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Long Since Forgotten

Long Since Forgotten

Long Since Forgotten


Tight harmonies and over brazen guitars, mature song-writing and a powerful live performance are what has garnered Long Since Forgotten a large, greatly diverse and loyal fan base. LSF has been impacting the music scene in their home town of Syracuse, NY and clear across the nation since 2001. Long Since Forgotten recorded their first full length album "All The Things You Said..." in late 2001 with Ed Rose (The Get Up Kids, Reggie and the Full Effect, Ultimate Fakebook, The Appleseed Cast, Coalesce, and The Casket Lottery). Read more on Last.fm
Tight harmonies and over brazen guitars, mature song-writing and a powerful live performance are what has garnered Long Since Forgotten a large, greatly diverse and loyal fan base. LSF has been impacting the music scene in their home town of Syracuse, NY and clear across the nation since 2001. Long Since Forgotten recorded their first full length album "All The Things You Said..." in late 2001 with Ed Rose (The Get Up Kids, Reggie and the Full Effect, Ultimate Fakebook, The Appleseed Cast, Coalesce, and The Casket Lottery). With that record complete, Long Since Forgotten signed with Rocketstar Recordings and released "All the Things You Said..." in the summer of 2002. The album art is picture of a small tabletop jukebox from Cosmo's Restaurant, located on Marshall Street on the Syracuse University campus. Touring relentlessly since recording "All The Things You Said...", Long Since Forgotten has continued to win over fans across the country.

Two East Coast tours in June 2002 and October 2003, three full U.S. tours - September 2002, April to June 2003 and January to April 2004 - as well as countless weekend tours of the North East have helped to establish Long Since Forgotten as one of the industry's most promising up-and-coming rock bands. During June of their Spring 2003 tour, Long Since Forgotten recorded their second full-length for Rocketstar Recordings at Blacklodge Studios, again working with Ed Rose. Now more mature in song writing and more cohesive as a group, Long Since Forgotten felt these sessions had produced their best work to date. The 13 track album, titled "Standing Room Only," was released on January 27th 2004.

With support from Earshot Media and McGathy Radio Promotions as well as Long Since Forgotten's endless touring and Street Team activity, "Standing Room Only" debuted at #54 on the CMJ top 200 one week prior to its release, and has found its way into the hearts of thousands of fans, new and old, from all over the country. Long Since Forgotten's constant touring schedule in support of "Standing Room Only" included a full U.S. Tour in July and August as well as international dates in Mexico and Japan. In late 2007, the group released its fourth LP, The Theft (EVO Records) which was issued in Japan before seeing a release in the United States. This was the their last release before disbanding in 2009. R.I.P.! 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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