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Fabulous Disaster

Fabulous Disaster

Fabulous Disaster


Fabulous Disaster formed in 1998 out of San Francisco, and like their music, the band worked fast and furious and quickly released their debut album "Pretty Killers" in 1999. But it was the release of their sophomore album "Put Out or Get out" in 2001, with the incredible riffs and melodies you hear on hyper-speed fan favorites such as "Gia" and "Down The Drain" that put this foursome into a league of their own. Touring heavily in the US and Europe Read more on Last.fm
Fabulous Disaster formed in 1998 out of San Francisco, and like their music, the band worked fast and furious and quickly released their debut album "Pretty Killers" in 1999. But it was the release of their sophomore album "Put Out or Get out" in 2001, with the incredible riffs and melodies you hear on hyper-speed fan favorites such as "Gia" and "Down The Drain" that put this foursome into a league of their own. Touring heavily in the US and Europe, the band quickly earned their own legion of fans while appearing with major acts such as NOFX, The Ataris, The Dickies, and Mad Caddies, to name just a few. In 2003 Fab D released "Panty Raid", which earned them additional respect as one of the foremost bands in their genre.

Described by some as an intriguing mixture of the Go-Go's, Joan Jett and Sleater Kinney, one thing was certain - Fabulous Disaster was creating their own delightful niche within the realm of rock & roll. In 2004 Fab D recruited the talented guitarist Squeaky from Girlush Figure, bringing a new element of explosive stage presence and spice to their music. An accomplished songwriter Squeaky quickly found her soul mates in Mandolyn and Gess as evident by their "I'm A Mess" release- a six pack shot of an EP that showcased the trio's amazing chemistry fueled by wonderful songwriting as evident in the title track and the giddily humorous "Viva La Prozac". With the recent addition of bass player Lizzie Boredom to the fold, and great new songs like "Such A Stupid Girl" waiting in the wings, the fab four is now once again complete and ready to kick a** in a town near you.

source: www.fabulous-disaster.com NEW ALBUM Fabulous Disaster - LOVE AT FIRST FIGHT May, 15 2007 at "LOVE AT FIRST FIGHT" available on I SCREAM RECORDS source: www.myspace.com/fabulousdisaster 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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