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Chris Rest
CHRIS REST is an American guitarist best known for his work with the bands Rich Kids on LSD and Lagwagon . He was Rich Kids on LSD's only constant member, having participated in every album and tour. MUSICAL CAREER Chris Rest
Chris Rest
was a founding member of hardcore punk band Rich Kids on LSD (RKL) when they formed in 1982. He remained the only consistent throughout the band's entire career. Through their influential career spanning three decades RKL released four full-length studio albums and one live album. RKL went on hiatus in 1995
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Blaze (Lagwagon Album)
BLAZE is Lagwagon 's sixth album, released in 2003. This album marked their first studio release in five years of absence with Let\'s Talk About Feelings . The absence was due to frontman Joey Cape being involved with band projects like Bad Astronaut and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes . Lagwagon did not completely disband during that time and briefly reunited in 2002. It was the first Lagwagon album to rank on the Billboard 200, reaching #172. TRACK LISTINGAll songs written by Joey Cape and Jesse Buglione, except where noted
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Double Plaidinum
DOUBLE PLAIDINUM is the fourth album by Lagwagon , released on August 12, 1997 (see 1997 in music ). It is their first album without the original line-up as guitarist Shawn Dewey and drummer Derrick Plourde both left the band before the recording of this album
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Resolve (Lagwagon Album)
RESOLVE is Lagwagon 's seventh studio album, released in 2005. It is inspired by and dedicated to former Lagwagon drummer Derrick Plourde who committed suicide on March 30, 2005. All of the songs were written shortly after that event. On December 1, 2005, a music video was released for "Heartbreaking Music". The video is a memorial to Plourde. Resolve was Lagwagon's last studio album to feature longtime bassist Jesse Buglione, who left the band in 2010. TRACK LISTING * "Heartbreaking Music" – 2:22 * "Automatic" – 3:16 * "Resolve" – 2:07 * "Virus" – 3:31 * "Runs in the Family" – 1:56 * "The Contortionist" – 3:24 * "Sad Astronaut" – 3:01 * "Rager" – 1:21 * "The Worst" – 2:30 * "Creepy" – 1:32 * "Infectious" – 3:50 * "Days of New" (includes hidden acoustic track "The Chemist") – 10:53 * "Fallen" (iTunes only)REFERENCES * ^ Allmusic review * ^ JR (December 14, 2005). "Lagwagon - Resolve". IGN
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Hang (Lagwagon Album)
HANG is Lagwagon 's eighth studio album. It is their first in 9 years, the last one was Resolve , released in 2005. The song "Drag" was originally released in 2011 in an acoustic version on frontman Joey Cape's solo album Doesn\'t Play Well with Others
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A Feedbag Of Truckstop Poetry
A FEEDBAG OF TRUCKSTOP POETRY is a 7-inch vinyl by Lagwagon released on Fat Wreck Chords in 2000. TRACK LISTING * "Eat Your Words" * "A Feedbag Of Truckstop Poetry" * "Want" (Jawbreaker cover) * v * t * e Lagwagon * JOEY CAPE * CHRIS FLIPPIN * CHRIS REST * JOE RAPOSO * DAVE RAUN * Jesse Buglione * Shawn Dewey * Derrick Plourde * Ken Stringfellow FULL-LENGTHS * Duh (1992) * Trashed (1994) * Hoss (1995) * Double Plaidinum (1997) * Let\'s Talk About Feelings (1998) * Blaze (2003) * Resolve (2005) * Hang (2014) EPS * Tragic Vision b/w Angry Days (1992) * A Feedbag of Truckstop Poetry * I Think My Older Brother Used to Listen to Lagwagon (2008) OTHER ALBUMS * Let\'s Talk About Leftovers (2000) * Live in a Dive (2005) RELATED ARTICLES * Bad Astronaut * Fat Wreck Chords * Fat Mike * Me First and the Gimme Gimmes * Rich Kids on LSD This article about a punk rock album from the 2000s is a stub
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Hoss (album)
HOSS is Lagwagon 's third album , released on November 21, 1995 by Fat Wreck Chords . It was produced by Ryan Greene. This is the last Lagwagon album to feature guitarist Shaun Dewey before his departure in 1997 and drummer Derrick Plourde before his death in 2005. They would be replaced temporarily by Ken Stringfellow ( The Posies ) on guitar, and permanently by Dave Raun ( RKL ) on drums. The cover hosts a photo of Dan Blocker as his famous character Eric "Hoss" Cartwright from the Western television show Bonanza . The album was also supported by a 1995 tour. Some footage of the tour can be seen in the music video for the song "Razor Burn", a popular song from the album. "Razor Burn" was released to radio on February 1, 2005. TRACK LISTINGAll songs written by Joey Cape
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Trashed (album)
TRASHED is the second album by the punk rock group Lagwagon , released on January 4, 1994. CONTENTS * 1 Production and marketing * 2 Reception * 3 Artwork * 4 Track listing * 5 Personnel * 6 References * 7 External links PRODUCTION AND MARKETING THIS SECTION NEEDS EXPANSION. You can help by adding to it . (June 2008) Like its predecessor, Duh , Trashed was recorded at Westbeach Recorders in 1993 with producer Fat Mike . The album was also produced by the band themselves. RECEPTION PROFESSIONAL RATINGS REVIEW SCORES SOURCE RATING AllMusic Punknews.org THIS SECTION NEEDS EXPANSION. You can help by adding to it . (June 2008) Trashed was released on January 4, 1994 through Fat Wreck Chords
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Me First And The Gimme Gimmes
