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An American indie rock band formed in 1993 in Issaquah, Washington by singer/lyricist/guitarist Isaac Brock, drummer Jeremiah Green, bassist Eric Judy, and guitarist Dann Gallucci and they decided to name the band with the name of Modest Mouse. They launched their debut in 1996. Elements of Modest Mouse's early sound have been likened to or inspired by that of Pixies, Built to Spill, and numerous other alternative rock bands. Their name derives from a passage from the Virginia Woolf story.
In 1994, Brock, Green, John Wickhart, and Dann Gallucci recorded their debut EP, Blue Cadet-3, do you connect? At Calvin Johnson's Dub Narcotic Studios, that was then released on K Records. A single came out after the album with Sub Pop that was recorded by Steve Wold at Moon Studios. During this time, Modest Mouse also recorded their would-be debut album Sad Sappy Sucker, but constant delays caused the album to be shelved and forgotten. Officially it was released in 2001. After moving to Up Records, losing bassist Laine Logan, temporarily losing guitarist Dann Gallucci, and gaining bassist Eric Judy, Modest Mouse put out several releases recorded at Moon Studios, including 1996's This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About. This double LP was produced and recorded by Steve Wold.
The Lonesome Crowded West turned out to be the band's breakthrough album. The Lonesome Crowded West gained the band a cult following, and is now widely considered to be one of the defining albums of mid-90s indie rock. In 2000, Up Records released a singles and rarities collection entitled Building Nothing out of Something, which included the entirety of Interstate 8.
That year, Modest Mouse released The Moon & Antarctica, their first album on Epic Records. The band enjoyed some success on alternative radio with the singles 3rd Planet and Gravity Rides Everything. It was critically well-received including 9.8 out of 10 by the online music review magazine Pitchfork Media. It has subsequently gone on to receive further acclaim. Brock has since put out an album with his side project Ugly Casanova on Sub Pop Records. The band licensed Gravity Rides Everything for a commercial for Nissan's Quest minivan, a move that Brock has publicly acknowledged as blatantly commercial but necessary to achieve financial stability.
In 2001, Modest Mouse released the EP Everywhere and His Nasty Parlour Tricks, a collection of unused songs from The Moon and Antarctica recording sessions, as well as releasing Sad Sappy Sucker, a collection of songs Modest Mouse recorded in 1994, originally intended to be their debut album, but shelved in favor of This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About. In 2003, Green quit the band after suffering a nervous breakdown; the official word was that he was quitting working with his side project. The same year, he and bassist Eric Judy appeared on Adam Forkner's debut solo album. Green was replaced with two new members, drummer Benjamin Weikel and guitarist Dann Gallucci.
On April 6, 2004, Modest Mouse released their fourth album, the platinum-selling Good News for People Who Love Bad News, which scored two hits with Float On and Ocean Breathes Salty. Later that year, Green returned to the band, and Weikel returned to drumming exclusively for The Helio Sequence. Gallucci left the band in August, and they have been touring with Jim Fairchild of Grandaddy and All Smiles.
Modest Mouse was mentioned by name in the 2005 Supreme Court decision in the case of MGM v. Grokster. Justice David Souter wrote that on the Grokster P2P network, Users seeking Top 40 songs, for example, or the latest release by Modest Mouse, are certain to be far more numerous than those seeking a free Decameron, and Grokster and StreamCast translated that demand into dollars.
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