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Sugarcult's Rare Debut Album: Wrap Me Up In Plastic

Sugarcult is a pop punk band from Santa Barbara, California, that formed in 1998. They are best known for their songs "Bouncing Off The Walls", "Memory", and "Do It Alone". But before they signed to a major label and released their breakthrough album Start Static in 2001, they independently recorded and released their debut album Wrap Me Up In Plastic in 2000.

Wrap Me Up In Plastic is a rare and hard-to-find album that showcases Sugarcult's early sound and style. It features 13 tracks, including many songs that were later re-recorded for Start Static, such as "Pretty Girl", "Saying Goodbye", "The Enemy (How Does It Feel)", and "Bouncing Off The Walls". The album also includes some songs that were never re-released, such as "Say I'm Sorry", "The First Band On The Moon", and "Drive All Day".

The album was recorded at Orange Whip Studio in Santa Barbara by Thom Flowers, who also produced Start Static. The band members at the time were Tim Pagnotta on vocals and guitar, Marko 72 on guitar, Airin Older on bass and vocals, and Ben Davis on drums and vocals. The album covers were photocopied and the album was recorded onto a CDr. Due to the inconsistent copying process, the CDs may differ in appearance and burn errors may not be the same for every disc[^2^].

Wrap Me Up In Plastic is a collector's item for Sugarcult fans who want to hear the band's origins and evolution. It is not available on streaming platforms or digital stores, but some copies can be found online or at record stores. One of the places where you can listen to the album online is SoundCloud[^1^] [^3^], where a user named Itinodti1974 uploaded the album in zip format.

If you are a fan of Sugarcult or pop punk music in general, you might want to check out Wrap Me Up In Plastic and discover some hidden gems from this underrated band.

Sugarcult's name comes from a group of lesbian women who lived across the street from Pagnotta when he was growing up. He said that they were "the sweetest, coolest people" and that he wanted to pay tribute to them by naming his band after them. He also said that the name was "a tongue-in-cheek way of poking fun at ourselves for being so addicted to sugar and pop culture".

The band's influences include bands like Green Day, The Clash, The Ramones, The Beatles, and Cheap Trick. They have toured with bands like Blink-182, No Doubt, Good Charlotte, Jimmy Eat World, and Sum 41. They have also performed at festivals like Warped Tour, Reading and Leeds, and Bamboozle. They have sold over one million records worldwide and have received positive reviews from critics and fans alike.

The band's last album was Lights Out, released in 2006. Since then, the band members have pursued other projects and interests. Pagnotta has become a successful producer and songwriter for artists like Neon Trees, Walk The Moon, and Elle King. Older has joined the band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros as their bassist. Davis has formed a new band called Bad Astronaut with Joey Cape of Lagwagon. Marko 72 has left the music industry and moved to Hawaii.

Sugarcult has not officially broken up, but they have not released any new music or performed live since 2013. They have hinted at a possible reunion or new album in the future, but nothing has been confirmed yet. However, they still have a loyal fan base that hopes to see them back on stage someday. a474f39169


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