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The Campaign for Real-Time

The Campaign for Real-Time

The Campaign for Real-Time


Sometimes Particle Physics, Sometimes Moogs, Always a Fist In Your Face. Campaign for Real-Time (C4RT) are an American rock band. They were the winners of the 2006 WBCN Rock & Roll Rumble. They are signed to big Scary Monsters Recording Company in the UK and Curve of the Earth in the US. They are comprised of remnants of other Boston Bands: Garrison, Cracktorch and Hip Tanaka. Members * Rory Stark vocals, guitar * Lux Lockhart Keyboards Read more on Last.fm
Sometimes Particle Physics, Sometimes Moogs, Always a Fist In Your Face. Campaign for Real-Time (C4RT) are an American rock band. They were the winners of the 2006 WBCN Rock & Roll Rumble. They are signed to big Scary Monsters Recording Company in the UK and Curve of the Earth in the US. They are comprised of remnants of other Boston Bands: Garrison, Cracktorch and Hip Tanaka. Members * Rory Stark vocals, guitar * Lux Lockhart Keyboards * Falconer Model 7 aka Elton "The Wizard" Steal vocals, keyboards * Felix Coyote keyboards * Admiral 8 bass * Dick Dryfus drums Albums * On Jan. 1, 2006, C4RT released their debut album, titled Yes...

I Mean No, on the Boston-based label Curve of the Earth. The same album was released in the UK on Big Scary Monsters. November 11, 2006, less than a year later and on the same two labels, the band released their second album, an EP of both new recordings and remixes of portions of "Yes... I Mean No." Titled Let It Rise, the disc was ushered into the market by a two day release party held at Great Scott in Allston, MA. Read more on Last.fm.

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