|Categorized as:||Alt-Rock, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi, Experimental, Rock|
|Members:||Derek Richey, Kenny Childers, Josh Bennet, Daniel Touw, Tony Whitlock, Jeb Banner. Former Members: Nate Bryant, Dan Solero, Chris Kupersmith, Pat Spurgeon, Josh Seib, Kester Clark, Aaron Smith, Jorma Whittaker, Eli McCormick.|
|Label:||talitres records, recordhead/luna, Fan Death Records|
Since Mon Apr 24:
|47005 (39891 downloads, 7114 plays)|
4 (2 downloads, 2 plays)
|Total Request:||47005 (39891 downloads, 7114 plays)|
|Since Mon Apr 24:||4 (2 downloads, 2 plays)|
Bio from their site trimmed down. The band was originally formed in 1991 in the basement of some house on South Walnut Street in Bloomington, IN. In 1993 the core of band became Derek Richey (vocals and guitar), Nathan Bryant (guitar) and Dan Solero (percussion) and whatever bassist happened to live nearby (they went through for or five of them). Soon, Derek Richey began collaborating with more and more people on writing new songs, ... read more
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1997, Smokey Lung
Written and Recorded over a weekend at Jeb's house (hence 8904 for the address). Recording started Friday night with Derek, Daniel and Jeb. Joined by Jorma Whittaker and Andy Fry for a couple tracks. 3 tracks were written and recorded Friday night. Saturday Josh and Kenny joined and 3 more songs were written and recorded. Mixing was done Saturday night and Sunday morning. Recordings posted Sunday afternoon.
1999, Smokeylung/ Talitres Records (France)
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