Eric's Trip was a Canadian indie rock band from Moncton, New Brunswick. Eric's Trip achieved prominence as the first Canadian band to be signed to Seattle's flagship grunge label Sub Pop in the early 1990s. The band had a minor hit in alternative circles with the single "Viewmaster", from 1994's Forever Again. Eric's Trip formed in 1990 when musicians Rick White and Chris Thompson of The Forest joined Julie Doiron and Ed Vaughan (who was later replaced by Mark Gaudet of Purple Knight).
Album Warm Girl, Eric's Trip. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Warm Girl Data di pubblicazione: 1993. Eric's Trip: gli altri album. Long Days Ride 'till Tomorrow Data di pubblicazione: 1993. The Eric's Trip Show - Recorded Live In Concert 1991-1996 Data di pubblicazione: 1993. Purple Blue Data di pubblicazione: 1993. Forever Again Data di pubblicazione: 1993.
Tracklist: 1. Kiss Me On The Head, 2. Red Haired Girl, 3. Window, 4. Blinded, 5. Open Your Heart, 6. Mask For You, 7. Warm Girl, 8. Come With Me, 9. Kiss Me Baby, 10. What I Meant. Forever Again by Eric's Trip. Drowning by Eric's Trip. Purple Blue by Eric's Trip. View all albums . Warm Girl.
Album by Eric's Trip. Made for You. Come With Me. Kiss Me Baby. MusicBrainz: Warm Girl.
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Just ask Eric’s Trip. But let’s rewind the tape for a second. In 1993, Moncton, New Brunswick’s Eric’s Trip had the unique distinction of being the first Canadian band signed to Sub Pop (although the label did release the Nevermind The Molluscs double 7-inch single featuring Sloan, Idée du Nord, Jale, and Eric’s Trip earlier that year). Until this point, the band had been self-releasing tapes recorded almost exclusively on a cassette 4-track in a basement. White was the principal songwriter throughout Eric’s Trip’s existence, but the creative energy between himself and his bandmates are what defined the project – particularly his relationship with bassist/vocalist Julie Doiron.