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The Dambuilders - A Young Person's Guide album

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The Dambuilders was an indie rock band that began in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, in 1989 and later relocated to Boston. They released seven LPs (six studio albums & one compilation) and a number of EPs before breaking up in 1998. Members have gone on with other musical projects, most notably the band's violinist/vocalist, Joan Wasser, as Joan as Police Woman. The Dambuilders was a band in the early 1990s Boston rock scene.

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A Young Person's Guide. Originally intended as a demo tape, the Dambuilders' A Young Person's Guide is a fine, albeit rough-edged, debut; clearly influenced sonically by . the group's witty personality is best typified by tracks like "God Wears Glasses," "I Hate Weekends" and "Hibachi in the Rain.

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Formed in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1989, the alternative pop band the Dambuilders originally comprised vocalist/bassist Dave Derby and guitarist Eric Masunaga, both formerly of the Exactones. Shortly after forming, the duo recorded a demo, dubbed A Young Person's Guide, which mysteriously made its way to Europe, where it landed at the offices of the Berlin-based label Cuacha; with only minor remixing, the label soon released the tapes as an LP, and the band subsequently toured Germany. Upon returning to the .  . After signing with the major label EastWest, the Dambuilders resurfaced in 1994 with the album Encendedor, followed a year later by Ruby Red.


God Wears Glasses 2:18
Kevin Keegan 3:35
Four Eyes 1:45
Love Is All Around You 5:15
Radio Is King 4:05
Rose Vitta 4:04
I'm A Bum 2:08
Joan 3:06
I Hate Weekend 3:05
She's Coming Down 4:15
The Night I Fell 3:00
Hibachi In The Rain 2:27


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
loco 1 The Dambuilders A Young Person's Guide ‎(LP, Album) ¡Cuacha! loco 1 Germany 1989
loco 1, 84-66102 The Dambuilders A Young Person's Guide ‎(CD, Album) ¡Cuacha!, SPV GmbH loco 1, 84-66102 Germany 1989

The Dambuilders - A Young Person's Guide album
Alternative Rock
Performer: The Dambuilders
Title: A Young Person's Guide
Category: Rock
Country: Germany
Released: 1989
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 474