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Indie-pop combo Aden was led by vocalist/guitarist Jeff Gramm, the kid of Tx senator Phil Gramm; originally dubbed Dingle, the group — also including bassist Fred Kovey and drummer Josh Klein — produced in the campus from the School of Chicago in 1995, tapping Sabalon Glitz’s Chris Holmes to create their debut one “Scooby Doo.” Soon after documenting their 1997 self-titled debut LP for the neighborhood Lot of money4 label, Aden extended to some four-piece by adding guitarist Kevin Barker; when Gramm and Kovey relocated to Washington, D.C. immediately after, both Klein and Barker continued to be in Chicago, the previous working being a music journalist as well as the last mentioned continuing his research. Minus Klein, the group reformed in 1999 release a Dark Cow, their initial record for TeenBeat. Hey 19 made an appearance a year afterwards.

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