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    When Bush released its hugely successful debut album, Sixteen Stone, in 1994, America melted for the English post-grunge rockers and their dreamy, raspy-voiced frontman, Gavin Rossdale. “Everything Zen” was the band’s first song to hit the radiowaves, followed by “Machine Head,” “Little Things,” “Comedown,” and “Glycerine.” Bush was back on top again in 1996 with the hits  “Swallowed” and “Greedy Fly” from its Steve Albini-produced sophomore album, Razorblade Suitcase. The band’s thrusting guitars, infectious choruses, and heart-wrenching ballads are impossible not to love — and awesome on vinyl. Though the original line-up parted ways in 2002 after releasing four albums together, a reformed Bush reunited for a fifth, Sea of Memories, in 2011.
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