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Love Rage Comedy

Love Rage Comedy

Love Rage Comedy


FALL - SUMMER 1995 - 1996 It started back in the bands sophomore year (1995), of LR (Landon Reidy) and RC (Rob Clark Jr.) when they were going to start a Seattle sounding grunge band. After learning the golden oppurtunities of being in a band and having a love for music, they wanted to quickly form Nay-Zen. They had one drawback: To be in a band you need a guitar and other such instruments!!!! That Christmas Landon got a acoustic guitar...... That Read more on Last.fm
FALL - SUMMER 1995 - 1996 It started back in the bands sophomore year (1995), of LR (Landon Reidy) and RC (Rob Clark Jr.) when they were going to start a Seattle sounding grunge band. After learning the golden oppurtunities of being in a band and having a love for music, they wanted to quickly form Nay-Zen. They had one drawback: To be in a band you need a guitar and other such instruments!!!! That Christmas Landon got a acoustic guitar...... That summer Rob went to Washington where he grew up and when he returned with his new / classical guitar, and they formed with a guitarist friend (Brandon Baker) into a carnation called Waterporch -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;) WINTER 1997 - WINTER 1999 A year later the idea sifted away, the three had issues....

So they parted, about a year later the three artists rekindled their same interests in music and got a real drummer(James Burkett) and formed a band together under many different names as including: Project X, Thurteen, My Pet Monster,Point Blank, and Ignition. The line up consisted of James Burkett - drums,percussion; Rob Clark Jr - bass; Landon Reidy - lead guitar; Brandon Baker - rhythm guitar, vocals. But as fate decided Landon left, he wasn't interested in making only heavy metal. A week later the drummer(James Burkett) was literally tossed out.

Leaving only two, Rob and Brandon struggled to keep the band going. They even got a replacement drummer (Chelsea Clegg Jr.) and a two different guitarists, but fate also decided that Rob had to leave to pursue a more interesting musical theory. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;) WINTER 1999 - SUMMER 2001 In the process of all the confusion when the movie The Matrix came out Landon and Rob were totally excited about it and downloaded a few of the voice samples. With the capabitlities of Cool Edit 96 they mix their own brand of electronic music to the samples.

Thus was the beginning of LRC. After working on songs that primarily electronica the two began missing the full band element. So the summer of 2001 they sat down with guitarist Jesse Baker, and drummer Matt Blosco - and gave them a cd with all the band material that would be able to be reproduced live. the four worked on it for about a month and were getting ready for a sort of battle of the bands for a record deal, well the drummer had to go to college the day of the concert and was way too far out of the way of making it to the show so Landon and Rob decided to hang up their guitars and make more music.

They did just that, they have created well over 23 different albums to date -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ;) FALL 2001 - SPRING 2002 After another year of making newer material, Landon and Rob collaborated with The Woody Wood Sound's producer Jason White on two tracks. he seemed to be impressed and he quickly booked LRC a show in Sharon, PA. With only a months time Landon and Rob were in a state of madness, so quickly they asked old friend Chelsea Clegg Jr. if hed like to drum for them again, he agreed.

Then they made a new friend by this time Eric Mc Cullough who is the newest addition to the group. So now to the line up they have Landon Reidy - guitars, vocals; Eric Mc Cullough - keys, samples, background vocals; Chelsea Clegg Jr. - drums, background vocals; Rob Clark Jr. - bass, backup guitars, background vocals, percussion; Josh Meeks - Lead Guitar; Dave Everson - Rhythm Guitar.

To the sound of the eclectic mixture of music this quartet manipulates the sounds to please all fans of real music. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WINTER 2003-SUMMER 2003 After a few intimate "shows" the duo once again was alone in the music world, creating more albums they feel the rock world isnt ready for the sonic forcethis duo came with. Therefore they switched up the rotation after two compelling albums "Cellar Door" and "The Destruction Of Skully" they felt rock was going nowhere and pursued the hip hop genre. "Skelator was relesed which revealed that Rob had an inner passion for hip hop and rapping.

Although recording most of the album at his parents home the album was completed almost two months and featured a few of Rob's friends as LBS and a few others. Then somewhere in the equation the two split up. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SPRING 2007-PRESENT Welcome them back folks alot of drama ensued and the two patched up their problems and are working on new material for a new album. PRESENT Alot has gone on and Rob proved he could sing and Landon both have the ability they believed they had all along-- musically and vocally...

And the Ohio valley isn't expecting this band to go in that direction, so prepare your hard-ons... Haha, Clarky is a genius you fuckers-- I don't mean that I love anyone who actually reads this... ©LRC - courteousy of Mailbomb Records ® Rob Clark Jr. 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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