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Pg. 99 - Document #1 Ep - 1999 (U$A)

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    1. A Classic Case of...
    2. My Application to Heaven
    3. More Complicated Than a Sci-Fi Flick
    4. A Gun


    Document #1
    Release Date : 1999

    Self-released demo tape, 200 copies pressed. Bootleg versions with alternative covers exist. All four tracks would later reappear in their original form on Document #14: The Singles.Recorded in May 1998 by T.L. Smoot in Johnny Ward's basement."My Application To Heaven" was re-recorded for Document #5, "More Complicated Than A Sci-fi Flic" was re-recorded for Document #4.

    Pg. 99 Biography

    American hardcore / screamo band from Sterling, Virginia active from 1997 to 2003. Shortly reunited in August 2011 for two shows. Currently Reunited again for more shows.

    [a1457251] - vocals (Documents #1-13)
    [a359446] - vocals, (most) artwork (Documents #1-13)
    [a1108971] - guitar (Documents #1-13)
    [a989050]- guitar (Documents #1-9, 12-13)
    [a1457249] - guitar (Documents #3-10)
    [a925865] - guitar (Documents #12-13)
    [a1457250] - drums (Documents #1-13)
    [a831721] - bass (Documents #1-4?)
    [a683467] - bass (Documents #5?-8)
    [a953992] - bass (Documents #8-13)
    [a1133422] - bass (Documents #9, 12-13), guitar (Document #10)
    [a1472379] - bass (Document #10)
    [a826819] - noise (Documents #3-5?)

    Band members: Chris Taylor (2), Jonathan Moore (3), Brandon Evans, George Crum, Mike Taylor (12), Kevin Longendyke, Johnny Ward, Blake Midgette
    Band ex-members: , Cory Stevenson, T.L. Smoot, Jeff (31), Mike Casto, Mike Widman

    Pg. 99 (also spelled pageninetynine) was a hardcore punk/screamo band from Sterling, Virginia on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. The band formed as a 6-piece in winter 1998 and later expanded to an 8-piece. With continual line-up changes, they once played as a 14 member outfit. Pg. 99 were known for their intense live shows.

    In Connecticut, Pg. 99 attendees spawned a number of "theme shows" where audience members descended on the pit adorned with items of the evenings theme.

    After several US tours, a European tour, and numerous releases, they disbanded in May 2003.

    As of 2009, two releases have yet to see light – a DVD compiling various live footage, and a split 10" with City of Caterpillar containing both bands' last songs recorded.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

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