Excessive Use - 1994 - FREE

by Treadmill Trackstar

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about

This is the one that got the ball rolling. Tony came back from LA to record. Heidi was called in to play cello on two songs as a favor - and her life was never the same. Dan Cook from Lay Quiet Awhile and Verna Canon played bass. John Furr from Blightobody and The Tantrums chipped in on guitar. Angelo sold his soul to come up with the money to record it. And when his soul wasn't worth enough to cover it - Treadmill Patron Saint Steve Rose saved the day.

Things for the band took a definite turn when Steve Gibson decided to play Shouldn't I Take on the local Columbia commercial rock station. That changed everything and set the band on a course for then next 4 years...

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released 01 May 1994

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