A melodic punk/rock band from MN, who existed at first under the name Porcelain Boys in the late 1980s while releasing a handful of 7" singles and compilation appearances, then reformed in the early-mid 90s to re-record earlier songs for a full-length entitled "Away Awhile," which was released on PopKid Records (in accompaniment with a split 7" with Marble) in the US and Boss Tuneage Records in Europe. The band changed their name to Jettison prior to their final full-length "Search for the Gun Girl" was released on PopKid, however, their songwriting style remained the same until they finally disbanded and formed multiple other acts, including Pocket Genius, All the Way Rider, and most recently, The Giant Slide. 4. A band from NJ playing melodic pop-punk in vain of Jawbreaker, Lifetime and The Descendents. They toured extensively throughout the northeast US and Canada, including a tour with Bigwig.
This band broke up in 2004, citing creative differences. Two years later they released an EP of new music entitled "New Jersey, I Miss You." Mike "Monkey" Cipriano (drums) and Kevin Sant'angelo (guitar) went on to play in Day at the Fair. 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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