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Boys Club

Boys Club

Boys Club


Three bands under the same name of Boys Club: 1) The most well known was the duo of Gene Hunt (Eugene Wolfgramm of The Jets) and Joe Pasquale from Minneapolis, Minnesota that had a big hit with "I Remember Holding You" in 1989. They released one album for MCA Records. "I Remember Holding You" was a Top 10 hit, hitting the #8 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Throughout the greater part of Minnesota, Boys Club was also regarded as "Minnesota's version of WHAM!." Read more on Last.fm
Three bands under the same name of Boys Club: 1) The most well known was the duo of Gene Hunt (Eugene Wolfgramm of The Jets) and Joe Pasquale from Minneapolis, Minnesota that had a big hit with "I Remember Holding You" in 1989. They released one album for MCA Records. "I Remember Holding You" was a Top 10 hit, hitting the #8 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Throughout the greater part of Minnesota, Boys Club was also regarded as "Minnesota's version of WHAM!." 2) Boys Club (Guitarist Steve , bassist Todd and Eli on drums) come from MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota.

They play Killed By Death-type Punk rock. They released a e.p. entitled "This Is My Face" in August 2006, followed by "Girls of Today" single (Douchemaster, 2007), 2-D World e.p. (Bachelor, 2008) & a self titled LP (Three Dimensional Records, 2009). 3) A collaboration between Washington chipmusician ovenrake (Dakota Clark), his friend James Resch, and a full band playing post-rock using Game Boys and live instrumentation.

They have released a sole 34-minute-long self-titled track, available for free/name your own price on ovenrake's Bandcamp page. 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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