Crackerbash

Crackerbash

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Portland, OR, punk-pop trio Crackerbash was formed in 1989 by singer/guitarist Sean Croghan (formerly of the Hellcows), bassist Scott Fox, and drummer Doug Nash completed the founding lineup, which the following year recorded its debut single, "Bike." After contributing the track "Spreading Flames" to the I-5 Killers compilation, Nash was dismissed from Crackerbash in favor of ex-Red Vines drummer Teddy Miller in time for the Holiday EP. In the wake of grunge's commercial ascendancy, Portland was widely tipped as the next Seattle, and as local bands, including the Spinanes, Pond, and Sprinkler, signed to Sub-Pop, Crackerbash also recorded a 7", 1992's lavender-swirl vinyl release "Nov. 1," for the label's Singles Club series. The trio then landed with another Seattle imprint, Empty, to issue a self-titled full-length debut; the Tin Toy 10" followed in 1993. Crackerbash performed their last show at the Portland club La Luna on December 18, 1993; the show was recorded for posterity, with four songs comprising the posthumous Live EP. After briefly mounting a solo career, Croghan later fronted Jr. High, while Fox and Miller reunited in Satan's Pilgrims.
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Crackerbash Discography

Albums

Crackerbash Crackerbash (Album) Empty Records, Musical Tragedies UK 1992 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Crackerbash Lastra Demo(Cass, EP) Crackerbash none US 1989 Sell This Version
Crackerbash Bike (Single) Audio Addict US 1990 Sell This Version
none Crackerbash Holiday(7") Imp Records (4) none US 1991 Sell This Version
SP158 Crackerbash Nov. 1(7", Single, Ltd, Lav) Sub Pop SP158 US 1992 Sell This Version
MT-160 Crackerbash Jasper(7") Empty Records MT-160 US 1992 Sell This Version
Crackerbash Tin Toy (EP) Empty Records, Musical Tragedies Germany 1993 Sell This Version
SMWH 09 Jawbox / Crackerbash Jawbox / Crackerbash - September(7", Single) Simple Machines SMWH 09 US 1993 Sell This Version
HUM-008 Crackerbash Final Show(7", Whi) Humble HUM-008 US 1994 Sell This Version
VDR 1505 Crackerbash Live At The X-Ray Cafe, June 6, 1993(12", EP, Ltd, Num) Voodoo Doughnut Recordings VDR 1505 US 2015 Sell This Version

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