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Disbanded. Final studio release, The House We Built (2001). A couple of compilations followed.
Oh, wow...I really like Alisha's Attic. I mean, I know that everyone's tastes vary, but those girls really surprised me because I *do* like their music.... very much. I'm not usually into music that's even remotely cutesy, but something about Alisha's Attic's sound really appeals to me. They've been referred to as lite-goth. I don't know is really all that accurate a label, but there is something a little dark to their humor and I find their approach refreshing in this ever-growing arena of Sturm und Drang chanteuses. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended for pop fans
Shellie Poole—vocals, recorder
Andy Wright, Paul Taylor & Gary Hughes—programming & keys
There's not a song on Alisha Rules The World that I don't enjoy listening to. If you have a chance to check out their CD, do so. But, don't go into expecting heavy lyricism or multi-layered musical arrangement. These girls like to dance and they don't dwell on their neuroses. (email@example.com)
They contributed to the compilation albums Childline and Bean - The Album.
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