ME FIRST AND THE GIMME GIMMES (often shortened to just "Me First" or "The Gimmes") are a punk rock supergroup and cover band that formed in San Francisco in 1995. The Gimmes work exclusively as a cover band. The band is named after a children's book of the same name by Gerald G. Jampolsky and Diane V. Cirincione. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Members * 3 Costumes * 4 Discography * 4.1 Albums * 5 References * 6 External links HISTORYThe band's first release came with 1995's Denver, a 7" single released on band member Fat Mike's record label Fat Wreck Chords , featuring two John Denver covers. The band released four more singles in 1996 and 1997, each on a different label and named after the artist covered on that particular release, as well as some compilation appearances. Their first full-length album, Have a Ball , was released July 29, 1997
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Mystic Records
MYSTIC RECORDS is an American record label and music production company specializing in hardcore punk , crossover thrash , underground music , vingtage and cult records. It is owned and operated by Doug Moody. The label was first established in Hollywood, California
Hollywood, California
and subsequently moved its operations to Oceanside, California
Oceanside, California
. Mystic Records is an independent label and not a member of the Recording Industry Association of America ( RIAA
RIAA
). CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 Background * 1.2 Studio and label * 1.3 Bands * 1.4 Importance * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 Selected artists * 5 External links HISTORYBACKGROUND Mystic Records is closely associated with the personality of its founder, Doug Moody, regarded as a pioneer of the independent Rock and Roll industry
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Joey Cape
RANDAL JOSEPH "JOEY" CAPE (born November 16, 1966) is an American singer, songwriter and producer. Active since 1989, Cape is best known as the frontman of the California punk rock band Lagwagon . Cape released his first solo album, Bridge , on October 21, 2008 on Suburban Home Records . His second album Doesn\'t Play Well with Others , was released on February 2011, after he released each song on the album each month of 2010, collecting them all on CD and vinyl in the end of 2010. CONTENTS * 1 Biography * 2 Discography * 3 Splits and 7"s * 4 Compilations * 5 References * 6 External links BIOGRAPHYIn addition to his work with Lagwagon, he was the lead vocalist for the experimental band Bad Astronaut until they disbanded due to death of drummer Derrick Plourde and is also a guitarist in the cover band Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
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Duh (album)
DUH is the debut full-length album released by the punk rock band Lagwagon . CONTENTS * 1 Production and marketing * 2 Reception * 3 Track listing * 4 Personnel * 5 References * 6 External links PRODUCTION AND MARKETING THIS SECTION NEEDS EXPANSION. You can help by adding to it . (June 2008) Duh was recorded in January 1992 at Westbeach Recorders with producer Fat Mike . Frontman Joey Cape on the recording : “ Back then, we were inexperienced in the studio. It was less about the recording process and more about rehearsing. We recorded and mixed Duh in 4 days. There's something to be said for a budget. You have to have your shit together before you go into the studio and the end result is a record that better reflects the band’s sound at the time. I think that's why so many band's first records are considered to be their best
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I Think My Older Brother Used To Listen To Lagwagon
I THINK MY OLDER BROTHER USED TO LISTEN TO LAGWAGON is a Lagwagon EP released in 2008. It is their first recording released since 2005's Resolve and very last recording with longtime bassist Jesse Buglione, who left the band in 2010
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Live In A Dive (Lagwagon Album)
LAGWAGON is a California punk rock band originally from Goleta , just outside Santa Barbara, California . They formed in 1990, went on hiatus in 2000, and reunited several times over the years. Their name comes from the band's tour van, which can be seen on the back cover of their 1994 second album Trashed . The band has 11 releases through Fat Wreck Chords : eight studio albums, one EP, one live album and a collection of B-sides, compilation tracks and demos. Lagwagon has never had, nor have they seemed to pursue, strong mainstream success, but they do have a devoted underground following in North America , Europe and Asia . Their moderate success reflected a growing interest in punk rock during the 1990s, along with fellow California bands Rancid , Green Day and The Offspring
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¡Leche Con Carne!
¡LECHE CON CARNE! the third studio album by punk rock band No Use for a Name , released in 1995. The album title is Spanish for "milk with meat". The band gained critical recognition for this album and supported The Offspring on the Smash tour. After this tour, guitarist Ed Gregor and bassist Steve Papoutsis left No Use for a Name and would be replaced by Chris Shiflett and Matt Riddle on guitar and bass respectively. The final track, after three minutes of silence, features a covers medley of The Cars ' "Just What I Needed ", Green Day 's "Basket Case ", Missing Persons ' "Words", Berlin 's "The Metro ", David Bowie 's "Space Oddity ", Toni Basil 's "Mickey ", The Knack 's "My Sharona ", Twisted Sister 's "We\'re Not Gonna Take It ", Pat Benatar 's "Hit Me with Your Best Shot ", Yes 's "Owner of a Lonely Heart " and Aerosmith 's "Walk This Way ". TRACK LISTINGAll tracks written by Tony Sly , except where noted
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Don't Miss The Train
DON\'T MISS THE TRAIN is the second full-length album released by punk band No Use for a Name . It was re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001 with different artwork
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