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VTC

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VTC

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Location:Madison, Indiana
Year(s):1998 - 2002
Categorized as:Alt-Rock, Funk, Pop, Punk
Members:Kasey Bradley (lead vocals, guitar, keys), Beejay Elles (guitar, bass, vocals), Joseph Pietrykowski (drums, vocals), Eric Evans (bass, vocals, sax), Daniel Gayle (guitar, vocals). Former members: Paul Yoo (guitar), Jason Chambers (bass).
Total Request:2420 (1956 downloads, 464 plays)
Total Request:2420 (1956 downloads, 464 plays)
About:

Formed in 1998 by a group of sophomore students at Madison Consolidated High School, eventually including members from each high school in the area. They wrote, recorded, and performed ridiculous songs before breaking up in 2002.

We just wanted to have fun.

OVHC.

812 represent.


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597 requests

 2002, Self-Released,

 Recorded over three days in the Summer of 2002 at Crooked Creek in Madison, Indiana.

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    Jazz the Glass
     
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    U/A
     
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    Dustpan Waltz
     
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    10 Megaton Booty
     
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    The Divide
     
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    Charlatan
     
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    Sex!
     
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    Janitor
     
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    Out of Towels
     
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    A Game of Chess
     
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    Zebra
     
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    Radio Flyer
     

 
 
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 2001, Self-Released,

VTC recordings from two days of feverish work in Joe's basement.

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    Giving Up (JB Version)
     
     
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    In Hot Pursuit (JB Version)
     
     
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    Mr. Pickpocket (JB Version)
     
     
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    Out of Towels (JB Version)
     
     
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    Porn Stars Are People Too (JB Version)
     
     
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    Weathermen Are Always Wrong (JB Version)
     
     
 
 
  • VTC or The Vicious Teacups, headlined 2 Petrostock music festivals, which is considered by some to be the most important music festival to ever take place in southern Jefferson County Indiana, west of Broadway...
    by Beejay Elles on Feb 02, 2014

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