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The Copyrights

The Copyrights play a stripped-down version of pop-punk in the tradition of fellow Illinois bands like Screeching Weasel and the Methadones, with old-school punk and pop influences ranging from the Ramones and the Undertones to Sound Affects-vintage Jam and the first couple of Cheap Trick albums. Formed in the small southern Illinois city of Carbondale (much closer to St. Louis, MO, than Chicago) in 2002, the Copyrights originally consisted of bassist and primary lead singer Adam Fletcher, guitarists/vocalists Brett Hunter and Ken Clifford, and drummer Luke McNeill. Signed to the Washington, D.C., indie Insubordination Records, the Copyrights released their debut album, We Didn't Come Here to Die (produced by Illinois pop-punk legend Mass Giorgini), in 2003. It was subsequently followed by two EPs, 2004's Button Smasher and 2005's Nowhere Near Chicago (both through It's Alive Records). Replacing the departed Clifford with new guitarist Nick O'Neil, the Copyrights returned with their second album, Mutiny Pop, in May 2006. Not wasting any time, various shows followed before the guys (now with Jeff Funburg on board in place of O'Neil) were back in the studio by the start of 2007 to commence recording their next album; Make Sound surfaced that spring via Red Scare. ~ Stewart Mason, Rovi
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Joe is right. Moloko Plus, Last Laugh....Tho s e were the days at Lost Cross. Tri-C, Tri-C!
I've been watching them since they were in high school and in different local bands. They're live shows are always better but I feel that way about most punk. Its all about the experience. Put me in the Lost Cross basement with this band any day.
skynaut041
Hmmm...... O.K. these guys are getting a thumbs up from me, and I am NOT reading the responses to this. Complain all you want, I don't care.
KICK A**!!
bert.certain
somebody doesn't know what emo is.
YAWN! Another basic boring emo band!
sweet
watch it ladies, ben weasel will f**k ya up!
I liked em,
I approve.
great stuff!!!
@JOSEPH WEBSTER
Why don't you go cry about it while listening to your Smashing Pumpkins station? God damn p**sy clowns and their clown comments, ragging on bands like little b**ches.
bunch of queers this band sucks the funk between my toes and my nutts
I agree with the comment below, only about BTMI!
Great band, one of the next best things to Bomb The Music Industry
Great Band. I hope they stick around.
f**k yeah
sounds good so far "heroes are all a**holes" is a classic

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