This was our second show. It was Helltrout’s record release show and there were a lot of people. We were nervous but it was amazing.
This was our third show and we sucked that night. We were running late getting to the gig and we had some borrowed equipment that was unfamiliar. Great lineup though.
Our fourth show, I think. Leave it to Yelm to make us feel like rockstars. A lot of people showed up that we didn’t know Yelm had.
This was our very last show. We had just gotten back together as a band were on fire that night. We had an idiot running the sound though who would go outside to talk whilst one of the vocal mics would shock whoever was using it.
This was our very first show. We were scared shitless and constantly paced around outside as well as inside. We made it through the show and had a good time. One of the most amazing line ups we ever played on.
A show put together for our friend Sharon’s birthday. We played half the show with us each in boxer shorts. That Stupid Club destroyed a TV set, I think.
The Uncola was a little hole-in-the-wall space across the alley from the back of the Capitol Theater. It eventually got shut down for numerous fire violations.
This show was outside at a hall that had a large pond next to it. Tony broke a cymbal stand and I think he threw it in the pond.
If I remember correctly, the show space was above a bar where a bunch of longtime regulars would go to drink.
At this show Hyperlung decided to light something on fire, I don’t remember what it was but we all had to evacuate the building.