RX Bandits

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Progressive rock band based in Seal Beach, California, USA. Their music includes elements of reggae, punk, ska, and post-hardcore.
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EAT043CD, none RX Bandits - Halfway Between Here And There album art RxBandits* Halfway Between Here And There (Album) Drive-Thru Records EAT043CD, none UK 1999 Sell This Version
06076-83605-2, #22 06076-83605-2 RX Bandits - Progress album art RxBandits* Progress (Album) Drive-Thru Records, Drive-Thru Records, Drive-Thru Records 06076-83605-2, #22 06076-83605-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
DTR#39-V RX Bandits - The Resignation album art RX Bandits The Resignation (Album) Drive-Thru Records DTR#39-V US 2003 Sell This Version
MDB-909, none RX Bandits - ...And The Battle Begun album art RX Bandits ...And The Battle Begun (Album) MDB Records, Sargent House MDB-909, none US 2006 Sell This Version
none RX Bandits - Live From Bonnaroo 2007 album art RX Bandits Live From Bonnaroo 2007(11xFile, AAC, 256) Not On Label (RX Bandits Self-released) none 2007
SH026 RX Bandits - Mandala album art RX Bandits Mandala (Album) Sargent House SH026 US 2009 Sell This Version
MDB002 RX Bandits - Gemini, Her Majesty album art RX Bandits Gemini, Her Majesty (Album) MDB Records MDB002 US 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

RO884 RX Bandits - Slow Gherkin / RxBandits album art Slow Gherkin / RxBandits* Slow Gherkin / RxBandits* - Slow Gherkin / RxBandits(CD, EP) Random Order Records, Drive-Thru Records RO884 US 1999 Sell This Version
none RX Bandits - My Lonesome Only Friend (Radio Edit) album art RX Bandits My Lonesome Only Friend (Radio Edit)(CDr, Single) Sargent House none US 2009 Sell This Version
none RX Bandits - Covers EP album art RX Bandits Covers EP(CD, EP) Not On Label (RX Bandits Self-released) none US 2013 Sell This Version
SR002 RX Bandits - V.I.P.E.P. album art RX Bandits V.I.P.E.P.(Flexi, 7", EP, Red) MDB Records SR002 US 2013 Sell This Version

Videos

MDB 303 RX Bandits - RX Bandits Live. Vol. 1 album art RX Bandits RX Bandits Live. Vol. 1(DVD) MDB Records MDB 303 US 2004 Sell This Version
none RX Bandits - We Live By Night (Scenes From The Road With Rx Bandits) album art Rx Bandits We Live By Night (Scenes From The Road With Rx Bandits)(DVD-V) The Bottling Co. Films none US 2015 Sell This Version
MDB004 RX Bandits - Live Vol 2 : Inside A Glasshouse album art RX Bandits Live Vol 2 : Inside A Glasshouse(DVD-V) MDB Records MDB004 US 2015 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none RX Bandits - Rx Bandits / Cooter / Allister album art Rx Bandits / Cooter / Allister Rx Bandits / Cooter / Allister - Rx Bandits / Cooter / Allister(CD) Drive-Thru Records, Fastmusic none US 2000 Sell This Version
SH037 RX Bandits - Live At Park Ave CDs album art RX Bandits Live At Park Ave CDs(CD) Sargent House SH037 US 2010 Sell This Version
none RX Bandits - Big Orange Studios 11/16/2011 album art RX Bandits Big Orange Studios 11/16/2011(5xFile, MP3, 320) Daytrotter none US 2011
none RX Bandits - Rx Bandits album art Rx Bandits Rx Bandits(CDr, Promo) Drive-Thru Records, Eat Sleep Records none UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Maximusprime29

Maximusprime29

March 21, 2017
I have a version of 'halfway between here and there' but with defied the art work and track list to the 2 version listed. It has the same tracks but in a different order.

It also still features a hula girl figure but a different image. Anyone have any more info on this? I can't find any through google. Could be promo perhaps?
Mr.TomServo

Mr.TomServo

October 15, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
When they still went by the name "Pharmaceutical Bandits," they released a self-titled cassette tape. In fact, they eventually released a CD version (entitled "Those Damn Bandits"), but the recording was different, all profanity was removed, and the songs sounded a bit tamer (especially "High-Skool," which was originally quite fast and gritty, but lost its bite in the CD version).

Anyway, the tape is from 1996---I'm looking at it right now---so that (along with the CD-version of the album, "Those Damn Bandits") should be listed as their first album, not "Halfway Between." And yes, I know there's a separate page for the band under the moniker "Pharmaceutical Bandits," but why do that when they're the same band? Shouldn't it just be an ANV (artist name variant)? It's not essential to fix it, I suppose, but again, it's the same band.

At any rate, I haven't really followed these guys for years, but when I saw them play a few shows back in 1997-99, they were awesome. Fast, quirky ska with a hint of punk. In fact, I liked "Progress" when it came out, though it admittedly had a much different sound (perhaps more mature, but again, without some of the bite that initially drew me to their music).

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