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Atlas Strategic

Atlas Strategic

Atlas Strategic


Atlas Strategic was an indie rock band from Victoria, British Columbia. The band broke up in 2002. It was made of Dan Boeckner who played guitar and sang, Johnny Pollard aka Atlas Strategic, who played the organ, synthesizer, saxophone, and sang backing vocals, Steve Simard who played the drums, and Brooklyn Cannon who played guitar and sang backing vocals. Their first album, the only officially released one was "Rapure, Ye Minions!" which was released on Global Symphonic. Read more on Last.fm
Atlas Strategic was an indie rock band from Victoria, British Columbia. The band broke up in 2002. It was made of Dan Boeckner who played guitar and sang, Johnny Pollard aka Atlas Strategic, who played the organ, synthesizer, saxophone, and sang backing vocals, Steve Simard who played the drums, and Brooklyn Cannon who played guitar and sang backing vocals. Their first album, the only officially released one was "Rapure, Ye Minions!" which was released on Global Symphonic. They later had plans to put out another release on a larger label, which was on the verge of being Sub Pop.

They recorded a second session and put out the 8 song "tour ep" "That's Familiar!" They also had another unofficial release called "Here We Come" that included the songs from "That's Familiar!" and three more including a new version of "Bad Robots" from Rapture, Ye Minions!" The name of the release they were hopeing on putting out was "Ghetto Purchase," which sounds like a real cool name. After recording "That's Familiar!"/"Here We Come" Brooklyn Cannon left the band. This caused Steve Simard to move from drums to guitar, and was replaced by Jeff Allport. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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