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The Dingees


A Christian ska-punk group in the Orange State, CA area, the Dingees grew away from a summer-1996 side task by members from the Supertones and many of their close friends. Founding associates Pegleg (vocals) and Dave Chevalier (sax) recruited bassist Bean and drummer Tony Terusa (bassist for the Supertones), furthermore to Supertones member Bronson on electric guitar and two close friends in the Orange County picture, trombonist Jon Bon and guitarist Jeff Holmes. Regional gigs and an archive deal implemented, but account upheavals ensued because the Supertones’ touring commitments elevated; drummer Ethan Good luck joined up with Pegleg, Bean and Jeff Holmes for the Dingees’ 1998 debut record, Armageddon Massive. Even more personnel shifts implemented, with Chevalier rejoining the music group and Holmes departing initial and only Brad, after that Aaron. Second record Sundown to Midnight implemented in 1999. Crucial Conspiracy was released two years afterwards.

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Full Name The Dingees
Music Songs Chaos/Control, Trial Tribulation, We Rot the Voodoo, Dear Sister, Dear Brother, Another Burnin' City, Can't Trust No Man, Ronnie Raygun, Christina Fight Back, Leave the Kids Alone, Rebel Youth, The World's Last Night, Staff Sgt. Skreba, Ghetto Box Smash, Moving Underground, Carry on With the Countdown, Rally-O, Whole Scene, Dark Hollywood, Could Be Worse, Votes and Violence, You In My Heart, New Route, Escape to L.A., Middle Man, Latch Key Kids, Workin' Man's Blues, Bullet Proof, Radio Freedom, Sundown to Midnight, Chevy Malibu, Spray Paint, Summer
Albums Armageddon Massive, The Crucial Conspiracy, Rebel Soul Sound System, Sundown to Midnight

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