A piledriving pop-punk music group from the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA suburb of Antioch, CA, Overwhelming Colorfast was a car for Bob Reed, who was simply the band’s sole everlasting member. Reed appeared as if D. Boon from your Minutemen and sang like Bob Mould in his Hüsker Dü times, but there is a Buzzcocks-like like for nice pop combined in along with his punky electric guitar roar. Following a debut 7,” “It’s Tomorrow,” for the small indie Sympathy for the Record Sector in 1991, Frustrating Colorfast agreed upon with Relativity Information and released 1992’s self-titled debut, made by the popular record machine of as soon as, Butch Vig (Nirvana, Sonic Youngsters, etc.). After 1993’s placeholder EP Bender, Reed installed with kindred nature Kurt Bloch from the Fastbacks as well as the Little Clean Fellows and documented 1994’s exceptional Two Phrases, an record that mixes pop, punk, and ’70s hard rock and roll influences in a way much like Redd Kross’ Neurotica. Bassist Bean and guitarist Torg Hallin divide after that discharge, changed by Matt Harris and Mike Drake, respectively. Following the release from the Sourdough EP in 1995 (which highlighted a unexpected cover from the Rolling Rocks’ “Sway”), drummer Dan Reed — Bob’s sibling, not the man who led the ’80s music group the Dan Reed Network — still left the group. Using a short-term replacement unit drummer, the group documented a full record with Bloch, but scrapped the task after Reed made a decision the tracks and shows weren’t as much as snuff. After locating brand-new drummer Alex Laipeneiks, the group documented the far excellent Moonlight and Castanets. Sadly, after the discharge of that record, Harris and Drake still left the band. Instead of replace his guitarist and bassist just as before, Reed elected to basically split up the band.