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Greg Griffins wrote:
government warning
career suicide
HWM
polar bear club
the enablers
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leatherface
milloy
yo, man, go !!!!!
end of a year
the red dons
varsity drag


GenericInsight wrote:
out of bands already been said...

Milloy
The Steal
End of a Year
Polar Bear Club
Deny Everything
Death Is Not Glamorous
Career Suicide
Yo Man, Go! !!!!!!
Lucero
LaGracia
Mouthbreather
Mercury League
Street Smart Cyclist

RandyNJ wrote:

KICK ASS BANDS:
Mouthbreather
Yo Man Go !!!!!!
Street Smart Cyclist
Pinhead Gunpowder
LeGracia
Antillectual
Lifetime
Slingshot Dakota
Solidarity Pact
Small Arms Dealer
World/Inferno Friendship Society



what what! sorry this seemed the most relevant. - Fest 6 Board


Discography

Demo- CDR 2006
Life Lessons - 7" (square of opposition) 2007
Summer Tour Demo - CDR 2007

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In the fall of 2003, Jordan , Ryan, Dave 130, and Chris Delaware started a side project/ pirates cove house band that lasted only a few practices before Chris moved back to Delaware. One of the songs was the beginning of what ended up becoming the Yo Man, Go! song “Confessions and Confusion.” In 2005, while Jordan was doing an internship in Oaxaca, Mexico, Ryan had been writing music with Cody and reworked the song that eventually became "Confessions." When Jordan got back from Mexico in November of 2005, they asked Dave 130 if he wanted to play drums again and started practicing. They wrote the songs that would become the 2006 demo without a bass player and then finally asked good friend Brad Raub if he wanted to play. He joined the band in January. They kept practicing until March, 2006 when Dave 130 left to tour with RAMBO. Right before he left he laid down the drum tracks for the demo with Jared Stimphl. The demo was finished while he was gone and was ready before the band played their first show in May, 2006. They played one more show before leaving for a two-week tour with Latterman.

Dave quit the band in July, 2006 in order to focus more time on his business, Fossil Free Fuel which he was planning to move to Pittsburgh. The band lacklusterly attempted to find a drummer as band stuff got pushed to the back burner. Then one day in late October, 2006 Jordan was delivering cakes for Vegan Treats in Philadelphia when he ran into Mike McKee who told him that Steve Roche might be interested in playing drums. After a phone call, Steve enthusiastically agreed and the band started practicing a few weeks later. They played their first show with Steve in December, 2006. In January, 2007, Brad quit because he was too depressed to be in such a positive band. Again without a bass player, Yo Man Go recorded the songs that would end up on both the Life Lessons 7" and the summer tour demo 2007 with Ryan on bass. Steve's brother Kevin filled in on bass for live shows and stayed in the band until after their 2007 summer tour with Bridge and Tunnel. In December of 2007, John Galm joined the band to complete the line-up