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Spitalfield

Formed in the suburbs of Chicago in 1998, Spitalfield play punky alternative rock with some pop sensibilities. A split release first appeared in 2001, followed the next year by Faster Crashes Harder on Sinister. Their debut five-song EP, The Cloak and Dagger Club, came out in October 2002 to rave reviews from Punk Planet, and the band soon signed to their hometown's powerhouse label, Victory. Their label debut, Remember Right Now, was issued in June 2003 and highlighted the band's trademark straightforward melodic nature. Touring with bands like Sugarcult, Thursday, the Early November, and Piebald further spread Spitalfield's name to a widening pop-punk audience. Their 2005 follow-up album, Stop Doing Bad Things, was a hard-driving collection of harmony-laden pop that brought to mind bands like the Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat World. Bassist T.J. Minich left the group in the second half of the year; the remaining members -- vocalist/guitarist Mark Rose, drummer J.D. Romero, and guitarist Dan Lowder -- were completed again in the beginning of 2006 with the addition of similarly named bassist, T.J. Milici. Spitalfield hit the Warped Tour for the summer, but were forced to drop off near its end when Lowder suddenly announced he'd be leaving the band. The remaining three returned home to find and ready a replacement guitarist in time for the release of their third album, Better Than Knowing Where You Are, that October. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi
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This band bites. Thumbs down losers
woohoo! they are back in action to play their Remember Right Now album in its entirety! :D
dmarcreative
ps...they were together for a lot longer than two years and never really did "explode". nice thought though. they are great guys and were an amazing band.
I hate it when a really good band breaks up! hmmmph.
awolkiew
They unfortunatel y broke up the end of last year, but Mark is going solo. His solo stuff sounds very much like John Mayer, so be on the look-out!
good sound
fr8neck30
If these guys can cement a solid band for two years we will see them explode on the scene in a big way. They combine ell written songs, incredibly catchy music, and an extremely marketable persona; especially to the emo punk-rock movement occurring in the later half of the millennium. This band is one of my personal favorites and nothing would satisfy me more than to see them detonate within the next five years. Keep rockin’ out fellas!!
they're really good but i don't think that they sound like fall out boy, fob should be taken off the similar list
Supperfantab u l o u s and great got a lot of talent.
they're okay
these guys are good...but where are they and they could be better they have enough talent

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