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Idiot Pilot


Bellingham, WA’s Idiot Pilot comprises Michael Harris (vocals) and Daniel Anderson (guitars, tips, programming). Strange WE HAVE TO Meet Right here, the duo’s debut, originally made an appearance in Feb 2004 through their very own Clickpop imprint. But person to person was solid for the band’s plucky mixture of moody consumer electronics and screeching post-hardcore noise, and Idiot Pilot was shortly obtaining spins on Seattle contemporary rock and roll radio and credit scoring gigs at Knowledge Music Task. They agreed upon with Reprise in-may of that calendar year, gigged along the West Coastline, and by the next autumn were finding your way through the re-release of the (today remastered) record. Reprise released the record in-may 2005 (after pressing the date back again a few a few months), and Idiot Pilot strike the street in support. Their second record, Wolves, premiered in digital type in August 2007, with an effective retail release pursuing in early 2008.

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Full Name Idiot Pilot
Music Songs A Day in the Life of a Poolshark, Retina and the Sky, The Violent Tango, Open Register, To Buy a Gun, Losing Color, Red Museum, Militance Prom, Planted in the Dark, Moerae, A Light at the End of the Tunnel, In Record Shape, Recurring Dream, Les Lumieres, Theme From the Pit, Strange We Should Meet Here, Arrhythmia, Cruel World Enterprise, Glass Fields, The Reigns, Silent Film, The Spartan, Last Chance, Lucid, Spark Plug, Nightlife, Elephant, Good Luck, Deep Blue, Mercury, Wolves, White Noise
Albums Strange We Should Meet Here, Wolves, A Day In The Life Of A Poolshark (U.K. Maxi 42887), To Buy a Gun, Heart Is Long, A Silent Film, Cruel World Enterprise, Remixes From "Strange We Should Meet Here" (DMD Maxi)

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