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By earjerseyqq104 on Oct 28, 2013 03:27 AM
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This is a completely different band from the San Francisco punk band (19771982), and has none of the same members in common.

This band formed in 2002, where they performed their first concert at Brixie's Tap in Brookfield, Illinois. Since then they have played at venues throughout the Midwest and West Coast, performing their own music as well as occasional cover songs.

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