Population 39

Population 39

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Population 39 is a straight forward punk rock band with a sound heavily influenced by the west coast skate punk sound made famous by bands such as Bad Religion, NOFX, and Face To Face.

Biography

Population 39 is a straight forward punk rock band with a sound heavily influenced by the west coast skate punk sound made famous by bands such as Bad Religion, NOFX, and Face To Face. Although these roots show strong in their sound, Pop 39 is not another cookie cutter copy of the pop punk genre. Instead offering a message and sound that is a throw back to the old school attitude that made punk a phenomenon. Over the past two years the band has worked diligently developing a following and has shared the stage with such notable bands as Rival Schools, Burning Brides, Billy Talent, The Toasters, Hot Action Cop, and Bowling for Soup. In early 2003 Pop 39 released their first EP “Distant” which has been in rotation on WARQ Columbia's specialty show 11 O'CLOCK NEWS since October 2003. The band has followed up this success with their first full length album "Kid Anthem" released in early 2004.

Discography

"Distant" 5 song EP 2003
"Kid Anthem" 10 song LP 2004
Population 39 has been in rotation at WARQ 93.5 an Inner City Broadcasting station from October 2003 to present.

Set List

Orignal Songs

Something More
Kid Anthem
Light's Out
Plastic Society
Save Tomorrow
Tongue Tied
Inside Out
Picture Perfect
Everyone Sucks
Everyday
Porno

Cover Songs
Under My Thumb (Rolling Stones)
Where's My Mind (Pixies)
Bikage (The Descendents)