in Anaheim. The Boston band has been modified 50% with new parts: Bassist Michael Priggen and guitarist Kirk Swan left Dumptruck last year and were replaced by Tom Shad and Kevin Salem, respectively. They join remaining members Shawn Devlin on drums and guitarist-singer Seth Tiven.
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