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New Wet Kojak

New York’s arty, jazz-inflected rock and roll five-piece New Damp Kojak shaped in 1995, when Women Against Boys people Scott McCloud and Johnny Temple recruited guitarist/engineer Geoff Turner (formerly of Gray Matter), drummer Nick Pelleciotto (a previous person in Edsel), and saxophonist Charles Bennington, most of whom hailed from GVSB’s hometown, Washington, D.C. That yr the group released its self-titled debut recording on Contact & Go Information, and despite infrequent gigging and McCloud and Temple’s dedication to Women Against Kids, New Damp Kojak released their follow-up, Nasty International, in 1997. The group turned to Beggars Banquet because of its third recording, Do Items, which found its way to springtime 2000. Beggars also released an EP in 2001 and another recording in 2003, This is actually the Glamorous.

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