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God Ate My Homework

God Ate My Homework

God Ate My Homework


God Ate My Homework was a band formed by UC Berkeley students in California in 1997. Homer and Hobbes were roommates in the school dorm during their freshman year. They started making music together, and by their second year they began asking people to join their band. They were one of the first bands to release their music for free over the Internet using the MP3 format, at a time when MP3 became a more popular search term than sex. Their music was released under the Free Music Public License, which band member Homer wrote. Read more on Last.fm
God Ate My Homework was a band formed by UC Berkeley students in California in 1997. Homer and Hobbes were roommates in the school dorm during their freshman year. They started making music together, and by their second year they began asking people to join their band. They were one of the first bands to release their music for free over the Internet using the MP3 format, at a time when MP3 became a more popular search term than sex. Their music was released under the Free Music Public License, which band member Homer wrote.

The gist of the license is that the music may be freely distributed given the recipient gets a copy of the license and credit is given to all contributors to the music. God Ate My Homework's song lyrics were often about Internet culture, such as "She Was Probably a Guy", a cautionary song about the anonymity of chat rooms, and "Pirate This Song", a sea shanty about music piracy as opposed to sea piracy. Band members: James "Homer" Ensor (keyboards, vocals, bass), Hobbes (guitars, keyboards, vocals), Earl Grey T (vocals), Dewey (vocals). God Ate My Homework essentially disbanded in mid-2000, when Hobbes went to MIT for grad school and Earl Grey T got into med school at UCLA, while Homer planned to stay in the Berkeley area. 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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