Drive Like Jehu was an American post-hardcore band from San Diego active from 1990 to 1995. Formed by rhythm guitarist and vocalist Rick Froberg and lead guitarist John Reis, ex-members of Pitchfork, along with bassist Mike Kennedy and drummer Mark Trombino, both from Night Soil Man, after their two bands disbanded in 1990.
Drive Like Jehu is the self-titled debut album by the American post-hardcore band Drive Like Jehu, released in 1991 by Cargo Music and Headhunter Records.
Complete your Drive Like Jehu collection. There are more color variants not listed here. My copy is a reissue from around 2014 that is a light blue wax.
Album Drive Like Jehu. Gracie, we're makin babies, yea, we're barefoot on the tiles We make 'em soft and small and tender It's the biggest hazard of your gender Gotta hold it by yourself Gracie, hold yourself together, it's bad now but it gets better We're all here to help.
Pitchfork was a fine enough band, but whatever happened between those days and the launch of Drive Like Jehu made the newer group a quantum leap forward, as this gripping album demonstrates
Drive Like Jehu had incalcuable amounts of passion behind every chord they played and word they. DRIVE LIKE JEHU, HOT SNAKES album discography on this magnet. Drive Like Jehu/Hot Snakes.