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The Inbreds were a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1992. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, the band relocated to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1996. Three of the four albums released during the band's existence reached number one on the Canadian national campus radio charts, and the band received two Juno nominations. Their 1993 debut LP, Hilario, consisted of previously released material compiled from the band's self-released Darn Foul Dog, Let's Get Together, and Egrog cassettes. The album brought the Inbreds to the attention of Rheostatics, who brought the band on tour with them. The Inbreds would later reach larger audiences while touring Canada, the US, and Europe with more established rock acts of the day such as the Tragically Hip and Buffalo To. .
Originally from Kingston, Ontario, the band relocated to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1996 . A few of the band's songs, particularly on their third album It's Sydney or the Bush, did feature guitars, piano, horns, and other instruments, which were played by O'Neill or guest musicians such as Matt Murphy, Matt Kelly, Mick Ball and Nick Bowers-Broadbent. Though perhaps most often associated with the 1990s Canadian East Coast alternative rock scene (often referred to at the time as the Halifax Pop Explosion), the Inbreds were actually formed in Kingston, Ontario in 1992, where O'Neill and Ullrich, childhood friends originally from Oshawa, were attending Queen's.
The album brought the Inbreds to the attention of Rheostatics, who brought the band on tour with them. The Inbreds would later reach larger audiences while touring Canada, the US, and Europe with more established rock acts of the day such as the Tragically Hip and Buffalo Tom. The band’s second album Kombinator, was released in 1994 and was produced by Rheostatics' drummer Dave Clark. The album received heavy college radio airplay and a MuchMusic Best Alternative Video nomination for the single "Any Sense of Time".
Listen to music from The Inbreds like Any Sense Of Time, Turn My Head & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Inbreds. In 2007, Ullrich and O'Neill reformed the band to record a version of "Dope Fiends and Booze Hounds" for the Rheostatics' tribute album The Secret Sessions.
The resulting album, 1996's It's Sydney or the Bush, featured guest musicianship on horns, strings, and six-string guitar to create a thicker, more upbeat pop sound. Shortly after the release, TAG Atlantic folded, and while this pinched the band's budget significantly, the Inbreds continued to dominate the Canadian indie circuit, touring extensively and capturing nominations for Best Alternative Band from the East Coast Music Awards and Best Alternative Album from the Junos.