Impetus Inter continued to push forward. Ian left for Ecuador, and the long line of bass players began. Patrik Dousa, Tara Anderson, and Tim Canan played bass in this interim period. February and Summer of 1995 - The Ten Day Tour and North American Tour "Empire" Impetus Inter: Mark Newman - Guitar Mark Wilcox - Guitar Amanda Huron - Drums Eric Funk - Bass David Hake - Vocals Valerie Taylor - Roadie The fabled Ten Day Tour with Cerebellum label-mates DILLINGER FOUR covered the Midwest interior, crystallized the "Candy Bars Are Easy" concept (petty theft is to be encouraged), and moved the ground for our grand constituency, with a great initial send off from the fabled Detroit Festival of 1995. The North American Tour which followed the next summer touched on every known Impetus Inter stronghold, sending new waves of influence into the great beyond (known to some as Canada and New Jersey) and ended with Amanda departing for her homeland in Washington, DC. Fall of 1995 to Summer of 1996 The Infinite Capacity For Romance "Decline and Fall" Impetus Inter: Mark Newman - Guitar, Drums Mark Wilcox - Guitar, Drums David Hake - Vocals David Gardner - Bass Temporarily rechristened as EMPTY SET (a loose anagram of the former Impetus Inter), this final incarnation of the band played two shows in total, moved the capitol to Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) and spent several months slowly recording An Infinite Capacity for Romance. Discography: 1993: Self-Titled Demo Cassette 7 songs 1994: "Youth Jihad" 7" Bloodlink Records Recorded by Matt Anderson at Gravity Records, August Mark Newman - Guitar Amanda Huron - Drums Mark Wilcox - Guitar Dave Hake - Vocals Ian Rhoades - Bass 1994: Self-Titled 7" Originally released on Three Speed Records, repressed by Cerebullum Recorded by Matt Anderson at Gravity Records, August 1994 Mark Wilcox - Guitar Dave Hake - Vocals Mark Newman - Guitar Amanda Huron - Drums Ian Rhoades - Bass 1996: "An Infinite Capacity for Romance" 12"/CD Cerebellum Records (Mp3s) Recorded by Dave Gardner at Sputnik Sound in Minneapolis, many months of 1995-1996 Dave Hake - Vocals Mark Newman - Drums, Guitar, Keyboards Mark Wilcox - Guitar, Drums (on "Surrender Summary") Dave Gardner - Bass, Recording Engineer Compilations: 1995: "All Go No Slow" 2 x 12"/CD The Daggers/Half Mast Records Twenty-First Song: "Havana" The name was actually supposed to be "Havana Youth Club", but some people just don't listen.
This is a different version from the one on the 12". This compilation documents just about every active band (23 in all) in the Minneapolis/St. Paul punk and hardcore scene in 1995. The first pressing of 1,000 CDs was put out on The Daggers. The second thousand CDs and 1,000 double LPs was a co-release with Half-Mast. Amanda Huron - Drums Mark Wilcox - Guitar Dave Hake - Vocals Mark Newman - Guitar Eric Funk - Bass 1997: "Degrees of Malace" 7" Stationeight Records Third song: "Don't Care Much About Places" Dave Hake - Vocals Amanda Huron - Drums Mark Wilcox - Guitar Mark Newman -Guitar Eric Funk - Bass Read more on Last.fm.
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