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Oleander

An alternative pop band from Sacramento, CA, Oleander enjoyed a brief flash of popularity in 1999, when the singles "Why I'm Here" and "I Walk Alone" found a home on mainstream rock radio. The band was originally formed in 1995 by singer/guitarist Thomas Flowers, guitarist Ric Ivanisevich, bassist Doug Eldridge, and drummer Fred Nelson, Jr. Named for the poisonous wildflowers growing throughout the Northern California region, Oleander made their studio debut in 1996 with a self-titled EP; a full-length album, Shrinking the Blob, followed in mid-1997. The latter record launched a local hit with "Down When I'm Loaded," and Oleander parlayed that success into a major-label deal with Universal.

February Son arrived in 1999, sporting the two aforementioned singles as well as a new drummer, Scott Devours. February Son reached gold status by mid-2000, and the band's experimental follow-up effort, Unwind, spawned a Top 40 hit ("Champion") in 2001. Unwind failed to gain much traction beyond its one single, however, and Oleander were soon sent packing from the Universal label. Signing with Sanctuary Records instead, they issued Joyride in 2003 and received a strong review from Rolling Stone magazine. The album didn't return Oleander to national popularity, however, and the musicians soon began pursuing different projects, effectively breaking up the band in 2004. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi
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They are so underrated.
They need to be on the radio more.
I love this band ! I'm not that far from ok m them (southern Or.) Nice to hear some good. West coast rockin!
donah1
Great band...keep them in the line-up..the y rock and they're nice too! A perfect combination.
You guys should totally put the Joyride album up as well. Such a solid band. :)
nutmeggie00
Got to meet Thomas Flowers when I went to one their concerts about a week ago! :) They rock!!
Oleander was the 1st live band I ever saw. That was back in July 1997. I finally got to see them again at Rock On The Range in Columbus this year. Got to meet Thomas at the hotel. He is so cool and down to earth. Love these guys! :)
Tommy and I pounded Metaxa on a bluff in Bali and decided it was all worth it, but his best efforts couldn/t trump Mother Nature's sons for a third go.....
onegoldengir l
February Son is a great album.
damn..what happen to oleander. such a good sound! u know they rocked..
billabongvw7 9
I like walk alone
Totally under-rated. . .
price1508
Pandora needs to add Joyride...I' m glad they got back together - can't wait for the new album.
thefores
"Why I'm Here" made the T.L.M. Top 100 Rock Songs for the 90s.
I havnt heard these guys in forever and a day. brings back good memories.
february son rocks!

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