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Last Update: December 24, 2005
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Many bands write these biographies trying to explain the story leading up to the music. As if you were to understand the band mates more and how they met, you would then have a better understanding of the music and message they are trying to convey. This sometimes does apply, mostly with emotional bands or bands that only play for their friends. The truth about our crazy little project is, none of this crap matters. We love to play music, we enjoy it loud and hard and we have been around the music scene long enough that we really don’t care too much about what people think. No offense, if you like what we do then we appreciate that very much. But if you don’t, we are probably not too concerned about irritating you. We are having too much fun. Also, our lyrics do not necessarily mean anything. The words just come out and we write them down and repeat them. We’re not great singers but so far singers tend to be pre-Madonna’s with loads of self-righteous crap they feel you need to understand to be a better person. We are not all wrapped up in depression, drugs and the higher power. We just like to rock out and sound unique. We hope you like it.
Dustin Aller~Bass, Vocals Aller grew up in a fishing town just north of Bad axe Michigan to a father that was flag maker. Like Betsy Ross, Mr. Aller spent his working days making flags, mostly American of course. Little Dusty loved to spend afternoon applying the grommets on the end of the flags. He was real good at it too. When he became a teen, he realized that putting grommets on things was not that cool so he picked up the bass guitar and wrote a shit load on songs.
Michael Korn~Guitar, Vocals When Korn was young, his mother married a descendent of a great Mongolian warrior. When he was two, his mother packed their bags and went to the mountains of Mongolia. Many people don’t know this but underneath a great warrior’s suit of battle armor there is undergarments tied together with thin rope or leather string. This allowed the warrior to have good ventilation and supply protection from armor scratching him. Little Michael was responsible for attaching all the grommets needed for each of the twenty-five Mongolian Mountain Warriors undergarments. At the age of twenty-five he fled east, partied in Tokyo for a week and then returned to America to play guitar in a rock band.
Dave Hurd~Drums Hurds’ great grandfather was a legend in 60’s music when Donovan wrote the song “Hurdy Gurdy Man” about him. When his great grandfather, Roly Hurd first met Donovan it was in Vancouver and they met while both attending a burlesque show, Donovan admired the elaborate corsets the plump girls squeezed into. Donovan later discovered that Roly Hurd was the creator of these corsets and worked exclusively for the healthy women of Vancouver. The song was a drug hazed tribute to the Great Roly Hurd. David still lives of the fortune from publishing rights Donovan gave him on his first birthday.
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