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|From: Doghouse Reilly||Date: May 12, 2016 at 17:38|
|As I recall, their second album Lucy didn't do very well, and it was another three years before Candlebox came back with their third release. By the summer of '98, their brand of jangly, earnest alt-rock seemed a little beat. This was when metal was just starting to roar again, albeit in a vastly different form than we were all clamoring for. Candlebox were always a B-list band that happened to have a couple big hits, but five years later, their shelf-life was about up. As such, Happy Pills can be summed up in the title of its lead single and only hit, "It's Alright" (which did get a respectable amount of airplay). "10,000 Horses" also got a few spins out of respect for past hits, but makes a lousy leadoff track, and foreshadows just how mellow this disc really is. The rest of it is pretty forgettable, and the band seems to exhaust the formula. Nobody cared, man! They broke up sometime in early '99. Shannon Larkin played drums for about a month just before the split.|
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