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Sidecar

Cleveland pop-punk quartet Sidecar — vocalist/drummer Brandon, guitarists Billy and Brett, and bassist Steve — debuted in 1995 using the 7″ Swingset, followed a 12 months later from the full-length 3 Wheel Heroes. Sooner or later, Pete changed Billy on acoustic guitar; guitarist Phil also became a member of on on the way. The Have a Reduction EP made an appearance in 1998, and in middle-1999 Sidecar came back with THOSE Compared on Fast Music. Employed in the studio room with Expenses Stevenson and Jason Livermore, You’re Getting rid of Me made an appearance in early 2003, and even though a split launch with Samiam was also done, it was eventually shelved from the label without having to be released. Having constructed a solid regional and Midwest pursuing — but staying rather unknown somewhere else — Sidecar last performed together in middle-2003, because the bandmembers after that went on to try out with other tasks.

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