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Rheostatics were a canadian indie rock band. Although they had only one Top 40 hit (Claire in 1995), they were simultaneously one of Canada's most influential and most unconventional rock bands in the 1990s, a band whose defiantly quirky, yet compelling, take on pop and rock music has been described both as iconic and iconoclastic. They played their final concert to a sold-out house at Toronto's Massey Hall on March 30, 2007. Sound board recordings of that and many other shows are available (with permission) at http://rheostaticslive.com.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Claire - (4:09) - 258 plays
- P.I.N. - (3:38) - 184 plays
- Record Body Count - (3:29) - 211 plays
- Legal Age Life At Variety Store - (2:33) - 168 plays
- Self Serve Gas Station - (4:51) - 98 plays
- California Dreamline - (5:25) - 133 plays
- Queer - (9:41) - 133 plays
- Shaved Head - (5:59) - 126 plays
- Rain, Rain, Rain - (4:20) - 103 plays
- Palomar - (4:46) - 96 plays
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