Peeved is an American band that started in 1992 in Redmond, Washington.

Tonie Palmasani on vocals, Jeff McCollough on guitar and vocals, Jason Talley on bass and Jeremiah Green on drums.

Their first album "Burden of the Tiger" was released on Distressed Records. Despite the spotty reviews, sales were good.

Toni went on to Red Stars Theory, Jeff moved through a few different bands and is at the time of this being written in High Priests of Panic, Jason went to Red Stars Theory and Jeremy joined Modest Mouse.

Their best known performance tactic involved the Neil Diamond song "Coming to America" and Toni bending over a lot.

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  • peeved — [[t]pi͟ːvd[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ If you are peeved about something, you are annoyed about it. [INFORMAL] Susan couldn t help feeling a little peeved. ...complaints from peeved citizens who pay taxes …   English dictionary

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