The band reformed in 2004 with all the original members, touring throughout that year. He describes his guitar playing as "angular and bent", attributing much of his style to songs he enjoyed when first learning the guitar such as Savoy Truffle (a composition by George Harrison on The Beatles album The Beatles, also known as The White Album). Santiago went on to make guest appearances on Frank Black's solo albums and form The Martinis with his wife Linda Mallari. He helped write the score for the 2000 film Crime and Punishment in Suburbia and the 2003 film The Low Budget Time Machine, both along with Frank Black. Also of note, Santiago co-scored with Michael Andrews for the sixteen episode Fox Network TV series Undeclared in 2001-2002.
In 2004 he played guitars on the album Statecraft by Charles Douglas released by Redeye. Santiago also wrote two songs for the Showtime television series Weeds in 2005 which included "Birthday Video" and "Fake Purse." 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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