Saturday, Feb. 9th 2002 @ The Xanth!
Black Shadow, Fallen Out
$7 at the door/$5 presale (from us)
Starts at 7pm, All-ages
Flyer (3.75x5" @ 160 dpi)
Notes: This was a great first show. I forgot to unlock my reverb pan and didn't notice till the last song, but I think we sounded great anyways. Somebody lost a bunch of the presale tickets so we had to pay for them, which sucked. Setlist: Pollution In the Ocean, Walk Don't Run, Our Favorite Martian, Surfari, Misirlou + Hava Nagila, It Came From Red Alert, Halloween (Misfits), Happy In a Cage, Coated In Oil, Untitled, Coca-Cola Death Squad
Thursday, May 9th 2002 @ The Xanth!
Monsters From Mars, and Electro Crypt.
7:00pm - $7 - All Ages
Notes: Fairly large crowd considering that it was a thursday. Setlist: kenzIntro, May Gaya, Untitled Spaghetti Western, Well Trained to Play Catch, Happy in a Cage, Voo Doo Juice, Filibuster on the Dance Floor, Misirlou, Our Favorite Martian, It Came from Red Alert, Surf Rider, Surfari, Coca-Cola death Squad. Encore: Walk Don't Run, and then a spontaneous breakout into Monster Mash.
Sunday, June 16th 2002 @ James O'Looney's Graduation Party!
We went on a little past 5:30
Notes: This was a blast. We played outdoors with James switching between rythem and lead parts. Summer is just starting for us and playing surf outdoors on such a hot day just felt right. We tried a to play little more mellow/more trad and it sounded great, especially on songs like Voo Doo Juice and Walk Don't Run. Setlist: Voo Doo Juice, Misirlou + Hava Nagila, Buffy The Vampire Slayer theme, Happy In A Cage, Coated In Oil, Walk Don't Run, Our Favorite Martian, Pollution in the Ocean, It Came From Red Alert, Pipeline, Coca-Cola Death Squad, Filibuster on the Dance Floor, Hava Nagila (again).
Saturday, July 6 @ A Party at Billy's House
Saturday, Sept. 7th 2002 @ the Che Cafe! Sunday, Dec. 8th 2002 @ The Xanth! Friday, December 27th @ Soma! Sunday, March 23th 2003 @ Che Cafe! June 21st, 2003 @ a private party. Friday, July 4th 2003 @ Skateboard Heaven!
Sunday, Dec. 8th 2002 @ The Xanth!
Friday, December 27th @ Soma!
Sunday, March 23th 2003 @ Che Cafe!
June 21st, 2003 @ a private party.
Friday, July 4th 2003 @ Skateboard Heaven!
The Bandits, The Strangers, The Defects, The Apples, The Drapes, Disown, MiGs, plus guests TBA.Notes: Skateboard Heaven is a rad place for shows! It had a definate footclan feel to it. This was an all day thing with bands and skateboarding going on simultaneously. Before us the MiGs played. They are a surf band of amazingly talented musicians. Visit their website. Their rendition of Immigrant Song was very entertaining. We closed up the show. Thanks to everybody who came and stuck around. A bunch of people really enjoyed the show. The show was ended by Paul smashing through his drumset and me falling to the ground in front of the stage. Setlist: Filibuster on the Dance Floor, Happy in a Cage, Having an Average Weekend (SMOASP), Voo Doo Juice (The Ghouls), Coated in Oil, Avanti (Supertones), The Long Ride Home, Telstar (Tornados), Popcorn (Hot Butter), Coca-Cola Death Squad, Shake It Down, Malaguena (Trashmen), (a request for) Walk Don't Run, Don't Go (world premier), and then a spontaneous closing of the Wedge into Misirlou.
12pm-8pm, $5, All Ages
339 12th Ave (Between J & K ST in Downtown SD)
Friday, August 22nd 2003 @ Che Cafe!
Kissing Tigers, C is for Cookie, the Video Armageddon, and Put Down That Science Pole!Notes: Great show, good turnout! I'd say that we played a really good set. We all had lots of fun. Many thanks to Manoli for putting on the show and letting us play. Farewell to the Video Armageddon--great last show. Setlist: Put It On (Richie Allen), Happy in a Cage, Our Favorite Martian (Bobby Fuller Four), My Barometer Collection, Walk On Water, New Song, Names Of Numbers (Man...or Astro-man?), Jezebel, The Wedge (Dick Dale), Surfari (Original Surfaris), Well Trained to Play Catch -- extended, It Came from Red Alert (Frank Klepacki), a request for Having An Average Weekend (Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet), Misirlou (with little bits of Hava Nagila and Malaguena jammed in).
8pm, $5, All Ages
Thursday, September 18th 2003 @ The Muse
w/ the Lowest Common Denominators and somebody elseNotes: Ok, so Amanda, Paul, and I show up and none of the other bands are there yet. We're told that the show is supposed to start at 9PM. We wait around. Rad kids show up and hang out outside.. 10PM rolls around, no sign of any of the other bands, no sign of Scott (with all our stuff).. The guy in the Muse says that since nobody's here he's just going close up! We ask him to wait a little bit. Scott shows up soon after--his Scooter had died on the way home from school. We then packed all our stuff into the back of this record shop and played a very fun set. It was a lot of fun! As we kept playing more and more people started coming in. There was dancing. I am very thankful to the guy working there for staying open and letting us play. Thanks to everybody who came out for coming out!
All Ages, Free