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Hot Water Music

The Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore quartet Hot Water Music were formed in 1994 by bassist Jason Black, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarists Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard. Debuting in 1995 with the 7" "Eating the Filler," they soon returned with the EP Push for Coin, rounding out the year with the release of their first full-length effort, Finding the Rhythms, on No Idea. Fuel for the Hate Game followed in 1996, but in the wake of their third album, Forever and Counting, Hot Water Music disbanded. The group soon re-formed, however, with a series of split singles as well as a new 7" single, "Alachua," spread across 1998. The following year saw the release of a new studio album, No Division, as well as the Live at the Hardback set and the Moonpies for Misfits EP. Wollard and Rebelo also teamed on the side project Blacktop Cadence.

Flight and a Crash marked the band's first release for Epitaph and of the new millennium, soon followed by 2002's Caution. The roundup compilation Never Ender appeared in early 2004, and The New What Next followed that fall. Around the same time, No Idea also released the full-length debut of Ragan and Wollard's acoustic side project with Samantha Jones (of B**chin'), Rumbleseat. Hot Water Music took an extended break in spring 2005, allowing Ragan to devote his time to life outside of the band. Meanwhile, the remaining bandmates went on to form the Draft with Todd Rockhill, and subsequent nationwide touring followed. A formal announcement appeared in May 2006 that HWM had officially called it quits, and the Draft continued full-time as Ragan began to issue solo acoustic material. The split didn't last long, however; Hot Water Music announced their reunion in late 2007 and embarked on a tour the following year, while No Idea issued the rarities collection Till the Wheels Fall Off that January. Exister, their first album of new material since 2004, arrived on Rise Records in 2012. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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In 06 they took a break but ended up making albums again. Chuck and the guys have their side projects but hwm will always come back and make another great album. Saw them last year and it was a great f**king show.
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GREAT STUFF. 2 BAD 4 the break-up. I'd luv 2 ç 'em live. ONLY consolation, THE DRAFT .... THEY F**KIN TEAR S**T UP!
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F**king love them!!! Wish they were still an item!!!
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Man, these guys have inspired dozens, with their tangy, supersonic vibe.
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Hot Water Music is the sound of my generation!
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Great sound two thumbs up :)
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the bitter end favorite song by hwm
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marina_escob e d o
The ph is for the roots
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marina_escob e d o
Stay golden phoney boy
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things on a dashboard is a great song by hwm
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Fuel for the Hate Game is my favorite... too bad.
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triplc4469
no fuel for the hate game? Disappointed !
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Only if they played music like this on the radio
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Forever and Counting is my favorite too.
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robbob33
luv this chit
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Similar Artists: Samiam!!!! These guys are and will be a classic.
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Forever and Counting is my favorite and its not listed here!?! WTF
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Finding the Rhythms is their best
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and, they'd be right, Matt. i'm listening to powder from push for coin, right now. i always felt as if there were large metal black wings sprouting from my back to carry me over the bs, when i listened to that song. it still feels that way.
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For my money "A Flight & a Crash" is their best. Most of my buddies disagree with me, though.
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sldutton28
Check out The Draft too if you like HWM. Its HWM minus Chuck and added Todd Rockhill. I think they only put out one full length called In A Million Pieces
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This band helped shaped my life in such a positive way when i was in such a negative place, i could argue that hot water music saved my life..
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heard "the end of the line" and swore it was Samiam. good stuff!
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F**king amazing band. Love these guys.
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Yeah, they all have less hair now. Happens with age and experience.
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The band picture looks a little off
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"No Division" is classic and one of my favorite records of all time, and "Caution" is their "Empire Strikes Back", definitely a darker album. You can feel every ounce of emotion they put into their songs...i love'em
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"Forever and Counting" & "Moonpie for Misfits" are not here. These are great albums and really should be on this list.
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chuck I hear you and I dig it
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trashroomstu d i o
one of the most original sounds out there. One of my melodic inspirations and influences
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jamesmelatin i
I dig flight and a crash
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still loving No Division to his day
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punkrawk1977
hot sheit
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Absolutely the best and most talented band in the genre. HWM Forever and Counting
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hewhoiscalle d j
Damn I love this band. Recently found another band called The Polar Bear Club which I find to similar to HWM in a very good way.
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Check your date on Never Ender it was released in 2001.
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Agreed liz, HWM and Alkaline make some rad music together.
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liz_morris4
Their collaborativ e album with Alkaline Trio isn't listed here, but it is killer. You have the raw, edgy quality of Ragan's voice mixed with the ragged lyrics of Alkaline Trio. It's uber sexy.

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