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About Hum

For a short period in the mid-1990s, it was actually feasible for a decent band to get a shot at the radio. Hum were such a band, whose chunky, feedback-ridden "Stars" was given more than a few moments in the spotlight. Sounding a bit like the rock-era period of the Smashing Pumpkins, the band had a fine mixture of fuzz and pop sensibilities and, of course, suffered from being marketed to less discerning fans of Grunge Pop, unfortunately splitting up in 1998.

Listen toHumon Rhapsody

For a short period in the mid-1990s, it was actually feasible for a decent band to get a shot at the radio. Hum were such a band, whose chunky, feedback-ridden "Stars" was given more than a few moments in the spotlight. Sounding a bit like the rock-era period of the Smashing Pumpkins, the band had a fine mixture of fuzz and pop sensibilities and, of course, suffered from being marketed to less discerning fans of Grunge Pop, unfortunately splitting up in 1998.

About Hum

For a short period in the mid-1990s, it was actually feasible for a decent band to get a shot at the radio. Hum were such a band, whose chunky, feedback-ridden "Stars" was given more than a few moments in the spotlight. Sounding a bit like the rock-era period of the Smashing Pumpkins, the band had a fine mixture of fuzz and pop sensibilities and, of course, suffered from being marketed to less discerning fans of Grunge Pop, unfortunately splitting up in 1998.

About Hum

For a short period in the mid-1990s, it was actually feasible for a decent band to get a shot at the radio. Hum were such a band, whose chunky, feedback-ridden "Stars" was given more than a few moments in the spotlight. Sounding a bit like the rock-era period of the Smashing Pumpkins, the band had a fine mixture of fuzz and pop sensibilities and, of course, suffered from being marketed to less discerning fans of Grunge Pop, unfortunately splitting up in 1998.