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Circle One

Circle One

Circle One


It was 1980 when four friends from Pico Rivera, California, started a band after being inspired by bands like Fear, Black Flag and the Germs. The original line-up was Mike Vallejo - guitar, John Macies - vocals, Mike Ituarte - Bass, and Bill Ituarte - drums. In October of 1981 Jody Hill Joined the band on drums, and soon after that Mike Ituarte left. "O" played bass, but was soon replaced by Danny Dorman. In early 1983 they went in the studio to record "Patterns of Force" on Upstart records. Read more on Last.fm
It was 1980 when four friends from Pico Rivera, California, started a band after being inspired by bands like Fear, Black Flag and the Germs. The original line-up was Mike Vallejo - guitar, John Macies - vocals, Mike Ituarte - Bass, and Bill Ituarte - drums. In October of 1981 Jody Hill Joined the band on drums, and soon after that Mike Ituarte left. "O" played bass, but was soon replaced by Danny Dorman.

In early 1983 they went in the studio to record "Patterns of Force" on Upstart records. John Macias formed P.U.N.X., an organization for promoting shows and never charging more then $5 admission. P.U.N.X started booking shows at the Cathey De Grande. In 1984, Danny, was asked to join Wasted Youth with Scranny (Danny), Chet, and Allen.

They replaced Danny with Ried Gillcrest on bass who had been in bands with Jody since 1980. Circle One went on to tour, but never recorded a follow up album to Patterns Of Force. The band finally broke up in 1985. In 1988 Circle One reformed to play Fenders Ballroom, but broke up afterwards.

In 1991 Circle One reformed once again with John, Mike, and Jody. Friends Tony and John Blackley played guitar and bass. John had been having a hard time with mental problems and depression. Three days after the Spankys show, John was shot and killed by the Santa Monica Police Department.

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